Microwaves — from Weapons to Wifi

This note about an event this coming Tuesday in Toronto is from Magda Havas, via Pam Killeen. While this is not raw milk related, it is about emerging awareness of threats to health:

Barry Trower will be speaking at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday August 24, 2010 at the University of Toronto (155 College Street at the Health Sciences Building Auditorium, room 610). Title of his presentation is:  History of Microwaves-from Weapons to WiFi.

Barry Trower was in the British Secret Service and debriefed spies who used stealth microwave weapons.  He believes WiFi in schools is dangerous and he will tell us why. This is one event you do not want to miss especially if you care about your health and the health of children.This is a must see event.  Come to his presentation and ask him questions. You will not be disappointed.


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3 responses to “Microwaves — from Weapons to Wifi

  1. Shar

    I hope his engagement on the 24th will be posted also! It helps if you have a reliable authority to back you up when telling others!

    Thank you for including this!

    It all matters. Every time we get somewhere on one front, it helps credibility on the others! It takes wind out of the “trust the govmt and big business” sails, spreads doubt to all their practices so we start thinking critically and using our educations, and our reflective processes, start talking with our neighbors once again, and reclaiming the planet!

  2. thebovine

    More background on the current controversy over wifi in Ontario schools, from Magda Havas:


  3. thebovine

    More on Wifi radiation dangers, from Europe:

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