2016-01-25 Scientists raise concerns with US Dept. of Education


  • I circulated this article some time ago but we have many new members who could benefit from knowing what they can do to make their homes safer by reducing RF that is under their control. The exposure is cumulative, so if we can reduce the amounts to which we are exposed, our bodies can better handle the exposures we cannot control.


Electromagnetic Load: 50+ EMF Safety Tips & Insights by Camilla Rees –


  • Scientists raised concerns about the health risk associated with the new wireless technology used in schools. The second half of the presentation is devoted to this.

“Will the U.S. Department of Education take action on recommendations made by scientists and medical doctors who document the need for safety precautions regarding the use of wireless devices in schools?”


Herbert contributed to the most recent BioInitiative Report, summarizing studies regarding autism.



  • From an Illinois resister, a published letter with reasons to refuse a smart meter:



  • A newsletter from a PR and marketing communications firm includes warnings about use of cell phones, etc.

“PR people, who are major users of computers and cellphones, and parents who hopefully can control of the use of such devices by their children, should explore the extensive literature and research pointing to the health dangers presented by them.”






A letter encouraging implementation of time-of-use billing. No indication that this will make electricity very expensive for those who can least afford it – those staying home all day: the disabled, young families, the elderly.


Time of Day Electricity Rates by terry Hoffman – Island Tides – Volume 28 Number 2 (p.2) – January 28-February 10, 2016:

(Please Comment – news@islandtides.com)


From: X
Sent: January 22, 2016
To: bob.mackin@me.com
Cc: Sharon Noble
Subject: Article in The Province — Hydro must remove faulty smart meters

Dear Mr. Mackin,

Re:  Hydro must remove faulty smart meters


Thank you very much for investigating the smart meter program and reporting to the general public.  Your article is a fine example of investigative journalism on a topic of great importance.  As one example of costs for the smart meter program, we have had BC Hydro contractors in our small town for the last few days checking smart meters — the contractor was vague when I asked him why.

Please continue looking into the smart meters, especially regarding fires, security, privacy, safety, our charter rights to keep our analogues, BC Hydro business plan and projected vs. actual costs.

There is much information available especially from the Coalition to Stop Smart Meters.  From what I have read, I see many cracks in the program, which I believe will eventually lead to one very big story.  However, I am afraid the taxpayers will be left paying the bills which will grow larger and larger unless something is done to stop BC Hydro.




Name included with author’s permission

Intervention in: Opposition
Comments: I do not support wireless communication at all. I have a cell phone that I rarely use, my computer is hard-wired as our laptops are as well. My phone service comes in over a cable as well. Wireless technology has been proven to be dangerous to the health and well being on all living creatures. Study after study have been published showing the dangers of wireless technology and it’s very bad health risks to all. Wireless tech takes some freedoms away from people who already have Electro hypersensitivity Disorder by all the Wi-Fi Hot Spots placed in restaurants, public buildings and now parks. I have other health problems and am a cancer survivor and this also affects thousands of people like me because we don’t want our cancers to return or have any other health problem get worse. RF has been proven to cross the blood brain barrier which doctors said for years was impossible. I suffer from this problem that is medically known as Chemo Brain. I have lost memories, I will say things that don’t make sense and I can’t get some words out and I get very frustrated. I was getting better until more wireless has been installed in our community and all of a sudden the problems are back. Especially not being able to finish a sentence because I can’t get the words out. Wireless communication of any kind is especially harmful to children. Their skulls are thinner and absorb massive amounts of RF radiation from use of cell phones. Wi-Fi in schools is causing illness in both teachers and children. Symptoms of Autism, behavioural changes, headaches and in one school in Ontario children ended up having to wear heart monitors and children were having heart attacks. I am attaching some literature for you to read and learn about the dangers of wireless technology.  Kathy Read

File Name
message to public schools about wireless devices.pdf
Montgomery county public school letter from dr. hardell.pdf
oxidative stress.pdf
psych effects.pdf

Request to appear at the hearing: Do not wish to appear


On Mon, Jan 25, 2016 at 2:26 PM, Complaints BCUC:EX <Complaints@bcuc.com> wrote:

(the same response several of us have received.)

Dear Ms. Noble,

Thank you for your email. Commission staff expect to have more information to share with you in the next two weeks.


Patrick Wruck

Customer Relations Analyst

British Columbia Utilities Commission

6th Floor, 900 Howe Street

Vancouver, B.C.  V6Z 2N3


= = =


From: Sharon Noble
Sent: January 25, 2016 9:12 AM
To: ‘Complaints BCUC:EX’ <Complaints@bcuc.com>
Cc: ‘Commission Secretary BCUC:EX’ <Commission.Secretary@bcuc.com>; Opposition Leader John Horgan (oppositionleader@leg.bc.ca) <oppositionleader@leg.bc.ca>; adrian.dix.mla@leg.bc.ca; ‘Bob Mackin, Jr.’ <bob.mackin@me.com>
Subject: RE: Smart meter fires

Dear Mr. Wruck,

I think you would agree that this review is taking far longer than is reasonable. I realize that this program’s “success” is in jeopardy, but lives and property are more important, I know you agree.

During the 6 months since I sent you the detailed information about the fires that have occurred, BC Hydro and Fortis BC have continued to install these fire hazards on more homes. A recall is in order and BCUC has the power to demand one.

If the BCUC is hampered by the government from doing its job, the public deserves to know. I look forward to receiving, at your earliest convenience, whatever information you are allowed to share with me.


Sharon Noble

= = =

From: Complaints BCUC:EX [mailto:Complaints@bcuc.com]
Sent: December 29, 2015 10:32 AM
To: Sharon Noble
Subject: RE: Smart meter fire

Dear Ms. Noble,

Thank you for your email. Commission staff are conducting a thorough review of your complaint and it is taking longer than expected. Once the review is complete a response will be provided to you. Thank you again for your patience.


Patrick Wruck
Customer Relations Analyst
British Columbia Utilities Commission
6th Floor, 900 Howe Street
Vancouver, B.C.  V6Z 2N3
Website: www.bcuc.com Email: complaints@bcuc.com
Phone: 604.660.4700 | Fax: 604.660.1102 | Toll Free: 1.800.663.1385
= = =

From: Sharon Noble
Sent: Tuesday, December 22, 2015 11:14 PM
To: Complaints BCUC:EX
Subject: RE: Smart meter fire

Dear Mr. Wruck,

Have you any idea when the staff will share comments about all of the information that I’ve provided. It does seem that after 4-5 months there must be some feedback that can be shared.

Thank you.

Happy holidays,

Sharon noble


Newsletter prepared by Sharon Noble

    A:  Free radicals damage DNA

    B: Non-ionizing radiation creates free radicals.

    C: Therefore, non-ionizing radiation can damage DNA


Smart Meters, Cell Towers, Smart Phones, 5G and all things that radiate RF Radiation