(New videos will be added to this page down below…)

Smart Meters are clearly causing a big stir in communities all over the United States right now as the push for the “Smart Grid” infrastructure is incessantly pushed on the public and the best new thing since sliced bread. Is there any real benefit?

The question you should ask is why you’d ever want a microwave transmitting meter placed on your home? Especially knowing that this meter will be transmitting microwaves everyday once it’s installed.

Oh, just microwaves, no big deal right?

But you know better than that. And you’re probably familiar with why a microwave oven has so much shielding on it if you have one of them in your home. So how could a microwave transmitting power meter ever be considered safe?

One word: Politics.

Here’s a video that I shot recently at a presentation to the board members of our local (public) utility. These board members will soon vote on whether to usher in these so called “Smart Meters”.

Here’s part one of Dr Paul Dart’s presentation – he offered to do this presentation pro-bono just to help inform the local community better about the risks of this technology:

Dr Dart’s Part 2:

Peter Valberg on the other hand was paid by EWEB to present “the other side” of this issue. There are a number of issues with statistics and studies that he presented. We will go through these in the near future. His entire presentation is posted here regardless of the poor audio quality which was due to EWEB’s lack of providing us videographers a clean audio feed despite our request.

The August 6th 2013 EWEB board meeting was originally going to be the one that the board voted on whether or not to spend some $26 million on Smart Meter implementation. They changed that to October 2013 but on August 6th took public testimonies about this topic. Here’s the video of the 19+ people who spoke out on the issue (myself included)