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Smart Meters Cause Changes To The Heart

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Posted on Apr 28, 2019, 5 p.m.

Microwave transmission power expert Warren Woodward has published research showing radiation emitted from smart meters directly interferes with normal heart function, contrary to official government narrative.

To reach this conclusion Woodward connected himself to an EKG monitor while lying near an Elster Smart Meter which was connected to a high frequency analyzer that measures microwave frequencies. The readings alternated between normal readings of 00.1 and 00.2 and a monitor showed Woodward’s heart patterns were symmetrical and normal; however during times when it spiked to 139.3 when the smart meter initiated data transfer Woodward’s EKG patterns pattern changed dramatically in response.

When the smart meter was not sending high amounts of power Woodward’s EKG reading were natural and normal, BUT when the smart meter went into higher output mode the EKG showed the changes to Woodward’s readings were massive.

Infrequent brief periods of alteration to normal heart rhythm aren’t much to worry about, but when changes like these irregularities caused by an outside source are ongoing the heart can end up working too hard resulting in fatigued cardiac function, which is something to worry about.

Dr. Gilbertos Leon warns about this, saying these changes to the heart caused by smart meters are anything but symptomless or silent and major damages can take place without people even realizing it.  Constant bombardment of microwave radiation from smart meters represents “and unnatural sequence of events we are not programmed to respond to… long-term exposure to smart meters can be extremely damaging to normal myocardial function.”

The Elster smart meter Woodward tested only transmits at one quarter of a watt, other brands such as Gry Focus and Landis transmit closer to one watt, which is about three times the output of the Elster brand tested. The differences suggest that other smart meters are most likely to be even more damaging to heart function than that of the tested Elster smart meter, meaning they carry even greater potential health consequences, especially in those with pre-existing conditions.

Woodward himself is a generally healthy man with no pre-existing heart conditions, meaning the symptoms he experienced while lying near the smart meter were entirely the result of exposure to the Elster smart meter.

Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences have also conducted a study identifying some other serious problems with smart meters, such as many of them overcharge customers. Findings published in IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Magazine show over half of the smart meters in their experiments were found to be plagued with computational and energy use errors, and in some cases false readings clocked as much as 582% beyond what the actual use was, meters also had false readings of 581%, 566%, and 475% more than the amount of energy that was actually used. Such errors would result in customers being charged up to 6 times more than should be charged, meaning extra money for the utility companies pushing the meters.

On top of this there are concerns over the safety of smart meters as there have been reports of them suddenly catching fire and exploding. When smart meters are not installed properly they cause arcing which can lead to their spontaneous combustion accompanied by electrical fire and/or explosion.

For all of these reasons and more groups such as the American Academy of Environmental Medicine are warning and calling on a total recall of all “smart meters” until their true effects have been properly studied. It is important that the public know of associated risks before smart meters become so ubiquitous turning back is not an option, because thus far these so called “smart meters” are proving not to be that smart at all.

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