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Danville, CA

#1 Feb 22, 2011


The eight counties and cities that have done the most investigation on this issue voted UNANIMOUSLY for the ORDINANCE prohibiting PG&E WIRELESS SMART METERS.

Or just believe PG$E and allow more damage to your own children than neglecting their food, medicine, playmates, school and sleep and negating the time that you spend to give them their best chance in life.

PG$E corporate is lying 100% regarding the WIRELESS meters and the program.

- PG&E Wireless smart meters do NOT give real time information so they are useless to reduce your energy usage and bills, they don't assist reducing the carbon footprint.

- The Federal energy program does NOT mandate WIRELESS meters and WIRELESS smart meters JEOPARDIZE the implementation of a successful smart grid program.

The middle managers at the "Education" meetings may believe what they have been told. I don't know if they believe it or are just willing to pass it on to keep their salaried positions.

The Wireless PG&E meter comparisons to other wireless devices given to you at these "Education" meetings are misleading and FALSE.

Since PG&E does NOT allow qualified people with accurate and documented information on these Wireless meters to speak at these meetings, PG&E can be very convincing and act soooo nice when innocent customers come in and only hear the well-orchestrated propaganda.

But allowing PG$E to implement their wireless meter program (smart or otherwise) in your home is like allowing a child molester to baby sit or supervise your children.

There are many problems with PG&E Wireless smart meters: accuracy, Wireless hacking potential, privacy of information concerns, health problems for humans, animals, birds, bees and even plants and trees.

If PG&E wireless smart meters are "Safe," then WHY WON'T INSURANCE COMPANIES INSURE HEALTH PROBLEMS FROM WIRELESS smart meters?

TV NEWS VIDEO: Insurance Companies Won't Insure Wireless Devices Due To Health Risks (3 minutes, 13 seconds)

A couple more very relevant VIDEOS regarding PG&E misinformation:

A. WIRELESS SMART METERS TRANSMIT RADIATION APPROXIMATELY 25,000 TIMES PER DAY, 24/7, not 45 seconds per day as claimed by PG$E Corporate.

VIDEO - Radiation Measured From Smart Meter Mounted On A Home (6 minutes, 21 seconds)


Senator Florez in a hearing with both PG&E customers whose bills have gone up and PG$E Corporate representatives.

TV NEWS VIDEO - Skyrocketing Utility Bills after WIRELESS smart meter installation (3 minutes, 19 seconds)

Watch the Julia Roberts 'Erin Brockovich' movie again to remember the willingness of PG$E Corporate to lie and cover-up even though PG$E Corporate KNEW it was causing children and complete families to get sick, have organ-removing operations and die terribly painful deaths.

PG$E Corporate, the same ones who organize these 'Education' meetings for YOUR family.


Since: Feb 11

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Feb 23, 2011
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