Field Test Showing Radiation Peaks from Bank of Smart Meters

Field Study measuring the “peaks” of radiation from a bank of Smart Meters.  The government uses the average. But according to Magda Havas, PHD of Trent University, Canada, this gives a “false low reading.”  “Engineers like to measure averages but living organisms react to extremes so these average readings under estimate the potential for harm if the radiation is pulsed.”

See graph below which was posted on the Electromagnetic Health website in an article about cell phones, “depicting the wider range of frequency from pulsed radiation prepared by Dr. Havas.”

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