Monthly Archives: August 2010

Understanding Radio Frequency (Translated from the PG&ESE)

PG&E is facing increasing alarm and outrage from concerned citizens around the state who don’t understand how the company could inflict health damaging spikes of microwave radiation on the nice people of California without at least taking reasonable steps to … Continue reading

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We Shut Down PG&E Smart Meter Installation in Santa Cruz County Today!

Come and join us tomorrow (Friday) morning and every morning until the County protects the citizens and passes an emergency ordinance banning ‘smart’ meters in Santa Cruz County.  Call your supervisor at (831) 454-2200 and demand that they act ASAP! … Continue reading

Posted in Citizen rebellion, Democracy, PG&E | 17 Comments

No Opting Out? Time for Direct Action

Posted in Citizen rebellion, Climate Change, CPUC, Democracy, PG&E | 5 Comments

The Brushfire Grows……

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Sorry Darbee, No Opting Out!

Yesterday, in front of a large audience of print, radio, and TV media, a growing grassroots movement of those opposed to PG&E’s smart meter program confronted Peter Darbee, the CEO of PG&E Corp. during his speech at the California Public … Continue reading

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Watsonville Joins Fight Against Smart Meters in a Big Way

Earlier this evening, Watsonville City Council joined the growing list of local governments calling on the CPUC to immediately halt the installation of smart meters within the state of California.  In a 7-0 vote, the council took some of the … Continue reading

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Wireless Smart Meters: Electrosmog on an Unprecedented Scale

Silver Spring Networks is a company based in Redwood City, California.  They are manufacturing the actual ‘smart’ meters that are going onto people’s homes and businesses all over the state.   To their utility customers like PG&E, they boast about having … Continue reading

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