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Smart meter advocates typically use public relation slogans like, “There is ‘no credible evidence’ that smart meters pose any health risk.” Is this true?
We attended a meeting on rate increases last night in Portola, California, and PSREC General Manager Bob Marshall grew very agitated when he realized I was filming the meeting and my partner’s comments about our illegal disconnection. Which is strange because they seem to have no problem filming us.
PSREC has been sending their employees by today to photograph StopSmartMeters.org director Josh Hart's house from the street, in an apparent attempt at intimidation, following last Wednesday's illegal power cut.
To raise awareness of cell phone radiation, D-Sen. Josh Green of Kona, Ka‘u introduced Senate Bill SB 2571, a measure calling for cell phones sold in Hawaii to come with a prominent health warning -- similar to what smokers see on the sides of cigarette packages to warn them of danger.
Charges have been dismissed against one of two Naperville women who stood in the way of crews attempting to install wireless, electronic smart meters on their homes in January 2013.
This afternoon at 2pm, Plumas Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative (PSREC) trespassed on our property and (after unsuccessfully trying to install a “smart” meter) disconnected the power to our home though we have paid every penny of our electricity usage in full.
Safety standards only considered tissue heating; they left out the fact that intricate electrical systems are electromagnetically induced. Ohm’s law wasn't considered and it wasn't understood that cell voltages in your body are changed.
A fast-moving apartment building fire occurred on Thursday, February 6, 2014, in Bensalem, Pennsylvania when at least one smart meter exploded and caught fire.
Plumas Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative (PSREC) is threatening to disconnect our electricity. We have paid every penny of power we use on time, and in full. So what’s going on?