Put away your tinfoil hats. Texas study proves smart meters can't exert thought control
By: SGN Staff
"Staff has determined that the large body of scientific research reveals no definite or proven biological effects from exposure to low-level RF signals. Further, Staff found no credible evidence to suggest that advanced meters emit harmful amounts of EMF (electromagnetic field radiation)."
That's the basic finding from a study by PUC of Texas staff on the question of smart meters and health hazards. Released in December, the study was conducted in response to smart meter opponents who complained about EMF causing a range of health problems, invasion of privacy issues and more.
As readers know, a continuing smart meter backlash has been going on for the past few years in several states. And you may recall, a Texas woman pulled a handgun on a utility worker in July of last year to prevent him from installing a smart meter at her home.