Posts Tagged ‘microwave’

Grab Your Hat: “Full Signal” Documentary on Wireless Hazards Plays This Afternoon at Our Main Public Library

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

Full Signal, a “documentary” on “wireless hazards” will play at the Koret Auditorium starting at 5:30 PM

So grab your (tin foil) hat and get over there, if you want.

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“A free screening of an extraordinary new film depicting an emerging global public health issue from the widespread, unchecked proliferation of wireless technologies. This one-hour documentary by Talal Jabari was filmed in 10 countries and features some of the world’s top scientific experts on the biological effects of microwave radiation.  After the screening, there will be 45 minutes for a Q&A with environmental activist Camilla Rees, founder of ElectromagneticHealth.org and the co-author, of Public Health SOS: The Shadow Side of the Wireless Revolution. She will be joined by Bay Area activist Ellie Marks, of the California Brain Tumor Association and national advocate for cell phone safety; long-time San Francisco cell tower activist Doug Loranger of San Francisco Neighborhood Antenna-Free Union (SNAFU); and activist Melissa Weaver of the EMF Safety Network.

Watch the Full Signal trailer here:http://www.fullsignalmovie.com/trailer-credits.html.

Sponsored by the Stegner Environmental Center. A Green Stacks program.”

PG&E is Going All Out to Get You to Loooooove SmartMeters – Testing Old Meters Side-By-Side

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

I’m not exactly sure what you people are worried about with the new SmartMeters from our corporate overlords at Pigs, Giraffes, and Elephants. One issue is radiation. Really? Can a frequency make you sick?

“Hart says the electromagnetic frequency, the EMF, which is used to remotely send information from the SmartMeter on the side of your home to PG&E can make people sick.”

I don’t think so, pardner. Anyway, concerns persist over the electromagnetic fields surrounding these rigs. So, PG&E is taking steps today to make sure you get all the paliative cliches you can handle. Read all about what they’re going to do after the jump.

Now, the other issue people seem to have is meter accuracy. So, get ready for the Old vs. New side-by-side test results.

Some Californians have two meters metering just to prove that SmartMeters work:

Seems pretty close to me but, as always, You Make The Call:

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All right, all the deets of SmartMeter Best Practices after the jump. 

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