Matthew Conclusion: I’m for better technology and faster internet connection. But going ahead with 5G without any safety checks no. Because EMF radiation have been proven some nasty health effect even only using any device connect to WiFi for a brief period of time.
Date: 16 September 2015
Author: Jean Edwards
Victorians have paid more than $2 billion for the roll out of electricity smart meters but have received few benefits, an auditor-general’s report has found.
The report said the greatest benefit from smart meters over the life of the program related to avoiding the costs of installing and manually reading older meters.
“When the rollout was announced, the benefits were promoted widely,” the report, which was tabled in State Parliament, said.
“However, when the Government reviewed the program in 2011 it was clear there would be no overall benefit to consumers, but instead a likely cost of $319 million.”
It said the cost was likely to climb beyond that, and there was a risk consumers would not see the expected benefits.
“The reality of the smart meter rollout is that the state approved a program, many of the costs of which it could not directly control, nor drive many of the benefits ascribed to it.
“Nevertheless, the rollout is now complete and Victoria has infrastructure in place that might lead to future innovation and benefit to consumers.
Continue reading Smart meters giving Victorian consumers ‘no benefit’ on electricity bills, auditor-general says
Low frequency pulsed radio and microwave frequencies deadly to your health
Over the past few years, and secretly for decades, scientific and medical evidence has shown conclusively that the low frequency pulsed radio and microwave frequencies are causing significant damage to our cells resulting in extreme increases in autism, heart irregularities, brain wave changes, cancer and generational fertility destruction in males but even more significantly in females.
Ford’s Intelligent Speed Limiter tech will first appear on the new Ford S-Max
Ford is hoping to prevent accidents and speeding tickets by introducing cars that can see what the speed limit is and preventing heavy-footed motorists from driving any faster.
Alex Jones breaks down how the drought in California is being manufactured to push Agenda 21.
The Economic Collapse Blog
April 7th, 2015
Smart meters are now being used by authorities to crack down on “water wasters” in the state of California, but this is just the tip of the iceberg as far as what they can be used for. Ultimately, smart meters are designed to be part of an entire “smart grid” that will enable government bureaucrats “to control everything from your dishwasher to thermostat“. And in recent years, there has been a massive push to install smart meters in as many homes in the United States and Europe as possible. Back in December 2007, there were only 7 million smart meters installed in this country. Today there are more than 51 million. On the other side of the Atlantic, the European Parliament has set a goal of having smart meters in 80 percent of all homes by the year 2020. This is being promoted as the “green” thing to do, but could it be possible that there is more to these smart meters than meets the eye? Continue reading Smart Meters: Enforcement Of Mandatory Water Restrictions Is Only Just The Beginning
4 March 2015
Soon we’re all going to be buying things with our fridge. That’s what Jonathan Vaux from Visa says, at least.
We met with Vaux, an executive director at Visa Europe during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
“Your fridge will have a payment capability,” he said. “People are immediately associating [Samsung Pay] with the phone, but they’re the biggest provider of white goods and so I will have a fridge, I’m sure, that will have connected payments in it.”
We asked Vaux whether having an internet-connected fridge in your kitchen, integrated with your bank account, is a security risk. “It depends what it’s sharing on the internet,” he said. “If I’m buying stuff through my fridge, it’s probably going to be milk … If I suddenly start to order a MacBook Air from my fridge then your fraud detection systems are probably going to start setting off some alarms.” Continue reading Visa says we’re all going to have internet-connected fridges in the future
Cheryl K. Chumley
February 6, 2015
The Epicenter complex in Stockholm, Sweden, has started inserting microchips beneath the skins of consenting employees, who then use the technology to simply wave open the locks on doors or access office copier and printing machines.
“We call it augmented humanity,” Faith Popcorn, the author of “Dictionary of the Future,” told the New York Daily News. “We foresee a future in which everyone will have an implanted chip that will benefit our personal lives as well.”
The chip — similar to the type used in pets — is designed by Biohacking Group, the New York Daily News reported. It’s a small device about the size of a grain of rice and emits radio waves. Continue reading Swedish offices implant employees with microchips: ‘We call it augmented humanity’