- Below in letters is a letter written to an Alberta government official after the major electrical fire in Calgary this month. Wireless radiation has been shown to accelerate corrosion of metal. Could this have contributed to the fire? Major infrastructure components, like pipes, support beams, etc. could be weakened by the increasing RFR pollution.
- Saskatchewan Energy Minister says if he had been informed about problems with the $$meters and didn’t react, he should resign. The same thing applies to Bill Bennett. He has been told over and over about the fire issues, and he has denied the evidence exists – even though he has been given the info. that I got from BC Hydro and the BC Safety Authority. Bill Bennett must be held accountable as should Greg Reimer and even Gary Murphy, the US “million dollar man.” It’s up to us to demand an independent investigation into the many fires and failures in BC. Please, write your MLAs. (mla finder https://www.leg.bc.ca/mla/3-1-3.htm )
Saskatchewan NDP criticizes government’s smart-meter deal to recoup costs by The Canadian Press – Alaska Highway News – October 28, 2014:- http://www.alaskahighwaynews.ca/saskatchewan-ndp-criticizes-government-s-smart-meter-deal-to-recoup-costs-1.1478500
Memos found that warned Sask. energy minister of smart meter fires 2 years ago, but SaskPower and Sensus, like ITRON and Hydro, blamed home wiring and meter bases. Bill Bennett has been sent many memos and documents. Time for him to resign, too.
- For those of you who use Twitter, it might be a good idea to include @kootenaybill ( Bill Bennett) in tweets related to $$meters. He might not ignore them just as he ignores everything, but maybe someone will read them to him.
- Cardiologist Dr. Stephen Sinatra discovered his titanium hip is an antenna for RFR.
- Hydro companies in Ontario using company to drill down into usage data supposedly to help reduce bills.
Further into their website is some interesting statements: http://www.ecotagious.com/#!about/galleryPage
A growing body of research is linking an increase in electrical fires/failures to accelerated corrosion from electron-stripping — due to microwave technology and networks. image: CBC
Editor’s Note: The below letter was sent to a prominent member of the Alberta provincial government (name currently withheld at request of author), addressing a very possible but overlooked cause to the recent major electrical fire and outage in Calgary, AB, Canada. Research is linked below the letter. -TBYP
It may be worthwhile to have it checked whether a co-factor in this tragic underground facilities fire was accelerated corrosion associated with the electron stripping from the variety of infrastructure networks involved, mostly in the wireless technology frequency and higher range spectra, including the opto-electronics involving SMART meter data, computerized data, telecommunications, etc.
We have studied the question since 1995 while conducting the multi-year national electromagnetic fields in housing for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (including co-work with Edmonton Power, Manitoba Hydro and BC Hydro). We also noted adverse advanced corrosion in underground infrastructure during a legal case in the Eastern Townships, and for many years now along major streets in downtown Ottawa, which have required complete overhauls in the tens of millions of dollars of re-furbishing and fixing in over ten office, hotel and condominium buildings associated with facilities similar to the case in Calgary this Thanksgiving weekend. Note that a recent report by the Ontario Fire Marshall has indicated certain technical issue aspects associated with wireless frequency technology (such as SMART meters) that may apply to Calgary.
What we could offer, as an independent collaborative of advanced scientific thinking – if accelerated corrosion is indeed a factor – is not only some suggestions for shielding, but also for proofing the infrastructure through novel protocols against repeats, some of which have been developed in Alberta, but which may require further research and testing for their applicability for Calgary-type situations.
We are copying various Alberta associates, et alia, who might be able to be helpful in this regard. We are apprehensive that this incident may be precursor to others worldwide, in view of widespread popularity of wireless technology and the insatiable demand for more and more data capture and monitoring.
Attached are some documents associated with the issue of inquiry. Note that to identify of accelerated corrosion co-factor, investigators should be able to ascertain (even with microscopy) that it occurs faster than normal oxidation, such as rust, and provide the usual chemical layer of protection, that there are many punctures, the coloring differs, that there is abnormal shrinkage – from the electron stripping – at surfaces. The proofing would stop the puncturing associated with electron stripping from emissions in the higher frequencies including opto-electronic fixtures.
Andrew Michrowski PhD
• Ontario Association of Home Inspectors 2014 Presentation (PDF)
• Characteristics of Powerfrequency Currents in Water Mains – Canada (PDF)