ENDNOTE: ‘Smart Meters’ are a ‘heart problem’?



Smart Meters Cause Changes To The Heart
Posted on Apr 28, 2019, 5 p.m.

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Dr. Gilbertos Leon warns about this, saying these changes to the heart caused by smart meters are anything but symptomless or silent and major damages can take place without people even realizing it. Constant bombardment of microwave radiation from smart meters represents “and unnatural sequence of events we are not programmed to respond to… long-term exposure to smart meters can be extremely damaging to normal myocardial function.”

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Well, we know that a microwave oven if it leaks can damage a pacemaker.  So why are we “surprised” that a microwave transmitter aka “smart meter” may have similar properties.

I’m sure our wise and powerful overlords, aka politicians and bureaucrats, will investigate if too many subjects are killed.  Till then “let them eat cake”!


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JNEWS: Peill-Moelter, Nicola [MC????] strives to minimize environmental footprints



The Lessons of Porter Ranch
by SOURCE on JANUARY 29, 2016 
By Nicola Peill-Moelter, Ph.D. / SanDiego 350.org 

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The massive leak at the Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility is a stark example of why natural gas is a significant health and safety risk and not a bridge fuel to our clean energy future. The facility, the second largest in the U.S., stores vast amounts of natural gas at high pressure in underground wells once used for oil extraction more than fifty years ago.

On or about October 23rd a rupture in a 60-year old injection well pipe a thousand feet underground initiated the leak. At its peak the leak had an estimated rate of one-hundred twenty-five thousand pounds of methane per hour. To date, the cumulative emissions from this single source is equivalent to 25% of the state’s annual methane emissions from major sources like agriculture and landfills, equivalent to the annual climate pollution of almost half a million cars.

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About the author

Nicola Peill-Moelter is a member of SanDiego350, a grassroots climate change action organization. She has a Ph.D. in environmental engineering science from Caltech, a B.E. in chemical engineering from Manhattan College and serves as the sustainability officer at a Fortune 500 company. Nicola lives in Poway with her husband, Eric, where they strive to minimize their environmental footprint. She has come to realize that action on climate change needs to happen on a major scale through collective action at the personal, community, corporate and governmental levels.

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Peill-Moelter, Nicola [MC????]

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