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WHY Did

DTE’s Expert Find No Electromagnetic Fields in Detroit area?

From Don Hillman, Professor Emeritus, MSU, East Lansing, MI 48823
; telephone (517) 351
-
9561.
Please call if you wish.

Dear

Governor Snyder
:

During the

Intervention of Mr. Robert
Sitkauskus, the only witness for Detroit Edison, by Dominic
Cusum
a
no,

January 16, 2013
, he

learned that Mr. Sitkauskus, did not do any testing of electricity in the
Detroit area. H
e testified that h
is knowledge was strictl
y from industry representatives,

n
ot from the
Detroit area.

So, his

predictions should

not satisfy the

Michigan

Public Service Commission.

That is quite different than the data we collected at three locations in the Detroit area.

1)

The First was in the

Ferndale Community Library meeting roo
m. A
n

outlet was available behind
the speaker, Mr. David Sheldon, so I had someone plug
-
in the Graham
-
Stetzer Microsurge Meter
so everyone could see the result. The reading exceeded the maximum which

was

23
,
00
0

and
returned to a base value of 1. The library had sever
al

operators using computers as well as the
S
mart meter contributing to the high frequency current on the system.

2)

Then, Mr. Cusumono purchased a Microsurge meter and I loaned to him my
TriField Meter
,
Alpha Lab, Inc.
, which also measures magnetic fields in the air. Mr. Cusumono found the

Microsu
rge readings at the

home in St. Clair Shores to be

in the area of 1900 G/S Units. The
TriField meter exceeded the 100 milligauss scale of the

meter. I do not

have the readings for the
other Cusumono home

located in Addison Township, Oakland County.

3)

The third reading was reported
to the Executive Secretary, Michigan Public Service Commission,
P.O. Box 30221

Lansing, MI 48909 in MPSC Case No U
-
17000.

It include
d:
RE: Thyroid Cancer
Associated with Radiofrequency (RF) Current Induced by Smart Meter on Child’s House.

A

Smart meter had been placed by DTE on the outside wall of the girl’s playroom in her Ferndale
,
MI

home.
RF current in the child’s playroom was me
asured about noon on April 1, 2012. The G
-
S readings fluctuated between 462 and 692 G
-
S units in the playroom. (The safe level is believed
to be < 50 G
-
S units).

A TriField Gauss meter reading exceeded 100 mG. When Stetzerizer
“Frequency Filters” were plug
ged into the wall outlet, the

G
-
S meter readings dropped to 61
-
62
G
-
S units. A multiple
-
outlet power strip was plugged into the wall outlet to accommodate five
plug
-
in filters required to reduce the radiofrequency (RF)

current to an acceptable level in the

playroom.

April 2, 4:00 PM: in the child’s playroom, G
-
S meter readings were 213
-
227 without
filters
. When Stetzerizer RF Filters were added to the power strip, G
-
S meter readings
decreased to 30
-
33 G
-
S Units (
See Fig. 1, below without Stetzerizer Frequ
ency Filter, and Fig. 2
with 5
S
tetzerizer

Frequency Filters.)


In the child’s Bedroom adjacent to the Playroom, the G
-
S
readings were 660 to 717 in the child’s bed as in Fig 1.

When Stetzerizer high frequency filters
were plugged into a power strip that
was plugged into the 120
-
volt outlet, the G
-
S meter
readings decreased to 56
-
59 G
-
S units. Seven Stetzerizer filters were installed as necessary
throughout the house, to decrease RF electrical exposure to 28
-
32 G
-
S units.

4)


A copy of the report to MPSC is
available by E
-
mail

and a copy is attached (E
-
mail
:

Donag1@aol.com

Jackie&Butch
-
ThyroidCancer
Associated
withRF(Radiofrequency)
Current
InducedbySmartMeter
onCh
i
ld

shome




5)

A new article
showing how Graham
-
Stetzer

meter readings of 7 library workers may help to
explain to Detroit Edison Officials and to the Michigan Public Service Commission how repeat
readings

of the Graham
-
Stetzer meter works.

Dr. Sam Milham, M.D.,
MPH,

retired Epidemiologtist from the State of Wa
shington,

studied the effects of
Electric and Magnetic Fields as measured with Graham
-
Stetzer meters on the concentrations of
Dopamine and Phenalethylamine (PEA) in the urine of the

7

librarians in Olympia

Timber
land Library in

Washington.


Dr. Milham invi
ted Dave Stetzer,

from Blair, WI,

an
E
lectrician and Consultant on

power
quality to determine the Oscilloscope tracings, taken at the Library Managers Office, before during and
after the clean
-
up of the Library.

Figure 1A, shows the Oscilloscope tracings t
aken before the clean
-
up.

No Graham
-
Stetzer filters were
used at the time. The Microsurge me
ter reading

was 11
190.

Figure
1
B, Several Graham
-
Stetzer filters were plugged into

wall

outlets
, the Microsurge reading was
39.

This is

a very important finding which corresponds

to Klaus Buckner and Horst Eger
,
Rim
b
ac
h Austria
(see below).

Table 1, Olympus Library Study: average urinary dopamine and pheny
l
eth
ylamine levels
before and

by week
s

after dirty electricity cleanup (
ug/g creatin
ine).



Table 1, shows that Before cleanup, dopamine was 180 and by 1 week after filtering
was reduced to
134 micrograms/gram of creatinine
, and continued lower t
han Before for the next week
.

Table 1, shows

phenylethelamine (PEA) levels
in urine of librarians
was

65 Before
,

and 53

(ug/g
creatinine) by
1
-
week
, and continued lower for 10 weeks

after

the dirty electricity cleanup.

This is

also comparable with the Rimbach, Austria study.

Those not familiar with the li
terature, may like to ref
er to an article by
:

Buckner
, K

and Eger
, H.
2011.

Umwelt
-
Medizine
-
Gesellschaft 24 1:44
-
57 (Original in German).
Changes of clinically important
neurotransmitters under the influence of modulated

Chronic
urinary neurotransmitter changes in
residents near
a new cell tower in Rimbach, Austria. Microwave radiation from the tower was shown to
be the active agent.

Power density

from
Table 1 (in the article) shows
the Power density
at the front of
the house:
average for
ALL 60 participants was 76.9 (uW/m
2
). T
he values for a group of homes having
<= 60 uW/m
2
, was average 21.7; Average for the group with 60
-
100 uW/m
2


was 68.1; and the group
with >100 uW/m
2

averaged 170.7 uW/m
2
.


The catecholamine neurotransmitters were studied in
volunteers

over a

period of
1.5 years. Epinephrine, norepinephrine, dopamine and phenyleth
ylamine
(PEA) all had significant changes in

urine

level indicating chronic dysregulation of the stress system. The
authors postulated that ce
ll tower radiation generated a chronic stress in the

residents, accounting for
the great variety of morbidity and mortality that has been reported in residents near cell towers.

Dr. Milham and
Dave
Stetzer
, found that the electric current
of librarians
could be followed by tracing it
with the Graham
-
Stetze
r Microsurge meter and the

Fluke


119
c
,

O
scilloscope.


T
he article by Dr.

Sam

Milham,

MD,

Dirty Electricity, Chronic Stress. Neurotransmitters and Disease.
Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine.
January 16, 2013
; is available from Samuel Milham, 2318
Grav
elly Beach Loop NW, Olympia, WA 98502. USA E
-
mail:


smilham@dc.rr.com


Because the Graham
-
Stetzer Microsurge meter is so simple to use we see no reason that Mr
.
Sitkauskus made no

readings of radiofrequency in the

Detroit Area.


Don Hillman, Consultant