Oct 26, 2019

Bellingham WA & beyond: 5G Beware

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Sharing Leslie's message with her permission:

On Sat, Oct 26, 2019, 11:10 AM Leslie Shankman <leslie.shankman@comcast.net> wrote:

Thank you to those who were able to come to the October 19th community showing and panel discussion of 5G Beware, a film made by Tom and Jen Durant of Bellingham.

Since we do not have straightforward options to say "No" to the rollout of the next generation of wireless technology, it is important that we come together like this to continue to learn and to create connections. And perhaps the only "positive" about the push towards 5G is that it is causing many to wake up to the fact that we already live in an invisible but very consequential sea of Electromagnetic Frequencies (EMF's) that needs to be questioned as well.

There are now about 85 people on this e-mail list. About 45 people attended on the 19th and the thoughtful discussion which ranged from practical and technical questions to the awareness for needed societal changes and the necessity to keep integrity by staying connected and staying out of fear, was appreciated. 

For those who would like to see it for the first time, or again, or would like to share the film 5G Beware, here is the link:

To summarize a few recommondations from the panelists:

Jon Humphrey shared his technical expertise and suggested that greater understanding of the issues can be learned from reading:

Jon has long championed development of a fully functional fiber network in Bellingham. Please see and consider signing his petition regarding this:

Cindy Franklin has focused on the consequences of EMF exposure for over a decade. To this end she has worked on state and national levels with various influential people. She knows the founders of Americans for Responsible Technology and highly recommends signing on to receive their news and alerts:

Dr. Linda Goggin helped us understand some of the health consequences of EMF's. She is a Doctor of Family Medicine who has served in many settings, from rural to big city. But, when conventional medicine did not provide answers she made the dive into integrative medicine, pursuing extensive training in functional and environmental medicine. She is now also a Certified Functional Medicine Practioner and is the Director of Feel Good Functional Medicine in Bellingham. She is the author of Feel Good Again: A Game-Changing Guide to Creating Wellness, Energy, Joy and Enthusiasm for Life.  https://www.amazon.com/Feel-Good-Again-Game-Changing-Enthusiasm/dp/1683505638

One of the attendees also highy recommended watching Generation Zapped https://generationzapped.com/ which is available on-line or from the library.

Thank you for caring. 

Leslie, Jen, Art