Trains, jet planes and the dangers of WiFi

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I read about a quiet town, with safety lights and gates at every crossing, where trains did not need to blow their beasty whistles. Why not do this for Sandpoint? Some move to Sandpoint to get out of the jet age, yet bring the jet age with them.

WIFI is a known carcinogen, yet every public place in Sandpoint has WIFI. You can’t see it, most can’t hear it, sensitive people can hear either a low hum or a high pitch ringing. Most can’t feel it, yet WIFI hits our cells at 2.54 billion times per second, causing damage to eyes, ears, heart and brain. And that’s at 4G (4th Generation). 5G (5th Generation) would massively increase our exposure to microwave and millimeter wave radiation; 8 GHz -90GHz.

The higher millimeter waves have been used for crowd control, making one feel as if their skin is on fire. Independent scientists are warning about 5G as well as our current 4G exposure. There are no planned safety studies from the wireless companies.

MARY BAENEN

Sandpoint

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