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Shifting Paradigms Poster -June 26lets-connect-poster

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  • Date: June 26 -June 29
  • Start Time: Ongoing
  • Event Length: Variable
  • Location: 3 Venues in Ganges
  • Expires: 7 days, 14 hours

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    From a tea party for moms & teachers to a family-friendly festival in the park – next week, Let’s Connect Salt Spring will celebrate the launch of its safe, fast, reliable and environmentally sustainable community-owned wired fiber project with two renowned scientific guests and four free, fun, and illuminating community events.


    • SHIFTING PARADIGMS – A free public forum on the biological and environmental risks and benefits of wireless 5G and community fiber, with Drs. Martin Pall & Tim Schoechle: Wednesday, June 26, 7:00 pm – Gulf Islands Secondary, Ganges.

    • WILL 5G MAKE “CENTS” FOR SALT SPRING?- An informal session for Salt Spring’s business community on the economic costs and benefits of 5G and community-owned fiber, with Drs. Martin Pall & Tim Schoechle: Thursday, June 27, 7:00 pm – Salt Spring Island Public Library Project Room.

    • MOMS & TEACHER’S 5G TEA – We all want to offer our children the healthiest home & school environments possible. An invitation to mothers & educators to relax and enjoy some tea and treats while exploring how wired tech may support optimal learning and health, with Drs. Martin Pall & Tim Schoechle: Friday, June 28, 3:30 pm – Salt Spring Island Public Library Project Room & Terrace. RSVP – Cecile Petra: cpetraot@shaw.ca

    • LET’S CONNECT SALT SPRING COMMUNITY FIBER LAUNCH PARTY IN THE PARK – Inspiring musicians Ruwadzano Marimba Band, Trisha Spire, Safiya, Oona McOuat, Kreuger & more. Earth Tales for all told by internationally loved performer, Eric Gordon of Roots and Wings storytelling. Info sessions and the opportunity to connect with Drs. Martin Pall and Schoechle in the Q & A Tent: Saturday, June 29, 10:30 am-4:00 pm, Centennial Park, Salt Spring.


    Martin L. Pall, PhD

    Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences in the School of Molecular Biosciences at Washington State University, Dr. Pall is an internationally recognized expert on the science behind 5G. His groundbreaking review articles show the mechanism by which human-generated electromagnetic frequencies cause biological and health effects.

    Timothy Schoechle, PhD

    Author of Re-lnventing Wires, Dr. Schoechle is the global expert on wired fiber networks. He sits on the standards board of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), is a former faculty member of the University of Colorado, College of Engineering and Applied Science, and is Senior Research Fellow, at the National Institute for Science, Law & Public Policy.

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