From Dariusz’s blog Between A Rock And A Hard Place
Australia”™s independent audit of smart meters ”“ do not have any hopes”¦
On July 15, 2014, Australian news site news.com.au published a brief story: ”˜Reports of illness prompt audit of smart meter radiation”˜.
Those, who have any hopes that this audit will help to resolve the problem of smart meters and reports of illness should lose their hopes immediately. It is very likely that nothing will change. Smart meters will be pronounced perfectly safe because emitted radiation levels are below current safety standards.
The article states, and I quote:
“”¦Energy Minister Russell Northe said: “The Government expects that smart meters will be shown to operate well within the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency standard.”
Electromagnetic emission rates from the smart meters will be compared with those from other devices such as mobile phones, microwave ovens, televisions, wi-fi routers and computers.
A similar, smaller 2011 study found emissions were well within the accepted safety standard”¦”
Statement from Mr. Northe clearly shows that the result of the audit is already known ”“ safety standards are met. No problem.
This is and will be the answer to anyone who now, or in the near future, will question safety of smart meters or any EMF-emitting device ”“ safety standards are met.
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