|Come again? I think you set a world record for comma use in that ;o). Are you just commenting on the lack of educating customers on the part of PG&E?|
I think these people claiming to have "wireless sensitivities" should be required to pass a test, where someone behind a wall turns a transmitter (equivalent to the one in the meter) on then off, and they have to say when it starts and when it stops. My guess is not a single one of them will pass the test, and instead they should be mandated psychiatric help by the state.
At some point someone has to put an end to these unsupported claims of wireless sensitivity, by holding the feet of those making the claims to the fire, so to speak. These people are being "bombarded" wth all manner of RF transmissions 24/7, from radio to TV broadcasts to emergency services to commercial wireless services. Should we shut all those down too, just because some group of people think they are being cooked like a microwave oven from them?