Smart Meters

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Smart Meters

Smart meters are, once again, sold to us under the trite sales pitch of ‘convenience’ and the short-lived novelty of being able to monitor our gas and electricity usage in real time.  As if we didn’t have better things to do with our time, we can already monitor our gas and electricity usage via our household bills and online accounts using existing safe analogue meters that are powered by cables.  Smart meters use powerful pulsed microwave signals emitted twenty-four hours a day that penetrate buildings, concrete, bones and organs in the body.

“it will not be an offence for householders to refuse to accept a smart meter”

~Charles Hendry MP

The UK government’s plan to have smart meters installed in every UK home by 2020 confuses the fact that everyone has the right to refuse to have a smart meter installed in or adjacent to their home.  The word ‘Smart’ is a deliberate deception, in that it suggests and intelligent and safe use of technology to improve out lives.  Nothing could be further from the truth, and so-called ‘Smart’ technologies and the proposed ‘Smart Cities’ rely upon an environment that is saturated with pulsed microwave radiation in order for the trillions of smart devices to function.  This densification of microwave pollution will, according to experts, have devastating consequences for life on Earth.  Existing wireless microwaves are already causing serious health problems in the global population.

All Smart devices run on the same principle: they use wireless pulsed microwaves that irradiate our bodies.  Smart phones, smart watches, ‘wearables’, smart TVs and ‘the internet of things’ are all a health hazard because they signals they emit damage our cells.

 

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