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SDG&E Smart Meters – cause of heart trouble?

To all who asked questions above: 1. Yes, smart meters (radiation) can make humans and pets sick in the manner you have described. See Dr. Dan Harper (www.drdanharper.com) in Solana Beach, CA, for more info on this. Insomnia, ringing of the ears is very common. My traditional doctor ENT (local in San Diego) diagnosed electromagnetic field exposure as cause of my ringing ears and resultant hearing LOSS. 2. Now that the World Health Organization has determined that rf radiation (same type as smart meters emit) is worthy of inclusion on the B2 list of carcinogens, we have a solid authoritative body that can back our claims of health effects. FYI, I developed a rapidly growing skin cancer that looked like a large pencil eraser, within five months of the installation of the two smart meters on my home. It grew on my face, on the side facing the meter at the same level, as I read in bed for many hours each week. The doctor who operated to remove it said YES it could have come from radiation exposure. IF YOU DON'T WANT A SMART METER, JOIN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIANS AGAINST SMART METERS, A PROJECT OF CENTER FOR ELECTROSMOG PREVENTION WWW.ELECCTROSMOGPREVENTION.ORG. WE ARE A NEWLY FORMED CALIFORNIA NONPROFIT THAT REPRESENTS THE PUBLIC AND UTILITY CUSTOMERS ON THIS ISSUE. HELP SUPPORT OUR EFFORTS - TRUST ME, THESE DEVICES ARE DANGEROUS.
— June 3, 2011 11 a.m.

SDG&E Smart Meters – cause of heart trouble?

ANYONE WITH ANY HEALTH EFFECTS THAT DEVELOPED AFTER SMART METERS WERE INSTALLED IN THEIR NEIGHBORHOOD OR HOME SHOULD FILE A COMPLAINT WITH THE CPUC (California Public Utilities Regulatory Commission)go to www.cpuc.ca.gov and see Complaint section. Keep a copy and send it to www.emfsafetynetwork.org, which is tracking these. CPUC says small number of claims filed, this is not necessarily true. They have a tendency to downplay and lose the claims. This is essential to opting out and dismantling of this dangerous smart meter program in Southern CA. Make all complaints in writing and include SDG&E in your written complaints. Honeybee behavior & bio under electrosmog caused by electromagnetic radiations http://www.smartmeterdangers.org/index.php/smar... The article above explains why. Our wildlife and the food chain is at stake here. This surpasses or is at least equal to the global warming threat. WE MUST NOT LET CORPORATE GREED DESTROY OUR COUNTY AND STATE WITH DANGEROUS SMART METERS. Please go to www.smartmeterdangers.org and email [email protected] if you or your organization wants to help fight these meters in our county.
— April 28, 2011 9:31 a.m.

SDG&E Smart Meters – cause of heart trouble?

Robert, all of the above is true, I have researched these areas. Thank you for posting this information. San Diego County residents have no idea how dangerous these meters are - who would think that a utility would make such bad decisions? But actually, considering the movie Erin Brokovich, I do recall another CA utility doing so. I want to warn people that they have to also worry about their water districts, as those utility companies are jumping on the smart meter bandwagon, too, adding more rf radiation to your front yards and house. They can be stopped. Use this information with your ELECTED city council, county supervisors, and water district officials : Reasons to Say No to Smart MetersEducational Packet http://www.scribd.com/doc/52614951/Reasons-to-S.... The packet is for speakers to use to fight smart meters and was helpful when confronting Helix Water District about their pilot project using 322 smart meters in the Mt. Helix area (still in place now) and plans for expansion. When exposed in the media, they quickly dropped the plan citing financial reasons. This editorial helped: http://www.smartmeterdangers.org/index.php/smar.... New Smart Meters Aren't So Smart: The Utility Company's Silent Killer http://www.smartmeterdangers.org/index.php/smar... also can be read. Helix Water Decides New Meters Not Smart for Now http://www.smartmeterdangers.org/index.php/smar... and http://www.smartmeterdangers.org/index.php/smar... are two more stories. Please read the comments, they are very revealing. We need to fight the smart meters and end this new, quite unnecessary public health threat to our children and families.
— April 27, 2011 9:33 p.m.

SDG&E Smart Meters – cause of heart trouble?

We do not need more harmful radiation in our homes or neighborhoods, brought to us involuntarily by our local utilities. I am a resident of La Mesa. I have studied the smart meter problem extensively. Our local media has not covered this topic even though 42 California municipalities have banned or taken a formal position against smart meters, including 8 counties, in Northern and Central California, to date. I commend the Reader and ask for a full article - even a series, as there is much the public needs to know immediately. The danger is great now and will get much worse when and if San Diego Gas & Electric turns up the signals, sending data in real time, every minute or more. I expect even more severe injuries and deaths, then. They must be prevented from doing this. Right now, the injuries are occurring with sending the data every 15-30 minutes, so the results will be exponential. This harm could happen at any time, whenever SDG&E goes to real time mode. Right now, people are being injured and some, very few, know it. Not all the injuries can be felt, for instance, damage to DNA or the blood brain barrier, or inflammation. The two smart meters installed last May have given me at least fifteen separate health effects that are intolerable and include ringing of the ears, pain in ears, hearing loss, severe headaches that last for days, dizziness, cognitive issues, development of emf and radiation sensitivities, skin cancer, headaches daily, and more. I cannot use the master bedroom where the electrical meter was installed on the exterior side. In fact, I cannot enter the bedroom and cannot use that end of the house anymore. I am sleeping in the living room. I cannot go near the electrical meter, must stay at least 12 feet away at all times. Loss of the yard on that side, too. This is an absolute outrage that cannot and should not be tolerated in this country, state, county, and city. I have established Smart Meter Dangers, located at www.smartmeterdangers.org, where I have placed much of the science and proofs that these meters are harmful, with links to other related sites of interest. There is basic information, including the list of symptoms people may wish to review. Please visit that site and review all that is on it. The bottomline is, these meters, for a variety of reasons, some not all understood fully, are making people ill and harming them. Over 5,000 people had complained to the CPUC by August, 2010. We have asked the utilities to remove the meters. They refuse. San Diego Gas & Electric told me they were unable to do so, which I was told was untrue by CPUC. They can and should allow people sick from the meters or concerned about them to immediately opt out. We need to organize in San Diego County to fight these meters and utilities, to get all these dangerous meters removed. Contact me at [email protected] if you want to organize opposition to this totally unprecedented and unacceptable environmental health threat.
— April 27, 2011 9:12 p.m.
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