Smart Meters causing tidal wave of mysterious illnesses that strike people in their own homes


In recent years there have been increasing reports that “smart meters” – the digitized electric meters that are designed to send usage figures to power companies wirelessly – are causing a range of health issues among a growing portion of the population where such devices are in use.


In fact, notes the EMF Safety Network, a growing number of people from around the world are beginning to report health problems they believe are related to an increased amount of wireless radiation from various devices, including smart meters.

“Utilities claim smart meters are safe, and compare them to cell phones. However, cell phones, cell towers, wi-fi and other wireless devices can also affect your health,” the organization states on its website. “Reducing your EMF exposure can benefit your overall health and wellness.”

The group also notes that the World Health Organization has classified radiation as a 2B carcinogen, and based that declaration on studies that have linked cell phone radiation to brain tumors.

Vast list of symptoms

As noted by, here is how the devices work:

“Smart meters talk to their central systems using RF transmissions, based on a cell phone, pager, satellite, radio, power line (PLC), Wi-Fi or Internet (TCP/IP) communication method. Internet and cell phone applications have become the preferred options because of their flexibility and ease of deployment.” notes further that smart meters are typically installed outside homes and places of business to measure electricity, water and gas usage. How much RF energy people are exposed to depends on how far they are from the antenna that transmits the signal.

The power and frequency of the RF signal emitted from smart meters are similar to those of a typical cellular phone, cordless phone or residential Wi-Fi router. These meters typically send and receive short messages about 1 percent of the time.

RELATED ARTICLE: notes that the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) named RF radiation as “possibly carcinogenic to humans,” based on findings of at least one study that examined a link between it and a particular type of brain tumor.

In addition, the EMF Safety Network has identified the following symptoms as possibly linked to RF radiation, based on a survey the group did in 2011:

–Sleep problems (insomnia, difficulty falling asleep, night waking, nightmares)

–Stress, agitation, anxiety, irritability

–Headaches, sharp pain or pressure in the head

–Ringing in the ears, ear pain, high pitched ringing

–Concentration, memory or learning problems

–Fatigue, muscle or physical weakness

–Disorientation, dizziness, or balance problems

–Eye problems, including eye pain, pressure in the eyes

–Cardiac symptoms, heart palpitations, heart arrhythmias, chest pain

–Leg cramps, or neuropathy

–Arthritis, body pain, sharp, stabbing pains

–Nausea, flu-like symptoms

–Sinus problems, nose bleeds

–Respiratory problems, cough, asthma

–Skin rashes, facial flushing

–Urinary problems

–Endocrine disorders, thyroid problems, diabetes

–High blood pressure

–Changes in menstrual cycle

–Hyperactivity or changes in children’s behavior


–Recurrence of cancer

Do symptoms qualify as a ‘disability?’

Many are skeptical that smart meters cause cancer or any of the problems listed in the EMF Safety Network survey, but the activist organization Stop Smart Meters, which opposes their use, says some people “have or develop symptoms of physical distress in the presence of electro-magnetic or radio-frequency fields (or both).”

“There are many symptoms associated with this type of sensitivity, and the main key in determining whether EMF fields are the cause of the problem is seeing what happens when you lessen or avoid exposure,” the group says on its website.


The group also noted that it has been unable to ascertain from the federal government whether or not the condition falls under the Americans With Disabilities Act.


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  • Karl Rainer

    put it in writing you dont want one installed – see the stop smart meters website to withdraw your consent.

  • june

    you dont have to have them,you can refuse

  • JR

    People, why do you believe this stuff? Smh

  • JK

    JR, why don’t you believe this stuff?

  • JK

    well I live in Pa, and the law is mandatory, you cannot refuse them or they threaten to turn off your power. The law makes it mandatory for the utility companies to install but we get punished if we refuse, total violation of our rights. in the middle of a court battle now.

  • Ted Bishop

    The next stupid thing will be people blaming their mail box for their eye problems. They have to read all that mail and it is ruining their eye sight. Idiots will blame some innocent thing for all their problems.

  • Mary

    When you hear that the signals are sent “only” about 1 % of the time it doesn’t sound like much, but that is about 14 min a day, broken into many thousands of millisecond segments. The science shows that these short strong pulses of microwave radiation does far more harm than the constant flat wave signal. Our cells react to this stress, and walls are weakened. Those who do not understand this issue need to realize that this manmade radiation is completely different and much stronger than the natural radiation to which all live evolved. This new radiation is affecting all life forms in a very negative way. If we don’t take action to reduce the amount of RF to which we are exposed, we and future generations will suffer significantly.
    There are safe ways of implementing the smart grid, for example. Why not use fiber optic cable? It’s faster, more efficient and much much safer is many regards. It won’t be easily hacked and will eliminate the many features that cause fires. We are facing wireless meters (without choice) because it means more money in the corporate pocket — at our expense.

  • Smart Meters Suck

    The next stupid thing will be people who know absolutely nothing about the subject at hand randomly commenting on web sites as though they do. Idiots will think they know better than the people actually suffering from real health problems caused by microwave radiation being emitted 10,000 to 190,000 times per day at levels thousands of times higher than those proven to cause harm by thousands of peer-reviewed scientific studies.

  • Ted Bishop

    There are hundreds of millions of people using smart meters and are perfectly healthy. The sick people are blaming the wrong thing for their illnesses. I wonder if the sick ones have a drug problem that they can’t or won’t talk about. I have never heard of any smart meter emitting any radio waves. The meters transmit the meter readings to the billing department through the neutral wire (has no insulation). This entire story about electric meters causing sickness is total bull shit put out by some very stupid people. Every doctor’s office and hospital has smart meters. That’s proof enough that they do not cause any health problems.

  • Smart Meters Suck

    You are so misinformed, it’s laughable. Please educate yourself or quit while you’re behind.

  • Ted Bishop

    I am a 77 year old retired commercial builder. I have built entire electrical distribution complexes. I have a 140 IQ. I have been in 20 foreign countries. I was fluent in 3 languages, 35 years ago. I am better informed than you on any subject you can name. There is not one iota of proof that electric meters have ever caused a health problem. Can you list any studies that have ever pointed to self reading meters causing any problems, of any kind? The new meters are being used in every country on Earth. Only a few idiots claim that their health problems come from the electric meters on their and their neighbors houses. It is apparent that those people have a much larger problem than an electric meter. It is evident that you are one of those that refuse to recognize the real problem causing your ill health. You have just proven to the rest of the world that you have a mental problem. You need different drugs.

  • Smart Meters Suck

    Your liberal use of ad hominem attacks proves you have lost the argument long ago. Your experience as a builder does not qualify you with respect to health effects of microwave radiation, which “smart” meters emit 10,000 to 190,000 times per day, as entered into evidence by the utility in a Santa Cruz court case, contrary to your distorted beliefs.

  • Ted Bishop

    Just as I thought. You cannot cite one actual study that has ever shown any proof that self reading meters emit anything harmful. You are no more than the other people that make up reasons for their own imperfection. If there was one word of truth in your assumptions, at least one of the doctors and health departments around the world would publish their findings. Not one has.

  • Smart Meters Suck

    Search on: “Smart Meters: Correcting the Gross Misinformation” for a start. It’s been five years since that was written and evidence has been accumulating exponentially since then. You didn’t even know that most “smart” meters communicate via microwave signals and you pretend to know everything about everything.

  • Ted Bishop

    The communication signals go through the neutral wire and are not broadcast over the air. You need to get better informed as to how self reading meters send the information to the billing department. If it was an over the air signal, everyone could know how much everyone else’s electric bill was each month. That isn’t going to happen.

  • Smart Meters Suck

    This is getting beyond ridiculous. Have you heard of encryption? Please educate yourself before continuing.

  • Ted Bishop

    How can you be so stupid to believe that the utility company would risk the millions of law suits that would result in anyone proving any danger of them reading their meters at a much cheaper costs? Get real. How many of you conspiracy theorists have filed successful law suits against any utility, any where? None.because there is not any proof of any danger.

  • Ted Bishop

    Why would they encrypt the reading? We went for a hundred years of anyone could read any meter by just looking at it. You need to get a better story made up. This one is not working with intelligent people.

  • Smart Meters Suck

    Since you don’t believe in science, the computer you’re conversing with right now can’t possibly work, so just turn it off and walk away. This is all happening in your head. What’s with the conspiracy theory tangent? Voices in your head or something?

  • Smart Meters Suck

    These are your words: “If it was [sic] an over the air signal, everyone could know how much everyone else’s electric bill was each month. That isn’t going to happen.” You’re now arguing against yourself, so I’m just going to leave you to it. Enjoy!

  • Ted Bishop

    You are not smart enough to know that I was saying that the signal will not be over the air. It will be sent through the neutral wire like an old fashion telephone call. It would not need to be encrypted.

  • Smart Meters Suck

    That’d would be great if it were true, but it’s not. It’s sent over the air at 902-928 MHz, frequency hopping spread spectrum (FHSS).

  • Ted Bishop

    Purdee bullshit

  • Ted Bishop

    Not true. No signal would have that large of a spread on the MHz. You are picking up something else.

  • Smart Meters Suck

    Ted, instead of just talking out your ass, why don’t you go to Itron’s and Silver Spring Networks’ websites, download the technical specifications for their “smart” meter products and read everything I just told you right from the horse’s mouth?

  • Smart Meters Suck

    I’ve made it really easy for you; even a caveman could understand: swipe your cursor over the following, holding the left mouse button, including the double quotes: “902-928 MHz” to highlight it, now right click and select “search…’your search engine here'” and read all about this unlicensed band that “smart” meter companies have barely legally taken over much to the chagrin of amateur radio operators (HAMs).

  • Ted Bishop

    You conspiracy theorists like to quote each other and call it proof. The new self reading meters are here to stay and the old analogue ones are gone forever. The new ones meet all the requirements and are totally safe. If they were bad, no insurance company would write a policy on a property that had one. Look and see who is betting all the home owners insurance money of them. You Tube is not a good source of the truth. I’m a retired custom home builder. I have to give a 10 year guarantee on every new house. I will not build a new house and not put a new smart meter on it. My profit depends on getting it right the first time. You evidently never had a business that you had to stand behind your product for 10 years. I am speaking from 77 years of being 100% honest. My credit rating is close to 800. That’s all the proof the banks need to loan me several 100,000 dollars to build each house. I know more than you ever will. Luckily you will soon be replaced by a robot and we won’t have to see your rubbish on the internet anymore.

  • the one

    Most meters are placed at the back of the house. If it’s right under your bedroom window and your head is five feet from it, you may have an issue. My meter is on the wall of my basement. It is at least 30 feet from any area people will spend any time in. Radiation follows the inverse square law so the farther it is from you the better. Not an issue from where I am but those who have one mounted near their head should move their bed away from it to be on the safe side…

  • Karen Spencer

    Not everyone who smokes gets cancer. Neither is everyone allergic to nuts or bee stings. Depending on what study you read, 10-30% of the population is suffering significant health problems because of WiFi devices and networks, and that is likely to be a low ball as some known ill effects such as infertility aren’t as likely to identify WiFi as the cause, although animal studies confirm non-ionizing radiation affects fertility and infant viability.

    Just in 2017 alone:

    1. EMF Scientists have petitioned the UN to take action: “Based upon peer-reviewed, published research, we have serious concerns regarding the ubiquitous and increasing exposure to EMF generated by electric and wireless devices. These include–but are not limited to– radiofrequency radiation (RFR) emitting devices, such as cellular and cordless phones and their base stations, Wi-Fi, broadcast antennas, smart meters, and baby monitors as well as electric devices and infra-structures used in the delivery of electricity that generate extremely-low frequency electromagnetic field (ELF EMF).” – EMF Scientists

    2. A WHO/IARC advisor has called for WiFi to be designated a Class 1 Human Carcinogen: “The evidence indicating wireless is carcinogenic has increased and can no longer be ignored.” – Dr. Anthony B. Miller, WHO/IARC advisor

    3. EMF Scientists have called for a 5G ban in the European Union: “…increased cancer risk, cellular stress, increase in harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes of the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being in humans. Damage goes well beyond the human race, as there is growing evidence of harmful effects to both plant and animal life.” – EMF Scientists

  • Karen Spencer

    “…study results have documented nest and site abandonment, plumage deterioration, locomotion problems, reduced survivorship, and death… raised troubling concerns about impacts of low-level, non-thermal electromagnetic radiation from the standard 915 MHz cell phone frequency.” – Dept of Interior memo to NTIA (7 Feb 2014)

    A sampling of studies documenting adverse impact:
    Peter Hensinger, Isabel Wilke. (2016) Wireless communication technologies: New study findings confirm risks of nonionizing radiation. New Technologies – New Risks.

    Reliable disease biomarkers characterizing and identifying electrohypersensitivity and multiple chemical sensitivity as two etiopathogenic aspects of a unique pathological disorder. Dominique Belpomme, Christine Campagnac and Philippe Irigaray. Rev Environ Health 2015; 30(4): 251–271.

    Havas, M. (2013). Radiation from wireless technology affects the blood, the heart, and the autonomic nervous system. Reviews on Environmental Health, 28(2-3), pp. 75-84.

    How does long term exposure to base stations and mobile phones affect human hormone profiles? Eskander EF, et al. Clinical Biochemistry, Volume 45, Issues 1–2, January 2012, Pages 157-161.

    Radiofrequency radiation injures trees around mobile phone base stations. Waldmann-Selsam C, Balmori-de la Puente A, Breunig H, Balmori A. Sci Total Environ. 2016 Dec 1;572:554-569.

  • Karen Spencer

    Therein lies the problem. The studies documenting harm are robust and numerous, but the laws enacted by politicians who only listened to corporate lobbyist spins not only makes them legal, but facilitates adoption and protects corporations from lawsuits.

    Get political. Make sure your state and national representatives know who you are and how you feel about this. Show up with a page of studies and a few quotes from experts so they don’t dismiss you out of hand…. then persist.

  • Smart Meters Suck

    Here’s what we’ve learned from Ted’s latest post:
    1) the manufacturers of “smart’ meters and their 902-928 MHz mesh network interface cards are “conspiracy theorists” quoting each other via their technical specifications;
    2) Ted has been 100% honest for all his 77 years;
    3) Ted’s credit rating is close to 800;
    4) Ted knows more than I ever will.

    Therefore: “smart” meters operate the way he says they do, and not according to the technical specifications that their manufacturers quote on their websites.

    GOT IT?

  • Smart Meters Suck

    Look up the “window effect” with respect to the health effects of microwave radiation. You will discover that it has been confirmed in repeated peer-reviewed scientific studies that it does not always follow the typical dose response that is characteristic of most known toxins. Closer proximity to the source of microwave radiation can sometimes actually cause less bodily harm than farther.

    I realize this is completely counter-intuitive, but one proposed mechanism is that the nature of pulsed microwaves is so foreign to the human immune system versus what we’ve evolved to react to that damage can occur at very low levels because the body is incapable of detecting the oxidative damage until a certain threshold of field strength engages the immune system’s reaction.

    In my experience of decades of studying, there is hardly a more complicated subject than the health effects of microwave radiation. Another interesting aspect is that the carrier itself may not be harmful, but rather the modulation (which carries the information), including the specific type of modulation, is responsible for the biological damage. As technologies improve, more and more sophisticated modulation types have been employed, each of them cramming more information into the same bandwidth, which results in choppier signal fluctuations, further and further from what is found in the natural analog world.

  • Smart Meters Suck

    I forgot to rebut your insurance company argument: Lloyd’s of London, known for insuring almost anything for the right price, years ago specifically excluded for any price level of premium (guess what?): radio frequency radiation and its effects on the human body. The hard lessons from crippling losses from asbestos and tobacco suits have been learned and it’s always the financial world that reacts first when a new health threat is discovered.

    If microwave radiation were as harmless as the manufacturers of cell phones, wi-fi and “smart” meters would like you to believe, insuring against harm would be a slam dunk, no-lose proposition for insurance companies and they would be happy to take your money, but they wisely don’t, because they know this is going to blow up bigger than tobacco and asbestos combined due to the market penetration.

  • the one

    I would like read these “peer reviewed studies” you indicated. References please? It would be helpful if I had the whole story…

  • Smart Meters Suck

    The existence of a “window effect” is well documented, in which effects occur at certain frequencies and power densities but not at those immediately above or below them. However, it’s not as simple as just mapping these frequencies and power levels, because the local geomagnetic field and individual susceptibility also influence the result.

    Following are a few examples of the nonlinear nature of the effects, from Arthur Firstenberg’s book Microwaving Our Planet:

    Firstenberg points out (p. 41) that “calcium ion efflux from brain tissue is extremely sensitive to irradiation with radiofrequency waves.” He cites four studies and a literature review. In particular, a 1986 study by Dutta et al. at 915 MHz and various exposure levels showed that “The effect at 0.0007 mW/g SAR [specific absorption rate] was quadruple the effect at 2.0 mW/g, in other words 3000 times the intensity had 4 times less of an effect under these particular conditions.” Looking at it the other way, an intensity three thousand times lower had an effect four times greater.

    Firstenberg describes a number of studies on microwave radiation and blood cells. In one, “Chiang et al. (1989) in their epidemiological study found that white blood cell phagocytosis was stimulated by chronic exposure to the lowest intensities of radio waves and inhibited, sometimes severely, by higher intensities. … Exposure levels ranged from 0–4 mW/cm2 to 120 mW/cm2.” (p. 22)

    In another study on blood, “These results were further refined by a 30-day experiment with guinea pigs at 1, 5, 10, and 50 mW/cm2 (Shandala and Vinogradov 1978). All these intensities increased complement in the blood and stimulated phagocytosis by neutrophils, but 1 mW/cm2 had the biggest effect, and 50 mW/cm2 the smallest effect.” (p. 23)

    The September 2000 newsletter of the Cellular Phone Taskforce, No Place To Hide, reported on some studies presented at the June 2000 European Parliament meeting on mobile phones and health. In one presentation, Dr. Lebrecht von Klitzing, of the Medical University of Lubeck, Germany, said, “Some people become ill at power densities of less than 10 nanowatts/cm2. … Small children are very sensitive to these emitters, down to field densities of 1 nanowatt/cm2.”

    Another article in the newsletter says that Dr. Leif Salford, of Lund University, Sweden, “had previously reported that short exposure to microwaves at 915 MHz damages the blood-brain barrier. … ‘The most remarkable observation in our studies,’ said Salford [at the conference], ‘is the fact that SAR values lower than 1 mW/kg give rise to a more pronounced albumin leakage than higher SAR values. … The situation that the weakest fields, according to our findings, are the biologically most effective, poses a major problem.’ ”

  • Ted Bishop

    The smart meters work exactly as they should, they measure the amount of electricity that passes through them. Some conspiracy theorist try to claim that the meters damage their health. All new things cause the same responses from the same people. Those people think if they play sick that they can collect a large cash settlement. The conspiracy theorists are the scammers. When it is evident that there has been no damage to anyone, they will move their complaints to the next latest invention that is better for all.

  • Ted Bishop

    All the power companies already carry liability insurance. Their insurance has not been cancelled because all the test ran by the insurance companies and is ready for court, has shown no damage caused by the meters. They have passed every requirement, in every country on Earth and are being installed in all those countries. There are now 64 million installed in the U.S. with less than 1% having any mechanical problems. That’s better than the automobile industry. They are the coming thing and cannot be stopped. The old analogue ones are no longer produced and are being destroyer as they are replaced. Like it or live in the dark.

  • Ted Bishop

    I live in a 3 br 2 bath all electric home. I’ve had a smart meter for 3 years. Last month my electric bill was $79.00. I will never give my new meter up.

  • GunzRloaded

    That pic of the electric meter is an old analog meter I believe,,….and is not a smart meter.

  • Patty Alexander,sr

    One was installed on our home about three years ago. I know nothing about them but I acquired tinnitis ever since then.

  • Smart Meters Suck

    The more you write the more ridiculous you sound. Of course they don’t have mechanical problems, they’re not mechanical devices; what a maroon. A head of lettuce doesn’t have mechanical problems either. Analogue meters are still being produced; you’re wrong again, as usual. “Smart” meters haven’t passed any requirements because there aren’t any and they have never been tested for health effects but we know microwave radiation is toxic from thousands of peer-reviewed scientific studies. Why won’t Lloyd’s of London insure against damage from microwave radiation if it were safe? Answer that!

  • Smart Meters Suck

    It’s become quite clear that you are a shill for the “smart” meter deployments and just spew lies for the manufacturers’ and governments’ benefit. There are hundreds of reports of outrageous over-billing from “smart” meters. It’s not a conspiracy theory, it’s fact. Why won’t Lloyd’s insure against radio frequency health effects if they don’t even exist? It would be free money for them. Follow the money and you’ll always get the truth. Lloyd’s knows it’s the next asbestos or tobacco and would bankrupt them. Cancer takes up to 25 years to manifest from exposure to a carcinogen; look at the increase in tobacco use and the subsequent rise in lung cancers 20 years later.

  • Smart Meters Suck

    Because one insignificant data point is worth getting cancer and dozens of other negative health effects for. Got it. If you want it you can have it, but don’t irradiate your neighbours in the process.

  • Ted Bishop

    The smart meters have not caused one illness. The people are saying it’s making them sick, thinking that they can get a cash settlement from it. The electric company and the government of every nation on Earth would outlaw the meters if if was going to cost their health care one red cent. Try to use your common sense if you have any.

  • Smart Meters Suck

    Yeah, right, that’s why “medicines” that kill 100,000 Americans each year (per the FDA) continue to be prescribed. Try to use your common sense if you have any.

  • Ted Bishop

    Al;l your information comes from other You Tube conspiracy nut cases. You have not posted one word of truth. The micro radiation from a smart meter is probably less than from your TV set or cell phone. Every nation on Earth has approved the new self readers. They will be in every home in the world in a very short time. If you read your contract to purchase power, you will see that the seller owns the meter and will maintain it. You have agreed to allow them access to it at all times. If you violate those terms, you will be cut off. It’s plain and simple.

  • Ted Bishop

    The figures you post are outright lies. We are living longer and in better health that anytime in human history. It has been announced that the first person to live to 150 has already been born. My common sense tells me that you are a bald faced liar. No one could misinterpret the facts that bad, by accident. You are doing it on purpose. Are you that desperate for attention?

  • Smart Meters Suck

    Right, the sources where I get the technical information: the”smart” meter manufacturers and their most common mesh network sub contractor, Silver Spring Networks, from whom they purchase their NICs are “conspiracy nut cases.” There you will find that the main 902-928 MHz FHSS transmitter is one watt. A typical cell phone is 300 to 600 mW. My TV does not emit microwave radiation. You seem to think that you know what I have agreed to with my utility. You are wrong. I have very clearly stated in writing multiple times that I do not and will not accept a microwave transmitter on my property and they have honoured my terms. It’s plain and simple, like you.

  • Smart Meters Suck

    Please be specific, what facts do you claim that I “misinterpreted?” It
    appears you are too illiterate to read scientific papers which support
    everything I have stated. “It has been announced” says the man
    distrusting YouTubers, so it must be true. Perhaps it’s time for bed old
    man, and maybe a diaper change.

  • Steve Melton

    If one understands the technology and it’s capabilities, it would send one down the rabbit hole. The lily wave named after Dr. Lily is a carrier wave riding on the a voltage coming into the home. The web (google) has nothing on the lily wave. One can find a discussion on the wave by Dr. Flanagan on the lily wave on a youtube video. They would search mind control Dr. Flanagan. Also, Dr. Nick Begich has much info on the technologies used for entrainment. There are so many patents on the tech.

  • Steve Melton

    Yes, gulf war syndrome didn’t exist and was made up. Asbestos is safe. There is no oxygen on the moon (1968). Building 7 fell from a small fire on roof ( large percentage of public unaware of building 7). Funny how no one trust their government, but need a government official to say it to believe it. Just because mainstream news (90%) owned by 6 or so corporations, there is no conspiracy and we can trust the news) A conspiracy only takes 2 people to form one. Also, Geoengineering of the atmosphere isn’t happening and so forth. Banned vitamin B17. The list goes on and on. 80%+/- of all legislation passed by Congress benefits corporations. (Democrat and Republican). We are free and so forth. We are all a bunch of nut jobs…

  • Steve Melton

    If one views an aura camera before, during and after being exposed to pulsing rf energy, they can clearly see how it impacts our energetic fields around the body. We are electromagnetic beings.

  • pixman55

    Cameras cant read Auras .Light Fogging Creates the Colours ..Led lights inside or Holes to Leak Light in .as .Every Pic is Different

  • Steve Melton

    My ears began ringing like crazy also. I am experimenting and recently purchased a product called brain coat which reduces emf exposure to the head/ears. While I have only used it one day, the ringing decreased dramatically within 15 minutes. When I take it off, the ringing increases. Research emf protection brain coat. I placed my cell phone in this cloth hat and lost all signal, so it is blocking signal. I am not saying the smart meter is the source of rf causing the ringing, but it is blocking rf from somewhere, which I can say is causing much of the ringing. I was able to demonstrate over and over the ringing minimizing when placing brain coat on for a few minutes. I believe it reduces signal up to 35 dB up to 10 Ghz. Either way, this proves to me without a doubt that the rf contributes to ringing in ears.

  • Patty Alexander,sr

    Thank you Steve.I will check it out.


    Ted – You are quite correct with regard to your conclusions on this issue. But, you are mistaken about the technology used – it IS wireless. However, the energy emitted by the meters is trivial: and no health protection agency in the world considers them to represent a health hazard. Only the very naive have bought into the fear and ignorance campaign being waged against them.

  • Smart Meters Suck

    Here come the shill reinforcements. Ever read any actual peer-reviewed scientific papers on the subject Thomas? If you had, and were able to comprehend, you’d realize you are completely wrong about whether the radiation is a health hazard. It’s incontrovertible.