Monthly Archives: January 2013

Smart Meters: Fiscal Irresponsibility

This is a very good little zinger of a video: Allow 4 min: Note: Naperville is a self-regulating, city owned utility. They are arresting those who resist smart meter installation. Thanks to http://www.napervillesmartmeterawareness.org for this video.

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EMR Action Day Seeks Personal Stories re: Electromagnetism and Electrosensitivity…

EMR Action Day is open to those who would like to tell their personal stories (with whatever privacy they wish) for the section called “Our Stories.” This is not only for electrosensitive people. Anyone with a story about encounters with … Continue reading

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Naperville Armed Police Assist Forced “Smart” Meter Deployment- Two mothers arrested

The following is re-posted information from Stop Smart Meters! http://stopsmartmeters.org/2013/01/23/two-mothers-arrested-as-naperville-armed-police-assist-forced-smart-meter-deployment-on-private-homes/ and EMF Safety Network http://emfsafetynetwork.org/?p=9218. Please support these two courageous mothers! (ILLINOIS) From Naperville Smart Meter Awareness (NSMA): Two Naperville mothers were arrested today in conjunction with the forced installation … Continue reading

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ARE YOU LIVING CLOSE TO ‘CANCER GENERATOR’?

[CHASM comment: Putting aside the recurrent use of the useless and misleading word “concern,” this is an informative article.] Symptoms include headaches, nausea, sleep disturbances, fatigue http://www.wnd.com/2013/01/are-you-living-close-to-cancer-generator/ Many people are concerned about devices that generate RF radiation, such as cell … Continue reading

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BioInitiative Report 2012

Please see the new (2012) Bioinitiative Report Conclusions: http://www.bioinitiative.org/report/conclusions/ [CHASM Comment: The final line is most unfortunate in its language “or raise” [effects levels], and will certainly be a prominent focus in future litigation; as it admits 1800+ studies could … Continue reading

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Smart power meters coming to Manatee County

http://www.wfla.com/story/20508122/smart-meters-coming-to-manatee-county Florida Power & Light customers in Manatee County will soon have “smart meters” installed to measure their energy use. The new digital meters, which will replace old ones affixed to houses and apartment complexes, contain a radio device that … Continue reading

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[VERMONT] State to study ‘smart meter’ concerns

http://www.timesargus.com/article/20130102/NEWS03/701029913 By Peter Hirschfeld MONTPELIER — State officials will hire an expert early this year to help determine whether Vermonters have any reason to fear the wireless “smart meters” being affixed to homes across the state. A request for proposals … Continue reading

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Production of 75-watt bulbs to be phased out

[CHASM Comment: If the “replacements” for the incandescent bulbs are mercury-containing compact fluorescent lamp (CFL), then add this scheme to the list of “environmental” transformations of dubious environmental benefit.] http://www.wsoctv.com/news/news/local/production-75-watt-bulbs-be-phased-out/nTkHK/ WASHINGTON — Homeowners looking to replace some 75-watt light bulbs … Continue reading

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SMART METERS TURN INCENDIARY

Create combustible combination when attached to homes Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2012/12/smart-meters-turn-incendiary/ EXCERPT: The WXYZ report also found similar incidents of fires across the country. Sister station WPTV in West Palm Beach, Fla., has covered several fires linked in part to … Continue reading

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WATCHING OUT FOR GOVERNMENT’S ‘OTHER PURPOSES’

Smart-meter technology distrusted for expense, privacy, health concerns Read more: http://www.wnd.com/2012/12/watching-out-for-governments-other-purposes/ EXCERPT: Proponents of smart meters say that giving immediate information to utility customers on their energy usage will make them more aware of their energy consumption and will consume … Continue reading

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