Category Archives: Smart Grid

Where “Smart” is Getting Us

This new music video by Moby perfectly captures the brutal alienation of our smartphone-obsessed world. We’re going to end up in a very bad place indeed unless we wake up, put down our digital devices, and re-engage with the beauty … Continue reading

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The Wireless Industry’s Attack on Our Quality of Life

At Stop Smart Meters! we talk a lot about the (now dizzying) amount of evidence piling up that wireless microwave radiation causes cancer and other illnesses.  But what about the (often less tangible) effects that this radiation is having on … Continue reading

Posted in Citizen rebellion, Class Issues and Social Equality, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, EMF Mitigation, health effects, neighborhood organizing, radio-frequency radiation, Smart Grid | 1 Comment

Smart Meter Data at Crux of Arkansas Murder Case

Imagine this scenario: You just got a bonus at work, bought a new barbecue smoker and a large hot tub at your suburban home. Your 5-year old son (whom you have custody of) is at his mother’s home for the … Continue reading

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Smart Meter Injury Testimonials

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! … Continue reading

Posted in California, Citizen rebellion, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, health effects, Maine, neighborhood organizing, PG&E, radio-frequency radiation, Safety, Santa Cruz County, Smart Grid, U.K. | 2 Comments

Smart Meters Not Even Needed, Say EU Industry Insiders

Last month, electric power industry insiders admitted at the Eurelectric Conference what experts have known for years– that an efficient, advanced electric power system does not need smart meters after all. This is another blow to the smart grid industry, … Continue reading

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