Fire, Explode and Melt As Well As Make Appliances Malfunction and Break

By B.N. Frank

Tens of millions of utility “Smart” Meters have been installed in the U.S. and worldwide so it’s more likely than not that they have already been installed on your home and throughout your community.  They have been associated with many problems including fires and explosions (see 12, 3).  PG&E customers in California and their insurance companies actually sued the beleaguered utility company because their “Smart” Meters were catching fire over 2 years ago.



What Do YOU Mean When You Say ”5G”?

By Peter Tocci

By now, almost everyone has seen/heard something about the “next generation” wireless technology. Be careful what you look/listen for, and be sure to understand what you oppose – or want.

It’s a rather complex and confusing issue by itself, and not even the Industry has settled all details. To make things even worse, in the talk about “5G,” questionable and erroneous information, omissions, and sometimes propaganda, exist alongside fact. This has made fact-finding a challenge to say the least.



Leszczynski: Lecture Tour of New Zealand


Leszczynski: Lecture Tour of New Zealand

Excerpt: Posted on November 6, 2019. The ongoing deployment of the 5th generation of the wireless communication technology (5G) is being met with a great enthusiasm by the telecommunication industry and national governments and the majority of the general public. However, there is also resistance from the part of the population in various locations around the globe. The opposition towards deployment of the 5G is caused by the uncertainty whether radiation emitted by the 5G networks and devices will have any effects on human health and environmental impact on fauna and flora. This November, I will be lecturing for the first time in New Zealand. In my lectures I will present the current scientific knowledge as well as the current lack of scientific research on the biological and health effects of the 5G millimeter-waves. I will also present the evidence, and the reasoning, for the invocation of the Precautionary Principle and for the temporary moratorium on 5G deployment, while awaiting for the much needed scientific research on millimeter-waves…SNIP
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This Toxic Killer is Poisoning our Environment, our Health, and Especially our Kids…But Huge Corporations Have Kept It Hidden For Decades

ElectricSense Interview With Harrison Barritt

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Are you suffering from a multitude of unexplained chronic health problems…doctors and other experts haven’t been able to solve…and you feel like you’re at the end of your rope? If so, this could be your answer…

This Toxic Killer is Poisoning our Environment, our Health, and Especially our Kids…But Huge Corporations Have Kept It Hidden For Decades


Democracy Now! WATCH LIVE: 2019 Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice

WATCH LIVE: 2019 Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice

Friday, November 8, 6pm ET

This Friday, Nov. 8, 2019, at 6 p.m. ET, Democracy Now!’s Amy Goodman and former EPA official Mustafa Ali will co-moderate the first-ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice.

Senators Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker, Tom Steyer, Marianne Williamson and other presidential candidates will take part in the forum at South Carolina State University in Orangeburg.

The forum — hosted by the National Black Caucus of State Legislators and leaders from frontline and tribal communities, civil rights, youth and environmental organizations — will include discussion on how presidential hopefuls intend to manage the impacts of the climate crisis on the communities most affected.

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Electricity consumers told to get smart meters as stocks of old analogue devices start to run out

Electricity consumers told to get smart meters as stocks of old analogue devices start to run out

Some manufacturers have stopped producing analogue meters, according to energy companies, which means supply will soon dry up

Electricity consumers told to get smart meters as stocks of old analogue devices start to run out

Customers in the UK are being told by energy firms to install smart meters because stocks of traditional analogue devices are now running out. While customers can refuse installation of a smart meter,…

Dominion’s smart meters are coming. If you want to opt out, it could cost you.

Dominion’s smart meters are coming. If you want to opt out, it could cost you.

Dominion plans these updated electricity meters across the state

Dominion Energy wants to soup up the electric meters it uses to bill its customers — but if customers want to opt out, it could cost them extra.

The electric monopoly wants to update some 2.1 million meters across the state as part of its multi-billion-dollar grid modernization plan, saying the improved “smart” devices will allow customers to better manage their power use — and electric bills.

While the company expects to spend $394 million installing the new meters, customers who don’t want them would have to pay a price of their own — an initial fee of $84.53 and a running monthly surcharge of $29.20, on top of their regular electricity bill, Dominion said in a filing with the State Corporation Commission.

The new meters would give a half-hourly readout of electricity use, instead of the once-a-month tally meters now provide.

Nathan Frost, the company’s director of new technology and energy conservation, said that more detailed information will help customers manage their use of electricity in ways that could save money. More frequent readings would also allow Dominion to more quickly pinpoint glitches on its grid.

And the improved meters will also save the company money.

Dominion currently collects electric use information by sending out a fleet of trucks that can receive radio signals from its meters on monthly rounds. In some cases, it still needs to send humans to walk up to a meter once an month and read it that way.

The upgraded system will feed its half-hourly data into a new wireless network, Frost said.

That means Dominion no longer needs to send those meter-reading trucks or actual meter readers out — and it is the cost of that, Dominion says, that it would recover through the new opt-out charges.

The company calculated it would take combined one hour, 45 minutes of three employees’ time to deal with the paperwork and inventory management issues when a customer opts out, which is what the initial charge would cover. The monthly charge would be the estimated half hour of a meter reader’s time to take a monthly reading, according to its SCC filing.

As Dominion installs the meter upgrade, it will also launch a new system for customers to check on their power use, Frost said.

With this could eventually come new ways of charging for power — with, for instance, lower rates for power used in the middle of the night, when overall demand is low and higher rates at peak times.

Knowing half-hourly power use could also help customers save if the utility moves toward seasonal pricing to take account of the wintertime peaks in the morning and evening, when chilly customers wake up and when they return home from work.

The utility is also looking at ways customers could use the new power use information system to program when and how they receive electricity, Frost said.

Dominion plans to install the upgrades in Newport News, Hampton, the Historic Triangle and Norfolk beginning next year. It should finish up all but about 3,000 customers’ meters by the end of 2021, and complete the rest in 2022. It will begin the changeover in Virginia Beach and Suffolk in 2021, and in Chesapeake in 2022.

Attorney General Mark Herring’s office is reviewing the company’s 1,000-plus-page grid modernization plan, which includes more renewable energy facilities and upgrades to equipment on its network of wires as well as the smart meters, and will comment on the proposed opt out charge when that review is farther along, spokesman Michael Kelly said.

Danish legal opinion concludes 5G contravenes human and environmental laws
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Danish legal opinion concludes 5G contravenes human and environmental laws

Excerpt: Posted on November 4, 2019 by Stop Smart Meters Australia Attorney-at-law Christian Jensen, of Bonnor Lawyers in Denmark, examined potential health damages and risks of 5G in relation to human rights and environmental conventions.The legal opinion is centred around results that have positively documented actual damages or risks to humans, animals and plants.  Jensen points out that this research is “inherently of much greater significance than examinations which have been incapable of identifying a damage or risk thereof, since the latter group does not in itself exclude the possibility that there exist real damage or risks”.He explains that “If it has on one occasion defensibly been scientifically proven that there is a damaging effect or risk of damage, then the fact that ten other defensible trials did not show such an effect or risk is irrelevant.  It is then merely up to the scientific community to clarify why the ten defensible trials did not show what is scientifically proven, in order to better understand why and how the damages occur or could occur”.In his final remarks, on page 64 of the 75-page document, Jensen states that:“It is the conclusion of this legal opinion that establishing and activating a 5G-network, as it is currently described,  would  be  in  contravention  of  current  human  and  environmental  laws enshrined in the European Convention on Human Rights, the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, EU regulations, and the Bern- and Bonn-conventions….SNIP
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Evaluation of the genotoxicity of cell phone radiofrequency radiation in male and female rats and mice following subchronic exposure.

NTP Study: DNA damage found in rats and mice from 14-19 weeks of exposure to cellphone radiation!  [KIDS UNDER 10 AND UPARE ON THEIR PHONES AN AVERAGE OF 7 HOURS A DAY!!!…THIS IS A FORM OF CHILD ABUSE……SANDAURA

 2019 Oct 21. doi: 10.1002/em.22343. [Epub ahead of print]

Evaluation of the genotoxicity of cell phone radiofrequency radiation in male and female rats and mice following subchronic exposure.


The National Toxicology Program tested two common radiofrequency radiation (RFR) modulations emitted by cellular telephones in a 2-year rodent cancer bioassay that included interim assessments of additional animals for genotoxicity endpoints. Male and female Hsd:Sprague Dawley SD rats and B6C3F1/N mice were exposed from gestation day 5 or postnatal day 35, respectively, to code division multiple access (CDMA) or global system for mobile (GSM) modulations over 18 h/day, at 10 min intervals, in reverberation chambers at specific absorption rates (SAR) of 1.5, 3, or 6 W/kg (rats, 900 MHz) or 2.5, 5, or 10 W/kg (mice, 1900 MHz). After 19 (rats) or 14 (mice) weeks of exposure, animals were examined for evidence of RFR-associated genotoxicity using two different measures. Using the alkaline (pH > 13) comet assay, DNA damage was assessed in cells from three brain regions, liver cells, and peripheral blood leukocytes; using the micronucleus assay, chromosomal damage was assessed in immature and mature peripheral blood erythrocytes. Results of the comet assay showed significant increases in DNA damage in the frontal cortex of male mice (both modulations), leukocytes of female mice (CDMA only), and hippocampus of male rats (CDMA only). Increases in DNA damage judged to be equivocal were observed in several other tissues of rats and mice. No significant increases in micronucleated red blood cells were observed in rats or mice. In conclusion, these results suggest that exposure to RFR is associated with an increase in DNA damage. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.


DNA damage; Sprague Dawley; brain; comet assay; glioma; micronucleus assay









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