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Melissa welcomes Jennifer Stahl, one of the ladies arrested for denying smart meter installers access to her property. In Naperville the city owns the electrical grid and they used their police force to get the job done. The result was a smart meter on Jennifer Stahl's house and her being escorted off her own property in handcuffs.
yea and with one hack , turn off all power , ever seen the TV show Revolution ? or if you use more than allowed in a day they can they being the Elec co , cut you off by remote. for an hour or when they seem fit to turn you back on
SmartMeters™ are also the first step in a larger Smart Grid effort that is driving a new green technology industry in California. There is no one single idea or technology that will get us to the Smart Grid in one fell swoop. Rather, it’s a series of small steps and incremental advancements. It may seem like a lot, but in a decade, we’ll all be shocked at how far we’ve come. The actions we take now are in preparation for technologies and developments we haven’t yet fathomed. The Smart Grid will help us keep pace.
Originally posted by mblahnikluver
What is a smart meter? I can't watch vids right now, can you briefly explain what they are?
Are these in the UK or US?
I'm in the US and never heard of these.
“Smart” Meters are a new type of electronic device that monitors electricity, natural gas, and water usage via radio frequency (RF or rf) in an invisible but dangerous range, between 2.4GHz [GigaHertz] and 5.8Ghz. This corresponds to the electrical signals frequency used to produce radio waves. The worldwide digital wireless communications network is based upon this. RF has both an electric and magnetic components both of which can cause damage.