11 Articles On | Not So “Smart” Meters | Smart Meters Kill | How to Remove These Health Hazzards

Not so smart meters Smart Meter Reading 11 Articles On | Not So “Smart” Meters Dylan Eleven | Truth11.com When the government calls something “smart” you know its smart for them, not for you.  Smart meters are no exception.  Smart for the depopulation agenda due to the harmful cancer causing radiation. Smart to drive people crazy with chronic symptoms that are present when your near them.  Smart to make us sicker by not allowing proper sleep. Smart in knowing if you have a power surge every twelve hours like clockwork, denoting some home growing operation.  Smart to watch you and smart to tartget you for raids and abuse. There is nothing good in it for us. Solution.  Immediately remove your Smart meter (it is very easy) and replace it with an analogue meter that can be purchased online.  Here is one link where to get them.   www.FreedomTaker.com And below you can see a video on how to dismantle them.   One cable lock, that can be simply cut, one support bracket that comes off then you pull it forward and down and it will pop out.   Its like a big plug on the back so you simply unplug one and line up the next and plug in in.  No wiring or tampering involved. Personally I will mail mine back to the company so they cant charge us with theft and inform them that if they try to put it back i will charge them with attempted murder. ___________ How to dismantle smart meters ___________ HEALTH HAZARDS LINKED TO UTILITY METERS ‘Smart’ units blamed for sleep troubles, stress, headaches, heart problems Published: 12/18/2012 at 8:33 PM STEVE ELWART Steve Elwart, P.E., Ph.D., is the executive research analyst with the Koinonia Institute and a subject matter expert for the Department of Homeland Security. He can be contacted at steve.elwart@studycenter.com. Editor’s Note: This is the final article in a series about smart meters and the technology that critics fear could allow utilities and government to monitor how and for what reason energy is used inside your home. The first article explained the “other purposes” government has for the technology. The second article discussed the dangers from meters that explode or ignite. Smart meters have been associated with privacy issues, data security issues, and fire safety issues, but the biggest danger from RF (radio frequency) meters may be from the signals they give off while reporting their data to the central utility office. A study conducted by the industry group, the Electric Power Research Institute, concluded that in their tests the radio frequency emissions of smart meters are well within federal safety guidelines. A Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) study titled, “Summary Discussion of RF Fields and the PG&E SmartMeter™ System” concluded that smart meters are “are in full compliance with Federal Communications Commission regulations by a very wide margin.” But are they? Many people would disagree. Joe Esposito from Owasso, Okla., had a smart meter installed on his home in 2011 as part of a pilot program developed by the Public Service Company of Oklahoma. Even though he asked that a meter not be installed on his home, Esposito found one mounted on the side of his house when he came home from work. It was then his health problems started. Esposito started experiencing dental problems, from aching teeth to a constant tingling sensation. He also started to experience aches in his leg which only got worse at night. After watching a video titled “Smart Meters & EMR: The Health Crisis of Our Time” by Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, Esposito followed the advice in the video and installed some lead sheeting around the meter on the outside of his house. The results were dramatic. He had the first good night’s sleep in months and the pain in his leg was gone. Additional protection inside the home added later gave relief from many of his other symptoms. As an experiment, he would sometimes sleep without the protection and his pains would return. Joe Esposito’s experience is not unique. Thousands of people have reported ringing in the ears, insomnia, headaches, dizziness, nausea, heart irregularities, memory loss, and anxiety after a smart meter was installed on their house or business. According to a survey conducted by Dr. Ed Halteman, Ph.D., the number of people in the survey who had sleep problems doubled after smart meters were installed. The survey also indicated that the top health issues suffered by the 318 residents in the survey who had smart meters installed on or near the home included sleep problems (49 percent), stress (43 percent), headaches (40 percent), ringing in the ears (38 percent) and heart problems (26 percent). In May of 2011, the World Health Organization officially recognized that wireless radiation such as emitted by smart meters is a possible carcinogen. People who also suffer from Electromagnetic Sensitivity (ES) also seem especially vulnerable to the effects of smart meters. In recent years, there has been a 60-fold increase in cases of autism which may be explained by changes in the environment. A study by the Association for Comprehensive NeuroTherapy reports that there may be a correlation between fetal (pre-natal) or neo-natal (new-born) exposures to radiofrequency radiation and the increase in the incidents of autism. Another phenomenon reported by smart meter users was the absence of pollinators in their yards. Residents report the absence of bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and other small insects since the meters were installed. (Some studies are reporting that RF radiation may be a contributing factor to Colony Collapse Disorder experienced in beehives.) The American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) has released a report titled “Electromagnetic and Radiofrequency Fields Effect on Human Health” which warns people with a number of medical conditions to avoid smart meters and has also requested that the Public Utilities Commission of California impose “an immediate and complete moratorium on their [smart meter] use.” While the AAEM acknowledges that studies such as those conducted by Electric Power Research Institute and PG&E indicate that the meters are safe, the academy contends that “existing FCC guidelines for RF safety that have been used to justify installation of ‘smart meters’ only look at thermal tissue damage and are obsolete, since many modern studies show metabolic and genomic damage from RF and ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) exposures below the level of intensity which heats tissues.” Magda Havas, Ph.D., professor of Environmental & Resource Studies with Trent University in Ontario, Canada, said, “We are creating a potential time bomb. If smart meters are placed on every home, they will contribute significantly to our exposure and this is both unwise and unsafe.” Jerry Flynn is a retired Canadian armed forces captain. While in service, Flynn was in signal intelligence and radio warfare. Flynn started looking at the potential dangers from smart meters at the request of his daughter who has three children. Flynn was immediately concerned about the meters when he learned that the meters used wireless transmissions. He also learned that each smart meter has two radio transmitters inside, both transmitters pulsing microwave radiation which Flynn calls “the most dangerous [electromagnetic radiation] to the human brain.” Flynn’s time in the military included a period of time the Russians experimented on U.S. embassy staff. Flynn said that the U.S. embassy in Moscow was bombarded with EMF six to eight hours a day five days a week by the Soviets at power levels that were 1/100 of what the U.S. and Canada permit now. They experimented with the same microwave frequencies that come off of standard household wireless appliances. Between 1953 and 1976, the period of time the testing took place, two U.S. ambassadors died of cancer, one developed leukemia and eventually died from it; 16 women on the embassy staff developed breast cancer, and many others developed immune system disorders, high white blood cell counts, chronic fatigue, and muscle aches. Flynn said that the United States knew about the testing within a year, but didn’t warn the embassy staff. The U.S. sent researchers over to the embassy with their own monitoring equipment to monitor the tests for themselves. They wanted to also find out the effect of low-level, long-term, non-thermal radiation would have on humans. Flynn said it took 10 years for the embassy staff to be told of the testing. While most of the embassy staff was subjected to this radiation for a period of two to four years, Flynn points out that the exposure to radiation from a smart meter will be for the rest of your life. Surprisingly, there is a second transmitter in a smart meter, called a “Zigbee.” This is a transmitter that the utility companies are not talking about now. There are plans for this transmitter to control up to 15 other “smart appliances” in your home. (Anything with a motor on it will eventually be a smart appliance that could be your furnace, refrigerator, dishwasher or “any other thing with a motor.”) Flynn says these transmitters and smart appliances will be extremely dangerous, especially when used in addition to all the other wireless devices used such as cell phones, Wi-Fi routers, baby monitors, cordless phones – up to 30 devices that emit pulse radiation. It is interesting to note that Apple advises its customers, “When carrying iPhone, keep it 1.5 cm (5/8 inch) or more away from your body to ensure exposure levels remain at or below the maximum levels.” Lloyds of London refuses to underwrite cell phone manufacturers against the risk of damage to a user’s health. (Cell phones and all the above-mentioned wireless devices operate in the same part of the electromagnetic spectrum as smart meters.) All these sources of RF have evidence that they be harmful to one’s health. Smart meters may be especially dangerous since the effects of their use may not be fully appreciated. Olle Johansson, Ph.D. of the Department of Neuroscience with the Karolinska Institute in Solna, Sweden, stated, “The inauguration of smart meters with involuntary exposure of millions to billions of human beings to pulsed microwave radiation should immediately be prohibited.” Because of these potential dangers, 52 communities in British Columbia have asked that a moratorium be placed in the installation of smart meters in the province pending further study. Dr. Eilhu Richter, M.D., an associate professor at Hebrew University-Hadassah, has said, “Were these population-wide exposures to smart meters to be a part of a project carried out in a medical setting, to test the risks and benefits of a new technology on human health and well-being, it would be rejected … as an unethical exercise in human experimentation.” ___________

Editor’s Note: This article opens a series on smart meters and the technology that critics fear could allow utilities and government to monitor how and for what reason energy is used inside homes. Smart meters were a source of contention even before President George W. Bush signed the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, which aimed to “move the United States toward greater energy independence and security … and for other purposes.” It was those “other purposes” that pushed the smart grid and smart meters into the forefront of controversy. The bill authorized a “demonstration” of the Smart Electrical Grid and smart meters, the meters being singled out as the “integration of … smart metering technology.” Proponents for the meters say they make it easier for customers to balance their electrical usage by monitoring usage and moving demand to off-peak hours. For example, a homeowner may decide to do laundry very early in the morning or late at night rather during the middle of the day when electrical usage and rates are higher. Pacific Gas & Electric already implemented the smart meter system, which includes natural gas as well as electrical metering. PG&E is one of the largest combination natural gas and electric utilities in the United States. The utility provides natural gas and electricity to over 10 million customers in most of the northern two-thirds of California, ranging from Bakersfield to the Oregon border. Their trademarked “SmartMeter” system collects electric and natural gas usage data from both homes and businesses and transmits the information back to the utility company via wireless communication. The gas usage is reported every 24 hours while the electrical usage and the usage billing rate is sent to the utility company every 15 minutes. Future plans call for fully automated home energy management systems as well. For customers who do not wish to have smart meters installed in their home or business, PG&E is offering a SmartMeter Opt-Out program. For an initial charge of $75 and $10 per month, customers can have their meters read manually. That PG&E even offers the program is a measure of the level of concern some people have with the program. In July 2012, PG&E CEO, Tony Earley acknowledged that PG&E had “lost its way” and needed to regain the trust of its customers. In early 2011, PG&E issued a report of the results of the program. For the period of 2007-2010, the benefits of the PG&E SmartMeter program were estimated to be $125 million, while the project cost was estimated to be more than $2 billion. PG&E and others justify the costs a number of ways. The biggest reason is “anthropogenic (man-made) global warming.” Those who believe there is an increase in the average temperature of the earth, and that man is the cause, believe a reduction of electrical usage  can stop the warming of the planet. Electricity is generated primarily by natural gas and coal fired power plants that emit CO2, which some believe contributes to global warming. Others justify the costs based on the elusive goal of total energy independence from foreign energy sources. Smart meters are just part of a grand plan to reduce dependence on foreign oil by using less electricity in homes and businesses and using the extra power plant capacity to power electric cars. PG&E is not the only company that is touting the advantages of smart meters. Utility companies across the country, as well as Europe, are moving ahead with plans to install smart meters throughout their respective systems. The smart-meter program, though, has its critics, and they are both numerous and vocal as an earlier WND article outlined. One of the concerns is the cost. Proponents of smart meters say that giving immediate information to utility customers on their energy usage will make them more aware of their energy consumption and will consume less power as a result. That information, however, doesn’t come cheap. As can be seen from the PG&E example, a smart meter program may take decades before it pays for itself. That payback figure may take even longer than expected due to recent natural gas finds in the United States. Energy companies have found themselves in a natural gas glut that has depressed prices to the lowest levels in a decade. These depressed energy prices should reduce electricity costs for consumers, making smart meters less attractive. In addition, in most cases, the customer would have to bear the cost of setting up a home network to access the information in the meter and monitor their power consumption. The utility company is interested in harvesting the billing information for the electricity coming into the house. They are not interested in how it is used, at least for now. The argument for using smart meters to stem global warming is also losing its appeal as doubts have arisen about the entire global warming issue, and it is taking a back burner to the economic problems in the country. There is also a concern among both customers and utility companies about the security of the meters. At this year’s Black Hat computer hacking conference, two smart meter hacking tools were demonstrated. While these “hacks” could be used to check for smart meter vulnerabilities, such as password strength levels, they could also be used by a customer or a third party to commit fraud. According to Spencer McIntyre, a member of a team that developed the hacking tools, “Our tool is framework-extensible by the community: It’s completely open source. … Being able to write and read from a meter … could be used for fraud, which is a large concern for power companies.” Other privacy advocates are worried that smart meters and smart home networks may be used for more than just monitoring energy usage. Power companies (and governments) may use the meters to cut power to home with a series of keystrokes. Insurance companies are another source of concern for utility customers. If the data gathered by smart meters is obtained by insurance companies, they could use that information to generate a profile of a person’s living habits. For example, if a customer shows a spike in their electricity usage at 2 a.m. on a regular basis, an insurance company could infer that the customer stays out late at night in a bar and could be driving home drunk. Their insurance rates could increase accordingly, unbeknownst to the customer, who actually works the night shift at a local factory. If someone installs a smart network in their home with smart meters on their electrical appliances, even more detailed information could be obtained about thecustomer. The largest concerns however, are the health and safety effects of the meters. Several lawsuits have been filed over the safety aspects of these meters. Cases have been reported in which the meters have burst into flames. One complaint stated that the meters have defective components, can overheat to the point of failure and have defective internal components that can lead to combustion. Other, more serious complaints revolve around the negative health effects of the meters. Electric customers with smart meters have complained about having health problems. Among them are difficulty sleeping, headaches, ringing in the ears, disorientation and unexplained stress. One person has complained: “I have been suffering since the (smart meter) installation of three meters in my (apartment) complex … I now have fatigue and headaches, nausea unexplained and nosebleeds at the oddest times for no other reason. … Our entire country … is now a sea of massive radiation from the thousands of smart meters now installed.” Another customer reported: “I am plagued with various health issues because of the smart meters, such as insomnia, constant headaches, blurred vision and ringing in my ears, and other various aches and pains. I understand that others are suffering from various health issues throughout the state and country as well. I do not want this device on my home or in my neighborhood. … I want this smart meter removed now!” While government officials, power company representatives and researchers all discount the relationship between physical ailments and smart meters, the number of widespread complaints about smart meters warrant further investigation.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2012/12/watching-out-for-governments-other-purposes/#BhXflae6YqTFk56k.99 ___________ Smart meters turn incendiary. Create combustible combination when attached to homes.

Editor’s Note: This is the second article in series about smart meters and the technology that critics fear could allow utilities and government to monitor how and for what reason energy is used inside your home. The first article explained the “other purposes” government has for the technology. For all the benefits touted by smart meter proponents, there are some disturbing facts surfacing about their installation and use. Concerns with smart meters run the gamut from cost and security to safety, health and privacy risks. The potential danger to the physical health of a homeowner has drawn a lot of attention recently. Smart-meter installations have been associated with several fires in British Columbia in the last few years. In August, fire crews were called to a home in Coquitlam, B.C., over problems with the utility company’s meter. The incident came the day after another house in the area burned down following the installation of a smart meter. According to CBC News, Bill Strain, a Surrey, B.C., electrical contractor, said that there can be problems if the mounting plate the meter fits into is old or damaged. “If moisture entered into the [meter base], there could be corrosion, rusting or any number of things,” he said. The problems with smart meters in Canada are known well outside of British Columbia. A report issued from the Ontario Fire Marshall’s office stated “initial research [showed] an unusual amount of fire incidents involving smart meters.” The report went on to state, “Anecdotal information supported problems occurred after the old analog meters were updated to the new digital smart meters.” Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. also reported five cases of overheating meters in hearings before the Maryland Public Service Commission. Both Commonwealth Edison and Peco Energy Company found in preliminary investigations that overheating was caused not by the meters themselves but by problems with wiring in the homes. That has led Peco to install software that will shut off meters automatically and sound an alarm if they overheat. ComEd says it cannot do the same thing because its meters are made by a different company. Even though it said it has seen no evidence of faulty design with its GE-made meters, ComEd now is performing daily “temperature scans” on its installed smart meters, allowing it to identify “heat-related issues” and address them before they become problems. A proposed opt-out program for ComEd customers has largely become moot since the Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC) agreed to allow ComEd to delay the implementation of the smart meter program until 2015 due to the commission’s cut in funding for the project. While the utility companies have found that any reported fires associated with smart meters are not the fault of the meters themselves, evidence keeps popping up that there are issues with the devices. Peco Energy Company, also owned by Commonwealth Edison, reported a fire in Bucks County, Pa., that has also been attributed to a smart meter malfunction. The fire led Peco to halt installation of the meters while it investigates the cause of this and 28 other reports of the devices overheating and catching fire. The Philadelphia Inquirer also noted that the Peco has quietly stopped referring to the devices as “smart meters.” After noting that a mailing to customers left out the term altogether, an AP report quoted Peco spokeswoman Cathy Engel Menendez as saying: “We did spend a lot of time talking to customers before we rolled out the project and found that the term ‘smart meter’ really seemed to mean something different to everyone.” WXYZ-TV in Detroit reported that Bonnie and Owen Medd of Ann Arbor, Mich., never had a problem with their electric meter until DTE Energy replaced it with smart meter. After the meter was installed, it exploded. “The DTE man told me we were very lucky our house didn’t go up in flames,” said Bonnie. However, DTE officials said the problem lay with the old wiring in their home built only 10 years ago, rather than the meter. An opt-out program for customers has been proposed, subject to approval, by the Michigan Public Service Commission. The WXYZ report also found similar incidents of fires across the country. Sister station WPTV in West Palm Beach, Fla., has covered several fires linked in part to smart meters. The evidence of smart meters being a fire hazard keeps mounting. Elizabeth Copeland-White in DeKalb County, Ga., reported that a smart meter exploded and caught fire to her home, causing $11,000 worth of damage. (See the evidence) In Chicago, smart meters were identified as being the cause of several fires in suburban homes in which Commonwealth Edison installed the devices. Other smart meters were found to overheat severely while in service. “ComEd has experienced three smart meter events that resulted in damage to metering equipment and to the immediate area around the meter due to small fires,” the utility said in a statement responding to questions from Crain’s Chicago Business. In July, a Houston woman blamed a smart meter for a fire that devastated her home. KHOU-TV news received a document that appears to be from the Houston Fire Department that stated that the source of the fire was from “an unspecified electrical malfunction in the electrical meter.” Norman Lambe, a California-based Insurance adjuster, believes there is a problem with the meters. “For myself, as an adjuster, I believe the smart meters are a real threat to the safety of your home, business and property. I have personally worked two large homeowner fires in which the smart meters were determined as responsible. Also, they have been responsible for several small fires in which appliances and computers have been destroyed.” As evidence of the potential health and fire dangers from smart meters keep mounting, there are calls for utility companies to implement an opt-in smart meter program rather than an opt-out. For Bonnie Medd, being charged for an opt-out program is unfair. “For me to pay to have peace of mind is wrong,” she said.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2012/12/smart-meters-turn-incendiary/#RyXoxP02fMujECxv.99 ___________ http://citizensforsafetechnology.org/Legal-Removal-of-Hydro-One-Ontario-Smart-Meters,73,2564 Smart Meter Action Kit This “Smart Meter” Action Kit contains valuable information about so-called “Smart Meters.”  Conveniently, this information is being withheld by hydro and power authorities in hopes that deployment will go ahead unchallenged, without sufficient research into the health, safety and security issues involved. SMART METER ACTION KIT OVERVIEW AND INTRODUCTION MAILING ADDRESS for BC HYDRO SMART METER CLASS ACTION: Coalition to Stop Smart Meters PO Box 52061 Beacon Ave. RPO Sidney, BC V8L 5V9 EMAIL ADDRESS for registration or letters to BCUC: commission.secretary@bcuc.com EMAIL ADDRESS for BC HYDRO / Greg Reimer greg.reimer@bchydro.com ____________ Legal Removal of Hydro One (Ontario) Smart Meters HTML5 3This is an update on the legal removal of your Hydro One (Ontario) Smart Meter and what happened to me . . . Why you should be concerned: Watch on Youtube “The Dark Side Of Smart Meters“, Jerry Day in California. Barry Trower and his absolutely incredible interview (Watch all 11 parts) Go to my Facebook group SAY NO TO SMART METERS! and join with one voice! . . . Stand up for your constitutional rights! View Video ___________ http://smartmeterskill.com

Creepy Smart Meter language?

This is what your evil smart meter sounds like. Close your eyes, and recall the sounds of an alien scifi movie. All electrical/electronic devives unplugged in house. Only a laptop was plugged into AC power for test. Loud power surge sound is smart meter finding/attaching to device/seizing control, then starts talking to it, reading laptop data, and is very capable of using your laptop to pulse out data it sends to the device.  its a two way doorway of control into your life in your home! The meter sniffs out all devices wired and wrireless, attaches to it, reads and feeds if it can. Its language lives in the brain’s 6 cycle per second alpha beta waves area, its messin with yah in a royal big time way, plus mega privacy issues!

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EMF pulses from Smart Meter

Magnetic leakage probe picking up the smart meters EMF bursts in every room of the house. All electronic/electrical devices are unplugged.

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Replacing A Smart Meter With A Safe Analog Meter Yourself!

Uploaded by  on Dec 4, 2011 REPLACE IT YOURSELF! Your “SMART METER” is a surveillance device that monitors your “energy consumption behavior” and it emits biologically destructive “pulsed” radiation in your home. NEWS FLASH: Your power company has no easement (rightful access) to do that!!



1) A safe, standard and traditional “ANALOG ELECTRIC METER” (above) which is compatible with 90% of all homes and small businesses. Unless your electrical service is unusually large or specialized this meter will be compatible for replacement. 2) The MOUNTING RING that secures the meter in place. 3) A TAMPERING-INDICATOR CLIP 4) LEGAL NOTICE TEMPLATE (Word file on a CD). You add your info and send it to your power company to secure your legal authority to replace your meter yourself and remove the “Smart Meter”. 5) INSTRUCTIONS on how to fill out and send the Notice. 6) INSTRUCTIONS to help you replace your meter lawfully and safely. 7) A link to an online VIDEO showing how meter replacement can be done. 8) A weather-resistant tag to notice and warn your power company not to tamper with your safe and sane meter.

Available at http://www.FreedomTaker.com

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Show me the evidence!

by Care Dec 28, 2011 What some skeptics have been waiting for. Independent information, not to be confused with pre-digested filtered pap provided by a utility corporation with a vested interest in keeping hidden far too many unpleasant facts, and by use of profitable persuasion which, when unmasked, reveals legislation that leaves you no option to say NO, not only the absence of democratic choice, but coercion, force and lies. Awareness is half the battle. Ironically, owing to the intrusion of Smart Meters into their lives, people ARE becoming more aware of Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) and, even beyond that, to the overall existence of “electrosmog”.  And, increasing evidence is mounting for the effects of EMR on humans and other life forms–don’t forget the plants and animals of our planet. The following is a link to six excellent audios which, for those attempting to enlighten their friends and neighbours, members of their school boards, councils, health practitioners–even hardened naysayers–might be good starting points.  I thought I was getting pretty much up to speed with a lot of this stuff, but these audios are real ear-openers! http://electrosensitivityuk.podbean.com Of the six audios I would recommend listening to them in this order: Dr. Andrew Goldworthy (Interview) – on the actual biological mechanism whereby electrosensitivity occurs Camilla Rees – of http://electromagnetichealth.org/audio-archives-and-more/#levitt (well worth a visit) speaking to Dr. Ronald Hoffman MD on electromagnetic health, and what’s happening world-wide. Fevzi Turkalp – The Gadget Detective about cordless phones and other sources of electrosmog. Dr. Andrew Goldworthy (Conference) – a talk given by Dr Andrew Goldsworthy at the ES conference in October 2009.  He discusses the underlying mechanisms of the many symptoms associated with Electro sensitivity. George Carlo Irish Radio – Here is a short clip of George Carlo on Irish radio, being given a bit of a grilling by the presenter. Burlington vs. Fox – Electrosensitivity-UK Chairman Michael Bevington argues that claims of scare mongering by electrosensitivity charities are unjustified and that the dangers and practical difficulties of uncontrolled electromagnetic exposure are being underestimated. Co-author of the Sense About Science brochure, Making Sense Of Radiation, Elaine Fox (Essex Study) argues otherwise.




Are you, too, at risk of becoming becoming sensitized? So, you think you are immune to the effects of EMR, that you will be able to adapt and weather the rapidly increasing electro-smog which now envelops us at home, at work, at school, at the medical clinic, at the community hall, while shopping, while sleeping.  Well, think again! Although, only 3% – 8% of populations have been identified as being as electrohypersensitive, specialists in the field of EMR research have estimated that, by 2017 that, figure could increase to as high as 50%.  Hard to believe?  Regardless, we are going to see an increasing percentage of people succumbing to the effects of ER.   This suggests that the cells of those who now consider themselves immune, are ever so gradually, succumbing to the effects of exposure to microwave radiation on a 24/7 basis. Over time…?  For some, as with victims of brain cancer due to cell and cordless phone usage, there may be no warning before sudden onset of advanced symptoms. The “precautionary” principle suggests that those who are concerned should reduce their risks by altering their habits.  They can start by limiting the use of their cell phones (or by texting), returning to corded phone sets (AT&T offers a great speaker phone), use ethernet cable in place of WiFi–and removing WiFi from schools such as in France–to connect their electronic devices, turn off Blue Tooth, and…oppose Smart Meters! Incurable cell/mobile phone users might consider switching to an air tube headset: http://www.air2hear.co.uk Good luck on whatever path you choose to follow but before you decide please try to remember this is also a decision about the health of the entire ecosystem from which we are all inseparable, so this is a serious decision which you are making, not simply a personal preference decision..

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Smart Meters Being Funded by the US Military?

Was the US Military involved in ‘smart’ meter R&D? New documents suggest just that. The utility companies have described their installation of ‘smart’ meters as a “deployment.”  They have called those of us peacefully defending the safety and health of the public “insurgents.” At times, scenes of the public physically blocking military-style smart meter installations conjure up images of wartime.   But is the smart meter program actually being funded by the military?  Is the “smart grid” somehow linked with military research and development?  That’s what documents unearthed and analyzed by Las Vegas activist and firebrand Angel de Fazio would seem to suggest. Under a FOIA request, Angel obtained a document that details a nearly 300 million dollar grant from the federal government to NV Energy to install smart meters.  On the “authorization” line it refers to two funding sources:  31 USC 6304 and 10 USC 2358.   “31 USC 6304? is a relatively straightforward designation on “using  grant agreements.”  But do a search for “10 USC 2358? and you will find it identified as “US Armed Forces Research and Development Projects” Now at StopSmartMeters.Org we’re not the first ones to call “conspiracy” at the slightest suspicion of impropriety.  Yet this discovery raises important questions about the hasty and undemocratic smart meter installations, about the smart meters that have been spying on people and making thousands sick in their own homes from pulsed radiation. It’s become fairly clear to anyone involved in this fight- that this is not just simply a utility meter upgrade.  There is more to these devices than meets the eye. Given recent events, we believe there are valid reasons to be rather alarmed by Angel’s chance discovery, and at the very least the public deserves an explanation of why the military would be involved in a domestic utility project.  Some of those recent events include: 1.  Last week the US Senate approved the National Defense Authorization Act which would allow the military to detain any US Citizen indefinitely without trial or charges within the United States. 2.  Within the last month, the US Army has stationed an active unit on domestic duty within the United States- in order to deal with “civil unrest” and crowd control. 3.  There is growing evidence that US Homeland Security helped to coordinate the brutal crackdowns on the Occupy encampments in major US cities over the past few weeks. We stated publicly in August 2010 that we believe the smart meter program is an attack on the public, and that we the people must mobilize to defend ourselves.  Today, thanks to the diligent investigative efforts of grassroots activists, we have evidence that the US military may in fact be linked with this “deployment.”

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