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Kaiser Permanente Research Division: “Unknown does not mean safe”

De-Kun Li, MD, PhD, MPH, is a senior research scientist at the Division of Research, Kaiser Permanente Northern California.  Dr. Li was invited to provide his professional opinion concerning the safety of Smart Meters.  In this letter, Dr. Li clearly states that there are no national or international standards for safety levels of radiofrequency and […]

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AAEM: Smart Meter Case Series

Smart Meters Case Series, is an endorsement of a “well documented 92 case series [of smart meter exposures] that is scientifically valid.”   The symptoms reported in this case series closely correlate not only with the clinical findings of environmental physicians, but also with the scientific literature. Many of the symptoms reported including fatigue, headaches, […]

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AAEM: WiFi in Schools & Public Places Risks Widespread Public Health Hazard

On November 14, 2013, the American Academy of Environmental Medicine issued a statement regarding wireless radiofrequency radiation in schools. The AAEM strongly supports the use of wired Internet connections, and encourages avoidance of radiofrequency such as from WiFi, cellular and mobile phones and towers, and “smart meters.” … The peer reviewed, scientific literature demonstrates the […]

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Former Microsoft Canada President Calls Wireless Radiation “Our Biggest Modern Health Threat”

Former Microsoft Canada President Calls Wireless Radiation “Our Biggest Modern Health Threat”

Former Microsoft Canada President Calls Wireless Radiation “Our Biggest Modern Health Threat”. We are convinced that there is nothing less than the future of our children at stake. Well-known as the leader of Microsoft Canada, Frank Clegg’s latest article “INVISIBLE THREAT: The Link Between Wireless Radiation and a Host of Serious Illnesses” is published in […]

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Health Sypmtoms After Smart Meter Installation

Symptoms Resulting from Exposure to Radiofrequency/Microwave Radiation from Smart Meters

Many of the biological effects associated with radiofrequency/microwave radiation either cannot be sensed at all, such as a loss of male fertility, or cannot be sensed until an advanced state of disease has been reached, such as cancer. A broad range of biological effects, both those that can be sensed and those that cannot be […]

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Comments submitted to the FCC by Dr. Paul Dart

I am part of a medical advisory group that has spent the last 18 months researching the current medical literature on the biological or “non-thermal” effects of microwave radio frequency transmissions, in an effort to assist the Eugene Water and Electric Board in making prudent decisions on their choices of technology as they consider installing […]

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Report: Biological Effects from RF Radiation at Low-Intensity Exposure, based on the BioInitiative 2012 Report, and the Implications for Smart Meters and Smart Appliances

Physicist Ronald M. Powell (Ph.D., Harvard University, 1975), in lay terms, explains the implications of the BioInitiative 2012 Report for Smart Meters and Smart Appliances.  He compares the low RF power density levels at which biological effects were reported in the RF Color Charts in the Report to the calculated RF power density levels that […]

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Attorney General Lisa Madigan: {Smart Meters} Too Expensive for Consumers

Lisa Madigan Opinion Editorial: ComEd Experiment Too Expensive for Consumers Chicago Tribune, June 21, 2011 | Link to article >> Last month, as the Illinois General Assembly’s spring session rushed to a close, ComEd, Ameren and their army of lobbyists were able to muscle a bill through the legislature that will mean a decade of […]

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Attorney General Jepsen urges state regulators to reject CL&P’s plan to replace electric meters with Smart Meters

On Thursday, February 8, 2011, Attorney General George Jepsen released the following letter: HARTFORD – Connecticut Light & Power Co.’s plan to replace existing electric meters with advanced technology would be very expensive and would not save enough electricity for its 1.2 million customers to justify the expense, Attorney General George Jepsen said Tuesday. Jepsen made the comments […]

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