Smart meter technology will spread toxic radiation throughout the world
An estimated 65 million American homes already have one. They have been touted as being part of the “green energy revolution,” a way to reduce energy consumption nationwide and of benefit to the consumer overall. But, countless accounts of sickness and even death are telling an entirely different story – when it comes to so-called ‘smart meters.’
In reality, smart meters are not smart, they’re actually emitting toxic radiation and are quite dangerous – on so many levels. Repeated exposure can lead to migraines and neurological conditions as well as brain, breast and other kinds of cancer.
Smart metering signifies the digitalization of individual energy use into one central “grid.” Smart meters are individual two-way communication systems that are part of this larger grid. Within them, energy usage over a certain period of time is calculated and that information is sent to the energy company in that region via a Wifi network.
Smart meters are also part of a larger network called the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI). AMI began with the American Recovery and Investment Act of 2009. According to an in-depth Westin-Price report conducted in 2015, the Obama Administration has poured an estimated 11 billion dollars into AMI – mostly for incentive programs to encourage utility companies to participate.
AMI connects all electrical service across the entire nation into one networked system. According to the Westin-Price report, the Department of Energy (DOE) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), as well as major universities and corporations, including “General Electric, IBM, Hewlett Packard, Siemens, Toshiba, Microsoft, Cisco, Verizon, Google, Itron and Tantalus,” are making huge profits off of the creation and maintenance of AMI.
And that may be just the tip of the iceberg. According to a letter written by Virginia Farver, whose son Rich was part of the “Brain Cancer Cluster” (half a dozen students who developed fatal brain cancers between 2008-2010 on the campus of San Diego State University), also part of the SMART Grid network is a world-wide network of communications systems which includes academic-based regional computer networks such as San Diego’s High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network (HPWREN), Lambda Rail (Grid), the Tera Grid and the PRAGAMA Grid.