'I suspect we will be objecting to the mast,' he said. 'Apart from the health risks, bits of green land like this lift the spirits. 'It's one of the nice things about Loughton that we still have a lot of green bits.' He said that mobile phone companies ...
LOUGHTON: Mobile phone giant bids to overturn ruling blocking mast outside Oaklands Primary School
Epping Forest Guardian
By Tom Porter
MOBILE phone giants are going over the head of the council in their attempt to build a new mast two yards from a primary school. A joint application from Vodafone and O2 was submitted in March this year for the 11.8 metre mast at the...
The nimbyism point on mobile phone masts is well made by David Graham-Service (Letters, March 23). It highlights the apparent double standards of the objectors' camp. However, the postition of the owner/occupiers of land where the controversial mast is ...
Re: 'PG&E Offers Critics Option To Turn Off Smart Meters.' This option will not work. I know this to be true.
In June, 2009, although I had no idea that a 'smart' meter emitted radiation, I began feeling ill. After many months and much discomfort, I began researching my symptoms. I learned that the 'smart' meter on my home might be making me sick.
On March 4, 2010, at my insistence and with a doctors note, Con Edison replaced that 'smart' meter with another 'smart' meter, which they said had no antenna for remote reading. This, they told me was the kind used in New York City because in cities the meters are so close to each other that they would malfunction and read each other, if they had the antenna for remote reading.
For the next week I became so sick I thought I was going to die, especially scary were the heart palpitations, ear buzzing and nightmares.
On March 12, 2010, finally, Con Edison removed the second 'smart' meter and replaced it with an analog meter. Within hours the worst of the symptoms began to subside. No more nightmares at all and I have not had one since.
My terrible ear buzzing began to subside and the heart palpitations completely stopped, while I was at home.
Now, along with many others across the U.S., who have been injured by the radiation from 'smart' meters, I suffer from radio wave sickness. I am fine as long as I am not exposed to radio wave radiation from all wireless equipment and some electric appliances. I had none of this before being injured by the radiation from both 'smart' meters.
The proposal from PG&E will not work. 'Smart' meters are a dangerous mistake. They emit radio frequency radiation throughout homes and neighborhoods, even if they do not have remote antennas.
Smart Metering in Canada
RF-Mesh based solutions have been even more dominant than in the United States and have captured approximately 90% of the Canadian Smart Meter communications market
Smart Gas Meter Penetration to Reach 11% by 2016, According to Pike Research
SYS-CON Media (press release)
Gas utilities worldwide are placing increased emphasis on upgrading their operations with smart gas meters that utilize advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) technologies to enable two-way communications between meters and utility systems.
The Northern California utility company unveiled its proposal Thursday after resistance to the so-called smart meters has led several communities to place moratoriums on the devices. Some residents blame the signals?similar to those from cell phones ...
Opponents Of PG&Es Big Ticket SmartMeter Opt-Out Plan Have 30 Days To Protest
The San Francisco Appeal
Opponents of the wireless devices, which are meant to reduce energy consumption by monitoring utility use and transmitting the information in real time, argue the radio frequency waves emitted by the meters are detrimental to their health. ...
Q. LAST April I switched my gas and electricity to First Utility and looked forward to having so-called 'smart' meters fitted. But while it would automatically record my up-to-the-minute electricity consumption, the meter's physical position meant I ...