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Smart Meters and HS2 pose problems for the concept of Investment

One of the sacred cows of economic theory is the concept of investment. The text books have it as what 1066 and all that would call a “Good Thing”. 1,359 more words

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Smart meter radiation and health – why are we neglecting non-toxic alternatives?

The Ecologist, a British environmental magazine, looks again at some of the inconvenient truths about so-called smart meters. Writer Lynne Wycherley points out that we will only achieve a biosustainable green grid if we factor in precautionary EMF science into our awareness and energy use.  612 more words

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Dangers ⚠️ of Cell Phone Towers on Private Landowners Land, Dangers of Smart Meters

July 9, 2017

It might be an attractive deal to be paid for allowing cell phone carriers to install a cell phone tower on your property. 514 more words


Change Dynamics and the Internet of Things

We have been discussing and highlighting the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) over the past decade and positing the many ways the technology might impact both tech-centric and smokestack industries.  699 more words


Rolling out smart meters is a bumpy road

All EU member states are required to roll out smart meters to the majority of their citizens in upcoming years. Adam Vaughan writes in The Guardian about some of the problems arising in the UK. 843 more words

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Beer + bitter former field engineer = hacked smart water meters

For a few months after he got sacked, ex-smart water meter techie Adam Flanagan was bitter, likely drunk on more than one occasion, and in a perfect position to demonstrate, once again, that security in the Internet of Things can be about as strong as soggy tissue paper. 1,010 more words