Newsletter (09 January 2004)

Electrical Pollution Ground Current bill AB529

Dear Friends,

Thanks to all of you who prayed for yesterday's legislative hearing on the Electrical Pollution Ground Current bill AB529. So far it has gone VERY WELL.

It went VERY LATE because of all the interest. There were hundreds of people from ALL OVER the state of Wisconsin giving their testimonies of how sick they were or how they had lost their farms and their animals, their life savings and their dreams, or how their children were sick, losing their hair and their health and statistics of cancer. It was ABSOLUTELY DEVASTATING to listen to!  With some of those testimonies there were tears just flowing down peoples' faces all about the room.

Doctors and lawyers and veterinarians and electrical engineers and electricians and farmers and sick citizens were all there in support of this bill, because they have witnessed what this dirty electricity running freely OFF of the designated lines, is doing to the quality of Wisconsin living. There were so many people telling their stories AGAINST the big utilities companies with their expensive 3-piece suits, who tried their best to say there was "no problem." At one point, one of the legislators asked, "Do you mean to tell me that all these people are IMAGINING all this?!?" after which the entire courtroom broke out into a loud cheer! It was like being in a movie to experience all of this and I'm willing to bet there WILL be one some day! There is much more battleground to cover and it has yet to be voted upon in both houses, so please don't stop praying & spreading the word.

As many of you already know, this bill is only the tip of the iceberg of our growing pollution of electron frequencies. Make no mistake about it, as Representative Gronemus stated, she feels this is THE MOST IMPORTANT BILL she has ever initiated into law!

If you have not yet done so, PLEASE send an email in favor of this bill to the Energy & Utilities committee chair,

Rep. Scott Jensen at

&/or His Staff:

Brett Healy

Steve Knudson

Please ask your representatives to vote YES for bill AB529, asking them to get back to you to tell you how they voted!

Here's the website to find out who your reps are:

Sincerely Your Friend,

Marcie Fry

I hadn't realized that the WI Assembly Committee on Energy and Utilities hearing re. Bill 529 (to make the utilities get the return current off the ground, and making them responsible for damages) was available via the Internet yesterday. All 7 1/2 hours of it. I later received the following account from someone who did tune in. It seems there is actually hope for this legislation passing. Please pray, send blessings or luck or whatever you are moved to do to support a positive outcome!

There is still time to contact the Committee and ask them to pass the legislation. Every voice heard helps the cause. Contact me for info. if you'd like to add yours. Even those of you who live in other states or abroad. That'd let them know that this is indeed a big problem. (I'll give you their e-mail addresses.)


OK now. I listened to about 90% of the hearing - had to eat and let the dogs out once in a while! My husband listened to the morning parts until he needed to go to work.

I don't believe that the ENTIRE committee was there in the morning as some had prior meeting commitments and I believe that they must have arrived sometime later.

I think that it went really well!!! At the end of the day, in retrospect, I was really impressed by ALL the people who DID testify. There were dozens! I really didn't count but I believe that one of the committee said around 50 (which also included utility spokespeople).

David Jenkins, Mgr. of the Wisc. Cooperatives talked and did his "spiel". It was so duplicated, as if he can't say anything other than this "spiel," that the people AND the committee commented on this! THAT made me happy and probably the utilities cursed Davy boy's stupidity! You could hear all the people mumbling after Jenkins was talking - it was almost as if he hadn't been in attendance at the meeting - ergo, he hadn't heard any/all of the previous testimonies! Duh! Dumb and dumber!

They were all terrific!  Mention was made of ..............all the bankruptcies of farmers; all the varied illnesses (and symptoms) complete with the various types of Dr's they'd seen with "non-conclusive" test results; all the varied methods used to rectify with no lasting results; Amish farmers who don't use electricity yet had "stray voltage" the "smoozing" of the utilities with regulators; the previous (many) "stray voltage" committees that fade and go away only to erupt again and still can't find anything; research on the stray voltage effects in Idaho; our BAD electrical system structure; the poor, shoddy, fraudulent research that has been done; the remarks the utilities made to people saying that they've got to "live with it" (voltage problems); Etcetera, etcetera, etc.!

The list goes on and on and .....You really should have listened - but, it was on "air" for 7-1/2 hrs. (a little after 10 a.m. until just before 5 p.m.)

But, I REALLY think that the "committee" heard enough to (from my lips to .... ) hopefully learn that ALL OF THESE PEOPLE, from ALL OVER THE STATE, and from MANY DIFFERENT UTILITY coverages, that something must be wrong!

Informant: Robert Riedlinger


Welcome to chemtrails

I think you might find this of interest!

Nanotech Health Risk

By Ben Hirschler


LONDON (Reuters)

Nanotechnology, which could revolutionize the healthcare, consumer goods and construction industries, has been touted by advocates as a potential multibillion dollar industry.

Prophets of doom have painted a nightmare scenario of self-replicating robots turning the Earth into a "gray goo."

But Ken Donaldson, Professor of Respiratory Toxicology at the University of Edinburgh, said the real risk lay in breathing in designer materials so small that they can slip through membranes inside the body.

Research on rats has shown nanoparticles deposited in the nose can migrate to the brain and move from the lungs into the bloodstream, he told reporters.

"The big worry would be if a nanotechnology business designs nanoparticles that are fundamentally different from the ones we are already exposed to and seem to cope with reasonably well," he said.

Modern humans breathe in considerable numbers of nanoparticles on a daily basis in traffic fumes and even from cooking. In some individuals they can trigger asthma or even cardiovascular problems, by setting off an inflammatory response from the body's immune system.

The new materials being developed through nanotechnology -- which involves manipulating matter on a scale of a billionth of a meter, or about 80,000 times smaller than the thickness of a human hair -- might trigger more severe reactions.

Mike Horton, professor of Medicine at University College London and co- director of the new London Center for Nanotechnology, said scientists were treating the issue "very seriously" and had learned the lessons of public disquiet over genetic engineering.

He called for more experiments to establish how nanoparticles reached the brain and what the impact might be. But he dismissed the idea of a moratorium on nanotechnology.

"The impact would be exactly the same as the moratorium on genetic modification in Germany which wiped out a whole area of biological science for 30 years. That would be a disaster," he said. ealthdc


Informant: George Paxinos


World Scientists' Warning To Humanity

Some 1,700 of the world's leading scientists, including the majority of Nobel laureates in the sciences, issued this appeal in November 1992. The Warning was written and spearheaded by UCS Chair Henry Kendall.

Human beings and the natural world are on a collision course. Human activities inflict harsh and often irreversible damage on the environment and on critical resources. If not checked, many of our current practices put at serious risk the future that we wish for human society and the plant and animal kingdoms, and may so alter the living world that it will be unable to sustain life in the manner that we know. Fundamental changes are urgent if we are to avoid the collision our present course will bring about.

The Environment

The environment is suffering critical stress:

The Atmosphere

Stratospheric ozone depletion threatens us with enhanced ultraviolet radiation at the earth's surface, which can be damaging or lethal to many life forms. Air pollution near ground level, and acid precipitation, are already causing widespread injury to humans, forests and crops.

Water Resources

Heedless exploitation of depletable ground water supplies endangers food production and other essential human systems. Heavy demands on the world's surface waters have resulted in serious shortages in some 80 countries, containing 40% of the world's population. Pollution of rivers, lakes and ground water further limits the supply.


Destructive pressure on the oceans is severe, particularly in the coastal regions which produce most of the world's food fish. The total marine catch is now at or above the estimated maximum sustainable yield. Some fisheries have already shown signs of collapse. Rivers carrying heavy burdens of eroded soil into the seas also carry industrial, municipal, agricultural, and livestock waste -- some of it toxic.


Loss of soil productivity, which is causing extensive Land abandonment, is a widespread byproduct of current practices in agriculture and animal husbandry. Since 1945, 11% of the earth's vegetated surface has been degraded -- an area larger than India and China combined -- and per capita food production in many parts of the world is decreasing.


Tropical rain forests, as well as tropical and temperate dry forests, are being destroyed rapidly. At present rates, some critical forest types will be gone in a few years and most of the tropical rain forest will be gone before the end of the next century. With them will go large numbers of plant and animal species.

Living Species

The irreversible loss of species, which by 2100 may reach one third of all species now living, is especially serious. We are losing the potential they hold for providing medicinal and other benefits, and the contribution that genetic diversity of life forms gives to the robustness of the world's biological systems and to the astonishing beauty of the earth itself.

Informant: Let's Make Change


An unnatural disaster,3604,1118244,00.html

Informant: Medialens Media Alerts


Study warns of global warming extinctions

Hundreds of species of land plants and animals around the globe could vanish or be on the road to extinction over the next 50 years if global warming continues, scientists warn.

Scientists and citizens are stymied by water crisis

Environmentalists cry foul on Bush mining proposal