Update July 2020: The Comcast Xfinity stores in the San Francisco Bay Area offer modems with no WiFi capabilities to any customer that asks. The non-WiFi modems available are the Arris model TM822R and the Cisco model DPC3008 (which only has internet capability – no phone jack). If your local Comcast provider is giving you a hard… Read More
Cafe owners in Sydney are realizing that “Free WiFi” comes at a cost. As The Syndey Morning Herald reports, cafes are starting to limit or ban WiFi so that people will actually have real interactions. It’s economic too – allowing one customer to purchase a $3 coffee and take up a table for five for hours on… Read More
This recent TED talk by David Eagleman is mind opening – literally. He speaks to how humans and animals perceive their environment. He then shows a technology he has developed that allows deaf people to “hear” and that may allow all humans to perceive more. I tend to be skeptical of TED’s unquestioning emphasis on… Read More
This is certainly a positive development. . . The future of hotels is here, and there is much less WiFi. A front page article in the Financial Times this week reported that Villa Stephanie, a German luxury hotel, has introduced a WiFi kill switch that can block all microwave radiation from entering a guest’s room. The hotel has put a copper… Read More
Last week I was on “Live From Seattle” and their “Technology Tuesday” program. It’s a concise interview (just 23 minutes) with lots of solutions for EMFs and smart meters. I have been doing quite a few interviews lately as the topic heats up. If you have a radio or TV station in your area (or an online… Read More
This short film from France is brilliant. Through humor, they show what people dealing with electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) are going through. A great video to share with your family and friends!
Common Ground Magazine recently published an article of mine with some simple and effective pointers on how to use technology safely. You can read the article here or on their website. When it comes to electromagnetic fields (EMFs), you are probably thinking, “Oh great, another thing to worry about.” You likely already steer clear… Read More
This week the New York Times published an article questioning the safety of wearable wireless devices such as the new Apple Watch. I thought the tech writer, Nick Bilton, wrote a thoughtful piece that pointed out some issues with wireless technology. Namely, that we probably shouldn’t be wearing microwave radiation transmitters on our bodies all day…. Read More
On March 10th, I will be giving a talk on EMF pollution and solutions in San Francisco. If you are in town, come join us! Here are the details: http://www.pachamama.org/event/monthly-gathering-electromagnetic-field-pollutions-and-solutions
Is nothing sacred? The St. Ambrose Catholic Church on Gilman Street in Berkeley has tentatively agreed to allow AT&T to put a new 4G cell phone tower in its steeple. Considering many residents of the community are opposed to the cell tower, this church is certainly not acting like a good neighbor. By now, most… Read More
This excellent video explains why humans often do not see a problem that is right in front of their eyes. It’s a world-wide human phenomenon that relates to nearly every public health issue we have ever faced. EMF pollution is no different. For those of us who are paying attention, the signs are now obvious: 1.) Thousands of… Read More
There have been dozens of news reports just like this across the United States, Canada and Australia. Wherever smart meters are installed, people experience the same symptoms. With all these reports and so much evidence of harm, how can “smart” meter programs continue? You can view the original source of this video here.