2014-08-18 Prominent scientist calling for RF to be a 2a (probable) carcinogen

1) A well-known researcher is interviewed about RF, especially the dangers associated with use of cell phones. He, along with many others, asserts that the evidence is sufficient to classify RF radiation as a 2a carcinogen (probably carcinogenic to humans). This is the same RF emitted by $$meters, Wi-Fi, cordless phones and baby monitors.

http://www.dnaindia.com/scitech/report-use-of-cell-phones-increases-cancer-risk-2011557

2) Medicine Hat, Alberta suspends $meter program  to investigate safety of $meter.

http://www.cjme.com/story/medicine-hat-follows-saskatchewan-pauses-smart-meter-program/397926

3) Sask Power was allowed, via an exemption, to allow unqualified people, just like Corix installers, to install their $meters. This exemption has been withdrawn.

http://regina.ctvnews.ca/sask-revoked-exemption-for-smart-meter-contractor-over-supervision-issue-1.1963145#commentsForm-547705

4) In Saskatchewan, fires occurred during pilot project. It appears that those who should have known about the fire hazard allowed the installations to proceed. This sure sounds like harmful negligence to me. Shouldn’t someone be held accountable for allowing lives and property to be put in danger?

http://www.mjtimes.sk.ca/Opinion/Editorials/2014-08-18/article-3838501/Big-bullseye-on-Brad-Wall,-Sask.-Party-MLAs/1

Letters:
Sent: August 16, 2014
To: info@oipc.bc.ca
Cc: una@citizensforsafetechnology.org; dsnoble@shaw.ca; adrian.dix.mla@leg.bc.ca; greg.kyllo.mla@leg.bc.ca; john.horgan.mla@leg.bc.ca; marthawickett@saobserver.net; editorial@lakeshorenews.bc.ca; richard@vernonmorningstar.com; news@chbcnews.ca
Subject: Lack of Information

Office of the Information & Privacy Commissioner of BC

Victoria, BC  V8W 9A4

August 16, 2014

Dear Commissioner Denham,

In face of the overwhelming mountain of information and evidence concerning the smart meter, smart grid, smart ‘everything’ wireless protocols, none of which has been positive, one wonders where the agents responsible for alerting the citizens of Canada and in our case Brutish Columbia, have been hiding for the past half dozen years or more.

If the mandate of the Freedom of Information Act is to bring to the public’s attention certain risks involved in various governmental and corporate programs, then the OIPC and you, the Commissioner, Sir, along with all the governmental watchdogs and checks and balances have been sadly delinquent in the execution of the duties for which you have been mandated.

The Precautionary Principle “…… implies that there is a social responsibility to protect the public from exposure to harm, when scientific investigation has found a plausible risk. These protections can be relaxed only if further scientific findings emerge that provide sound evidence that no harm will result.” This principle has been made law in some European Union jurisdictions but never to my knowledge has it ever been practised as a sensible consideration in this entire nation and certainly not in the Hansard record of the BC Legislature.

The alarming negative conclusions of an enormous number of documented accounts of scientific and medical research carried out under strict procedures by world class scientists and technicians with nothing to gain except the truth, has been unequivocally ignored by our government, its agencies and the corporate masters to which they bow and scrape.

The question is: When will the insanity be brought to a screeching halt and when will those honest and erudite individuals who wield even a modicum of authority stand up and be accountable or…..perhaps be allowed to stand up and be accountable?

Commissioner, the electorate is growing impatient.

So sincerely it makes me sick…….literally!

Edgar Murdoch (name included with author’s permission)

Enderby, BC

Please read from the bottom up.

From:
Sent: August 18, 2014 11:41 AM
To: Complaints BCUC:EX
Subject: Re Failed Meter Installation Charge

Thank you Mr. Wruck!

My phone number is —–

I give you consent to my privacy information.

I have emailed BC Hydro as well as Mr.Reimer and neither responded. My correspondence with BC Hydro has been via email so that I have a track record with them.

My account is in good standing and has been for 15 years, I have paid the legacy meter charges from the beginning, BC Hydro is very aware that I do not wish to have a smart meter. They are also aware that if they need to remove my analog that they replace it with another analog.

To date, the only representative from BC Hydro who has been by my house has been a meter reader on July 31 at noon. No one else has been by. The meter reader specifically said he was there to read the meter only and joked about not exchanging my meter.

There has been no attempt to exchange my meter, as well as no attempt to let me know they were here and ask me to turn my power off so they could replace my analog.

There has been no notice left anywhere on my property that they attempted to change the meter, nor was there a date on the ‘failed installation charge of $65 on my bill.

I have expressed that I wish to have this charge plus GST of 3.25 taken off my bill. This is a charge for services NOT rendered.

I have not resisted another analog if BC Hydro so requires it, however I DO very much resist a charge for something that has not happened.

I appreciate you stepping in on my behalf.

—– Original Message —–

From: “Complaints BCUC:EX” <Complaints@bcuc.com>

To:

Sent: Monday, August 18, 2014 10:25:44 AM

Subject: Re Failed Meter Installation Charge

Dear XXXX

Thank you for your email to the BC Utilities Commission regarding your concerns about a failed installation charge.

Commission staff can help investigate your concerns through our complaints process. In order to move ahead with your complaint, please send in the following information:

* Your telephone number

* Your consent to your information, including correspondence, being shared with the company (privacy consent)

* A description of the contacts you made with the company and reasons, from your viewpoint, why your complaint remains unresolved

The British Columbia Utilities Commission and Utility Customer Complaints

The Commission receives complaints from utility customers and works to resolve these complaints where they fall within the Commission’s jurisdiction. Commission staff investigate customer complaints to ensure utilities are following their tariffs and the Utilities Commission Act . For more information on the Commission’s complaints process, please visit our website at: http://www.bcuc.com/Complaint.aspx .

Thank you again for contacting the Commission.

Regards,

Patrick Wruck

Customer Service Specialist

British Columbia Utilities Commission

6 th Floor, 900 Howe Street, Box 250

Vancouver, B.C. V6Z 2N3

Website: www.bcuc.com

Phone: 604.660.4700 | Fax: 604.660.1102 | Toll Free: 1.800.663.1385

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—–Original Message—–

From: XXX

Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2014 1:34 PM

To: BC Hydro Customer Service

Cc: Horgan.MLA, John LASS:EX; Commission Secretary BCUC:EX; Wruck, Patrick BCUC:EX; greg.reimer@bchydro.com; info@bcombudsperson.ca;

Subject: Re Failed Meter Installation Charge

To Whom it may concern.

I received my BC Hydro bill in the mail today. Upon examination of the charges, I see a failed meter installation charge of $65.

Please note:

There is no date of when this failed installation was to have occurred.

There was no notice left by BC Hydro that you had attempted to install another meter.

I am home at all times and the ONLY BC Hydro person who came by was on July 31/2014 to read the meter. At least that is what he told me when I went outside to check.

I object to a charge of $65 for something that has not occurred.

Please credit my account in the amount of $68.25 ($65. plus 3.25 GST).

Should you wish to replace my current analog with another analog, please make an appointment and I’ll be more than happy to accommodate you. Please note I said analog meter.

Thank you for your time. I look forward to your reply via email.

The appropriate people have been CC’d in this email. I would appreciate their help in this matter should BC Hydro refuse to co-operate.

 

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