1) From another expert about fire extinguishers and electrical fires – don’t try to fight, just get out!!
Only certain types of fire extinguishers are safe for electrical fires, e.g. dry powder or CO2 or type C. In the event of a fire, there is no time to check the type of extinguisher!
The advice to get out is the safest way.. There is really no way to fight an escalating electrical fire that continues to pour energy into the fire from the Grid until after the power has been disconnected (or shot out!).
The chemical smoke is highly dangerous – burning plastic produces hydrochloric acid gas that can seriously damage lungs and corrode equipment.
2) Another good experience with an installer. So good to know that some of these people are like this and even go that much extra!
I am writing to let you know that I had a very pleasant experience with the exchange of my analogue meter yesterday.
Jordan from Corix/Hydro phoned me to make an appointment and came with a smile and was very helpful explaining what he would be doing for the exchange.
He gave me a clean analogue meter, just as I had asked for, plus he helped me change a light bulb.
3) Another article, this one by a parent, about how reducing exposure to RF can help many children with autism:
4) Many people are suffering symptoms of sensitivity after getting a $$meter. Perhaps for them the $$meter is the last straw for their bodies, but they and their doctors might not be aware of the relationship between RF and their health problems.
Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters