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**The Coalition site is up and running again. www.stopsmartmetersbc.com **
1) Jerry Flynn has been very busy writing more letters to the various powers-that-be. You will find some very interesting info at these 2 links. In the second one, Jerry has provided valuable evidence showing the conflicts of interest that many of those working in Health Canada on the Safety Code 6 review panel, WHO, etc. have and have had for years, while supposedly ensuring that we are protected from RF radiation. He who pays the piper calls the tune… It does appear that Health Canada and many of the “experts”, who are allowing the exposure limits to be based on industry desires rather than biological health effects, are pipers.
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2) More examples, these from New Zealand, that smeters can cause energy bills to increase inexplicably. I’ve been told it is hard to have a smeter tested because it is a computer and when it is removed to be taken in for testing, it reboots, resetting all of the software to the factory settings. If the smeter had a fault or coding error, it would disappear. An Electrical Engineer said that a smeter suspected of being inaccurate should be tested in situ, without being removed, which will take time so BC Hydro will refuse. I wish I knew how the smeters mentioned in this article were tested.
Are smart meters passing the accuracy test?
“The accuracy and reliability of smart meters is being questioned after a number of households found their power bills inexplicably inflated. Is there a wider issue?”
3) A good opinion piece in an Oregon newspaper. Why not try to get similar articles in some BC newspapers?
“Many people, afraid to confront their recent addictions to wireless devices, would prefer to ignore likely health consequences of their indulgences. However, this addiction has increasingly costly, additive effects which aren’t transparent, unlike electromagnetic fields — tasteless, colorless, and odorless — which can create a 24/7 cellular stress response from not-so-smart technologies like “smart meters.”
It’s no surprise we’re experiencing a tide of headaches, skin problems, muscle cramps, fatigue, sleep difficulties, memory loss, balance issues, tinnitus, and 40 different “neuropsychiatric disorders” ranging from autism, ADHD, and anxiety to depression, irritability, and confusion — all known symptoms of “electromagnetic sensitivity.””
From: BC Greens <email@example.com>
Date: November 23, 2018
Subject: Re: By 2040, all cars 🚙 sold in BC: but remember CO2 is not the only danger
Thank you for sharing your feedback with us and for providing this information.
I will make sure to pass your note on to the Green caucus in their legislative office.
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On Thu, Nov 22, 2018 at 3:56 PM X wrote:
Please remember that zero emissions must also include zero Electromagnetic Radiation emissions! To date no one is addressing this hidden danger, which means that a town carcinogen is allowed to blast us daily not just when we drive or travel in a vehicle, but also even crossing the street in a high traffic area!
Electromagnetic radiation has been considered a possible carcinogen for some years. A recent US government study determined it to be a certain carcinogen in rat studies (usually proven true for people some time later). Please remember that Safety Code 6 does not deal with non thermal pulsed radiation and so is totally irrelevant in this matter.
Websites abound, many US ones, and several here in BC. You could start with stopsmartmetersbc.com, which is about more than the meters. It’s well organized to give a general idea of the issues.
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On Nov 22, 2018, at 3:41 PM, Stefan Jonsson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Tuesday, Andrew joined Premier Horgan to announce that every new light-duty car and truck sold in BC will be a zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) by 2040.
This is a major step toward meeting our updated greenhouse gas reduction targets and supporting business at the same time. It’s the type of vision and leadership that Andrew has championed since he was first elected.
Many British Columbians want to do their part to reduce their environmental footprint, and the province’s new ZEV mandate will make them more accessible for people to achieve that.
The mandate, which will be introduced as legislation in the spring, will set targets of 10% ZEV sales by 2025, 30% by 2030, and 100% by 2040. It is second to none in North America.
So, let’s continue to be international leaders when it comes to setting new ZEV standards — standards that will help transition the province into a low-carbon economy.
Director of Communications
BC Green Party
Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
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