Radio Frequency (RF) measuring meter toread the extremely FAST SPIKES produced by Smart Meters.Even a high quality instrument, which are not still not actually adequate for the task, can only reading a very limited range of theharmful energy being emitted. The energy readings from Smart Meters are so high and so fast, that they actually shoot right OFF THE SCALE. In addition, readings of the power density arevariable, some high, some low and many are at varied intervals.Quoted safety standards, while being inadequate, are often givingus an "average", and not a true reflection of these harmful peak values. Smart Meters contain cell or mobile phone transmitters,which send signals either half hourly or hourly, or at varied timesback to your phone phone tower, depending upon the power company.We are dealing with a very high frequency harmful energy spikesthat do not fit with our Brain Harmonics. This is a serious danger tohuman health especially for the elderly, young children and pregnant women. Until the truth is known, Smart Meters should bedispensed with or better still refused where possible".
The units of measurements used is mV/m (Millivolts per meter), while theaccepted standard of measurements for Radio Frequency in Australia ismW/m2 (micro or milli watts per metre squared), recent research lead usto a very useful website with a conversion calculator. Interestingly itfavoured the mV/m unit of measurements:
Here is a more accurate assessment and interesting article by US Nuclearexpert and lecturer, Daniel Hirsch, who suggests that Smart Metersare
many times worse
than Wi-Fi, microwave ovens and mobile phones,and that the reporting that says otherwise is very skewed as all thevariables are not reported accurately.It is actually quite complicated to compare all of these devices accurately.This is due to the need to take into account the level of radiation; the