Category Archives: Plant damage

Arizona Smart Grid “Collector Cactus” Killing Plant Life

More evidence that smart meters and their infrastructure are harming living things. This smart grid collector- disguised as a saguaro cactus- is emitting high levels of microwave radiation that appear to be harming the oleander bush and other plants directly … Continue reading

Posted in Arizona, Plant damage, radio-frequency radiation | 12 Comments

Fake Cactus Smart Grid Antennas Damaging Real Ones?

A reader submitted these videos from Arizona- above is what appears to be a smart meter collector antenna disguised as a saguaro cactus.   Below are a number of real saguaros adjacent to a utility yard containing a cell tower.  Microwave … Continue reading

Posted in Arizona, Environmental Concerns, Plant damage, radio-frequency radiation, Smart Grid | 3 Comments

PG&E: Let Us Cut Down Your Trees- or We’ll Cut You Off

Just in time for Earth Day comes a story to warm your heart.  According to the Santa Cruz Sentinel, PG&E has been demanding that property owners allow the utility to hack away at, and cut down trees- ostensibly to protect … Continue reading

Posted in California, Citizen rebellion, Environmental Concerns, PG&E, Plant damage, radio-frequency radiation, Santa Cruz County | 9 Comments

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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“Independent” “Smart” Meter Proponent on PG&E Payroll; Company Failed to Disclose Financial Ties

Mahlon Aldridge works for Ecology Action in Santa Cruz, and makes a six digit salary from PG&E contracts, disclosures that would have been relevant on this PG&E funded circular- one might have thought he was just a “Santa Cruz resident”  … Continue reading

Posted in Bees, Carbon Offsets, Citizen rebellion, Democracy, Environmental Concerns, interference, PG&E, Plant damage, Privacy, Santa Cruz County, World Health Organization | 8 Comments