Smart Meter Injury Testimonials

California residents return smart meters en masse to the utility in an early action coordinated by StopSmartMeters.org

More than a dozen California residents injured by smart meter radiation returned their smart meters en masse to the utility in an effective 2011 direct action

If you ever think to yourself, “oh maybe it’s not that bad- maybe people are exaggerating the health threat posed by smart meters…” read this document (pdf) and print it out for your family.

The document contains Stop Smart Meters! official testimony that we submitted as part of the Maine Supreme Court case. It includes dozens of firsthand testimonials from people who were injured primarily by PG&E “Smart” Meters.  We’ve also submitted similar testimony in proceedings in the United Kingdom and recently, in New Mexico.

We’ve permanently linked the document at the top of the “Don’t Miss” menu on the right side of our site, so you can easily find it. To watch a video of the ladies above, and others speaking about the serious health impacts that led them to take direct action and have the meters removed from their properties, click here. Links to peer-reviewed science that backs up the thousands of these testimonials can be found on our Science Page.

The Evidence is in.  It’s Time to Act.

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2 Responses to Smart Meter Injury Testimonials

  1. anonymous says:

    5 Hotels Where You Can Escape the Election Hubbub
    Tune out, turn down the volume – choose the right getaway to get away from the electoral noise. Many hotels and inns are promoting their isolation and digital detox.

    Robert McGarvey Robert McGarvey
    Follow Sep 26, 2016 5:17 PM EDT

    Sometimes you just want to get away from the noise of the presidential campaigns especially in this boisterous election season. The question is, can you in fact escape the din, or are we doomed to hear the mutual shouting until November 8 and maybe even beyond?

    Good news: there are hotel getaways where – pretty much guaranteed – you won’t be subjected to 24/7 updates of what The The Donald said, or maybe it’s Hillary you don’t want to hear from. Possibly both. It doesn’t matter: you won’t be updated on any of them if you choose the right getaway.

    Sounding good? Here’s where you want to stay when what you crave is a real getaway.

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    Beware, however. Many hotels now are selling what they call “digital detox” getaways. The problem: it takes willpower to steer clear of your own phone which you handed over to a “detox concierge” (or similar) and just because they took the TV out of your room on your request, doesn’t mean you won’t watch it in the bar. What we need is a cold turkey environment. And that’s what you will see here. These are the real deal, for when you really, really have heard enough about the candidates, the issues, Brexit, the wall on the Mexican border, trade war with China, and all the rest.

    When you crave the sounds of silence, here’s where to check in.

    5. River’s End Inn. It’s located where the Russian River dumps into the Pacific Ocean in Jenner, Calif., right in Sonoma County — just a beautiful setting. River’s End is a small inn with only five rooms. Now get this: “no TVs, no telephones, and no data ports,” the inn says on its website. Oh and, “No New York Times at your doorstep,” either, the inn says. And it also proudly insists there is no cell service. Some 90 minutes away there’s the Golden Gate Bridge and the hubbub of Baghdad by the Bay, aka San Francisco, but on the very edge of Sonoma County where this inn sits, there is only the sound of the river and the ocean.

    Robert McGarvey
    Sep 27, 2016 5:41 PM EDT
    The Job Outlook for Seniors Suddenly Brightens
    The Job Outlook for Seniors Suddenly Brightens

    Seniors are suddenly in demand – at least in some fields. A tight job market has employers taking new looks at the elderly. (a commentary from anonymous trend forecaster: Life respecting and celebrating Centenarrians and Centennials are
    emerging and rebirthing a boon for quality, skill, tradition, integrity, wisdom and humanity as natural immortality resurfaces from previous ages: Age-discriminating and automated millenialism has begun to reach its peak, “appeal” and desirability — many trends eventually fade out that are not of lasting and enduring value. The next generation and the generations of Centenarrians and Centennials (life honoring vs. technology worshipping generations) will have more in common and strengths together … they can help bridge and heal the gap of the last 10 years, of all ages and spirit .).

    Robert McGarvey
    Sep 26, 2016 12:48 PM EDT

    • anonymous says:

      The above author’s opinions regarding the elections do not reflect the poster’s but of the trend for analog services – as it was pre-wireless radiation and privacy intrusive.

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