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Greenwash Coolaid – E-smog is good for the planet; technocracy is democracy – Digest

This detail of an IBM ad on the back cover of the current issue of National Geographic touting ‘eMeters’ as an essential component of a ‘smarter planet’ represents a ‘visualization of the data from an eMeter’s readings for an average … Continue reading

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WOUNDED by WIRELESS

EMF Exposure Sufferers Tell Their Stories In this press conference, Josh Hart, Director of Stop Smart Meters, introduces three people from various walks of life who have become electro-sensitive by being exposed to radiation from wireless technology. Their moving stories … Continue reading

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PG&E Blinks on 'No-Opt Out' – SMeter Deployment Ramps Up Fast

PG&E considers SmartMeter compromise David R. Baker, Chronicle Staff Writer Saturday, November 20, 2010 Pacific Gas and Electric Co. is considering options for customers who fear that the utility’s new, wireless SmartMeters jeopardize their health, although company representatives won’t say … Continue reading

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