Please Distribute Widely! Deadline Wednesday March 6th
Even if you commented during the comment period, please read on. If there are points that you wish you had included, you can file a reply as well.
Easy directions for brief comments linked from the bottom.
Are you concerned about radiofrequency (microwave) radiation emissions from smart meters, cellphones, WiFi, cellphone antennas, baby monitors etc or you are having health problems as a result of the FCC’s outdated physics-based radiofrequency radiation limits ? This is your chance to make your voice heard!
Support biologically-based radiofrequency radiation safety limits or the FCC could elect to raise its existing outdated physics-based safety limits. Please submit a reply in the reply round at the FCC by March 6, 2013.
For the first time since the passage of the 1996 Telecom Act, the FCC is specifically requesting/allowing comment on its radiofrequency radiation limits.
This is a second opportunity for your voice to be heard on the question of the inadequacy of the outdated thermally-based FCC radiofrequency radiation exposure limits. Submitting your document in an official FCC proceeding is the only way to get information to the FCC that it is legally required to consider.
See Stop Smart Meters! Analysis on inadequate FCC limits for background information on the FCC radiofrequency radiation limits.
The FCC does not have the expertise to set safety limits so they have to adopt them from somewhere. Thus far, they have felt that they have only two options – the IEEE and the ICNIRP . At the EPA’s urging, they chose the lower ones and adopted the IEEE exposure guidelines which are outdated and inadequate.
The Industry would like them to re-consider and adopt the more lenient ICNIRP guidelines.
In other words, the radiofrequency radiation limits could be RAISED if the FCC does not receive enough compelling comments asking that they be lowered.
TAKE ACTION NOW- More details here: http://electricalpollution.com/