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Monthly Archives: June 2013
Garic Schoen, a Maryland resident, submitted testimony to the members of the Economic Matters Committee on March 14, 2013, the date of the HB 1038 “Smart Meter Opt Out without Penalty” hearing. Mr. Schoen experienced adverse health effects following a Smart Meter … Continue reading
The American Policy Center (APC), has produced a comprehensive special report entitled “Sustainable Development and the Control of Energy (The growing battle over Smart Meters).” As described by the APC, “This report details the real reasons behind the government’s enforcement … Continue reading
Introduction: A Congressional report was released May 21, 2013, entitled, “Electric Grid Vulnerability, Industry Responses Reveal Security Gaps.” The report listed two (2) cyber security-related findings: Finding 1: The electric grid is the target of numerous and daily cyber-attacks. Finding 2: Most … Continue reading
Kristin Fisher reports on February 27, 2013, for WUSA, Channel 9, in Washington, D.C., about people who have Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS). Ms. Fisher travels to Green Bank, West Virginia, where wireless technology is outlawed because of the Green Bank Telescope. The area is protected from … Continue reading
Overall, this posting has a short and to the point message: If you don’t want the type of world pictured below, then you are going to have to start speaking up more to make your opinions known. … Otherwise, this is … Continue reading
This posting is intended to highlight a new report published by Ronald M. Powell (Ph.D., Harvard University, 1975), entitled, “Biological Effects from RF Radiation at Low-Intensity Exposure, Based on the BioInitiative 2012 Report, and the Implications for Smart Meters and … Continue reading
by K.T. Weaver, SkyVision Solutions, Updated October 25, 2018 Introduction When installing wireless smart meters in the neighborhood, utilities typically attempt to downplay customer concerns with so-called “Fact Sheets” and marketing campaigns. One of the issues normally deals with answering … Continue reading
If you value your privacy, use “smart appliances” with extreme caution.