My Mum, at ninety four, is a great inspiration. She suffered a minor stroke a couple of months ago which is putting an end to being able to live alone and fiercely independently. It has impaired her short term memory. Rather than getting her down and depressed it has given her another new incentive to grab this precious life by the horns.... > Read more
To view a video version of this blog scroll down to the bottom. We were driving towards Devonport the other day – a seaside suburb of North Auckland in New Zealand – when we spotted the local health centre “decorated” with a serious array of cell transmitters and... > Read more
Every now and again we get a long testimonial that defies trimming into "sound bites" and deserves to be shared in its entirety for public consumption. This is one of those from a lady by the name of Jenese from Nelson, New Zealand. It covers the subject of smart meters and wi-fi... > Read more
What do Brazil researchers know about cell tower radiation and cancer that your doctor won’t tell you?
To view a video version of this blog scroll down to the bottom. The Brazilian Society for Progress Science (Sociedad Brasilena para el Progreso de la Ciencia.) looked at all incidences of cancer deaths that they knew could be related to EMF exposure * in the town of Belo Horizonte in Brazil.... > Read more
If you have your own children or family members in school with installed wi-fi you really need to watch this video. Basically there are two ways to go about the subject of providing wi-fi in schools. 1) Expose our children to Wi-Fi and hope that there are no long term negative effects. In... > Read more
To view a video version of this blog scroll down to the bottom. We have written a few blogs about these evil smart meters – installed against our will and spewing out radiation whilst collecting data about our habits for their corporate owners. It is finally time for some good... > Read more
To view a video version of this blog scroll down to the bottom. Christmas is a funny time – and I don’t necessarily mean fun-ny. I don’t even know if Christmas is politically correct any more! Has it been relabelled “Holiday Season” so that no one is offended?... > Read more
It is always good to meet customers old and new, especially as we are mostly ensconced in our not so ivory tower most of the time. At Organics Out West in Auckland on Saturday we were able to do just that. We met customers that have been with us for twelve years and still have our... > Read more
More on those pesky so-called smart meters that power companies around the world are foisting on to us without our consent.
We have covered this subject a few times before : /blog/smart-meter-blood-analysis/ /blog/sart-meters-war/ /blog/smart-meters-withdraw/ And it is such an emotive issue that we will probably keep covering it, but in a nutshell the issues... > Read more
To view a video version of this blog scroll down to the bottom. It’s been a while since Santa visited me (cue violins) but from what I remember he lives out 364 of his days a year in the frozen North (Lapland or the North Pole Somewhere?). Wherever he lives, it must be fairly... > Read more
I received an email from a confused customer who had read an article on Blueshield’s web site relating to active and passive devices for EMF protection. Now before I... > Read more
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) also known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis or ME is considered to be a modern disorder but it was written about thousands of years ago in ancient Vedic texts. It was... > Read more
Apparently a recent study showed that more people would rescue their cellphone in a house fire in preference to their cat. My printable comment in response is to say that cats have been shown... > Read more