Reuters Updated 3:03 PM ET, Sun January 2, 2022 (CNN)The chief executives of AT&T and Verizon Communications rejected a request to delay the planned Jan. 5 introduction of new 5G wireless service over aviation safety concerns but offered to temporarily adopt new safeguards. See related story: https://atomic-temporary-93487818.wpcomstaging.com/2021/12/21/boeing-and-airbus-urge-a-delay-in-5g-wireless-service-over-safety-concerns/ US Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg US Transportation Secretary … Continue reading AT&T, Verizon CEOs Reject US Request for 5G Deployment Delay
5G Health Hazards
Boeing and Airbus Urge a Delay in 5G Wireless Service Over Safety Concerns.
December 21, 2021 11:38 AM ET SCOTT NEUMANTwitterNationalPublicRadio The heads of the two largest commercial jet makers, Boeing and Airbus, are warning against a plan to deploy new 5G wireless networks starting next month, saying interference from the upgrade could pose a danger to vital aircraft systems. In a statement emailed to NPR, Boeing said … Continue reading Boeing and Airbus Urge a Delay in 5G Wireless Service Over Safety Concerns.
Organizations Worldwide Sign Amicus Brief to U.S. Supreme Court
ORGANIZATIONS FROM 34 STATES AND 29 COUNTRIES JOIN AMICUS BRIEF TO U.S. SUPREME COURT On November 23, 2021, 289 organizations and 34 individuals filed an amicus (friend of the court) brief in support of our petition to the United States Supreme Court. We are asking the Court to strike down, as unconstitutional, a clause in the Telecommunications … Continue reading Organizations Worldwide Sign Amicus Brief to U.S. Supreme Court
Historic Decision About Radio Frequency Radiation
In Historic Decision, Federal Court Orders FCC to Explain Why It Ignored Scientific Evidence Showing Harm From Wireless Radiation United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit judges in favor of environmental health groups and petitioners; finds FCC violated the Administrative Procedure Act and failed to respond to comments on environmental harm. Today, … Continue reading Historic Decision About Radio Frequency Radiation
5G Towers are Popping Up. Latest Developments.
Here are recent developments at the federal, state and local level regarding the "performance or usage of 5G in the U.S." Federal developments A lawsuit by the Environmental Health Trust against the FCC continues in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Brief is at Environmental Health Trust v. FCC, No. 20-1025 (D.C. Cir. July 29, 2020). … Continue reading 5G Towers are Popping Up. Latest Developments.
2020 5G Backlash in Five US Communities.
PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA. KPIX CBSSF Bay Area 9/2/2020: Residents of the Palo Alto Bay Area have been fighting relentlessly to slow the rollout of wireless antennas in their neighborhoods. The city finally released a new wireless ordinance that bans 5G cell towers within 600 feet of schools, but only 20 feet from residential areas, including homes … Continue reading 2020 5G Backlash in Five US Communities.
700-plus Medical and Scientific Professionals Urge the FCC to Hold Off Approving Spectrum for 5G.
Ajit Pai, Chairman Federal Communications Commissions. FCC to approve Spectrum Plan the Pentagon says will harm GPS. Senior Pentagon leaders warn that such a move will lead to “unacceptable” harm to the GPS system by creating new interference that could disrupt satellites critical to national security. For Release: Thursday, August 6, 2020 Contact: Zoe Berg (516) 883-0887 … Continue reading 700-plus Medical and Scientific Professionals Urge the FCC to Hold Off Approving Spectrum for 5G.
5G: A Sign of Things to Come…
Subject: Kaspers v. Verizon Attorney Bill Kaspers filed suit against Verizon on May 19, 2020 in federal court with the Northern District of Georgia. The grounds for the suit are (1) unlawful trespass and property devaluation, (2) unlawful taking of property and of the joy and benefits of home ownership, (3) fraud (no notice), (4) section … Continue reading 5G: A Sign of Things to Come…
5G Technology Threatens to Interfere with Weather Forecasting.
So much depends on our ability to forecast the weather. At first, Hurricane Harvey didn’t look too bad. In Houston, the City’s Integrated Warning Team kept watch but were not worried. What had first appeared to be nothing too threatening had become extraordinarily ominous: hundred-thirty-mile-per-hour winds and forty-five inches of rain in a swirling cascade … Continue reading 5G Technology Threatens to Interfere with Weather Forecasting.