THE MORNING SHOW
Dr. Laura Pressley
Standing Up Against Smartmeters
Smartmeters have been a hot topic here on One Radio Network in the past 18 months or so. Dr. Pressley will discuss the landmark decision for Texans to be able to opt out of smart meter installations and the dangers and privacy issues of the equipment. Will it be possible for those in other cities to have an opt out option? We’ll ask her about how this can be achieved and more.
-Dr. Pressley tells us of the health problems she and her husband experienced with her smartmeter
-Her one year journey on having an opt out program implemented in Austin, TX
-The 2 different kinds of smartmeters
-The radio frequencies emitted from smartmeters are 10 to 75 times higher than your cell phone; they try to tell you differently
-The American Academy of Environmental Medicine Report drives the nail in the coffin
-What do opt out programs cost?
-Why are some people more affected from radio frequencies than others?
-Using Stetzer filters
-The real problem with solar panels
-Watch out for new cars and smart appliances; built in WiFi is everywhere
and so much more!
Dr. Laura Pressley has a Ph.D. from University of Texas at Austin in Physical Chemistry. She’s worked for over 22 years in the science and semiconductor industry as an engineer and manager at Motorola, Advanced Micro Devices and Freescale Semiconductor. She is author of numerous peer reviewed research publications and US patents. She is also a small business owner in the organic food industry and is cofounder of Pure Rain Purified Rain Water which is fluoride free purified rain water which can be purchased at Whole Foods, and Central Market stores across Texas. She is a former candidate for the Austin City Council and is an government accountability activist in the Austin area and has testified against the TSA, fluoridation of municipal tap water, and most recently has worked with Austin Energy to implement the first Smart Meter Opt Out Program in Texas.
dr laura presley on opting out of smartmeters, december 3, 2013