This article highlights a portion of a recent program on the Ralph Nader Radio Hour. The program aired on Saturday, September 27, 2014, on KPFK in California. About 15 minutes were devoted to the issue of smart meters, focusing primarily on the aspect of invasion of privacy.
The Navy hopes to post three camper-sized trucks with electromagnetic-radiation equipment on the Olympic Peninsula to conduct war exercises with military aircraft from 15 sites.
Last Monday evening, more than 20 residents spoke out at the city council meeting of this San Antonio, Texas, suburb where municipal utility CPS Energy plans an imminent installation of smart meters. After hearing from dozens of residents, the city council voted during closed session to send a letter to CPS asking for a 1 year moratorium on any smart meter installations within the city.
It is not a surprise that when Sensus investigated its own 'smart' meter products, it found that its meters were not the cause of the fires and property damage. What caught our attention, however, was this admission (notwithstanding the somewhat ambiguous pronoun reference): "Our experience has shown that these issues are systemic in the industry." Are they referring to the 'smart' meter fires or to something else? You decide.
This Is Not A Tree
is one man's video journey to understand the new grid of cell towers, and cell sites that have sprung up in the beginning of the 21st century. This Is Not A Tree
questions the notion that cell phones in our pocket, up to our head, WiFi at home, work, schools, and cell towers all around us are perfectly safe.
Nevada state regulators decided Monday to launch a preliminary investigation into whether the 1.1 million smart meters installed on homes across the state by NV Energy pose a fire danger, demanding the utility turn over data on meter failures, the number of fires associated with the meters, any lawsuits involving the meters and internal investigation documents on meter fires.
What can we do about Smart Meters? What MUST we do about them? Here is all the information you need laid out. It's time to take back our privacy, our health, and the relationship we're supposed to have with companies who SERVE us.
Imperial College researchers have launched a three-year study, the largest in the world, to investigate whether mobile devices affect children's cognitive development. It will look for the effects of electromagnetic radiation and for "brain training" through social media, gaming and the rest.
After recently reporting on smart meter-related fires in Australia, Canada, Pennsylvania, Oregon, and Florida, the latest reports are coming out of Nevada. This appears to be a continuation of the “Domino Effect” described at this website in late August.
Installing smart meters in every house in the UK will save consumers "only 2%" on their annual bills, a committee of MPs has warned. The Committee also said that some of the technology is likely to be out of date by the time it is installed.