Lance Mackey, Open Geospatial Consortium
I met Lance McKee when she was invited to a joint dinner at his lovely home. Worcester was the site of the infamous pilot program for national grid smart meters. Residents who knew about the pilot were manipulated into believing they were at the forefront of an impressive sustainability initiative. But in reality, most residents had no knowledge of the pilot, which was an exercise in evidence-based decision-making.
Lance was someone who was very fascinated by the idea that an individual who generates electricity (for example, from solar energy) should be able to sell it to whomever they wanted via a “smart grid”.
I had recently returned to Massachusetts after an ill-fated attempt to relocate across the country, long running installing wireless smart utility meters in Northern California. At the party, Lance invited me to participate.
The group was told that the meters were causing illness and disabling conditions in a portion of the population.
Lance thought I was crazy.
But he did his own research.
A precious and rare breed of environmentalist, he was willing, willing and able to stop by and receive new information that challenged his beliefs. And it didn’t stop there. He took on the role of a fellow who, despite his poor health, testified in Massachusetts for various EMF/RF bills, writing articles, and communicating with colleagues on health, environmental and regulatory issues.
Lance obituary Notes,
“His professional world was matched by his broad curiosity and active mind. In 1994, as a founding member OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) His critical and philosophical mind has been instrumental in this leading organization in global software standards. He served as Vice President of Corporate Communications at OGC until 2000 and continued over the next 16 years as a consultant, employee, and member. Throughout his career with OGC, he cultivated both local and international friendships that he cherished like family. It always felt so proud to work with such brilliant minds.
Lance had a contagious optimism that change was possible. The Tatnuck Brook Watershed Association, the Blackstone River Watershed Association, Mass Audubon, and the Regional Environmental Council were among the local organizations he was dedicated to. Personally affected by asbestos disease after working in an asbestos factory in his twenties, he became very passionate about stricter regulations for new technologies such as 5G. His ability to synthesize complex technical information into influential writing and research has made him a great asset to a number of different advocacy groups.”
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What will smart people do? First, smart people will look for guidance on how to limit their exposure. What will smart cities do? 1. Abandon wireless smart meters. Small networks without wireless control systems will proliferate. 2. Optical fibers will become ubiquitous. 3. Cities will want to reduce emissions of devices and control them to a minimum health risk. 4. Cities will support monitoring of electromagnetic radiation everywhere 5. Protection against electromagnetic radiation will be detailed in building codes. “
Dr. William Michael, chiropractor, researcher, published author
The yoga teacher stated, “All of the many ailments human beings have suffered are simply because we have lost consciousness of how to be in sync with the many forces that make us who we are.”
Because he realized that his patients could not tolerate chiropractic adjustments when they returned to radio-loaded environments, Dr. Bill Michael recommended judicious avoidance and the use of hard wires when possible. (Just turning off WiFi at night is one example of instant path correction.) In the current climate of control and control through an outdated political/economic/medical model, his insights and guidance are scarce, as well as censored, ridiculed, and endangered. Other medical ideas have historically suffered the same fate.
The late Dr. Bill Michael, a brilliant and beloved chiropractor and functional medicine physician in Auburn, Massachusetts, witnessed the effect of radiofrequency exposure from wireless devices on his patients, including the effect of “smart” utility meters.
At his memorial service, his brother Mitchell explained one aspect of Dr. Bell’s intellectual legacy: He realized that when the bony plates in the skull contract, it is as if the few invisible antennas that pick up signals from the universe are bent, thus sending wrong messages to the brain, nervous system, and master control gland. .
What “signals from the universe” did Mitchell describe in memory of his brother? Three American scientists were awarded the Nobel Prize in 2017 for discovering how internal clocks and circadian rhythms govern human life, with a focus on gene expression. (Industry and investors embraced the findings because of drug implications and profits from drug delivery.)
The “internal clock” reads “time” as frequencies in the external environment. What are the “invisible antennas” that Dr. Meckel refers to in his work? The human energy field consists of electromagnetic paths designed to interact with the electromagnetic environment of the Earth. They are positioned in the meridian system, the nerve reflex points and the corresponding lymphatic vessels. Our physiology is constantly sensing its electromagnetic habitat.
What makes the bony plates in the skull contract? The meridians act to move the bones of the skull, as a genetically healthy protective mechanism against stress in nature; For example, in lightning strikes. This innate protective mechanism has become hopelessly muddled.
We still pretend that we can interfere with the signals from the Sun and the Solar System that model all the functions of life, keeping us the same in the continuum of space and time, without consequences. Dr. Michael had the guts to call a prankster. The “signals from the universe” are what make us who we are, coordinating our biorhythms and chronobiology. Injury to a contaminated EMF environment alters coherent brain function to incoordination. Dr. Bell compiled what he called individual maps – money-modified stress patterns – in his book Setting: for all.
Hand washing and EMF hygiene go hand in hand in the history books; Deny, reject, defend, offend, attack, destroy
What Dr. Meckel and others realized will one day become as clear and obvious as hand washing and hygiene. Nina Strolik, writing for National Geographichas been reported,Wash your hands was once controversial medical advice. Everyone knows that hand washing is an easy way to stay healthy, but that wasn’t always the case. In the 1840s, defending that doctor cost his career.”
Germs have not yet been discoveredIn the 1840s, disease was still believed to be spread by miasa – foul odors in the air – emanating from rotting corpses, sewage or vegetation. The Victorians kept their windows tightly shut against such insidious forces. So it doesn’t seem like a problem that Vienna General-trained doctors were hanging out in the morgue doing autopsies to find out why they died and then going to the maternity ward to deliver a baby without washing their hands. Then one of them was accidentally hit with a scalpel during the autopsy and died.”
Watchman It tells the story of Ignaz Semmelweis, citing Miriam Wehrmann.
While working at the Vienna General Hospital, the Hungarian physician was at the forefront of the scientific approach to medicine. Facing a doctor-led maternity ward where maternal deaths from the dreaded puerperal fever were much higher than in the midwife-run clinic there, he wracked his brain for clues to the cause. To test his theory, he ordered doctors to wash their hands and tools in a solution of chlorine, a substance he hoped would give off the deadly smell of cadaveric particles. Before the trial, the mortality rate for new mothers was as high as 18%, says Wehrmann. After Semmelweis was applied to clean hands between the morgue and the delivery room, the mortality rate for new mothers dropped to about 1%.
Despite his success, his idea met with great resistance, and came to a tragic end. He has lost his job, and is believed to have had a breakdown. He died in a psychiatric institution, “a very desperate person at the age of forty-seven,” says Wehrmann.
Fast-forward to “Enabling Telehealth with 5G,” where the benefits of connecting to the Internet and using it to justify unsecured and unsecured wireless. Uninformed doctors dismiss patients’ concerns.
Pathological medicine system that has not yet reached critical mass on chronic poor health and environmental pollutants, including radio communication
Michael’s patients who have experienced adverse effects from environmental pollutants, including radio, have been fortunate to have a skilled, insightful and compassionate practitioner, and many have traveled long distances to see him. Most patients with environmental diseases do not have access to an appropriately trained practitioner. Offices full of WiFi routers, cell phones, and exposure to chemicals pose other obstacles.
Who and what are the forces in society that contribute to the suppression of emerging science and active discrimination?
It seems unlikely that wealthy industries and their partners will willingly give up their earnings.
This is why turning off wifi at night becomes not just an act of self-care, but a radical choice that supports the evolution of science rather than de-developing it. It’s also a brave act in tackling human rights abuses that are unfolding at breakneck speed, from the mining of precious metals to the EMF refugee housing crisis to e-waste dumping in poor nations. We are not building a healthy, sustainable and energy efficient future.
As Ari “R” Blanc points out, we have to decide if we really need a smart refrigerator. Real men are smart enough to realize that the planet cannot handle the demand for smart refrigerators that transmit wirelessly.
Note: This year’s World Environment Day will take place on the 5th of June. In recognition of this day, Stop5G International is urging governments, environmental organizations, and all green NGOs to turn their attention to a growing environmental crisis – the launch of 5G on Earth and in space, and the push to connect every “thing”, event, and place on this planet to the Internet.
This is part of the 5G series for Father’s Day that you can read in full Here.
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Patricia Burke works with activists across the country and advocates internationally for the identification of new biologically based limits for microwave radiofrequency exposure. [email protected].