“A Pattern of Incompetence and Fraud” — Critique of Arizona’s flawed Smart Meter report

In August 2013, the Arizona Corporation Commission requested that the Arizona Department of Health Services conduct a study of Smart Meters.

The commission asked ADHS to answer whether there are health impacts from the meters and whether the radio-frequency emissions from them exceed federal requirements, commission spokeswoman Rebecca Wilder said.

The first part of the question will be answered by ADHS’ review of published research on the meters. To answer the second part, the Arizona Radiation Regulatory Agency will measure meters’ radio-frequency emissions, Wilder said.

“There will be no input from the utilities,” she said. “We wanted this to be an independent, objective report.” [1]

In November 2014, after more than a year, the state released its report — http://www.azdhs.gov/phs/oeh/toxicology/documents/ph-evaluation-radio-frequency-exposure-electronic-meters.pdf
[A more compressed file is here:
https://skyvisionsolutions.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/acc-az-health-dept-sm-report-reduced-file-size.pdf]

Did the Arizona Department of Health Services fulfill their goals?

No.

Warren Woodward submitted this detailed report to the Arizona Corporation Commission in November  (E-Docket # O1345A-13-0069)

A Pattern of Incompetence and Fraud: Exposing Major Mistakes, Misleading Misrepresentations, and Obvious Omissions in the Arizona Department of Health Services’ “Smart” Meter Health Study

In December, he further evaluated the accuracy of RF measurements and the equipment used by the ADHS in the state report.

Video Exposé – The ADHS “Smart” Meter Study Is Grossly Inaccurate
Information and Perspective by Warren Woodward
December 9, 2014 

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As I wrote in my report on the Arizona Dept. of Health Services’ study, “In a cynical sense, the Tenmars was the perfect choice for the ADHS study – a pitifully inadequate meter for a pitifully inadequate study.”

If you haven’t already, I strongly urge you to read my full report, “A Pattern of Incompetence and Fraud”. The cheap, inaccurate Tenmars TM-195 is only one of the many major failings of the ADHS study. Sadly, the study is a fraud on the people of Arizona.

My report, “A Pattern of Incompetence and Fraud”, is posted several places online, including: https://skyvisionsolutions.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/acc-a-pattern-of-incompetence-and-fraud.pdf and https://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Uploads/687/media/ACC%20-%20A%20Pattern%20of%20Incompetence%20and%20Fraud.pdf

Warren Woodward’s report can also be found at:
http://images.edocket.azcc.gov/docketpdf/0000158210.pdf

[1] http://www.azcentral.com/story/money/business/2014/08/28/smart-meters-questioned/14738207/

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