Smart Meters Crash Appliances, Catch Fire and Explode and May Endanger your Health.
Smart meters are dangerous – they can catch fire and explode and worse yet, may present serious health issues. or mysterious symptoms and heart arrhythmia.
In a recent article from the Activist Post, very valuable information has been released to the public. It turns out that problems with Smart Meters are being reported all over this country! Smart Meters were first installed by PG & E. in 2010 in Northern California. Cordless phones, crib monitors, patio speakers and wireless headsets were emitting static, pops and crackles. Imagine your baby attempting to sleep with all that racket.
Consumers complained these new Smart Meters were interfering with wireless microphones, security systems, remotely controlled garage doors and motion detectors. So much for home security. Huge increases in their electric bill accompanied all these other problems. Did PG & E respond? Continue reading →
What do Anxiety, Depression, Sleeplessness, Exhaustion, Brain fog have in Common?
If you are battling any or even all of the above issues, you’re not alone. It seems that everyone I talk to these days is complaining about most of these issues. In fact, the actual statistics are alarming.
Studies report that high levels of people have been diagnosed with:
Chronic Sleep issues 18%
Depression 7% in one study, 20-30% in others
Fatigue & exhaustion – various reports put that number between 20-75% of people.
That’s last is a pretty startling number. I also found it worrisome that the statistics given vary so greatly.
Worrisome Health & Safety Issues in your car from WiFi Emergency Services & Phones & Music !
Do you have an Emergency Button or Handsfree phone service in your car?
Do you get tired when you are driving? It may not just be the long hours on the road or the hypnotizing effect of driving, it may be that you have a WiFi hotspot in your car.
The Latest and Greatest? Car Technologies
If you have purchased a car anytime in the last few years, it probably comes with some version of emergency assistance if you push an emergency button. Take a look and see if it’s in your car (it’s using on the mirror or dash). If so you have a smart car. It’s also a smart car if you can answer your phone or connect to music using hands-free Bluetooth technology. What this means is that you have you have a WiFi hotspot in your car. Wonderful, or is it?