Archive for category wired

Why die for Wi-Fi? My child did – will yours?

by Debra Fry, posted 3 May 2016 On the 11th of June 2015, my 15 year old daughter, Jenny Fry was found by me, hanged in woods near our home in Oxfordshire, UK . She was utterly exhausted; instead of receiving sympathy and understanding, she was battling the school for giving her detentions and refusing […]

US High School Student Calls For Answers on Wireless Radiation

Waterloo man blames Wi-Fi for sickness

October 29, 2012  By Staff  - Metroland News Service Metroland News Service Howard Kalnitsky stands near a Beechwood Drive apartment building bristling with antennae, Monday. Kalnitsky claims his hypersensitivity to cell phone radiation has caused him heart problems. WATERLOO — When Howard Kalnitsky started experiencing heart problems 15 years ago at age 34, he wasn’t sure […]

Opposition grows, but BC Hydro installing smart meters

By Andrew Mitchell   April 26, 2012 Smart meters are coming to Whistler and Sea to Sky, whether customers want them or not. However, some opponents are encouraging residents to continue to fight, and to ask BC Hydro not to install the meters at their homes. Squamish Councillor Bryan Raiser believes the meters are inevitable, but he […]

Wire option available for City water meters, resident learns

NOVEMBER 5, 2011 A resident who says she was not informed of an alternative to a wireless water meter wants to ensure other homeowners are aware. Petrina Gregson, who is opposed to the use of wireless meters due to her uncertainty over health risks, now has one installed at her home. Gregson was initially told […]

The Truth about Itron and B.C. Hydro Wired Connections

UPDATED AUG 22 – Evidence that shows BC Hydro’s claims that “Meters can not be wired”, is in fact not only possible, but it actually has been done with Ontario Homes. ITRON WIRED CONNECTIONS are available. Wired meter communications was the original concept in smart meter patents.

Smart meters present health risks

Published: June 22, 2011 Dear Editor: In July of this year, B.C. Hydro and Fortis will embark upon a $1 billion plus venture to replace every analog hydro meter in the province with a wireless smart electrical meter. For consumers of electricity, who face up to a 50 per cent increase in their electrical utility […]