This article provides a sampling of evidence that correlates 'smart' meters to fire incidents.
Plans to force British households to have energy smart meters installed have been shelved over health and privacy fears.
Luis Hernan has produced a series of photographs that show the strength of wireless signals according to color.
For years, anyone who suggested that the new electronic, Wi-Fi-capable "smart" electricity meters were devices that could be used to snoop on the unsuspecting public was labeled a crazy conspiracy nut. But, as is often the case, those people weren't off their rockers; they were prophetic.
On the evening of June 16th, 2014, the Board of Education for the Naperville, Illinois School District 203 met to discuss a “Proposed Cell Tower Lease at Lincoln and Kennedy Junior High Schools.”
Wireless communication is now being implemented in our daily life in a very fast way. At the same time, it is becoming more and more obvious that the exposure to electromagnetic fields not only may induce acute thermal effects to living organisms, but also non-thermal effects, the latter often after longer exposures. This has been demonstrated in a very large number of studies and includes cellular DNA-damage, disruptions and alterations of cellular functions like increases in intracellular stimulatory pathways and calcium handling, disruption of tissue structures like the blood-brain barrier, impact on vessel and immune functions, and loss of fertility.
Nothing is more frightening to me than is the prospect of being forced to have a wireless Smart Meter installed on my home and for my wife and me to be forced to live in a wireless Smart Meter-based ‘meshed-grid-community.’
There‘s a lot of talk about grid security and data privacy in the energy industry, but very little about the consequences of what happens if smart meters go wrong. By going wrong, I don‘t just mean people attempting to hack their meters to reduce their bills. That will probably happen. I‘m more interested in the nightmare scenario when several million electricity meters suddenly disconnect.
Posted by Bob Parro on 6/6/2014
A national awareness campaign urges pregnant women to take simple steps to reduce a baby’s exposure to wireless radiation.
The utility industry's argument that smart (AMR, ERT) meters are safe must be rejected, because it ... is done in an isolated laboratory, divorced from the context in which these meters are intended to be used, connected to the wiring in a home or business.