In our Meet the rocket scientists podcasts, we will introduce you to subject matter experts on topics that matter. These topics may have nothing whatsoever to do with rocket science, but, as an aerospace engineer to whom many have given the moniker “rocket scientist” as a result of my work on aerospace programs such as the International Space Station, I believe it’s appropriate to extend the cool term “rocket scientist” beyond aerospace engineers. In my book, anyone who boldly goes where no one has gone before and pushes the limits of knowledge in their particular field should be granted the opportunity to be known as a rocket scientist.
It is with this understanding in hand that I am honored to introduce today’s honorary “rocket scientist”, Frank Clegg, former President of Microsoft Canada and currently he is CEO of Canadians for Safe Technology and is on the business advisory group for the Environmental Health Trust Fund in America. Frank’s specialty? Wireless Technology. Specifically? What are the risks inherent in wireless technology…in particular with 5G networks.
I first met Frank at an international forum that I hosted in Lansing, MI in December 2018. The goal of the forum was to provide legislators with a comprehensive overview of the benefits and risks of wireless technology in general and 5G specifically. Since then Frank has been on the forefront of those seeking to improve awareness of the risks associated with 5G wireless technology.
Fittingly, the theme of this episode is “How to mitigate wireless technology risks”.
In this podcast you will learn:
- What risks are posed by wireless technology?
- How can we mitigate these risks?
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