The City of Boise, Ada County should follow the State of New Hampshire recommendations before proceeding with its 5G Small Cell Deployment

The State of New Hampshire was put into the same predicament that the City of Boise, Ada County and ACHD is facing right now. After hearing testimony of potential health risks and the political ramifications of small cell antennae being deployed on the public rights-of-way throughout New Hampshire, agreed that a Commission be formed to … Read more

Landmark EMR Lawsuit CHD vs FCC (case number 20-1025) and the biological effects of RF exposure.

COMPILED BY MIRIAM LINDBECK, EMRS “The present FCC thermal regulation, in addition to lacking any sound scientific foundation, as pointed out by Petitioners, is perpetrating a continuing, ever-expanding, and cruel injustice.” – Building Biology Institute CHD vs FCC Children’s Health Defense vs Federal Communications Commission with EHT (Environmental Health Trust) In the early Spring of 2020, … Read more

The FCC does not protect Public Health and Safety! Read it for yourself..

The FCC does not protect Public Health and Safety. It is the responsibility of NEPA, FDA & EPA. Below are FAQ directly from the FCC’s website. All City, County Planning department must require NEPA review on all Cell Facilities. FCC – RF Safety FAQ WHY HAS THE FCC ADOPTED GUIDELINES FOR RF EXPOSURE? The FCC … Read more

NEPA Review of all 5G/Small Cells

PUBLISHED JANUARY 15, 2020 Citizens for 5G Awareness A recent court ruling examined the requirement for a Federal review for the placement of 5G small cell towers under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). The court overruled the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) arguments in favor of Native American tribes, giving them and all cities the right to require NEPA … Read more

FCC – Captured Agency

The Harvard Edmund J. Safra Center for Ethics published an expose “Captured Agency”  by investigative journalist Norm Alster on the financial ties between the US federal government’s  Federal communications Commission (FCC) and how, as a result, the wireless industry has bought inordinate access to—and power over—a major US regulatory agency. Alster describes how  the FCC is a “captured … Read more

Did FCC break U.S. environmental law in its approval of the 20,000 internet satellites?

Upcoming mega-constellations of satellites, designed to blanket Earth orbit in spacecraft beaming high-speed Internet around the world, risk filling the firmament with tens of thousands of moving points of light, forever changing our view of the cosmos. A new paper to be published later this year in the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law argues that … Read more