Tuesday, May 11, 2010

iBurst Boosting Psychosomatic Illness?

SHOOT: Even if can be proved that iBurst's microwaving of the surrounding community is at acceptable standards vis-a-vis Hiroshima and Nagasaki, if the community feel affected, that is sufficient cause to be contrary to the public interest. The question of money should arise. Is it moral or good that a company makes a profit off the community it serves in spite of the fact that the community into which it has embedded itself don't want these services? In short, does a company, as a fictitious person, have more rights than a real person [with fictitious fears?] Ironic, but intwisting.
Muller claims in his supporting affidavit to the police that the type of microwave broadband wireless technology used by iBurst has “been shown to be particularly dangerous to human health and the environment”.
Among many other things, Muller has accused WBS of:


  • Erecting at least 13 — and possibly more than 50 — iBurst base stations “illegally”;



  • “Systematically” erecting masts without going through the necessary planning processes;



  • Conducting an unconstitutional experiment on Craigavon residents.

  • Craigavon residents, led by Tracey-Lee Dorny, have campaigned to have the tower removed and have threatened legal action against iBurst — see Furious residents vow to pursue iBurst matter, New twist in iBurst tower battle and Furious Fourways residents head to court over iBurst tower.
    clipped from stress.about.com
    Psychosomatic illness originates with emotional stress or damaging thought patterns, but has physical symptoms that are real and can harm you as much as symptoms that originate from other means.
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