Archive for September, 2013

CSIRO scientist Dr David McDonald wins compensation for Wi-Fi pain

SEPTEMBER 29, 2013 12:01AM A CSIRO scientist has won compensation for crippling headaches, nausea and dizziness caused by using Wi-Fi and computers at work. Dr David McDonald, a mathematician who worked as a principal research scientist at the CSIRO for 15 years, has moved to the Victorian countryside to avoid electromagnetic radiation. He wears custom-made clothing […]

Smart meter opponent to continue battle against BC Hydro

Smart Meter enrolment options revealed, could cost $400 a year if approved By Andrew Mitchell   September 26, 2013 Whistler’s Jeremy Thom is sticking to his guns in his ongoing battle against BC Hydro and its switch to smart meters — even if it means paying more money to keep his old meter. BC Hydro recently announced […]


INTRODUCTION to Letter below: BC Hydro is trying once more to intimidate us into believing we have no choice but to accept the smart meters. At the same time, they are hoping to send a message to BCUC that the opposition is dying, and that people are accepting the program. The higher the fees the […]

Veteran off the grid after smart meter battle with Hydro One

BY SIMON KENT ,TORONTO SUN FIRST POSTED: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2013 07:41 PM EDT Russell Irwin, who is fight Hydro One over their smartmeters, with a generator he was given in case his power is cut off by the utility, Monday, September 16, 2013. (Michael Peake/Toronto Sun) TORONTO – That’s it. He’s off the […]


Most of those of us who are continuing to resist having a dangerous transmitter installed on our homes received a form letter from BC Hydro today. It is Hydro’s most recent act of intimidation, in an effort to scare people. I hope that everyone will calm down and realize that, just as they’ve been doing […]