By Catherine Austin Fitts
This Thursday evening, I will be speaking with B. Blake Levitt about Smart Grids. Blake is an award-winning medical and science journalist, a former New York Times writer, and author of “Electromagnetic Fields: A Consumer’s Guide to the Issues and How to Protect Ourselves,” for which she won a chapter award of excellence from the American Medical Writers Association. She is also the editor of “Cell Towers.”
Blake joined us on The Solari Report in March to discuss electromagnetic fields and the risks posed by the explosion of wireless technologies around us. One topic emerged as both important and urgent – smart grids. Blake agreed to return in April to discuss smart grids – what are they, what will they do, who is promoting them and why and what are some of the associated risks we need to understand and actions we want to consider. We have posted some of her recent pieces on this technology, The Problems With Smart Grids: Dumb and Dangerous and Smart Grids: Update from Blake Levitt.
Articles on smart grid technologies:
Lockheed Martin and Itron Provide Demand Response-Ready Smart Grid Solution for Utilities
Lockheed Martin (23 March 10)
The Problems With Smart Grids: Dumb and Dangerous
(28 March 11)
Smart Grids: Update from Blake Levitt
(11 March 11)
I will start with Money & Markets and Ask Catherine. This week’s Money and Markets charts will be posted at the blog.
In Let’s Go to the Movies, I will review the documentary Full Signal about the health risks posed by the implementation of global cellular systems.
Precious Metals: Top Ten Dates in American History Special Solari Report with Franklin Sanders. Subscribers will find it at their control panel in the archives.
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