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“Small Cell” Bill Will Shift Liability And Reasonably Result In Bankruptcy Of California: SB649
19 juli 2017
Law Letter: “Small Cell” Bill Will Shift Liability And Reasonably Result In Bankruptcy Of California: SB649
Law Office Of Harry Lehmann Letter To The State Of California
Liability for Damage From Microwave Radiation Exposure
Sustained by Senate Bill 649 Will Be Shifted to California State
In this letter dated July 19, 2017 the Law Office of Harry Lehmann explains how the State of California faces liability for damage sustained by Senate Bill 649 because the Bill shifts liability from the Telecom industry to the State of California. He documents in detail the science indicating serious harm – including DNA impacts and cancer- from microwave radiation.
“If the assembly goes forward despite this risk, bankruptcy of the State of California can be reasonably expected to result.
He states that under California government code, lawsuits can be brought for “Dangerous condition of public property. “ Lehmann points to the fact that the State of California allowed firefighters to be exempt from the wireless infrastructure as proof that California State has admitted “ the dangerous nature of the about to be built ‘small cell’ system, because as a matter of provable Legislative Intent, the firehouses were exempted due to health concerns”.
The California firefighter Unions have been outspoken in their concerns about health. Watch firefighters speak and read their letters at this link.
Read the letter in full here.
Read about the California Firefighters Union exemption here.
Learn more about SB949 Here.
and some scientific background with results used in the argumentation:
An optical method for investigating the microwave absorption characteristics of DNA and other biomolecules in solution.
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Direct determination of the microwave absorption characteristics of biological molecules in solution by an optical heterodyne technique is described. A visibly transparent sample is irradiated in a spatially nonuniform manner with pulsed microwaves, and the spatial variation in temperature increase measured by detecting the phase chirp impressed on a single-frequency He-Ne laser beam passing through the heated region. Results for several liquids and solutions such as water, methanol, various saline solutions, and solutions of DNA and DNA sodium salt in water are described. Where direct comparison is possible the results agree very well with published values. A significant increase in the absorption of DNA solutions compared with pure water has been observed that is consistent with microwave absorption by the longitudinal mode of the double helix.
Microwave effects on plasmid DNA.
The exposure of purified plasmid DNA to microwave radiation at nonthermal levels in the frequency range from 2.00 to 8.75 GHz produces single- and double-strand breaks that are detected by agarose gel electrophoresis. Microwave-induced damage to DNA depends on the presence of small amounts of copper. This effect is dependent upon both the microwave power and the duration of the exposure. Cuprous, but not cupric, ions were able to mimic the effects produced by microwaves on DNA.
Microwave-field-driven acoustic modes in DNA.
The direct coupling of a microwave field to selected DNA molecules is demonstrated using standard dielectrometry. The absorption is resonant with a typical lifetime of 300 ps. Such a long lifetime is unexpected for DNA in aqueous solution at room temperature. Resonant absorption at fundamental and harmonic frequencies for both supercoiled circular and linear DNA agrees with an acoustic mode model. Our associated acoustic velocities for linear DNA are very close to the acoustic velocity of the longitudinal acoustic mode independently observed on DNA fibers using Brillouin spectroscopy. The difference in acoustic velocities for supercoiled circular and linear DNA is discussed in terms of solvent shielding of the nonbonded potentials in DNA.
Microwave response of DNA in solution: Theory
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