A Before and After Photo Tells All

  From a recent email:   Sebastian and Pat, These pictures are worth a thousand scientific studies on electromagnetic health. This was me in 2008, and this was me last August. If you can figure out a way to edit the address and license number under the pictures, you have my permission to publish them on the…

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Solar Flower Power

    Once again Mardel Sanzotta speaks through her art: We need to quit bathing in deadly man-made cell tower/wireless radiation and get back to Earthing and soaking up Nature’s healing life-sustaining radiation.

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International Gallery of Electro-Aware Artists

  Boil the Frog Slowly Radio’s very own artist – Mardel Sanzotta is featured in Kim Goldberg’s online exhibition to raise awareness about the perils of electropollution and the ordeal of Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS) at the Refugium website. To view Mardel’s work as well as other important talent: http://electroplague.com/electro-aware-artists/mardel-sanzotta/  

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Heads Up New York – Payphone Hotspots?

    “Mayor de Blasio has made making New York City the most wired city in the world a policy,” says Andrew Rasiej, Chairman of the NY Tech Meetup and a longtime advocate on city tech issues. “As a result, the administration wants to take advantage of every feasible piece of city-owned infrastructure to make…

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Heads Up On Cell Towers by Mardel Sanzotta

  Original artwork by Mardel DeBuhr Sanzotta As a self taught painter with remarkable composition skills, Mardel Sanzotta has mastered a variety of painting media. Versatility, lyricism and poetry are evident in her work. She was born near the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota, and is influenced by having lived and worked in the Northwest…

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New Art – Heads Up On Cell Towers by Mardel Sanzotta

Original artwork by Mardel DeBuhr Sanzotta As a self taught painter with remarkable composition skills, Mardel Sanzotta has mastered a variety of painting media. Versatility, lyricism and poetry are evident in her work. She was born near the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota, and is influenced by having lived and worked in the Northwest wilderness…

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