As if smart meters weren’t creepy enough, it appears that utility companies have been hiding wireless transmitters in so-called ‘analog’ meters, without informing the public. You might be paying hundreds of dollars a year for a meter that looks like a safe analog with a spinning disc or dials, but it is still pulsing microwave radiation. Sound like a bait & switch scam? It is.
Thanks to eiwellspring.org for shedding some light on the ‘trojan horse’ analog meter problem. Aside from the identification methods in the article, the only sure fire way to make sure your analog is not a ‘trojan horse’ is to acquire an RF meter and test it yourself (something we strongly recommend in this age of wireless damage denial).
A Trojan horse ‘analog’ meter (L&G MX model) has been linked with a case of throat cancer in California that is currently the subject of litigation. Shame on the utilities for playing such games. It seems the little boys that created the Enron mess never grew up.
Read the whole article on stealth or trojan horse ‘analog’ meters here.