Smart meters can interfere with healthy heart – video evidence

While these videos below were not made by scientists, a physician helps demonstrate, in two different individuals, the interference that smart meters can cause, with the human heart.  CEP suggests that independent scientists run similar tests, using scientific methodology on a larger sample, to ascertain whether this interference actually occurs and if so, in how many people.

As Director of Center for Electrosmog Prevention and a person who has had my health impacted severely by smart utility meters, I can tell you that my own heart rhythms are impacted, and I can feel it clearly when close to a smart meter or in the presence of strong wifi (which uses the same frequency as smart meters). I thank Warren Woodward, non-scientific producer of these videos and resident of Arizona, for doing what he can to demonstrate the impact smart meters certainly appear to have on the human heart. Thank you to the physician and bio-engineer he is having assist him, as well.

If you have a smart meter, and an “opt-out” (removal of smart meter by the utility and replacement with an electro-mechanical, legacy-style analog meter) is available, I encourage you to opt-out, and ask your utility to allow this, even if it costs a bit more on your electric and gas bills. You may see a decrease, as some have reported. Work for an opt-out in your state or area, if there is none.  I also encourage you to work toward banning of all smart meters as health hazards.

EKG Proof That “Smart” Meters Affect the Human Heart – Part I


EKG Proof That “Smart” Meters Affect the Human Heart, Part II


More articles about smart meters and heart problems:

Pacemaker, Heart, and Breathing Problems Reported from Smart Meter

WiFi Affects The Heart

ALERT: AAEM Supports Research Showing Health Impacts from Smart Meters (Oct. 2013)

Toronto Hospital is First to Recognize Symptoms from Wireless Radiation

Smart Meter Health Complaints

Public Health Alerts: Smart meters

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