Monthly Archives: March 2011

New Critical Problem with 'Smart' Meters: The Switching-Mode Power Supply (SMPS)

[Left: Warning label on side of a typical ‘smart’ meter. ] by Mary Beth Brangan and James Heddle Just When You Thought It Was Safe to Opt-Out Ironically, now that PG&E is offering to disable the wireless RF function (for … Continue reading

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Barefoot Radiation-Exposed Person’s Guidebook – Guest Blog

Barefoot Radiation-Exposed Person’s Guidebook: An Organic Kitchen Sink Of Radiation Detox Information Authors: Ben Colodzin, Ph.D, Hildegarde Staninger, Ph.D, RIET-1, Janet Starr Hull, Ph.D, and Shoshanna Allison. PART ONE: INTRODUCTION Hello to all fellow beings sharing this predicament of breathing … Continue reading

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From Blowback to Pushback – Nix Nukes Now! – Digest 3-25-11

The Fallout is Blowback; Fukushima’s Reactors ‘Made in USA’: [For update sources and fallout monitoring links, please scroll down. ] Potential dispersion of the radioactive cloud over The Northern Hemisphere These animations display a potential dispersion of the radioactive cloud … Continue reading

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A Scientist-Mom Writes Her Rep re Diablo – Guest Blog – Cindy Sage

Environmental Consultant Cindy Sage Writes Her Representative, Sen. Sam Blakelee 23 March 2011 Honorable Sam Blakeslee. Senator State Capitol, Room 4070 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: (916) 651-4015 Fax: (916) 445-8081 Hi Sam, I have some thoughts for you, as you … Continue reading

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Fukushima Fallout – Facts & Fictions – Digest 3-22-2011

This edition of the Digest is organized under the following topic headings: Update Sources Recent Reports Fallout Monitoring and Mapping Cover-Up & Denial Analysis Protection Measures Independent Expert Commentaries Above – California’s own timebomb nukes: San Onofre (left) and Diablo … Continue reading

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FUKUSHIMA FALLOUT – Lessons from Chernobyl

The Man Who Blew the Whistle on Nuclear Denial After Chernobyl Dr. Dave DeSante is the founder of the Institute for Bird Population in Point Reyes, California. After the radioactive cloud from Chernobyl passed over the U.S. West Coast in … Continue reading

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Nuclear Fallout Alert – Digest Special Edition 3-17-11 (Updated 3-15-11)

Nakata/AP A one-year-old boy is re-checked for radiation exposure after being decontaminated in Nihonmatsu, Fukushiima, northern Japan on Monday. Update 3-17-2011: Protective Measures from Radioactivity in North America – From NIRS – the Nuclear Information and Resource Service Update: IFG’s … Continue reading

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Resistance is Fertile: CPUC Orders 'Opt-Out' & Richmond Fights SF SM Blitz – Digest 3-11-11

Peevey Orders SM Opt-Out Option…if you pay! [Click title to view KCRA-TV video] CPUC Says PG&E Should Allow SmartMeter Opt-Out Some Customers Worry About Potential Health Effects SAN FRANCISCO — California regulators will ask Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to … Continue reading

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Experts Debunk 'Smart' Meters – Pt.1 – Jeffry Fawcett, Ph.D.

Jeffry Fawcett, PhD talks about the multiple risks of wireless ‘smart’ meters at a recent community forum hosted by North Bay Patriots. Dr. Fawcett is an environmental economist, writer, and health educator. He produces the Your Own Health And Fitness … Continue reading

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Cindy Sage Responds to EPRI's Critique

“EPRI’s comment letter mischaracterizes information presented in the Sage Report, and then attacks its own mischaracterizations.” Sage Associates Response to a critique of The Sage Report on RF Exposures from Wireless ‘Smart’ Meters February 14, 2011 [This response is available … Continue reading

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