Category Archives: Berkeley

SSM! Director Josh Hart Threatened with Electricity Disconnect

This opinion piece was published today in the Portola Reporter. Let’s Take Back Our Power & Wise Up to “Smart” Meters By Josh Hart, Director StopSmartMeters.Org My partner and I moved to Plumas County last summer from the Coastal Mountains.  … Continue reading

Posted in Berkeley, California, Cancer, Cell phones, Changing a Meter, Citizen rebellion, CPUC, Democracy, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, FCC, Federal Government, Fires, health effects, Health studies, legal issues, neighborhood organizing, Obama, PG&E, Physicians, Privacy, radio-frequency radiation, Safety, Smart Grid, Wi-Fi, World Health Organization | 13 Comments

Seen on a Gate in Berkeley, California

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The System’s Getting Nervous…

The vicious beating of peaceful protesters yesterday at UC Berkeley- against thousands of students peacefully assembling and speaking out- is an indication that the system is feeling increasingly threatened by the growing Occupy movement. This is the same system that … Continue reading

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Two Upcoming Events: Cell-Phone Safety Forum (Berkeley) and Smart Meter Forum (Glendale)

Two upcoming events in California: Southern California Smart Meter Forum, on Thurs. Nov. 10 in Glendale CA. Speakers include Cindy Sage, EMF expert, and Mindy Spatt of TURN. Cell Phone Safety Public Forum (poster below with info) will be held … Continue reading

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Dutch Research on Wireless Tree Damage Backs Up “Smart” Meter Plant Harm Observations

Yesterday, we received the following update from the disabled woman who had been living above 112 electrical ‘smart’ meters in the complex in Berkeley.   For the last several months, she has been living in only half of her section 8 … Continue reading

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