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Smart meter fires and electrical problems

California-based investigative writer, Nina Beety, recently released a 50-page overview on electrical hazards associated with digital utility meters.  Her extensively referenced document points out the many ways that smart meters can malfunction – sometimes with catastrophic consequences.  Meters have exploded … Continue reading

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Have you seen dead or dying trees near towers or other EMF-emitters?

If so, here’s your chance to help shine a light on the effect that man-made electromagnetic fields (EMF) are having on trees. The ‘Dead Tree Detective’ citizen science project, which is being run in association with Western Sydney University and … Continue reading

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Wireless Silent Spring | The Bulletin (Santa Clara County Medical Association)

“And it’s not just pigeons — have you seen any sparrows or parrots around, since these towers started springing up?”  K. Pazhaniappan, Secretary, New Madras Racing Pigeon Association Wireless Radiofrequency Affects Navigation of Birds and Bees It is well known … Continue reading

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Pulsed microwaves drive wildlife from NSW World Heritage Park

A meticulous report prepared by Australian botanist Mark Broomhall to UNESCO documents the exodus of species from the Mount Nardi area of the Nightcap National Park World Heritage Site. Species disappearance over a 15-year period (2000-2015) corresponds with an increasing … Continue reading

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