If you don't want them, you'll have to fight it. Here is sample letter from group from Texas. People need to educate them self about this and not just assume things. We deserve good science and transparency.
Sample Letter to Utility | Stop Smart Meters!
The Government/ Big Corps is consistant about poisoning the people. HUMAN HEALTH DAMAGE FROM FORCED AERIAL PESTICIDE SPRAYING - YouTube
Pesticides & Human Experimentation - YouTube pesticides
SMART METER REMOVAL.mp4 - YouTube How to take off your smart meter and replace with analog.
Smart Meters can be considered an Environmental Injustice matter.
Do your own experiments. Planting around Smart Meters and filming over time might add the to research needed.
Smart Meter Killing Shrub - Stratford Ontario - YouTube
That's anecdotal evidence at best. There are MANY reasons that shurbs planted around a meter could be dying. RF is very likely not one of those reasons.
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Seriously, this sort of thing is getting old. There is no credible, scientific evidence that RF emitted from meters is harmful. None. Nada. Zip. You are surrounded daily by RF, from the electrical circuits in your car to Wi-Fi to cell phones to police radios to television stations.
It's complete woo, with a scientific backing somewhere between aura-reading and homeopathy.
Yeah that's what they said about pesticides and many other things. Like I said, do your own experiments and research. Just the messenger like I was the messenger for the problems on the Devon site which proved out. There were several confessions of contamination plus violations and obvious obstruction of justice, civil rights violations, a bankruptcy, political cronyism to hide crimes, failure of due diligence and public health hazards, environmental injustice, etc.
Pesticide contamination is a real thing. Made-up allegations of RF emanations causing health issues (except in extremely limited circumstances) are completely baseless and don't have a single iota of credible scientific backing. Every supposed study against it is anecdotal in nature, and does not stand up to even the least-rigorous examination. If you think that someone's plant dying around a meter is evidence that the meter caused it, you need to take some lessons on research, specifically, on the effects confirmation bias.
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You can't point at something and say "HA! I was RIGHT about that!" and then say "Believe me on this completely unrelated issue because I was right in the past about chemical dumping!"
Research has already been done into the issue. There is no health hazard from RF emissions in the quantities observed from these meters, and it borders on the absurd to continue to think so.
EDIT: No, I take that back, it does not border on the absurd. It's well past the border and into full on laughably absurd territory.
@ Artic Splash, But I'll bet they weren't installing a potentially dangerous meter when it exploded (and I don't mean the Tin Hat brigade), yes insurance pays you for your losses but there are cases where the Insurance Co. has gotten out of paying because of installiation issues and PECO is held blameless, and on top of that insurance doesn't replace items that are irreplaceable, like family photos and the likes. There is a story out of Houston I believe, where the Smart meter caught fire and the womans home burned to the ground and damaged at least one other, and aren't you being a LITTLE pro-establishment in your comments? Any decisions/actions that could possibly endanger my property should, ultimately rest in my hands, not in a money grubbing utility that wouldn't care if the entire block burned down if it increased their profit margins
Last edited by operaman68; 10-01-2012 at 01:35 PM.
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