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Prof Trevor Marshall
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 Posted: Fri Feb 23rd, 2018 08:56

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"Generation Zapped," a 74 minute documentary about people being harmed by the wireless gadgets they use, has just been awarded "Best Documentary" at the 2018 DC Independant Film Festival awards

https://dciff-indie.org/2018/02/21/congratulations-to-our-dciff-2018-festival-winners/

The movie trailer is at: https://vimeo.com/221492864

Website is at: https://generationzapped.com/

"Generation Zapped" has been shown around the world at small local gatherings, and maybe this award will lead to a more generalized distribution. Regardless, the award means that the Festival judges clearly felt that the material presented was not as "way out" as media generally regards this subject matter.


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 Posted: Fri Feb 23rd, 2018 21:21

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Good!

Thank you for the suggestion, I published on LinkedIn.

Already wrote a concerned letter to the Dutch RIVM, the national healthcare institute for public health......received an unsatisfying answer..........; links to publications and examinations tht 'prove' the safety of electrosmog... ....



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 Posted: Sat Feb 24th, 2018 16:43

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Thanks so much for the links, Trevor! I was encouraged to see this documentary! As well, was encouraged to have the possibility of the negative effects of EMFs as (tho' not given as a CAUSE of ME/CFS) an area to be explored in the Open Medicine Foundation's / Ron Davis Stanford EndME/CFS research team's latest press conference.

I do not want to get my hopes too high regarding how much healing may be possible for me - as you've mentioned, most of us severe ME/CFS patients have been much sicker/much longer before we even get a diagnosis, many times being bedridden for years/decades before being taken seriously. I shudder to think of the amount of time the body's pathogens have had to "set up shop" in our macrophages, building microfilm-"cities", etc.(!) - but - what can one do but start where you are and try to heal as completely as possible, and be grateful for the MP?!

Since I am mostly bedbound, at least I can be so within my beautifully made (by our amazing Joyful) EMF bag + sleeping caps (made by Liz and others so beutifully) and #81 shielding smock, and get to look forward to having a set of shielding garments made for me soon so that I'll be ready for when I can again - hopefully - be out and about for at least short intervals!

So grateful for your research and dedication to helping all of us heal, Trevor!

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 Posted: Fri Mar 2nd, 2018 08:58

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Very nice. Dr Marshall, I suppose You don`t use cellphone anymore ?



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 Posted: Fri Mar 2nd, 2018 09:08

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I have my phone connected to Ethernet at home, as I only switch it on when traveling these days... Wired ethernet allows me to keep everything updated and ready-to-go

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 Posted: Fri Mar 2nd, 2018 09:40

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Cellphone can work over ethernet ?



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Yes, Trevor - I join Wrotek in wondering how cell phones connect to the ethernet? Do you have an iphone or an android cell phone? What sort of adapters do you need to make the connection?

Thanks!

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 Posted: Fri Mar 2nd, 2018 15:10

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See this topic (Connecting an iPhone / iPAD or Nexus 7 to the wired Internet):

https://www.marshallprotocol.com/forum11/16294.html

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 Posted: Fri Mar 2nd, 2018 15:24

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Thanks, Ron!

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 Posted: Thu Mar 8th, 2018 02:24

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Sent it to the NJ BPU Commissioner and my cousin's major NJ law firm.



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 Posted: Thu Mar 8th, 2018 09:13

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Ron wrote:
See this topic (Connecting an iPhone / iPAD or Nexus 7 to the wired Internet):

https://www.marshallprotocol.com/forum11/16294.html


But this is internet, what about cellphone network.
Can cellphone network be accessed via internet ?
There was some skype possibility i believe.

Last edited on Thu Mar 8th, 2018 11:46 by wrotek



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 Posted: Thu Mar 8th, 2018 16:51

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Some carriers allow fallback to WiFi. A portion of those will work over the wired Ethernet on my Nexus 5x running Marshmallow.

But no, I only use 4G for emergencies when travelling.My deskphone is a VOIP service over the wired ethernet, and I separately use Google Voice/Hangouts to make calls using the wired ethernet from my phone, and receive them as well.

My 4G ISP is 'Project Fi', they allow me to keep the phone without charge for those months it remains switched off the 4G networks.


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