Dr. Karl Maret – The Health Impact of Smart Meters

by on October 17, 2011      

in Environment, Health & Wellness, Science & Technology

Karl Meret, M.D.

Karl Maret, M.D.

A highly dangerous microwave wireless smart grid – including electropollution-emitting “smart meters” – is being installed nationwide right now. Dove Health Alliance president Karl Maret M.D. joins us to lay out the details of this unsettling new addition to the electromagnetic pollution problem. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 approved and provisioned for the Smart Grid Program, a new project being undertaken nationwide by gas, water, and electrical utilities, including Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E), Sempra Energy, and the Oklahoma Gas & Electric Company. The continuous microwave and radio wave radiation from wireless “smart meters” establishes an environmental condition that is beyond – and therefore unregulated by – the FCC’s current safety standards. Dr. Karl Maret offers professional insight into this health concern. Trained in both electrical and biomedical engineering, Dr. Karl Maret is currently a practitioner of complementary medical modalities including nutrition, functional medicine, and energy medicine at the Dove Center for Integral Medicine. He is a recognized expert and public speaker with respect to the biological impacts of communication technologies, including cell phones, wireless technologies, and smart meters. You’ll want to be ahead of the curve on this emerging technology and its associated health risks – don’t miss this interview.

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1 Robert December 8, 2011 at 8:28 am

Visit consumer health.org for details on Total Health 2012, featuring leading EMF researchers.
The 38th annual conference produced by the Consumer Health Organization of Canada had Dr. Nick Begich speak at previous events.

Robert Hollis


2 max October 6, 2012 at 6:48 pm

You are about 7 decades to late. Big Brother and the people will never give up their toys. All RF Radiation should be handled like second hand smoke.


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