Letter: Find truth about smart meters

Albert Lea Tribune

Letter: Find truth about smart meters

“The smart meters are coming, the smart meters are coming!” would be the modern cry of Paul Revere. Am I the only person in all of Freeborn/Mower who is running around town warning people? It would appear so. The power company has only received three phone calls about them, I was No. 4. They showed up last week to install one, and I said, “No, I don’t want one.” But there is no opt-out program so far? The industry claims they are “safe.” Well, you can watch infomercials on TV all night long about class action lawsuits on products that were “safe” and still somehow made in onto the market. The industry likes to tell you they are just like your smart phone or Wi-Fi, so nothing to worry about. Who says smart phones and Wi-Fi are “safe”?

Did you know your iPhone actually does have a warning hidden deep in the manual? All of us are already surrounded by constant electro smog from all these devices. So basically they are telling you, “You’re already a smoker, so why not just start smoking two packs a day instead of just one.” What kind of logic and reasoning is that?

Electromagnetic hypersensitivity is a growing problem in people. Have you experienced insomnia or ringing in your ears since your smart meter was installed? Start keeping track of any other health problems that have suddenly appeared. When did they start? Albert Lea is supposedly a Blue Zone city. I think some studies need to start in regards to these Wi-Fi meters. They are not comparable to a smart phone, they are much worse. They send a micro burst of EMF radiation every six seconds. Who do you know that is on their phone every six seconds other than your average teen? And that is 24/7 for the rest of your life. Not even a teen could keep that pace up. Enjoy your new electro smog chain-smoking roommate. He smokes a cigarette every six seconds, he never sleeps and he likes to keep you up at night too. I tried to create an “Albert Lea Smart Meters” Community page on Facebook, but they mysteriously took it down. If it’s still not there, try my End EMF Facebook page for more info.

Phil Mandsager

Albert Lea

http://www.albertleatribune.com/2017/03/letter-find-truth-about-smart-meters/

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