Barrie Trower on Lost Arts Radio 1pm Monday NZT the 22nd of August

 

This is an announcement from Lost Arts Radio today: Barrie Trower, world class microwave technologies expert will be back on Lost Arts Radio on Sunday, August 21, 6pm pacific/9pm eastern US time, www.blogtalkradio.com/lostartsradio, which is 1pm Monday NZT to answer some of the questions our listeners have sent in. He will get through as many as possible, and will return to respond to those not yet answered, and those any of you would like to ask, regarding any aspect of microwave technology, such as cell towers, smart meters, cell phones, wi-fi, and other EMF hazards. Send questions for Barrie to richard@lostartsradio.com.

Also on the same show after Barrie, we’ll talk with the citizens’ team of www.keepbaldywild.com, who has set an example of what people in a local community can do. They’ll share what they learned in blocking the installation of a cell tower in their town. Stephen, Katy and Allison will discuss their experiences with us, including making public records requests, dealing with stonewalling by authorities and negotiating with a multibillion dollar global communications corporation.
I hope all of you are doing well, and I hope you’ll get to listen to Barrie and the Keep Baldy Wild team, either live, or on the archive when you get a chance. All archives are accessible at www.lostartsradio.com.

Richard Sacks, Host
Lost Arts Radio
www.lostartsradio.com
Independent holistic health scientist since 1965
Essene teacher and private health consultant

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