Live Blood Analysis – Observable Effects of RF/MW Radiation from ‘Smart’ Meter

The following clip is an excerpt from upcoming documentary, Take Back Your Power – a critical investigation of the Smart Metering phenomenon and Smart Grid.  It shows observable effects of the RF/MW radiation from a Smart Meter on human blood cells using dark-field microscopy.

Please watch and and take action to share this information as widely as possible.

More than 5,000 studies now show RF/MW radiation to be harmful to human biology, animals and plants. Acute and chronic exposure to RF (radio-frequency) and MW (microwave) radiation can, even at very low power-densities, lead to not only the negative health effects shown in this video, but calcium ion damage in cells, endothelial cell dysfunction, nitric oxide depletion, oxidative stress, melatonin disruption, blood-brain-barrier leakage, DNA damage, sperm damage and more.

Glucose metabolism changes within the brain are observable after just minutes of cell phone use.

The mechanisms for damage from non-thermal, non-ionising radiation exposure are now becoming clear.

Unfortunately, so-called “safety” thresholds maintained in the UK are woefully out of date and obsolete, permitting a deluge of highly-profitable, RF-emitting technologies to be introduced into our lives. Whilst attempts by campaigners in every country are being made to stem and reverse the tide of these environmental toxins, you can take positive action to protect yourself and your family by limiting your own exposure to RF and MW-emitting devices, such as Smart Meters, cell phones, WiFi routers and devices, wireless baby monitors, wireless alarm systems, wireless games consoles, etc.

For more information on Smart Meters, visit To watch the Take Back Your Power documentary, from 5 September 2013, visit

You have the lawful right to refuse a Smart Meter.

Please alert your neighbours, friends and families to this important information.

  1. Hello

    I hope that you can help me.

    My husband and I have just been chatting about this e-mail and whilst we understand and support the campaign against smart meters, we wonder why no noise (that we’re aware of) was made about broadband routers being installed in peoples houses without firstly being tested. Can you answer this query for us, please?

    Are broadband routers harmful at all?
    Are they more harmful than smart meters, if so, why?
    Should we only turn on the broadband router when we need to use it and then turn it straight off again?

    I’d be really grateful to receive your reply and thoughts on this, please.

    Kind regards

    Michelle Kevill

    • Hi Michelle,

      If you’re talking about wireless (WiFi) broadband routers being used as opposed to wired ones, then there has been a lot of attention drawn to this by campaigns that continue to this day. is active against wifi in schools, likewise with WiFiInSchools (linked in our blogroll on the right), MastSanity, WiredChild, BEMRI, ES-UK, etc.

      WiFi routers are bad news.

      This helps to explain the problem to people who are otherwise in the dark:

      Is this the “smoking gun” that proves how dangerous Wi-Fi is? In 2004 a Swiss mobile carrier patented a router design that was intended to reduce or eliminate part of the radiation emitted by Wi-Fi routers and transmitters due to cancer concerns/DNA damage. Watch the 5 minute video.

      A simple and important explanation of Wi-Fi technology for parents, teachers and administrators.


  2. RE WI FI radiation. It is quite simple to avoid. Just shut it off! Use a wired system. BT will do this for you.

    • That’s true if you control the router. Not so true if you live in a terraced house or apartment and your neighbours are blasting you from the rooms next door…

      • Do you think that if you had a detached house and your nearest neighbour was, say, 10 feet away from you, that the two outside walls would be enough to stop you getting blasted from the neighbours smart meter signals?

        • Hey Hadley,

          Not unless the walls are lined with lead.

          • Thanks.

            I guess at the moment as we don’t know the exact models that will be used in the UK yet there is no way to tell exactly what is needed to avoid the radiation in terms of how far away you have to be from another property?

            One option for some people might be the shielding paints that are available which I hear have improved from before when they would only last a year. Hopefully they would be strong enough to be effective for some people. When I lived right next to a phone mast we had tinted window film which was very effective along with some of the old shielding paint which was pretty good too, at least for a while, though it would take a massive coverage to protect a whole house.

          • Aluminium cooking foil is enough!

    • When I asked my provider, BT, (UK) to do this they had obviously not been asked before and had to find out themselves. Remember that plugging in a cable does NOT switch off the wireless. There are some good vids on YouTube so check them out for a ‘how to…’.