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WCAX Woman injured in St. Albans crash 7/12/2022 6:05 PM
NBC 5 Local farms struggle to produce fruit due to lack of pollinator insects 7/12/2022 6:11 PM
WCAX ‘Antiques Roadshow’ makes first-ever Vermont stop 7/12/2022 7:09 PM
VT Digger Champlain Parkway opponents dispute claim that Burlington would face full penalty if project isn’t finished 7/12/2022 7:34 PM
VT Digger Bennington police ask for public’s help in fighting crime 7/12/2022 7:26 PM
VT Digger 5 Democrats compete for 2 open seats in Montpelier House district 7/12/2022 8:28 PM
VT Digger Vigil at Roosevelt Park honors Burlington homicide victim 7/12/2022 9:36 PM
NBC 5 Vermont chorus hoping to spread message of peace, justice through music 7/12/2022 11:20 PM
Rutland Herald Rutland man denies alleged gun-buying scheme 7/13/2022 12:00 AM
Rutland Herald Lawyer plans challenge of hate crime charge in murder case 7/13/2022 12:00 AM
VT Digger David Russell: State cuts are to blame for 70% decline in commercial solar market 7/13/2022 7:04 AM
NBC 5 Glitch prevents Amtrak customers from purchasing tickets for Burlington to NYC 7/13/2022 7:22 AM
NBC 5 One month after Vermont courts resume jury trials, counties facing “almost insurmountable” backlogs 7/13/2022 7:20 AM
WCAX Service animal turned away at Burlington restaurant, encounter goes viral 7/13/2022 8:24 AM

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  1. No mystery on the pollinators’ absence – electrosmog (THE INVISIBLE RAINBOW, THE HISTORY OF ELECTRICITY AND LIFE by Arthur Firstenberg, 2020) – see below.

    Here are two relevant interviews with Dr. Olle Johansson, former professor and current researcher neuroscientist at Karolinski Institute in Sweden, both STILL relevant…those 100 new towers?

    Have a listen – knowledge is power:


    Here’s an on the ground report following 5G installation of antennae and towers in Greece – in real time with scientist and researcher Diana Kordas:


  2. No mystery on the NBC story… Vermont’s measurable radiation from wifi (electrosmog pollution) has risen exponentially with each new cell tower and antennae on mountaintops, fields, houses, and roadways.

    Beginning with Arthur Firstenberg’s seminal book, THE INVISIBLE RAINBOW, THE HISTORY OF ELECTRICITY AND LIFE, 2020, the telecomm industry does not want us to know this stuff.

    Here are some ‘revelatory’ exposures on just how that affects living things, including pollinators, still relevant:

    Prof. Dr. Olle Johansson of the Karolinska Institute, neuroscientist with 40-plus years of research and study on the effects of radiation/EMFs on LIFE:


    Diana Kordas lives on Samos Island in Greece and has documented the effects of the arrival of wifi and cell towers and antennae on growers, and wildlife, here:


    Nope – no mystery here.
    Just ignored by the industries in the name of profit.
    Illnesses connected with all of this in humans ARE what the plague is, now.

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