Ami Smart Meters illegally forced on Pennsylvania consumers; Act 129 states ‘Not Mandatory’
AMI Smart Meters operate on microwaves to send, receive and collect information to and from the meter(s) at customers’ homes. Those messages can occur every 15 seconds, which can allow “dirty electricity” (harmonics or sinusoidal waves) to travel over the copper wires inside the walls of customers’ homes every 15 seconds every hour, every day of every month of every year, as customers cannot turn them off like you can your cell phone, microwave oven, etc.
From Deborah Tavares, Stopthecrime.net, California
Today's weather has been artificially created
The California drought has been artificially created and severe rain storms have been created - weather warfare is escalating. The Oroville Dam in northern California is being targeted by various weather and warfare operations.
Listed below are some Patents Directly Related to Geoengineering (Weather Modification Programs). This information is posted on www.ToxicSky.org and we suggest you go to the home page at www.StopTheCrime.net to learn about the broader reality that we ALL face.
This is a partial list of the patents and descriptions of the chemicals being dumped upon humans through Chemtrails/Geoengineering. It’s called Geoengineering because these chemicals literally restructure (reengineer) global weather patterns, the cells of plant, animal, fish, insect and human life.
We suggest that everyone take necessary precautions to prevent direct storm related damages. Where ever possible reduce or remove trees near dwellings and thin branches to reduce "sail" - to catch less wind. Be cautious around creek overflows. Any other suggestions you would like to contribute please do.
This is WEATHER WARFARE. Take action to prevent storm damage and asset stripping with costly repairs and life threatening consequences where ever possible.
Without a spiritual aspect, nothing makes sense today. The Devil is in the details. The purpose of his evil existence is to utterly destroy God’s creation.
The California drought was engineered and now the drought is OVER, some say. The water shortage (illusion) has been manipulated - we do not have a water shortage! We have plenty of water. Water is a renewable resource. Go to www.PrimaryWater.org to learn the water facts . . .
Forward this out to all you know and be safe!
From Susan Clarke, GUARDS
Notice below how industry think-tanks acknowledge what I've been trying to get through to everyone for decades:
What happens on the record at the local level is considered the preparation for lawsuits that may rise ultimately to the federal appeals level.
This is why we, too, must plan carefully the public record in opposition to wireless infrastructures at that all-essential local level! Our efforts must include ensuring that our local people's assertions are factual, at once true and substantiable, and that they do not our colleagues do not make statements that would inadvertently destroy our efforts. Unfortunately local people always will make disadvantageous statements when not trained by those who know the relevant RFR bioeffects science and/or the relevant law and/or solid strategy.
Below, industry agents say they share: "ideas for getting wireless site applications approved at the local level, and how best to build the record in the local process in case you have to appeal a denial in federal court." THey are consciou they are building a record. Be sure your local people are likewise conscious.
We all need to learn from one another, to welcome each others' ideas and editing. I of course include myself here.
When we work together, hone and polish each other, we are much stronger at defending Life on Earth. DAS 4G/5G is truly the last Battle for the Biosystem, and no one should go at it alone.
CONCLUSION: What is stated and written at the local level very much matters! Life-on-Earth cannot afford sloppiness at the local or at any other level. We must exert great CARE at every point. Every person, every pet, wild animal, bee, butterfly, bird, and plant depends upon how carefully we advocate for his, her or its integrity of life. When we get up to speak at a public meeting or prepare a written testimony, all those who cannot be present for such record-creating activity are quite literally in our hands. This is no mere matter of risk, the notion that harm may or may not occur, but rather of certainty of harm to all by some decrement, small or large, multiplied by potentially years, decades, even a century, until an EMP or some other major event takes out electric grids. We HOLD ALL OTHER LIVING BEINGS IN OUR ARMS, whether or not we are conscious of their presence. We have a great and often final responsibility to the countless beings who cannot speak for themselves or their families or species, including for those who are suffering terribly now and those who have already died early from wireless infrastructures' radiation. Therefore, when you prepare to speak or write in this context, let us remember all those living beings who depend upon our presentation well into the future, and let us ask experienced others to comment on and edit our ideas.
For your deployment enjoyment: New podcast series for wireless siting professionals
By Daniel P. Reing and Leslie Gallagher Moylan on September 19th, 2016 Posted in Broadband Deployment, Wireless
Tune in to this (free!) podcast series – a must-listen for wireless siting professionals who want to establish best practices for getting their wireless sites approved. Join attorneys Leslie Moylan andDan Reing as they share their experiences and ideas for getting wireless site applications approved at the local level, and how best to build the record in the local process in case you have to appeal a denial in federal court.
Dan and Leslie have litigated wireless siting appeals across the country and have seen how things play out in court based on what happened in the local proceeding. Tune in as they cover the various components of the wireless siting application and hearing process from their perspective – from establishing a coverage gap and presenting the search for alternatives to addressing concerns about aesthetics and property values – and everything in between.
Episode #1: Know before you go: Federal standards and pre-application research
Episode #2: Mind the gap: Establishing need / gap in coverage
Audio for Episode 1 & 2 at this link
Podcast: A valuable discussion about property values
By Leslie Gallagher Moylan and Daniel P. Reing on January 24th, 2017 Posted in Broadband Deployment, Wireless
Just about half of all American homes have cut the cord and rely only on wireless phones. Clearly, people see value in living near a cell phone tower. So how should you respond when you face opposition claiming that your proposed facility will negatively affect real estate values?
In this episode, we’ll review some strategies for responding to complaints involving real estate values. Is the complaint really just a proxy for concerns about health effects from RF emissions? Is the “expert” report or other evidence offered about real estate values credible? How can you show that your own real estate evidence is credible and more reliable? We’ll address these issues and more – tune in now!
Audio at this link
Podcast: If looks could kill … Your wireless siting application
By Daniel P. Reing and Leslie Gallagher Moylan on February 17th, 2017 Posted in Wireless
Many (most?) wireless siting applications that face opposition involve some level of NIMBYism – but you can’t just dismiss the NIMBY naysayers and move on. In this episode, we identify some of the ways site aesthetics come into play in the application and hearing process and talk about some practical and legal approaches to dealing with the issue. From spotting and complying with local code requirements that implicate aesthetics to strategies for responding to complaints about aesthetics, you won’t want to miss this episode.
Also, we apologize in advance for Dan’s singing voice …
Audio at this link
Podcast: survival of the fittest
By Leslie Gallagher Moylan and Daniel P. Reing on November 22nd, 2016 Posted in Broadband Deployment, Wireless
Like Turkey on Thanksgiving, for some things there is just no adequate substitute. When you are siting a wireless facility, you want to show that there is no better substitute (or alternative) to your proposal.
We’ve litigated numerous “effective prohibition” cases under the federal Communications Act around the country and, while the specific standards vary from court to court, one of the prongs of any effective prohibition case will require an investigation of alternatives. In this episode, we discuss some ways to demonstrate that your proposed facility is the best alternative and to get that evidence in the administrative record. A well-documented record on your investigation of alternatives could boost your chance of approval at the local level or, if you get denied, it could potentially expedite your appeal.
Audio available at this link
China orders GPS tracking of every car in troubled region
Hundreds of thousands of vehicles affected by edict covering part of Xinjiang following outbreaks of violence – and no petrol for owners who don’t comply
Security officials in China’s violence-stricken north-west have ordered residents to install GPS tracking devices in their vehicles so authorities are able to keep permanent tabs on their movements.
The compulsory measure, which came into force this week and could eventually affect hundreds of thousands of vehicles, is being rolled out in the Bayingolin Mongol Autonomous Prefecture of Xinjiang, a sprawling region that borders Central Asia and sees regular eruptions of deadly violence.
The move comes amid an apparent spike in killing that authorities blame on Islamist extremists and separatists but experts say is also fuelled by ethnic friction between Han Chinese migrants and members of the predominantly Muslim Uighur minority to whom Xinjiang is home.