‘Full Signal’ film to screen Friday in Grass Valley
Cell towers in downtown Nevada City?
A subsidiary of Verizon has proposed the installation of cell phone towers above Friar Tucks in Nevada City.
Will the towers present health hazards? The Nevada City Planning Commission takes up the proposal on June 16, 2016 at 1:30 p.m. at City Hall.
In the meantime, the Peace and Justice Center will show the documentary film, “Full Signal” at 7 p.m. Friday at The Open Book, 671 Maltman (Brunswick area) Grass Valley.
a film about possible health and environmental effects of the prolific blasting of non-ionizing radiation across a living planet via satellites, cell towers, military installations, wireless antennas, and all the consumer gadgets (think cell phones, Smart Meters).
Telecommunications companies tell us these EMF-emitting technologies are safe and normal.
But others are concerned.
The film explores whether the effect of electromagnetic frequencies, “EMF” from antennas, cordless phones, cell phones, WiFi hot spots, etc. produce headaches, anxiety, muscle aches, flu symptoms, cognitive confusion, and visual abnormalities some say are connected to exposure.
“Full Signal” presents one hour of startling facts, mind-twisting visuals and wrenching emotional vignettes.
Former CBS news associate producer, 60 Minutes field producer and film-maker Talal Jabari is no stranger to hot spots; he has worked in Israel, Nigeria, Guatemala, and Serbia.
To make “Full Signal,” he visited 18 experts in 10 countries and six U.S. states.
Bring your questions, your science, and an open mind to the film showing.
Suggested donation $6 – $10.
Community discussion to follow the film.
Refreshments available for purchase at the Open Book.
For more information, visit ncpeace.org or contact the Peace & Justice Center at email@example.com
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