Opting out is not the real solution but it is a start. Opt out options are a sham for passively silencing people. Also, Opt Out in Spokane doesn’t mean no smart meter, it means they turn off the RF but still replace your bulletproof analog meter with a digital one. RF is not the only issue as fires, higher bills (since digital can be manipulated), etc. are the other issues including spying on your appliance usage and so on.
Here is the most updated presentation by Josh del Sol and when you see the references, it will shock you! No pun intended. And some come straight from mainstream sources. Ever see 100 smart meters explode simultaneously because a truck hits a power pole? And all the outlets in the home expel black carbon from the outlets all over the walls? If you want to talk about a serious fire hazard that has never happened in the history of analog meters, this will blow your mind!
Also, when you hear what Dr. Timothy Schoechle, National Institute for Science, Law & Public Policy, has to say, you will know why the power companies are trying to ram these smart meters down our throat – the whole thing is a scam and the power companies know it!
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You’ve probably heard of Smart Meters – something else significant from Spokane is that one of the largest manufacturers of Smart Meters is based right here and we’re all to familiar with the local power company wanting to start placing these contraptions on homes while replacing perfectly good analog meters.
Whether you are familiar with the pro and con claims for Smart Meters, it is a good idea to inform yourself and decide whether or not you want to let your power company install one because in most places, it is up to you to refuse them. In any case, here is a free video that will definitely make you think twice: https://takebackyourpower.net/free-viewing/
That free viewing expires December 1st at Midnight Pacific Standard Time.
Here is a video showing a Plasma Ignition setup on a gasoline generator, which supplied power to a home during the day and charged up a big battery bank. Then at night when the loud noise wasn’t welcome, the generator was turned off and everything needed ran on a battery bank.