You were talking about the various types of electromagnetic
interference and radiation that is out there and the issue
of WiFi everywhere, is a good point, but there are other
issues we need to be concerned about.
There is a huge push for something called “broadband over
power lines”, or BPL. This is where you would get internet
over your power lines, and of course PG&E likes that because
is revenue potential for them.
That hasn’t come to pass yet, but there is a big push to do
that. There is also some push back because one of the
negatives with broadband through power lines is that is
causes severe interference in certain parts of the radio
spectrum including the use of amateur radio.
For example, I’m sure everyone one in this room is old
enough to remember the 1989 earthquake. All of our
conventional means of communication were knocked out where
you couldn’t make a long distance call or a call from
Monterey to Salinas because the phone lines were down. The
amateur radio people were the ones who got information in
and out of the area. BPL, broadband through power line,
wipes out a lot of their ability to use amateur radio. The
FCC is considering this to be somewhat of an acceptable
trade off because of the benefit of being able to bring
internet access to people who don’t have it.
So, BPL is another thing coming down the line. With the BPL
we also get increased electromagnetic interference in your
home and leakage from that through the walls will affect you
as well. We haven’t gotten into the accumulative affect, the
impact of all of us by all of these Smart Meters working
They say the Smart Meters will only pulse one time or a
couple times a day. Well, think of an apartment building
with sixteen units, with sixteen (actually it will be 32 if
you include both electric and gas) smart meters, and next
door there could be a condo unit with eight units (16 smart
meters). Maybe there is another condo complex down the road,
like Peninsula Point, they’ve got 60 units there (120 smart
meters). Think of every individual house and business with
their own smart meters on them, and they are all going.
We hear they will not all come on at one time of day, they
are going to come on and off at various times, and you’re
going to have a web surround you. There really isn’t a way,
no practical way, for PG&E or anyone to measure what the
aggregate impacts of all of these are.
What if you go out in 2 degree radials, 360 degree radials
is a circle, and there could be more interference or more
radiation in one set of degrees in different spacing than
other ones. Somebody could be across the street and they
could be getting blasted while you might live right next
door to the meter on the side of your house standing 10 feet
away from it, and you are not getting as much exposure as
the person across the street because all those meters are
shooting off in that direction.
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