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Let's make 2017 the year of What We Can Do

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Humanity will be divided into two races: people who believe that what is actually evil is good... and the people who must love them.

--Rudolph Steiner, 1861-1925

Let's make 2017 the year of What We Can Do

Ask questions that invite conversation. Then: listen. At this time, what is a healthy person? What is a healthy environment? How do we take responsibility for ourselves and our environment?

How can we reduce our energy and electronics use and still function in society? What can we do individually, by household, by community and at the regulatory level?

What keeps our friends, neighbors, physicians, legislators (etc.) from recognizing scientific evidence of EMRadiation's harm to living creatures? What effectively opens discussion about technology's energy demands, effects on humanness, effects on wildlife, lack of regulation?

Given current federal and state regulations, what are realistic goals (re reducing e-techs' EMR emissions, energy use, use of conflict minerals and waste)? What actions have been ineffective? What would be effective?

What We Can Do BEFORE February 6

Write a Comment to the FCC

FCC seeks Comments on Streamlining Deployment of Small-Cell Infrastructure By Improving Wireless Siting Policies: FCC intends to make installment of 5G antennas (on public right-of-ways like utility poles, for example) easier and faster than it already is.

For instructions about submitting a comment: http://bit.ly/2jMWEPX

Here are possible points to illuminate in your comment:

* No data exists about 24/7 exposure at these frequencies and amplitudes will affect babies, pregnant women, children, the infirm, people with medical implants, the general population, insects or other wildlife.

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Katie Singer works on public policy with the Electromagnetic Radiation Policy Institute. A medical journalist, her books include The Garden of Fertility; Honoring Our Cycles, and An Electronic Silent Spring: Facing the Dangers and Creating Safe Limits. 

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Katiesinger.com and electronicsilentspring.com
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