Survey reveals Smart meters have not impoved outage response information, Still rely on customer!!!

Survey: Customer calls, not smart meters, lead in outage notification

April 28, 2015
Source: BRIDGE Energy Group

Outage Reports by Source - BRIDGE Energy Group survey shows customer calls, not smart meters, still primary source of power outage notification for utilities

BRIDGE Energy Group has announced the results from their utility industry survey on Outage and Restoration Management. Despite the fact that 81% of utilities claim to have smart meters deployed, 58% of respondents still primarily rely on customers for “blue sky” day alerts and 54% rely on customer notification during storms. Only 16% of utilities surveyed use their smart meters as the primary source of power failure alerts on blue sky days and 12% during storms.

[Native Advertisement]BRIDGE surveyed over 20,000 utility employees about their views and experiences in outage and restoration. A sampling of findings includes:

  • SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) remains the secondary source of power outage information with 26% of utilities relying on it for blue sky day alerts and 32% during storms.
  • 41% of respondents indicated that integration of related systems was the biggest impediment to OMS (Outage Management System) related projects.
  • Approximately one quarter of utilities are not calculating ETRs (Estimated Time to Restoration) and 22% are unhappy with the quality of ETR results.
  • 22% of respondents were dissatisfied with the quality of IDAs (Initial Damage Assessments).

“For the past three years, we’ve seen almost half of survey respondents indicate that the integration of systems is the biggest impediment to OMS related projects,” said Forrest Small, VP of Grid Reliability at BRIDGE Energy Group. “It’s no surprise then that feeding outage notifications from smart meters to the OMS is not widely implemented at this point. Unfortunately, simple integration can lead to false positive notifications, which obscures real outage information. Utilities need to have availability of knowledgeable staff in this particular area to maximize the potential of their smart meter investment.”

“One of the key outcomes of a successful Outage and Restoration Management program is providing accurate ETRs to customers,” continued Small. “As the tech-savvy consumer more actively engages in online and social media platforms, they expect real-time information and updates. For a utility, simply knowing where an outage is located is not enough for the 21st century energy consumer.”

Forrest Small will be presenting more information from the survey along with other outage and restoration management strategies at the 5th Annual Outage Communications Conference on May 6-7th in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Download the full report:

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Scientists and Doctors tell Parliament that Autism and Cancer may be linked to cell phones and Wifi

  • April 28, 2015 6:00 AM

Scientists and Doctors tell Parliament that Autism and Cancer may be linked to cell phones and Wifi

OTTAWA, April 28 2015 /CNW/ – Medical specialists from Canada and the United States will testify to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health today that Canada is falling behind other countries when it comes to protecting our children from wireless radiation.

The Committee is conducting hearings to review Canada’s safety guidelines for exposure to microwave radiation from cell phones, WiFi and other wireless devices.

Dr. Martha Herbert from Harvard University Medical School will explain the links between wireless devices used by pregnant women, and the steady increase in autism in North America.

Dr. Devra Davis, a public health expert and co-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize will explain the increasingly strong connection between wireless devices and cancer.

Dr. Riina Bray of Women’s College Hospital in Toronto will report on the rapidly rising number of Canadians who are becoming hyper-sensitive from common wireless exposures such as teachers and students reacting to WiFi in their classrooms.

The Standing Committee on Health advises Parliament on national health policy. It has already heard from cancer specialists, biologists and a former president of Microsoft Canada, who each reported that Health Canada’s current safety guidelines are out of date and Parliament should intervene to keep Canadians safe, as the use of wireless devices especially among children continues to rise.

Time:   3:30 pm EDT

Place:  The Valour Building, Room 228. 151 Sparks St., Ottawa.


Dr. Martha Herbert MD, Harvard University Medical School, Boston.

Dr. Devra Davis PhD., Environmental Health Trust, Washington DC

SOURCE C4ST: Canadians For Safe Technology

For further information:, Phone: 705-444-9662

Dariusz Leszczynski: Science and Conflict of Interest in Bioelectromagnetics

Dariusz Leszczynski: Science and Conflict of Interest in Bioelectromagnetics

 Published on Mar 31, 2015

Video of the key-note presentation by Dariusz Leszczynski at the Jubiläums-Generalversammlung of the Swiss association Gigaherz, celebrating its 15th anniversary of existence, Thalvil (near Zurich) on March 7, 2015.


If you have a medical condition; send this letter to your utility company and State regulatory agency who oversees the utilities and demand the removal of the smart meter, ERT, AMI, whatever they try to say to you. You call the shots and tell them you don’t want any meter capable of RF transmission, wireless or wired, you don’t want it on your home….sandaura


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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 provides comprehensive civil rights protections to individuals

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The ADA protects qualified individuals with disabilities. An individual with a disability is a person who has a

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a NETWORK to improve life for both the PLANET and its PEOPLE!

Sorry, you will have to zoom in on this post.  Take a look at the impressive list of honorable scientists speaking out and warning us about the psychopaths controlling our lives and causing mass murder on our planet.  they are dedicated to clean energy, so you can imagine the obstacles and barriers they have encountered by governments.  We are oppressed, suppressed, censored, and screwed by our governments.  They don’t give a rats ass about you, your kids, our environment and wildlife.  Too many people to  take care of on our planet.  We are just collateral damage.

a NETWORK to improve life

for both the PLANET and its PEOPLE!


Some of the thousands of associates in the network and their contribution

(F founder; B board member, D deceased)

Prof. Maurice L. Albertson,D, Colorado State, Peace Corps founder, promoter of new science and technology / Prof. Harold Aspden, University of Southampton, engineer, design and testing of new energy conversion systems / Wolfram Bahman, B, meteorologist, monitoring of air quality for Los Angeles and Mexico City / Dr. Gon-Woong Bahng, Korea Institute of Standards & Science, new energy technology transfer / Dr. Robert G. Bailey, Lockheed Missiles and Space, new science and technology networking / James Beal, NASA, biological effects of low-level electromagnetic fields / Prof. Robert C. Beck, D, UCLA, medical engineering of advanced therapeutic modalities / Dr. Robert O. Becker, Nobel Prize nominee, Veterans Administration, medical scientist, effects of low-level electromagnetics / Lt-Col Tom E. Bearden, nuclear engineer, writer, theorist on the new electromagnetics / Clement N. Beauchamp, BD, jurist, development of new energy technology transfer modalities / Bob Beutlich, D, engineer, new energy science and technology networking and publishing / Hon. Berkeley Bedell, US Congressional energy committee, promote of new science and medicine development / Joachim Berg, Siemens, medical engineer, design of novel energy applications Barbara B. Bronfman, philanthropist, alternative healing / Chris Bird, BD, biologist, writer, promoter of chemical-free agricultural alternatives / Prof. John O’M. Bockris, Texas A&M, father of electrochemistry, hydrogen-solar economy researcher / Prof. Yull Brown, D, electronic engineer, developer of Brown’s Gas (water-as-a-fuel) technology / Dr. Paul Brown, D, physicist, novel nuclear technologies / John. J. Broz Sr, D, Humanity Resources Development Inc, humanitarian / Prof. Mirko Bunc, economist, studies of the implications of new energy technology in society / Dr. Eldon Byrd, D, medical engineer, scalar technology/ Senator Chesley W. Carter, FBD, Tesla technology, solar/biomass/wind energy promoter / Dr. Paulo N. Correa, U of T, physicist, inventor of new energy conversion system / Dr. James F. Corum, Batelle Research Institute, Tesla wireless transmission of electrical energy / Prof. Philippe Crabbé, B, Institute for Research Environment and Economy, implementing new technology acceptably / Richard A. Crowther, architect, sustainable housing design / Dr. Olivier Costa de Beauregard, Nobelist, physicist, fundamentals of physics / Jerry Decker, manages KeelyNet / Dr. Alexander P. Dubrov, Russian Health Ministry, scientist, biological effects of low-level electromagnetics / Dr. James P. Dunn, NASA, technology transfer commercialization / Helke Ferrie, writer and researcher, alternative therapeutic modalities / Hal Fox, ENECO, Journal of New Energy, research in new energy technology / Robert J. Fox, B, Odawa Centre, integrating new technologies with the First Nations / Dr. Janusz Grabowski, Magres Research, advanced magnetic technology / Prof. Bernard R. Grad, B, McGill, investigation in advanced therapeutic modalities and their rationale / Toby Grotz, electrical engineer, testing of the new energy technology / Prof. Josef Gruber, FernUniversität Hagen, economics chair, analysis of implications of new technology implementation / Hon. Daniel Haley, B, NY legislator, founder of first energy research & development agency / George D. Hathaway, B, engineer, testing of new energy technology devices / Alan C. Holt, NASA, engineer, advanced space propulsion research / John J. Hutchison, inventor of a lift and energy conversion system based on advanced electromagnetics / Bob Jerabek, D, engineer, inventor, developer of the hazard-less saw / Knud Jespersen, Rolltech, engineer, design and manufacture of water-as-a-fuel devices / Prof. Brian Josephson, Nobelist, Cavendish Laboratory, physicist, fundamentals of the new physics / Jeff Hayes, designer and testing of Tesla bladeless engines / Don Kelly, SEA/US, engineer, new energy technology networking / Prof. Louis Kervran, D, Nobel Prize nominee, National Research Council, France, scientist, researcher in biological transmutation / Moray B. King, Novel, engineer, word-processing and accounting software, new sciences database / Dr. Wingate A. Lambertson, chemist, inventor of solid-state energy conversion system / Prof. Eugene Mallove, D MIT, Infinite Energy, physicist, promoter of low energy nuclear reactions (cold fusion) research / Prof. Edward Mann, D, sociologist, new energy technology developments networker / Jeane Manning, writer, new energy technology / Raymond J. Marchand, B, space scientist, promotion of new technologies / Dr. Alvin Marks, physicist, inventor, Polaroid, advanced photovoltaics / John D. Mattingly, D, philanthropist, inventor of the WaterPik, promoter of new science and medicine / Dr. Robert Muller, University for Peace, diplomat, writer, promoter of new science and technology / Gaston Naessens, biologist, inventor of the world’s most powerful microscope, discoverer of somatid, smallest known lifeform / Dr. Hans Nieper, D, medical researcher and promoter of new energy technology development / Dr. Brian O’Leary, NASA, astronaut, writer, promoter of new energy technology / Jorg Ostrowski, architect, sustainable buildings and communities based on new energy technology / Dr. John Nash Ott, D, scientist, research in illumination and biological effects of low-level electromagnetics / Prof. Panos T. Pappas, Technikon Piraeus, physicist, new science and technology networker / Dr. Thomas E. Phipps, Jr., military scientist, theorist in the fundamentals of the new physics / Guy Playfair, writer, implications of new energy technology / Dale Pond, researcher, writer, replication of Keely sympathetic vibration energy devices / Mark Porringa, AECL, engineer, decontamination of nuclear wastes / Prof. Ilya Prigogine, D Nobelist, fundamentals of new physics / Prof. Panayis Psomopoulos, urban planner, promotion of sustainable communities and regions / Dr. Andrija Puharich, FD, physicist, physician, writer, developer of mini-hearing aid and amplification systems / Dr. Hal E. Puthoff, Institute for Advanced Studies, physicist, zero-point energy research / Michael Rademacher, Can-Rapid, engineer, design and testing of water-as-fuel systems / Prof. Elizabeth Rauscher, University of California, Berkeley, nuclear physicist, nuclear decay rate anomalies / Dr. Glen Rein, B, Estée Lauder, microbiologist, quantum biological research / Joshua Reynolds III, D, philanthropist, promoter of new science research and development / Walter L. Rosenthal, D Lockheed Aviation; design and testing of new energy conversion systems / Dr. Leo J. Shafer, design and testing of advanced therapeutic modalities / Rolf Schaffranke, D, NASA, engineer, advanced space propulsion research / Shinichi Seike, D physicist, new energy technology research / Kenneth Shoulders, physicist, inventor of new energy conversion system / Dr. Maria Sésic, D, Nikola Tesla Museum, physicist / Dr. Edmund Storms, Los Alamos National Laboratory, advanced electrolysis research (“cold fusion”) / Dr. John A. Tanner, D, National Research Council Canada, physicist, bioeffects of low-level electromagnetic fields / Dr. Paramahamsa Tewari, India Nuclear Corporation, physicist, inventor of new energy conversion system / Roy Thornson, inventor of ultra-efficient inertial propulsion system / Prof. William A. Tiller, Stanford University, material scientist, new technology theorist / Dr. Jacques Vallée, physicist, developer of the internet system (first applied for Three-

Mile-Island disaster mitigation) / Thomas Valone, investigation and promotion of new energy technologies / Prof. T. Nejat Veziroglu, Institute of Hydrogen Energy, solar-hydrogen economy / Marcel Vogel, FD, IBM, scientist, developer of computer diskette technology, fluorescent colours / Prof. Walter Von Lucadou, scientist, new science and medicine / George Wiseman, Eagle Research, engineer, design and development of energy savings systems / Prof. William Wolkowski, Université de Paris V, promoter of new science and technology / Dr. Jim Yehl, American Environmental Systems, designer of advanced microtechnology

Origin and aims of the Association

The Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Incorporated was founded in June 1975 in Ottawa, Canada, under the guidance of the Hon. Senator Chesley W. Carter, then Chair-person of the Senate’s Standing Committee on Health, Welfare and Science as well as member of the Senate Special Committee on Science Policy. With the Hon. Carter, a number of scientists undertook to make use of this Association to develop an international interdisciplinary network of advanced scientific thinking individuals and organizations. Together, these were to promote and steward “clean energy systems” for eventual implementation on a planetary-wide scale.

Clean energy systems are defined as those which draw on natural supply, which are universal in application, which are inexpensive and which do not cause polluting residue.

Already by 1976 such systems were being examined and promoted by the founders of the Association. This initial nucleus of scientists grew. In 1979, the Association became incorporated as a Canadian non-profit corporation. Its Federal Charter foresaw the role of facilitation of the dis-covery, research, development, demonstration and evaluation of clean energy systems. Another role cited is stewarding the planning, co-ordination and implementation of clean energy systems on planetary, continental, regional, local and individual scales. Experience has enjoined the network to act responsibly by serving as a monitor and an alert system for emerging “unclean” systems not considered by other groups.

In 1980, the Association became a Learned Society and hosted its first sessions as such at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). Its network currently comprises about 3,500 individuals and institutions in over 60 nations. Its official publication is the Newsletter. Since 1981, books, proceedings, monographs and electronic publications have been released to both general and specialist audiences.

In 1986, the Learned Society initiated sustained efforts towards international technological transfer through a Symposium/exhibition in Hull (Gatineau), Québec, followed by a 1989 presentation at the United Nations, where it is recognized as an Associate NGO, since 2004 in special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), since 2006 with the United Nations Human Rights Council.

In 1990, the University of Ottawa‘s Institute for Research on Environment and Economy has conferred an associative status to the Society.


* Since 1975, the Association has been identifying, peer-reviewing, demonstrating clean energy devices (theoretical and actual). The scientific and educational process includes the production of monographs, periodicals, audio-visuals, electronic databases, demonstrations, books, specialist courses and learned gatherings. [Some systems promoted: Tesla technologies (the Magnifying Transmitter/wireless transmission of electricity, radiant energy devices, bladeless pumps and turbines for geothermal applications, low-damping transformers, vacuum energy, high-efficiency light bulbs); magnetic motors; non-radioactive fusion; homopolar generators; advanced solar collectors; phonon-decomposition of water into hydrogen and oxygen; water-as-a-fuel; electrostatic/electronic heating and cooling system; inertial propulsion systems; flexible mirrors; structuring of fluidic material systems; ultra-rapid decontamination of nuclear and toxic waste materials; low-moisture agriculture; biological communication systems.]

* Research and development in emerging energy science and technology, e.g.: higher-symmetry electrodynamics (scalar electromagnetics) and zero-point energy (of the vacuum).

* Monitoring and documentation of problems associated with the psychobiological effects of low-level electromagnetic radiation, especially extremely low and very low frequency (ELF/VLF) and the radiofrequency/microwave spectra.

* Cooperation with the United Nations – Human Rights Council, UNEP, UNESCO, UNITAR, UNDP, and CSER.

* Design, negotiation and development of pragmatic waste recovery systems for newspapers, glass and metal (Ottawa) — emulated worldwide, and waste cellulosic fines from pulp and paper industries for agricultural purposes.

* International peace and security studies with organizations such as University for Peace (Erazu, Costa Rica) and External Affairs Canada.

* Stewardship and networking in bioenergetic medicine in conjunction with such institutions as Fetzer Institute, Centre for Frontier Science and the World Research Foundation.

* Organization, co-sponsorship of learned conferences in Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, Vancouver, Hull, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Atlanta, Hannover, Einsiedeln, Amsterdam, Denver, Colorado Springs, Milwaukee, and Chicago on clean energy science and technology and bioenergetics.

* Research, documentation on electromagnetic field problems and worldwide stewardship of clean energy initiatives. Specialized courses, Doctorate and post-graduate supervision with universities. Radiation and environmental survey services, EMF product testing. Research has been commissioned by such organizations as the National Research Council of Canada, the Science Council of Canada, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, International Development Research Centre, Manitoba Hydro, the Canadian Meteorological Centre, the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency, the City of Gatineau, the City of Longueil and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.

Second Hand Microwave Emissions causing loss of hearing, brain disruption, sleep deprevation!!!!!


Statement prepared by 

Planetary Association for Clean Energy

OTTAWA, Ontario K1R 6G8, Canada

Submission to the Hon. Rona Ambrose, Health Canada

further to the Royal Society of Canada’s Expert Panel Reviewing Safety Code 6


Expert Panel Review [redacted words] Safety Code 6[1]

Limits of Human Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Energy

in the Frequency Range from 3 kHz to 300 GHz

Safety Code 6 Press Conference


(July 9, 2014)

Recognized as a United Nations NGO, the Planetary Association for Clean Energy (PACE) Inc. is a network of scientists, health experts, and engineers. It was created by Senator Chesley W. Carter, M.Sc. while chair of two Canadian Senate committees on Science as well as Health, in the early 1970s. With his stewardship, the PACE network was able to confirm the phenomena of acid rain and of ozone layer depletion for Canadian policy decision-makers. As a result, corrective actions were initiated, and international treaties were negotiated by Canada.

Similarly, with the National Research Council of Canada and Queen’s University, by 1975 PACE founders gave the highest priority to the question of electromagnetic field bio-effects and causality. They included Senator Carter of Newfoundland, Dr. Marcel Vogel, chief scientist at IBM, and Dr. Andrija Henry K. Puharich, MD, (also physicist, electronics expert who developed the first micro-technology hearing aids, as well as protection systems against low-level electromagnetic fields).

At the invitation of the federal government, with East European scientists at Ottawa headquarters, in 1989, we proposed exposure guidelines that provide hygiene for electromagnetic fields (ELF and RF/microwave). Since these guidelines, tens of thousands of MDs and experts in dozens of nations have participated in developing more stringent standards which have been largely accepted by the European Council (Resolution 1815 – 2011) and are in the process of being applied around the world.

We wish to stress that:

1) Although the human immune system is not fully matured until about age 18, Health Canada’s obsolete standard ignores higher infancy and childhood vulnerabilities. Instead, Safety Code 6 assumes that specific absorption tolerances of radiofrequency, microwave and wireless technology emissions only for healthy adults (Canadian federal male civil servant / military) from 1 source, and for a short duration, apply to all humans regardless of maturity, gender, health, prescription uptake and age.

2) As early as 1971, several hearing aids patents held by Dr. Puharich explain that weak frequency-modulated microwaves induce sound in the head at very weak power densities, in the presence of other fields such as from electric power & wiring and appliances. [Audio “hash” and pulses demonstrated this principle for the audience.] Numerous individuals can follow third-party communications with such “microwave hearing” due to the intensity of second-hand emissions prevalent now in Canada – including airplane / control tower exchanges near airports – a phenomenon which can be disruptive and even embarrassing, but also of national security risk. (Remote Key FOBs held against head extend range of transmission waves as they pass through the head to extend operating range: an example of interaction of low level emissions and brain liquids alone).

3) Background wireless technology levels are increasing throughout our homes, schools and places of work. Signal levels in classrooms, and in bedrooms, are a significant co-factor in brain disruption, learning and in sleep deprivation (which entail massive social and business costs in accidents and errors).

  1. a) An estimated 1 million children are affected by autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in Canada alone; weak EMF exposure is a known co-factor in these disorders.
  1. b) This biological stress does not discriminate based on age. Approximately 750,000 Canadians have Alzheimer’s, for which microwave disturbance is a co-factor. Though historically assumed to be a disease of aging, in recent years this condition is being diagnosed in middle-aged citizens.

4) In some parts of Canada, “second-hand” background power density of outdoor EMF from many sources already exceed up to 40 times the Safety Code 6. Frequencies from emissions of SMART meter transmitters, data-collection systems on LAN/NAN networks, compact fluorescent & other light technology with ballasts, portable wireless technology devices, WiFi routers, computers, are added to a full range of traditional media transmitters (e.g. CN Tower).

5) So elevated now are wireless technology emissions that according to the United Nations’ estimates, over $80 billion of precious electric power is wasted into the air by microwaves worldwide. The electrical energy is being generated by costly means, which also exacerbate climate change.

Before World War I, messages could be sent from an individual to another over a telegraph wire, or even by carrier pigeon! A century later, to carry a message between 2 persons requires millions of dangerous microwave signals that are widely dispersed into space. And often the message is of low clarity!

For the sake of preserving both our civilization and our biosphere, we must innovate safe alternative communication systems, and back them up with new and more responsible “safety codes. For example, on October 26, 2001, a Russian scientist sent a person-to-person “cellphone” message from a site in Germany to St-Petersburg without needed electricity and without dangerous microwaves. Instead he employed gravitational waves, with negligible power at source.

Dr. Andrew Michrowski

The Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Inc.


(613) 236-6265

[1] Title indicated in contract between Health Canada and the Royal Society of Canada.

climate engineering has played a major role in the die-off and incineration of Siberia.

Formerly Frozen Siberia Is Exploding Into Flames



  The vastness of Siberia is difficult to grasp. The importance of the boreal forests that exist there cannot be overstated. Such forests are the second largest source of oxygen production on the planet. The Siberian forests were once a carbon sink but have now become a massive carbon source due to the dying and burning of this expansive wilderness.This once frozen land is now burning with a fury that is completely unprecedented in any historical record. In recent years as much as 100,000,000 acres has gone up in flames annually. Regions that should be frozen solid till mid June are now smoke and ashes. Where are the mainstream media headlines on this? The global power structure will do everything it can to keep populations completely blind and oblivious to the converging catastrophes that are rapidly closing in on us all. All available data indicates climate engineering has played a major role in the die-off and incineration of Siberia. The article below and the short videos in it should be a sobering wake up call, we ignore the darkening horizon at our own peril.
Dane Wigington

 “The Dry Land Burned Like Grass”, Siberia’s Road To A Permaburn Hell

Fire 13.04.2015 Zabajkalec in Chita, zabaikalsky Krainow I know looks like hell!

another twenty papers that have come out over the last few months related to effects of electromagnetic radiation.

The following is a quick summary of another twenty papers that have come out over the last few months related to effects of electromagnetic radiation. All papers with a green background are highlighted as being particularly important or relevant.

1. Ayrapetyan S, De J, (2014) Cell hydration as a biomarker for estimation of biological effects of nonionizing radiation on cells and organisms, ScientificWorldJournal. 2014;2014:890518. doi: 10.1155/2014/890518. Epub 2014 Dec 18 [View Author’s abstract conclusions] [View on Pubmed]

2. P Todorovic D et al, (February 2015) Effects of two different waveforms of ELF MF on bioelectrical activity of antennal lobe neurons of Morimus funereus (Insecta, Coleoptera), Int J Radiat Biol. 2015 Feb 10:1-8. [Epub ahead of print] [View Author’s abstract conclusions] [View on PubMed]

3. P Chung YH et al, (January 2015) Extremely low frequency magnetic field modulates the level of neurotransmitters, Korean J Physiol Pharmacol. 2015 Jan;19(1):15-20. doi: 10.4196/kjpp.2015.19.1.15. Epub 2014 Dec 31 [View Author’s abstract conclusions] [View on PubMed]

4. Christopoulou M et al, (January 2015) Evaluation of occupational exposure to ELF magnetic fields at power plants in Greece in the context of European directives, Radiat Prot Dosimetry. 2015 Jan 21. pii: ncu373. [Epub ahead of print] [View Author’s abstract conclusions] [View on PubMed]

. Freudenstein F et al, (January 2015) Exposure Knowledge and Risk Perception of RF EMF, Front Public Health. 2015 Jan 13;2:289. doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2014.00289. eCollection 2014 [View Author’s abstract conclusions] [View on Pubmed]
6. N Eltiti S et al, (February 2015) Aggregated data from two double-blind base station provocation studies comparing individuals with idiopathic environmental intolerance with attribution to electromagnetic fields and controls, Bioelectromagnetics. 2015 Feb;36(2):96-107. doi: 10.1002/bem.21892. Epub 2015 Jan 30 [View Author’s abstract conclusions] [View on PubMed]

7. P Halgamuge MN et al, (February 2015) Reduced growth of soybean seedlings after exposure to weak microwave radiation from GSM 900 mobile phone and base station, Bioelectromagnetics. 2015 Feb;36(2):87-95. doi: 10.1002/BEM.21890. Epub 2015 Jan 21 [View Author’s abstract conclusions] [View on PubMed]

8. Hareuveny R et al, (January 2015) Characterization of extremely low frequency magnetic fields from diesel, gasoline and hybrid cars under controlled conditions, Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2015 Jan 30;12(2):1651-66. doi: 10.3390/ijerph120201651 [View Author’s abstract conclusions] [View on Pubmed]
9. N Li L et al, (February 2015) A cross-sectional study on oxidative stress in workers exposed to extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields, Int J Radiat Biol. 2015 Feb 4:1-23. [Epub ahead of print] [View Author’s abstract conclusions] [View on Pubmed]
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11. P Duan W et al, (March 2015) Comparison of the Genotoxic Effects Induced by 50 Hz Extremely Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields and 1800 MHz Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields in GC-2 Cells, Radiat Res. 2015 Mar;183(3):305-14. doi: 10.1667/RR13851.1. Epub 2015 Feb 17 [View Author’s abstract conclusions] [View on Pubmed]
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By Josh del Sol, filmmaker and rights advocate
Take Back Your Power

April 28, 2015

So-named “smart” meters constitute the basis of the current version of a “smart” grid – which is being rolled out in all western nations. Also referred to by utilities as “AMI”, “advanced”, “modernized”, or “automated” meters, they are chiefly data-capturing and 2-way wireless communications devices, which also have the ability to meter your utility usage (electricity, water or gas).

A vast array of personal information can be harvested on your in-home activities, and then transmitted to corporations and governments in hackable, low-level microwave radiation bursts. Approximately 50% of homes and businesses in North America how have a “smart” electricity meter attached.

Though the issue of utility meters may at first seem innocuous, it is set to have profound consequences for virtually all aspects of our lives, and even nature itself. As such, there is growing awareness and resistance – which has been met with massive utility propaganda.

Despite the resistance, utilities and governments are for the most part having their way with their deployments, charging punitive “opt-out” fees for those who do not wish to participate. But this may all soon be changing.

This fascinating investigation is the subject of our award-winning grassroots documentary, Take Back Your Power, and our solutions-based work at

See Take Back Your Power film trailer below.

Why are utilities saying “smart” meters are necessary?

It is rather ironic that the stated intentions of smart meters are:
A) “to give customers tools to save energy and/or reduce bills”;
B) “to increase grid resiliency”; and
C) “to save the environment”.

In reality:

A) Where smart meters have been installed, there are no energy savings – but bills go up.
B) Individual homes and the entire power grid become much more vulnerable to hacking.
C) Radiation from smart meters has now been demonstrated to negatively impact all plants, insects, animals and all biological life – including humans.

The issues with “smart” meters: What’s at stake?

Utility customers around the world are choosing to take a stand against the installation of smart meters for a variety of reasons, summed up below:

1. Billing increases

Whenever a smart meter is installed, the bill usually goes up. Your bill will increase in three ways: 1) upon installation, 2) with planned usage rate increases – happening everywhere, and 3) later, with “time-of-use” billing.

Bills immediately increase due to systemic accuracy issues with most types of digital smart meters – which have been demonstrated in the UK to show electricity usage even when power to the home is shut off.


Your smartphone may be tracking your every move

Your smartphone may be tracking your every move

If you have an iPhone or an Android, chances are that every single move you make is being tracked, location by location, including the exact times you were there. And if it’s an Android, all that tracking data is being sent straight to Google.

Apple told NBC News they use the information to provide personalized services and that “it’s kept solely on your device and won’t be sent to apple without your consent.” Google, the maker of Android, told NBC News that users have the ability to “enable or disable location capabilities both on their Android device and Google Account.”

To shut off tracking on an iPhone, follow these step-by-step instructions:

  • Under Settings, select Privacy.