Monday, February 1, 2016

Smart Meters & Controversy


The City of Battle Creek's Commissioner Sherzer sent me information regarding "RF Exposure and Health Concerns" in response to my numerous comments and objections to smart meter installations.  The information he sent noted the FCC and the American Cancer Society, among other sources.

This was my response to Commissioner Sherzer:

Commissioner Sherzer,

Perhaps you have not heard most, if not all, of what I have been saying at City Commission meetings regarding smart meters, the radiation coming from them, and what others are saying about this controversial subject, so I will reiterate: 

Cell Tower Attorneys explain how the FCC is NOT protecting us:  http://bit.ly/1juGqcG

The Appeal in front the the United Nations and World Health Organization, signed by over 200 scientists requesting, among other things, revised "safe" levels of electromagnetic radio and microwave frequencies allowed in our environment, INCLUDING those coming from smart meters:  http://bit.ly/1PFZi56

UCSC professor and nuclear radiation expert's claim that the radiation from ONE smart meter, when CORRECTED for whole-body exposure and duty cycle,  is equivalent to 50 to 160 cell phones:  http://bit.ly/1MHFf6I

The American Academy of Environmental Medicine's view of smart meter microwave radiation and how they OPPOSE smart meters being installed on homes:  

"Emissions given off by 'smart meters' have been classified by the World Health Organization International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) as a Possible Human Carcinogen. Hence, we call for: (1) An immediate moratorium on 'smart meter' installation until these serious public health issues are resolved.  Continuing with their installation would be extremely irresponsible.  (2) Modify the revised proposed decision to include hearings on health impact in the second proceedings, along with cost evaluation and community wide opt-out.  (3) Provide immediate relief to those requesting it and restore the analog meters."

The American Cancer Society's International Agency for Research on Cancer's view that cell phone radiation is "possibly carcinogenic," (and the radiation from a smart meter is compared to cell phones by the smart meter industry):  http://www.iarc.fr/en/media-centre/pr/2011/pdfs/pr208_E.pdf

What the Telecommunications Act of 1996 did for us:  http://www.anticelltowerlawyers.com/questions-answers/


Wireless Radiation Danger to Babies and Children (video of The Babysafe Press Conference):  http://bit.ly/1RUeA98

And the fact that you can not disprove on paper the actual experience of hundreds, perhaps thousands, of people who DO react adversely to smart meters and other sources of electromagnetic radio frequency and microwave radiation:  http://bit.ly/1OzLpC5

Do you really want to be known as the Commissioner(s) who allowed smart meters to be installed while all this controversy around them exists?  Do you really want to gamble with your health and the health of your loved ones, your children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, that they will NOT be adversely affected by the radiation from this massive deployment of smart meters? 

That is a huge responsibility that you may one day regret.  Are you ready for that?

Most Sincerely,

Jeanine Deal

"So we, being many, are one body in Christ, and every one members one of another." ~ Romans 12:5

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