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GAO: Hacking ‘smart’ meters can disrupt the electricity grid and FERC not monitoring compliance with ‘voluntary’ standards

by K.T. Weaver, SkyVision Solutions On October 21, 2015, Gregory C. Wilshusen, U. S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), Director for Information Security Issues, presented Congressional testimony to the Subcommittees on Energy and Research and Technology, Committee on Science, Space, and … Continue reading

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Listing of Website Articles with Links

This webpage provides a complete listing of the articles posted to this website, so that the website visitor can more easily browse article titles and links for possible reading without having to first display the entire article.  At last count … Continue reading

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Congressional Hearing: Smart Meters Present Vulnerabilities to the Grid Due to “Smart Technology” and “Lots of Access Points”

by K.T. Weaver, SkyVision Solutions  The U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology Subcommittee on Oversight and the Subcommittee on Energy held a joint hearing titled Examining Vulnerabilities of America’s Power Supply on September 10, 2015. The … Continue reading

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NLRB Case Files and Judge’s Decision Confirm Smart Meter Fires

by K.T. Weaver, SkyVision Solutions, Updated August 2, 2016 In the original story from 2015, I indicated that Oncor was in the process of appealing the ALJ decision.  Based upon a Decision and Order dated July 29, 2016, Oncor lost … Continue reading

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“Cell Phones Cause Cancer,” said Jimmy Gonzalez (1972-2014)

Attorney Jimmy Gonzalez gave testimony to the Florida Pembroke Pines Commission in October 2012 to petition the City to issue a Resolution raising awareness of the health risks of cell phone radiation. Based upon the presentation shown below, Pembroke Pines … Continue reading

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Urgent Need for Smart Meter Health and Safety Legislation

[Editor Note:  This blog article consists of a document authored by Richard H. Conrad, Ph.D., posted with permission for this website, intended as a possible letter addressed to state legislators regarding the urgent need for wireless smart meter health and safety legislation.  Dr. Conrad … Continue reading

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Maine Releases Seriously Flawed and Biased Report on Smart Meter Health and Safety Issues

On March 26, 2014, three (3) hearing examiners for the state of Maine Public Utilities Commission released a seriously flawed and biased report (and Appendix) concluding that the “installation and operation of … smart meters and related devices and systems are … Continue reading

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A Review of the Smart Meter “No Credible Evidence” Health Effects Controversy

Smart meter advocates typically use public relation slogans like, “There is ‘no credible evidence’ that smart meters pose any health risk.” To objectively address the “no credible evidence” health effects claim, an industry position will be stated and then evaluated.

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Smart Meter “Malfunction” Causes Pennsylvania Apartment Building Fire

Original Story: 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.  Thirty (30) residents were displaced by the ensuing blaze at Bensalem’s Thunder Hollow apartments.  Sixteen (16) apartments were … Continue reading

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Should People Be Allowed to Drive Cars?

As a follow-up to a blog posting entitled, U.S. Proceeding with Mandatory Wireless ‘Vehicle to Vehicle’ Communications, additional information has been uncovered that would support the assertion that the ultimate goal of government technocrats would be to build an infrastructure to … Continue reading

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