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Lost Arts Radio Show #82 - Special Guests Barrie Trower and the Brave Baldy Team

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On this Sunday's show, Barrie Trower returns to Lost Arts Radio, to begin answering the wide array of questions our listeners sent in since Barrie's last appearance on the show. As a world-class expert in microwave weapons technology, Barrie has given us the benefit of his insight and technical knowledge of wi-fi and microwave technologies in general on several previous shows. When he last visited with us May 29th, Barrie made a special request to know what questions our listeners had in mind. Now we have an extensive list of those, covering all aspects of microwave communications technologies and their associated health impact, and we are sure Barrie's answers will provide us with educational and actionable information to help us each deal with the EMF pollution that is now everywhere in our environment.

After speaking with Barrie Trower, we will turn our focus to a local group that has courageously taken the initiative to stop the installation of a cell tower by a major telecommunications provider, because of the harm to people living in their community. "Keep Baldy Wild" (www.keepbaldywild.com), a tiny Southern California activist group, has fought for more than four years to force Verizon to relocate the proposed tower to a safer location. Their adventures and what they have learned along the way in this project could serve as an inspiring example, to help others all over America and other parts of the world, who might be wondering what they can do right where they live, to resist the unlimited deployment of cell towers right where they can do the most damage. Stephen, Allison and Katy (last names withheld) will share with us what can happen when local people get together and say "enough" to the global corporations eager to expand their health-destroying projects at any cost.

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