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Entire US Town “Trapped,” Homes Unsalable Because Military Poisoned Their Water Supply

July 20, 2017 By Claire Bernish Toxic chemicals have permeated the water supply of Washington’s Whidbey Island, contaminating schools, homes, businesses, and a hospital, for years, but — even at levels deliberate 400 percent over what the EPA considers excusable — the U.S. Navy hasn’t taken full shortcoming for the …

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Medical, Disabilities And Discrimination Claims Can Be Filed Against States PUCs And Utilities

July 20, 2017 By Catherine J. Frompovich According to Electrosmog Prevention, “Accommodations may be requested of the PUC or application for subordinate disabilities or medical conditions [regarding EMFs/RFs deviation from AMI Smart Meters]. A taste censure may be filed if accommodations aren’t met.” [1] Furthermore, Each state and internal gov’t, …

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“Smart” Toothbrushes Are Equipped With Interactive Wireless Displays—Radio Transmitters

July 21, 2017 By Catherine J. Frompovich Do you brush your teeth with a ‘smart’ toothbrush? Did you know there are ‘smart’ toothbrushes? According to the package information that comes with the Oral-B Triaction/Precision 5000/5500, it contains an “interactive wireless display,” i.e., a radio conductor that puts out electromagnetic frequencies.  …

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