Let’s put junk science to the test

I wonder how many of them use microwave ovens at home or in the workplace?

So, 125 people using junk science stop an important technological advance for Willow Point.

I wonder how many of them use microwave ovens at home or in the workplace? Same electronic principle.

Now for the other side. We live in a cell dead zone. We cannot send or receive voice or text messages anywhere on our property unless we go across the street to our neighbour’s lawn.

Once a visitor almost missed a call regarding an important family emergency. It was only when we were on our after dinner walk that the call came through.

I have a suggestion. Since the city is using the alternative referundum method to resolve a minor parks issue contained in the Broadstreet project downtown,  why not use the same method in Willow Point?

Lets see if 3,000 voters believe in junk science, not just the 125.

Sterling Campbell

Campbell River