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Smart Meters: Correcting the Gross Misinformation – David Carpenter

Smart Meters: Correcting the Gross Misinformation

| 11 juin 2012
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I believe that this article is so important that we must all read.

Quebec-based magazine La Maison du 21e siecle asked physician David O. Carpenter, former founding dean of the University at Albany (NY)’s School of Public Health, to comment an open letter published in the Montreal daily Le Devoir on May 24 2012. This letter claimed wireless smart meters pose no risk to public health. More than fifty international experts contributed to the following rebuttal. 

We, the undersigned are a group of scientists and health professionals who together have coauthored hundreds of peer-reviewed studies on the health effects of electromagnetic fields (EMFs). We wish to correct some of the gross misinformation found in the letter regarding wireless “smart” meters that was published in the Montreal daily Le Devoir on May 24. Submitted by a group Quebec engineers, physicists and chemists, the letter in question reflects an obvious lack of understanding of the science behind the health impacts of the radiofrequency (RF)/microwave EMFs emitted by these meters.

Read the full letter here

Letters – Jerry Flynn to Christy Clark and Charles Reid

Jerry Flynn is a retired Canadian Army Staff officer with direct experience in Electronic Warfare (EW).

He has written to the BC Premier Christy Clark and to the President and CEO of BC Hydro Mr. Charles Reid about the dangers of Radio Frequency Radiation (RFR or RF Rad).


Read them here

Letter to BC Premier Christy Clark – from Jerry Flynn

Letter to BC Hydro President and CEO Charles Reid – from Jerry Flynn

Letter to BC Hydro President and CEO Charles Reid  – from BC MLA Scott Fraser, MLA – Alberni-Pacific Rim – in support of Jerry Flynn


Identify Mesh Networks – Smart Grids

Smart Meters are connected to the computers at BC Hydro and Fortis BC through Smart Grids or Mesh Networks.

The Smart Grids are composed of many Smart Meters that communicate with each other and a controller.  Each Smart Meter can communicate with its neighbours.  This allows a message or packet of information to be sent from the controller to any smart meter in its domain and that meter to send the answer (kWh readings or simply “I am ok”) back to the controller.

See images of various Smart Grid controllers here.

The website is now back on the air



As you may have guessed,  our website has been hacked and this took it off the air for almost 14 days.

The hack was a difficult one to fix, so difficult that our technical experts were unable to fix the site.  So we had to create a brand new site.

This will give us a chance to do some house cleaning and toss some of the old dated POSTS and PAGES away and to do a bit of reorganizing.

Our goal is to make the site a major force in our ongoing fight against the installation of  SMART METERs in BC by BC Hydro,  Fortis BC and the BC government.