Letter: YouTube will provide smart meter answers

Skeptics, do yourself and your family a favour. Don't guess or listen to people that may have an ulterior motive.

Smart meters not a hype or paranoia, its dangers are real, just ask Health Canada

It is saddening to read articles of ignorance written by persons with no apparent knowledge, contradicting hundreds of scientific studies, data and anecdotes which are available on the Internet.

Being retired, I had a 50-year electronic background in both, analog, digital and RF [radiofrequency] devices working for various manufacturers and I do understand the implications of smart meters not just its RF radiation but its remote programming without your consent.

All and every word in the letter to the editor: Time To Put Smart Meter Paranoia To Rest (Feb. 11 Capital News) can be proven false.

It might be the writer’s lack of knowledge, or his inability to access the hundreds of scientific articles on the Internet, or he is a shill. Health Canada warns against smart meter RF emissions and scientist with more complex test equipment than I possess are able to provide you with precise data that contradicts his article.

One watt RF is one watt RF no matter what formula you use trying to hide its potency.(ie. by square cm or square meter). If your microwave would emit only one hundreds of one watt, being that of a smart meter, it would be considered unsafe.

Skeptics, do yourself and your family a favour. Don’t guess or listen to people that may have an ulterior motive, look at the following links on the Net. The information is unbiased; it will alter your process of thinking on health and many other controversial issues.






Canada, Ottawa & Vancouver Resists. The Darkside of Smart Meters


Richmond BC Smart Meter – Constant Microwave Emissions


Victoria debates Smart Meters, while 1600 are installed


Joerg Klaemt,  Kelowna


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