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Symptom development from exposure to radio frequency RF fields from wireless smart meters in Victoria, Australia

In 2006 the government in Victoria, Australia, mandated the roll-out of electricity smart meters across the state. On the basis of collated information, a case study was commenced that evaluated the types of symptoms that Victorian residents were developing from exposure to wireless smart meters.

AU News: AGL released plans for smart meter installation in South Australia and NSW homes

Australian News: Despite the fact that energy company AGL decided to hide the term 'smart meters' in their FAQ page, it is now clearly spelled out on their website: Smart meters are coming to the Australian states SA and NSW!

2016-10-14T23:53:13+11:00 By |Tags: , , , , , , |

The new TF2 Trifield gauss meter as tool for the amateur – Product review & test

The iconic Trifield Meter has been renewed into the TF2 model. Patrick van der Burght had a close look and compared its performance against some much more expensive triple-axis gauss meters.

2018-02-12T10:31:55+11:00 By |

Diabetes Mellitus connected to phone tower radiation

Diabetes Mellitus cases are growing at a rapid speed. Researchers in Saudi Arabia have found a clear link between rf-emr (high frequency radiation from things like phone towers, wifi, smart meters) and type 2 Diabetes (in children).

Shielding one wall

Often clients will ring and ask for 1 ltr of shielding paint T98Alpha to for example shield one wall against a smart meter or against a mobile phone tower that is visible to them on that side of the house or bedroom. Shielding of one wall can of course be done, but there are some very important considerations affecting your long-term wellbeing that should be carefully considered.

2016-10-14T23:53:37+11:00 By |

International Protest Day against 5G EMF Radiation 2020

190 scientists from 39 nations submitted an appeal to the United Nations, UN member states and the World Health Organization (WHO) requesting they adopt more protective exposure guidelines for electromagnetic fields (EMF) and wireless technology in the face of increasing evidence of risk.