Wednesday, August 17, 2016

"We Are The Evidence"

Angel of Truth photograph by Nicholas Miller found here

Last night at the Battle Creek City Commission meeting I shared summaries of some of the public comments from the Michigan Oversight Committee Hearing on Smart Meters, December 2014.  What I shared was from just a few of the many people who testified to adverse health effects from smart meters.

If I spelled someone's name incorrectly that you know of, please let me know.  

This was my three-minute "General Public Comment" to the commissioners:
I recently sent you all a link to the video of the Michigan Oversight Committee Hearing on smart meters, December 2, 2014.  I would like to read a summary of a few of the comments.
Lori Ebaugh, Milford, MI:  Didn't know a smart meter had been installed, started to experience heart palpitations, heart arrhythmia, insomnia, high-pitched ringing in her ears.  
Carol Garcia, Rochester Hills, MI:  Was very healthy.  Became "deadly sick" after 2 to 3 months of smart meter exposure.  Symptoms: "Every day" bloody nose, headache, vertigo, nausea, chest palpitations, insomnia, fatigue.  Three of her doctors want smart meters removed from her house immediately. 
Melissa Cardon, Muskegon County, MI:  Her husband started to experience more frequent epileptic seizures, inability to sleep and neuropathy in his legs.  Both experienced elevated blood pressure.  They are low income, so the opt-out fees are significant for them.
April Jones, Shelby Township, MI:  Headaches, sharp pains in her head, dizziness, insomnia, extreme fatigue, depression, anxiety, agitation, nausea, joint and muscle pain, memory issues, palpitations, chest pains, arrhythmia, shortness of breath, became bedridden.  Can not live in a facility with a smart meter.  
Linda Kurtz from Michigan's Smart Meter Education Network submitted a comment about 60% of the people who've called her with smart meter health complaints didn't know a smart meter had been installed when they began to experience their symptoms. 
"We are the evidence..." 
This is only a small fraction of the people who testified on December 2, yet our utility companies continue to install smart meters.  These people are the evidence something is gravely wrong. 
This is not a matter of the science catching up with technology, because the science is available.  I've shared numerous articles and quotes with you, and now "reliable diseasebiomarkers characterizing and identifying electrohypersensitivity" has been studied and identified.  
This is a matter of mainstream acceptance of the truth of electrohypersensitivity and smart meters.
Smart meter opt-out fees are discriminatory.  And it's troubling the only concern the City Attorney of Battle Creek expressed in regards to all the Michigan lawsuits involving smart meters, was whether or not any of them had been upheld.  
If you are truly concerned about the safety of all the citizens in Battle Creek, which you had expressed (earlier in the meeting), Mayor Walters, please, help stop this and support House Bill 4916, Analog Utility Meter Choice legislation.
Thank you for listening.  May you all truly be blessed. 



For more information about electrohypersensitivity, please see:

If you live in Michigan and would like to support legislation that allows all utility customers the choice to keep analog public utility meters, please see:



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