Smart meters are being used to replace the old analog meter because manufacturers claim they are more efficient and provide nearly real-time data. However, they are not being totally honest about the radiation emitted from smart meters. Throughout the U.S. these more high-tech meters are being installed on water, gas and electrical devices in homes without the consent of the homeowner.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the radiation emitted from smart meters is a class 2B carcinogen. This means that the radiation emitted from smart meter can cause cancer.
As described at stopsmartmeters.org.
Thousands of people have submitted written health complaints to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), and in May the World Health Organization made an earth shattering declaration that non-ionizing radiation from cell phones, cell towers, wifi, and “smart” meters, has been linked with a number of cancers. “Smart” meter radiation is now categorized as a class 2b carcinogen in the same cancer causing category as lead, DDT, and engine exhaust.
Below is a video of Daniel Hirsch, an expert in nuclear policy at UCSC, talking about the radiation hazard of smart meters and how it may be 100 times higher than cell phone radiation. To learn more about his studies, please visit this page.
Daniel Hirsch Smart Meters
Below is a video that discusses how smart meters can record personal information about you.
If you do not know how to tell the difference between a smart meter and an analog meter, nosmartmeters.net has a picture that shows how they are different.
Electromagnetic pollution has become a huge health hazard because of the invention of computers, TVs, cell phone and now smart meters. These devices can be created to emit less harmful radiation but most manufacturers of these devices are not interested in our health. They are more interested in making profits; therefore, they will usually use the cheapest material to build their devices, even if the material is a health hazard.
What should you do to protect your family from smart meters
- Call or write to the managers of your utility company and tell them that you do not support smart meters.
- Organize a community in your area and teach your neighbors about the health hazards of smart meters.
- If your utility company wants to replace your analog meters with smart meters, just say no. There is no law stating that it is mandatory to have smart meters install in your home.
- If you already have a smart meter installed in your home, hire an electrician to replace it with an analog meter and then find a way to lock the meter so that it cannot be easily replaced.
- For more ways to protect your family from smart meters, please visit this site.