“There are many similarities between the silent spring created in cities and farms from pesticides and that of wireless technology with the rapid and widespread adoption of cell towers. Let’s examine the effects of this technology that biologists have found on wildlife and then compare the histories, mechanisms and impacts between pesticides and wireless radiation.”
Hi All:FYI. Here is again the PDF of the color graphic for Wireless Silent Spring published in the October 2018 Santa Clara County Medical Association Bulletin. I am sending as well the Black and White PDF (which I just corrected and altered a bit) . Feel free to upload the Black and White version with references.The links to the Web versions (Color and B & W) at the SCCMA are below.If you wish to reprint the color graphic version of the article it is best to contact Pam Jensen at the SCCMA. it should not be a problem. She is at email@example.com .Thanks so much!Cindy R 🙂Here is the SCCMA link to the articles- both color and Black and white – here is how to get there.Main Page SCCMA—- http://www.sccma-mcms.org is main pageAll Environmental Health Articles: The link to all articles this is the SCCMA Environmental Health Committee Page–Specific Links to individual articles are as follows at theBlack and white version Wireless Silent Spring- http://www.sccma-mcms.org/Portals/19/Wireless%20Silent%20Spring%20%20SCCMA%20Oct%202018%20%20Final%20PDF_1.pdfColor Graphic version Wireless Silent Spring-
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