Dr. Magda Havas
Thurs. Sept. 29th
7:00pm to 9:00pm
16655 Yonge Street, in Newmarket, Ontario.
(conference room at Nature?s Emporium 905-898-1844)
This is the top Canadian expert speaking: Dr. Magda Havas. She is based in Peterborough and is an Associate Professor at Trent University. Concerned parents asked her to give this seminar. There will be Q&A. Dr. Havas is extremely knowledgeable and current, extremely dedicated to individual and public health, extremely professional, and she is a superb educator. She clearly explains complex science and related children s health, individual health, and public health impacts.
Encourage colleagues, friends, family, school principals, teachers, healthcare providers, school trustees, MPPs and MPs, workplace safety and environment reps, etc. to attend this public seminar in the evening on Thursday, September 29th. (Please refer to the attached pdf.)
Informant: Martin Weatherall
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To: Iris Atzmon
Sent: Monday, September 26, 2011 11:46 AM
Subject: No Wi-fi for the French National Library
Paris, 26 September 2011
WIFI and the French National Library, all unions on the same wavelength
Today, on Friday 23 September 2011, at the time of the Hygiene and Safety Committee of the François Mitterrand BnF (National Library), a vote took place on the project to rollout Wi-Fi in the Oval Room of the Richelieu site (in the 2nd district of Paris), at the Tolbiac site (in the 13th), as well as in the LABO of new technologies, where the only offerings in terms of documents will be those of the Orange operator 'kiosque'.
On the rest of the unions, three experts were appointed: Professor Belpomme from the University of Paris 5 (Descartes), Etienne Cendrier from the French national Robin des Toits Association and Agnès Dutrevis, Officer of the Administrative Library of the City of Paris and member of the Hygiene and Safety Committee for the City.
An exchange of information and clear presentations on the topic showed evidence that such a system would not only be dangerous to the health of the staff in the long term (the WHO having classified electromagnetic waves and possibly carcinogenic, Group 2B) and would close the doors of people who are hypersensitive to electromagnetic waves, the number of which is unfortunately increasing.
In addition, this technology is no longer the most reliable, nor the best suited for the quick transmission of data, contrary to optical fibre, an alternative solution backed by the unions and their experts.
The French Unions (CFDT, CGT and FSU) voted unanimously against this project, thus in compliance with the Precautionary Principle and in favour of equality for everyone with regard to access to Library services.