Smart meters cook us with thousands of microwave pulses every day, while collecting our private information for the utility company

While exposing you to this risky radiation, the meters are also transmitting your personal information, and you have no way of controlling this or finding out who can see it.

2 thoughts on “Smart meters cook us with thousands of microwave pulses every day, while collecting our private information for the utility company

  1. A smart meter is the worst – it puts out about 100 times more microwave radiation than a cell phone. It also puts it out continuously, whereas cell phones put it out intermittently when you take or receives calls and/or texts or when your cellphone periodically searches for a cellphone tower. As for a microwave, it only puts out microwaves when it on and if it leaks – most of them do. When I was in training, patients with pacemakers were warned not to stand within 10 feet of microwave ovens when they’re in operations.

    I was lucky in that I was able to stop my power company from installing a Smart Meter. Some of my friends have been less successful and have lined their inside wall adjacent to their Smart Meter with aluminum foil. The current advice is that you should never carry your cellphone in direct contact with any part of your body and you should use an audio cable to talk on a cellphone (or put it on speaker phone). Don’t hold it against your head if you don’t want to get a brain tumor.

    If you must use a microwave (it tends to destroy the nutritional value of food), I would recommend leaving the kitchen while it’s in operation.

    Microwaves don’t hurt you by “cooking” you – they disrupt delicate electromagnetic signals that control the proper functioning of the heart and the brain.

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