Royal Society of Canada to review Safety Code 6 regarding increased standards set around world

It has just been publicly admitted by Health Canada’s that Canada has NO safety standards regarding the biological effects of Radio Frequency Radiation (RFR) which come from cell phones, wi-fi transmitters, cordless phones, baby monitors etc.

Here is the official letter that was sent to all concerned citizens who have expressed concern with Health Canada’s lack of safety standards compared to other countries in the world, notably Austria and Switzerland who appear to be setting the standards for safety concerning the hazards of this modern invisible technology.

SC6_Response Letter

Here is a link to the latest of information on this new research coming to light on the biological effects (as opposed to thermal effects) of Radio Frequency Radiation.

Of note is the new research on pulsed radiation versus steady frequency radiation, and the concerns with young children who don’t have fully protective skulls developed to help shield from these new constant pulsed fields of radiation in their environment as well as the fact that children experience rapid cell renewal at a young age of development which also seems to have magnified consequences on such an organism.


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