Author Archives: Josh Hart

The Invisible Rainbow- Arthur Firstenberg

Released on Earth Day this year, The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and Life is the culmination of EMF activist Arthur Firstenberg’s long career fighting wireless infrastructure. The Invisible Rainbow is “easy to read, hard to put down, sublimely … Continue reading

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Governor Brown, Put the Pen Down.

Here is a critical and timely action you can take to stop SB649 in California. Take action and fill out a formal complaint to fax to the CA Attorney General and Governor using the easy FaxZero website (note that more … Continue reading

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CA Legislature Approves SB649 By Narrow Margin– CALL GOVERNOR NOW TO VETO

California residents are strongly advised to speak out against SB649 which was (shamefully and barely) approved by the legislature on Sept. 13th/ 14th.  This terrible bill now heads to the governor’s desk.  Make a quick call to Gov. Brown now … Continue reading

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Community Gathers to Defend One of Their Own in Ann Arbor

On Monday, August 14, 2017, people from across Michigan participated in a community defense mass action to stop unauthorized “smart” meter installation and to show the utility company that they will not submit to the utility’s coercive tactics. Since then, … Continue reading

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Fake Back Your Power? The Emperor Wears no Clothes…

The film “Take Back Your Power” by Canadian immigrant Josh del Sol- released in 2013- did an excellent job of dramatically describing the problems caused by smart meters. Unfortunately the solutions that Mr. del Sol proposes to deal with the … Continue reading

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