I would like to share some observations from the field. As an EMF consultant, I take measurements of radio-frequency exposure levels in homes. If a wireless smart meter is attached to the exterior of a bedroom wall, peak RF exposure levels across the bed may range anywhere from 0.01 to 0.15 µW/cm2. This peak level is even lower than the average level of 2 µW/cm2 (at 20 cm in front of smart meter).
So what is the problem?At such close range to a wireless smart meter, all of a sudden, some people cannot sleep, some people develop constant headaches, and others feel dizzy. How can that be when the wireless smart meters comply with Health Canada’s limit of 600 µW/cm2? Safety Code 6 protects from acute effects, but not from chronic effects of low-level exposures.
By Joanne Shriner
Following a long public hearing, a favorable recommendation will move forward to the Mayor and City Council to allow the Delmarva Power and Light (DP&L) substation to expand on 138th Street in the Caine Woods community. Zoning Administrator Blaine Smith began the hearing by taking a look back at the various changes the substation has gone under over the years.
In 1996 the easterly portion of the property where the substation exists included two vacant lots, which was subdivided into four lots and four dwellings were built. DP&L has since purchased those properties and demolished them to expand the substation.
By Jill Reilly
Hypersensitive: Hannah Metcalfe, 34, says she suffers adverse effects when she is exposed to electromagnetic waves
She cannot make a call on a mobile phone, have a coffee in an internet cafe or pick up an i Pad.
So severe is Hannah Metcalfe's sensitivity to electromagnetic waves that her husband has to run errands in town in case she is exposed.