Monthly Archives: February 2019

Save the bees! 5G and the digital killing fields: Insect Inspector (VIDEO)

Today’s wireless radiation including 3G, 4G, and military use is linked to the catastrophic declines in insect life. What happens when 5G, using much higher and shorter frequencies, will be widespread and broadcast from space? Insects will only survive if … Continue reading

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ALERT: Feb. 27, OneWeb begins launching satellites to provide 5G and Wi-Fi

Tomorrow in French Guiana, OneWeb plans to launch the first 6 of 900 satellites to blanket the Earth in 3G, 4G, 5G and Wi-Fi. The launch is planned for 1:37 PM PST, From the company website oneweb.world Liftoff is scheduled … Continue reading

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New: Electromagnetic Sensitivity page with chapter on Symptoms

Recent additions to this website are a page on Electromagnetic Sensitivity (EMS) and a chapter on Symptoms. Electromagnetic sensitivity is when a person experiences adverse health effects when using, or in proximity to, RF-EMF emitting devices and equipment – Smart … Continue reading

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Maine legislation would replace Central Maine Power, Emera Maine with ‘consumer-owned utility’

From the Portland Press Herald January 28, 2019 By Kevin Miller The bill, which will be considered by the Legislature, would use low-interest revenue bonds to buy the transmission and distribution assets of Maine’s two largest for-profit utilities. AUGUSTA — … Continue reading

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Central Maine Power has a backlog of thousands of faulty bills, facing utility commission investigation and class-action lawsuit

From Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel February 9, 2019 By Tex Turkel, Portland Press Herald As the electric utility generates hundreds of flawed bills daily, customers ask: ‘What the heck is wrong with this company?’ More than a year after … Continue reading

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A new look: no ads!

If you’ve visited this site before now, you’ve seen annoying ads that WordPress puts on this website. This website hasn’t received any income from those ads. This website’s goal has always been to make information available to the public in … Continue reading

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Iowa Utility Board orders free opt-out and residential customers with analog meters may keep them, for now

On February 6, 2019, the Iowa Utility Board issued its final ruling, rejecting Interstate Power and Light Company’s proposed tariffs for alternatives to AMI meters. On March 1, 2018, Interstate Power and Light Company (IPL) filed with the Utilities Board … Continue reading

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