This weekend, you can attend the ENCORE of the 5G Summit – simply register by signing up and you to get the report noted above.
This summit started last week and will run one more time at no charge this Saturday and Sunday. I got a chance to listen to a lot of the speakers and accordingly I would recommend the following ones as a good starting point:
Martin Pall, PhD whose talk should be most concerning to you, Actually quite alarming. Hopefully his dire predictions are not correct but one should at least hear him out. He has proper credentials to be giving an expert opinion on the topic. A few other PhD’s on day one’s talk are worth listening to as well.
Beverly Rubik PhD, whose talk should be most concerning to you as well.
Richard Lear on underlying reasons some disease rates have been dramatically increasing over the past 25 years.
Tom O’Bryan DC, DACBN’s talk on factors underlying auto immune disorders and
Ronald Melnick PhD talk on the $30 million US government study he was involved with whose problematic results regarding wireless technology have been buried.
The summit’s co-host, Josh del Sol, has written a powerful, 17-page report, 7 Essential Ways to Make Your Home Safe from 5G and EMF Radiation, chock full of solutions to reduce EMF exposure.
+ How to go from wireless to wired
+ YES, you can use your cell phone safely
+ Dealing with your office and personal devices
+ Improving sleep 101
+ Shielding your home from 4G/5G radiation
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Dr. Jacob Bastomski
Dr. Jacob Bastomski, a board-certified chiropractic neurologist, has served the Santa Barbara area since 1981. As a Santa Barbara chiropractor, Dr. Bastomski seeks to improve health through functional neurology and clinical nutrition.
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