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The ENERGY BOX is a GPRS-Transmitter and the frequency (like radar) is a mixture of GSM and 3G Internet.It also have a "Eschelon Meter", a PLC System(Powerline Communication) of the Televent Company or Eschelon, to chance the electricity.
It is a broad-band and always turned on - not just for those seconds that the electric company uses it.

The box radiates us not only directly with 3G radiation (a pulsating frequency,very malicious and only for the military), but the beams go also into the electrical system and the whole house becomes a 3G pulsating high frequency field which is connected to internet and can obviously radiate many to death (Leukemia).
The box does not transmit to the electric company but to internet in which case the entire electric system is transformed into a communication system.

Why the internet, why are such quietness and secretiveness built into the house, why replace the electricity with a communication system?


And now globally: Google Power Meter Power to (or over?) the people!
Extract from the link provided:
"Google’s mission is to "organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful," and we believe consumers have a right to detailed information about their home electricity use. We've been participating in the dialogue in Washington, DC and with public agencies in the U.S. and other parts of the world to advocate for investment in the building of a "smart grid," to bring our 1950s-era electricity grid into the digital age. Specifically, to provide both consumers and utilities with real-time energy information, homes must be equipped with advanced energy meters called "smart meters." There are currently about 40 million smart meters in use worldwide, with plans to add another 100 million in the next few years."

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