Wireless Technology and the Toxification of America

By Professor James Tracy

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In October 2009 at Florida Power and Light’s (FPL) solar energy station President Barack Obama announced that $3.4 billion of the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act would be devoted to the country’s “smart energy grid” transition. Matching funds from the energy industry brought the total national Smart Grid investment to $8 billion. FPL was given $200 million of federal money to install 2.5 million “smart meters” on homes and businesses throughout the state.[1]

By now many residents in the United States and Canada have the smart meters installed on their dwellings. Each of these meters is equipped with an electronic cellular transmitter that uses powerful bursts of electromagnetic radiofrequency (RF) radiation to communicate with nearby meters that together form an interlocking network transferring detailed information on residents’ electrical usage back to the utility every few minutes or less. Such information can easily be used to determine individual patterns of behavior based on power consumption.

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One response to “Wireless Technology and the Toxification of America

  1. The electrical smart metres and smart phones, along with other smart technology like vehicle GPS technologies form an web of 24/7 spying surveillence on individuals and whole sections of districts. If the government wants to hunt down any declared “enemy of the state”, they can act together with the private utilities companies to pin point movement and activities to determine when you are home. It is like the George Orwell novel 1984 and Aldous Huxley novel Brave New World.

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