Professor Olle Johansson to speak as part of free online Alzheimers and Dementia Summit

Professor Olle Johansson (who is a neuroscientist and expert on electrohypersensitivity)  is talking at a FREE summit on Alzheimer’s and dementia that is coming up soon.

One of the unfortunate truths of our times is that exposure to non-ionising microwave radiation (the type of radiation produced by cell phones, cordless phones and smart meters) can harm the brain and potentially lead to neurodegenerative disease.

That’s the bad news.

The good news is that if you want to keep your brain in good working order there are lots of things you can do such as avoid the use of mobile and cordless phones and  say no to a smart meter.

Plus the FREE online summit also has information about treatments for dementia that you might not otherwise learn about.  (Yes, there are treatments for some types of dementia; unfortunately many doctors are not up to date with them.)


You can register for the summit at this link:


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Smart meters are not compulsory in NZ

Please note that while some electricity company staff claim that smart meters are compulsory or some sort of government requirement it is NOT compulsory to have a smart meter in NZ.

Please note that it seems to be quite common for smart meters to be installed without prior notification, so if you still have an analogue meter and want to keep it, it would be prudent to take the above steps to prevent a smart meter installation NOW.

Resources to help you refuse a smart meter, including bilingual Te Reo/English options may be found at this LINK of

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