Saturday, August 18, 2018

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Scientists: Smart Meters Are Safe

By Josh Marks, published on Dec 23, 2010

...into their residential electricity system.

That is why it is a relief that, unlike cell phones, there is no cause for concern with the radiofrequency (RF) radiation of Smart Meters. That’s because the wireless devices produce an infrequent and incredibly weak RF field, according to scientists interviewed by BrooWaha. Essentially they are computers that automatically send real-time information to the utility allowing homeowners to electronically manage their energy usage.

The meters not only exceed Federal Communications Commission (FCC) safety standards, but the mainstream... (more)

Tags: global warming, obama, science, climate change, scientists, technology, smart grid, smart meter, safe, radiofrequency radiation, utilities

Degrees of Intelligence

By Blogger_babe32, published on Nov 28, 2009

Most of the other PhD’s I worked around were unbelievably brilliant but lacked, shall we say, common sense or any social graces. I used to say that they may have discover the hole in the ozone, but they couldn’t cross the street because they would get hit by a bus. My PhD friend had three grown children, and at the time my son was young so we often talked about parenting dilemmas and such as we ate lunch together.

I could never figure out why she was being so generous with her time in spending it with me. In retrospect, she may not have had a lot of choice. At that point in my life,... (more)

Tags: scientists, phd, friends

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