The below Jim Stone report was inspired due to a 6/24/11 AP/YahooNews article. Stone’s explanation makes good sense when you add the fact that FEMA has the nation divided into 10 regions already (above FEMA map: http://gohsep.la.gov/femarelated/FEMARegMap.htm ).

Since the USA is too large to deal with the “massive national herd” all at once, they could “shut down regions” one at a time instead, starting with a “regionalized” rather-than-national power grid.

The author’s premise, in brief, is:

“…they are saying that this is going to be a “year long experiment”. It won’t be. Since dismantling the grid amounts to an act of war, once it is dismantled we will not get it back. This “experiment” is exactly what you would want to do to a nation as a pre-emptive measure before attacking it. When destroying a nation, the basics have to go. You need to destroy the water, electrical, and food supplies to force people to surrender. By running different frequencies in different parts of the grid, the laws of physics clearly dictate that it has to be run in sections, all isolated from each other.”

Hmm. Maybe their “year long experiment” really means, “It will take us a year to regionalize the national power grid to match the already- established FEMA regions.” :-/

Full Stone article below.


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See the update, which answers a question about DC connected main lines below this report. The entire premise of my report is based on the fact that you cannot run multiple frequencies simultaneously on the grid without separating it into sections and running them separately. That is what the AP report clearly implies when it says that clocks will run faster and slower in various regions.


A recent (6/24/11) AP report http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110624/ap_on_hi_te/us_sci_power_clocks
states that there is a proposal in place to change the frequency various parts of the national electrical grid run at. The frequency differences will be minor, but will force an end to the national grid as we know it. The only way frequencies can be different at all in separate locations around the nation is to not have a grid at all.

They are attempting to childishly play this down as something that will mess up clocks. But what it really means is that they are going to dismantle the national power grid entirely.

And now I will dissect and shred this (AP) article.

(TPR: The YahooNews link no longer works but the same article is still at NewsMax: http://www.newsmax.com/US/US-SCI-Power-Clocks/2011/06/24/id/401381 )

First of all, they are saying that this is going to be a “year long experiment”. It won’t be. Since dismantling the grid amounts to an act of war, once it is dismantled we will not get it back. This “experiment” is exactly what you would want to do to a nation as a pre-
emptive measure before attacking it. When destroying a nation, the basics have to go. You need to destroy the water, electrical, and food supplies to force people to surrender. By running different frequencies in different parts of the grid, the laws of physics clearly dictate that it has to be run in sections, all isolated from each other.

Photo: National Power Grid from Wiki NERC article.

Many readers know that one of the strengths of the internet is it’s distributed data paths, which make it very difficult to take down. If a line gets cut, you can just re-route through a different line, and all is well. Our interconnected power grid, which has been in place and running synchronously with perfect phase and frequency matching across it’s entireity since 1930, is an electrical equivalent of the internet, and is a marvel of the world.

Our intact electrical grid will feed power to areas that have lost it, and keep their lights on. So let’s say a hurricane takes out Louisiana and all their generating facilities are damaged – the grid will provide power from Texas to help them get back on their feet. If you want to knock out power in a war, you would need to isolate Louisiana FIRST so that Texas could not feed them after you destroyed their infrastructure. This is the only truthful reason why anyone would suggest dismantling one of our greatest national treasures.

We have in America a system which would allow Hoover dam to provide power to Boston. But those days have to end before an experiment like the one this article discusses can even happen. Here is why:

The article states: “The group that oversees the U.S. power grid is proposing an experiment would allow more frequency variation than it does now without corrections, according to a company presentation obtained by The Associated Press”.

Here they say they will allow “more frequency variation”. Well, that means that after most of a century of having zero frequency variation, that there will now be frequency variation. America’s power grid has been perfectly synchronized since 1930 and has never varied by more than 1/10th of a cycle (1/600th of a second) from coast to coast in over 80 years. This is due largely to the fact that the grid causes generating facilities to lock into each other, and mimic each other’s phasing exactly. Any deviation in any one facility against the predominant phasing of the grid will cause it to lose efficiency and in extreme cases be destroyed.

To say they will allow “MORE frequency variation” is a lie, because it implies there WAS frequency variation. THERE NEVER WAS, EVER. That is why clocks have used the grid frequency as a reference for 4 generations.

Folks, you cannot have any frequency variation on an interconnected electrical grid. This is because our 60 hz AC is a rising and falling wave form which goes from negative to positive 60 times a second. Negative and positive ALWAYS have to line up. If you deviate from a 60 hz frequency by even 0.001 hz on only one part of the grid, all it will take is ten seconds for that variation in frequency to cause it to begin rising and falling opposite to the rest of the grid. That would represent a positive to negative electrical short right from within the fabric of the grid itself. So there is no such thing as a “slightly faster running grid” out east, it’s a bold faced lie completely counter to the laws of physics.


“The North American Electric Reliability Corp. (NERC) runs the nation’s interlocking web of transmission lines and power plants.”

No they don’t. No one company manages the grid. It is managed via cooperation and understanding of the laws of physics. This company is merely now the face of the lie. The fact that they have a long history has been SHREDDED by this proposal of theirs, buisnesses come and go, and these people need to head on out the door.

I myself have had to make calls for power allocations to avoid regional black-outs when demand was predicted to be high, and I certainly never called these folks! I just called the facility feeding us and THEY handled it. If they could not handle it, they had the power routed from another area. So for the North American Electric Reliability Corp. to say they manage it all is quite a statement! How do we know they are not a front company, set up as a bogus pre-paid corporation with a purchased “history”? I have a LOT of experience, and NEVER HEARD OF THEM.

(TPR Note: Here’s what Wiki says about NERC: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_Electric_Reliability_Corporation
The North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), a nonprofit corporation based in Atlanta, GA, was formed on March 28, 2006, as the successor to the North American Electric Reliability Council (also known as NERC). The original NERC was formed on June 1, 1968, by the electric utility industry to promote the reliability and adequacy of bulk power transmission in the electric utility systems of North America. NERC’s mission states that it is to “ensure that the bulk power system in North America is reliable.” )

Photo: NERC’s eight regions, from Wiki.

And now the math, which proves them liars.

Here is how you prove that the real goal is to dismantle the grid.
Their claim was that they wanted an allowed deviation of 20 minutes per year on one coast in comparison with the opposite coast. So let’s take 20 minutes and multiply it by 60 seconds. That’s 1200 seconds. Then divide that by days in a year (365) which will give you 3.287 seconds of deviation PER DAY. Take that number and divide it by hours (24) and that gives you a deviation of 0.136 seconds per hour. Divide that by 60 minutes and the deviation is 0.0022826 seconds per minute. Divide that by 60 again. That gives you a deviation of 0.000038 seconds per second. Now MULTIPLY that by your cycles PER SECOND, which is 60. Right back to 0.0022826 phase difference per second.

Now here is where it gets interesting. Let’s say I am running a 600,000 volt line. Since the frequency we are dealing with is 60 Hz, it fits perfectly into the equation. Multiply 0.0022826 as a representation of percentage by 600,000 volts. AC has a positive and negative cycle which effectively doubles that rate, for a total of 0.0045652% per second. Multiply that by 600,000 volts, and the voltage creep equals 2739 volts per SECOND. The math is pretty simple from there. One minute (60 seconds) x 2,739 volts will equal a 164,347 volt difference in phasing between interconnected coasts per minute. Major problems will happen within 15 seconds. Total phase desynchronization will occur in a little under three minutes.

This serves to prove that no frequency deviation at all can be tolerated in an interconnected grid and that this agency – the so called “North American Electrical Reliability Corp” is lying out their butt in this news release and therefore can only have been usurped by either paper trained idiots or an enemy that wants an end to the American power grid, because allowing “frequency variation” can mean only that. The AP article should finish them, OUT OF BUSINESS.

The bottom line? The American power grid, at no time ever in the last 80 years has ever been out of synchronization, by more than 0.001 second total per year coast to coast. The laws of physics will not allow it. We cannot allow ANYONE to disconnect our grid. 20 minutes a year would not cut it in tuvalu! Not even 1/60th of 1 second would. It is a mathematical impossibility to have ANY deviation on an interconnected grid.

And it gets worse . . . . .

When it comes to phase correlation, momentum can be the enemy.

The generators at electrical facilities are ENORMOUS. People may not realize how big they really are. Large electrical facilities need to be spun up before going online, it takes a long time to get the enormous mass of the generator moving and stabilized, sometimes even hours. Even modest generators are so big that the spinning mass can weigh hundreds of tons, and surface speeds of the armatures can be over 100 MPH. That’s a LOT of speed on a LOT of mass. The massive size of these generators helps them be perfectly stable when running. There is so much momentum built up in a large industrial generator that even enormous peak draws from it can be soaked up without it being perceptibly slowed by the peaks at all.

If an enemy was running the government then, and people were happy to have frequencies changed for no good reason at all, electrical “tug of wars” between generators could be set up under the premise of “oops” to destroy them. Breaker disconnects under such situations are often unsuccessful due to contacts getting welded. I have seen problems happen in even tiny one megawatt units, where a controller malfunctioned and dropped them onto the same line when their phasing was only off by a fraction of a percent. One was going very slightly ahead the other, so it drove the other to go faster while the other slowed it down. The over-reactions were extreme; they ponged each other’s speed up and down and the accelerations/decelerations were enormous, taking place within fractions of a second. I fully expected the windings to explode. I was blown away by how extreme their behavior was.

Even a pair of small generators can be caused to totally freak out from an initial phasing difference that is very minor. This problem would be greatly exacerbated in a power play between multiple enormous generators. Electrical explosions would no doubt result, in the case I witnessed, they both got the right bounce within a couple seconds and stabilized. It was a brief and exciting event. Things are normally not so lucky and the answer is obvious – If you want no problems in the electrical grid, a perfect standard frequency should be the norm, as it always has been for over 80 years.

However, if you were an enemy in posession of a virus like Stuxnet, a non-interconnected grid with all the switch gear from when it was previously connected still in place to play with could be lots of FUN!. To blow out two regions at the same time, all you would have to do is activate switch gear that is already in place from the old grid when both regions are out of phase with each other. Doing so would cause serious damage to equipment in both regions.

Want to blow a nuclear reactor? Here’s a good way to try! SUDDENLY and without announcement, introduce a frequency difference on the grid. Suddenly that nuke plant would be forced to deal with a rapid phase inversion on the grid. With all the stored momentum in the generators available for a nice peak surge output, thousands and thousands of times higher than anything they could ever handle if suddenly the coupled phases were inverted, there would be at a minimum enormous explosions in the circuit breakers and switch gear, and most likely enormous explosions from within the generator windings themselves.

Suddenly, with the windings and switch gear blown in an instant, there would be nothing left to load the generator, which needs to be held back from accelerating by the electrical system it is feeding power into. You would get a brief period of rapid acceleration before safety shutoffs re-routed steam from the generator’s turbines to an emergency bypass. Things would get sketchy after this. YOU NEED TO GET RID OF THAT STEAM.

At a minimum, safety valves should open on the reactor or whatever else (coal fired boiler) to release the sudden steam pressure buildup resulting from the turbine steam not being needed anymore. If the system was infected with Stuxnet, (85 percent of our power generating facilities can be) and Stuxnet was programmed to over ride the emergency steam release valves as was the case at Fukushima, things WILL explode. Said explosions would not be minor. The worst possible case scenario would be a nuclear reactor which was running at full output suddenly not having it’s steam be needed anymore, be kept at full thermal output by a virus that also forces all the safety related equipment to not activate.

Clandestine military action is the only reason any thinking engineer would want to suggest acceptance of variances in the grid frequency. There is no possible way to derive any sort of benefit from not keeping the frequency dead on, as it has always been.

But it gets worse, even

Every motor powered device depends upon the grid frequency to regulate how hard it runs itself. All of the design characteristics involving material stress and current draw are centered around an always reliable 60 hz frequency. If the frequency was increased to 70 hz, swamp coolers would burn up from trying to run too fast, as would air conditioners, washing machines, ect. The amount they are talking about in the article would not be that high, but I believe it is the end goal and introducing the concept of tampering with the frequency is like a toe dip to see if there are any pihranas out in the public sphere to look out for while they slowly weaponize the power grid. I will happily provide the first bite. What if they choose 90 hz? 100hz? Not much would survive that, and whatever did would not be the same anymore. Welcome to the third world.

Here is a great quote to rip, this is an outright lie

Some parts of the grid, like in the East, tend to run faster than others. Errors add up. If the grid averages just over 60 cycles a second, clocks that rely on the grid will gain 14 seconds per day, according to the company’s presentation.”

There is zero frequency variation on the grid between east and west coasts. It is physically impossible for them to vary by even 1/10th of a cycle (1/600th of a second) per year. ANY drift will cause immediate phase cancellation with other parts of the grid resulting in immediate grid failure. The entire grid HAS TO go up or down SIMULTANEOUSLY. There is NO SUCH THING as a frequency variation in relation to another connected area.

This entire report is such a bold faced stream of BS and lies, I am blown away to think they would ever consider trying. This is downright brazen

I know many readers believe the end is near for this nation. Proposals like this prove it. Even worse is the attitude of AP. Did they not consult anyone who actually knew what this would do, other than the enemy? Are THEY the enemy?

They will do this if we do not speak up. If you want this nation to have a future, I strongly suggest you make it perfectly clear that the GRID IS NOT TO BE TAMPERED WITH.


These comments are in response to people who e-mailed me telling me the grid was now running DC, which would, if true, make my main premise irrelevant.

My response follows

I know that on many of the big transmission lines they are indeed using DC on VERY LONG RUNS of 400 miles or more because it allows higher RMS throughput and minimizes inductive losses, but it is not always the case. None of the big lines in my area are that way, and AC distribution is still so predominant that playing with frequencies on a grid as great as ours is the equivalent of handing a ferarri over to a tinkering teenager. I will not budge on my major premise, that phase conflict issues will indeed force the grid to operate in isolated pockets if an experiment with different AC frequencies is allowed, and that anyone who is suggesting it should be allowed to run with frequency variations should be the subject of GREAT scrutiny and suspicion.

How much of the grid, exactly, uses DC/inverter arrangements? VERY LITTLE. And it is ALL on remotely situated lines of enormous length. You will find few of these types of lines if ANY east of the Rockies. These are mostly in the desert southwest. East of the rockies, where long runs are not needed, whether or not DC will save you money has to be calculated against cost of equipment and losses of power in that equipment. Rectifiers and inverters do not run with perfect efficiency, there are losses and if those losses add up to more than what the AC inductive losses over a stretch of line would be it makes no sense at all to use them. Furthermore, if an arc ever starts on a DC line, there HAS TO be a short power outage to extinguish it. AC lines self extinguish in one cycle automatically.

Despite a few people saying DC makes my suspicions irrelevant, upon checking for recent technology changes I found I am completely correct and I am not budging on my main premise – that there is no rational reason to tamper with the grid frequency.


Phasing is everything. Get more than 30 degrees before or behind the phase and you are toast. If you do not understand why frequency matters, stay off the subject. It’s not a matter of ideal or not ideal, it’s a matter of POOF!. You may think you are doing a service by going around telling people I am full of BS, but it is very common for electricians to not understand what functions frequency performs and it is beyond virtually all of them to understand that you cannot have two dominant frequencies from different sources on the same line without encountering severe problems.

Frequency matters a LOT MORE THAN VOLTAGE, INFINITELY MORE because excess voltage does not go on a continuously proceeding march forward. A high voltage on a line will stay where it is, but a different frequency will walk forward on a phase until it lands directly opposite. Things will trip out long before that happens. Any frequency deviation between two signal sources will put one source wave form negative to the other source positive very rapidly. A full phase misalignment will represent an RMS voltage difference between both sources that is TWICE the RMS voltage of each source if they are the same voltage to begin with, and they are 180 out from each other. Yes I know 3 phase is 120 degrees per phase but I was not all too excited about trying to explain three phase power in an article mostly read by people who do not deal with electricity.

I have seen countless electricians mistake harmonics for “frequency variation” and then run around saying the place runs on “70 HZ!”. Harmonics can be pesky, but they are NOT the root frequency, and if your meter is telling you there is 70 hz on a 60 hz line, there is either a severe overspeed on your generator or you are picking up a harmonic. Suspect a harmonic. Meters will often do that, and it has nothing to do with root frequency. Not understanding this is very common among average electricians.

My reference was for single phase AC because I did not want to try to explain 3 phase power to average people. My report was not written for electricians, it needs to hit the masses to make a difference.

I am dead right about inverted phases and frequency creep, interconnected systems have to hit the EXACT SAME FREQUENCY DEAD ON, even being off a fraction of a percent will quickly be the equivalent of shorting opposite phases.

Leading the phase and lagging the phase DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A FREQUENCY DIFFERENCE. Lots of places might try pushing the phase to get more power out or correct a lagging power factor. That is not the same thing as producing a different frequency altogether. That is something I did not put in the report because it is far too complex for average people but I know there are plenty of electricians out there who actually think that pushing the phase requires you to run at a higher frequency; it does not. It changes the shape of the ouput wave form unless too many power facilities do it simultaneously, and then they all go up together, there is NEVER a “different” frequency on the grid in one location in relation to another. The entire premise of this report is that there can never be two different root frequencies present on the grid. It is not possible to have that happen, and if the East ever does run up to a different frequency it will require being disconnected from other parts of the grid which are running slower. On an interconnected grid that should not happen, it should all stay at the exact same frequency between interconnected regions. The AP report clearly states that they want DIFFERENT FREQUENCIES ON THE SAME GRID. THAT CANNOT HAPPEN UNLESS REGIONS ARE NOT CONNECTED.

I am sure there are a few who will comment about the fact that capacitors are used to correct a lagging power factor, but there are many ways to do it. Capacitors are ONE WAY to correct lagging power factors but when it comes to heavy duty correction, they are lacking compared to running a synchronous motor with an over excited field or a generator dedicated to pushing the lag forward. Linemen do not come across anything other than capacitors. There are other ways.

And even if short distribution lines were running isolated regions by inverter only, For what reason would we have to accept frequency inaccuracies amounting to 14 seconds a day? Cheap dollar store watches can hit that accuracy, so what plausible reason could be offered to support accepting it when any inverter used on a distribution line would cost hundreds of thousands of dollars? Can’t put a $30 part in it to keep the frequency to within a half second a day? HOGWASH! They ALL have the ability to output very accurately. Nowadays we should be demanding a MORE ACCURATE GRID FREQUENCY, if it could be done; IT CANNOT.

Don’t allow scammers to “fix” what is not broken!




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    This is exactly what I was saying about the national grid being sectioned off to possibly match those of the 10 FEMA regions: 
    And most recently, the National Defense Authorization Act, a defense spending action which is being used to coattail legislation which decimates all Constitutional checks and balances and leaves the door open for the government TO DECLARE **ANY REGION** they wish a “combat zone.”
    Source of Quote:
    12/1/11:  “When Governments Go Rogue”:


  2. TPR

    The original AP/Yahoo News article dated 6/24/11 re NERC messing around with the power grid frequencies was originally here, but the link has been dead for years already:

    Thankfully, Archive.org first saved a copy of it within five days, dated 6/29/11:

    “AP EXCLUSIVE: Power grid change may disrupt clocks”
    by SETH BORENSTEIN, AP Science Writer
    Fri Jun 24, 5:19 pm ET

    *WASHINGTON – A yearlong experiment with the nation’s electric grid could mess up traffic lights, security systems and some computers — and make plug-in clocks and appliances like programmable coffeemakers run up to 20 minutes fast.

    “A lot of people are going to have things break and they’re not going to know why,” said Demetrios Matsakis, head of the time service department at the U.S. Naval Observatory, one of two official timekeeping agencies in the federal government.

    Since 1930, electric clocks have kept time based on the rate of the electrical current that powers them. If the current slips off its usual rate, clocks run a little fast or slow. Power companies now take steps to correct it and keep the frequency of the current — and the time — as precise as possible.

    The group that oversees the U.S. power grid is proposing an experiment would allow more frequency variation than it does now without corrections, according to a company presentation obtained by The Associated Press.

    Officials say they want to try this to make the power supply more reliable, save money and reduce what may be needless efforts. The test is tentatively set to start in mid-July, but that could change.

    Tweaking the power grid’s frequency is expensive and takes a lot of effort, said Joe McClelland, head of electric reliability for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

    “Is anyone using the grid to keep track of time?” McClelland said. “Let’s see if anyone complains if we eliminate it.”

    No one is quite sure what will be affected. This won’t change the clocks in cellphones, GPS or even on computers, and it won’t have anything to do with official U.S. time or Internet time.

    But wall clocks and those on ovens and coffeemakers — anything that flashes “12:00” when it loses power — may be just a bit off every second, and that error can grow with time.

    It’s not easy figuring what will run fast and what won’t. For example, VCRs or DVRs that get their time from cable systems or the Internet probably won’t be affected, but those with clocks tied to the electric current will be off a bit, Matsakis said.

    This will be an interesting experiment to see how dependent our timekeeping is on the power grid, Matsakis said.

    The North American Electric Reliability Corp. runs the nation’s interlocking web of transmission lines and power plants. A June 14 company presentation spelled out the potential effects of the change: East Coast clocks may run as much as 20 minutes fast over a year, but West Coast clocks are only likely to be off by 8 minutes. In Texas, it’s only an expected speedup of 2 minutes.

    Some parts of the grid, like in the East, tend to run faster than others. Errors add up. If the grid averages just over 60 cycles a second, clocks that rely on the grid will gain 14 seconds per day, according to the company’s presentation.

    Spokeswoman Kimberly Mielcarek said the company is still discussing the test and gauging reactions to its proposal, and may delay the experiment a bit.

    Mielcarek said in an email that the change is about making the grid more reliable and that correcting the frequency for time deviations can cause other unnecessary problems for the grid. She wrote that any problems from the test are only possibilities.

    In the future, more use of renewable energy from the sun and wind will mean more variations in frequency on the grid, McClelland said. Solar and wind power can drop off the grid with momentary changes in weather. Correcting those deviations is expensive and requires instant backup power to be always at the ready, he said.

    The test makes sense and should not cause too much of a hassle for people, said Jay Apt, a business professor and director of the Electricity Industry Center at Carnegie Mellon University.

    But Tom O’Brian, who heads the time and frequency division at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, expects widespread effects.

    He said there are alternatives if people have problems from the test: The federal government provides the official time by telephone and on the Internet.*

    –Official U.S. government time: http://time.gov or call 202-762-1401
    –North American Electric Reliability Corporation: http://www.nerc.com/
    –(This version CORRECTS first name of Tom O’Brian)


    A copy is also still online at NewsMax:

    “Power Grid Change May Disrupt Traffic Lights, Computers”
    Friday, 24 Jun 2011 10:42 PM:


  3. TPR

    UPDATE 10/19/16: Tonight I was at YouTube to grab a iink for another Smart Grid video when I saw in the side-column this title, below. Since it mentioned the Power Grid, I listened (total 53 minutes). It just so happens, beginning at 15-20 minutes in, that they began discussing the above very same NERC article re messing around with the Power Grid frequencies! How about that, a whole five years later I accidentally find someone else talking about it, lol!

    “Rosalind Peterson: Smart Meters and Power Grid Testing”:

    Partial Video Description from YouTube:
    Uploaded on Sep 21, 2011:
    Second hour of a special broadcast from July 18, 2011 of Living Light with Michael Edward, with guest Rosalind Peterson of the Agriculture Defense Coalition (http://agriculturedefensecoalition.org) and California Skywatch (http://californiaskywatch.com)!

    The interviewer, Michael Edward, was very suspicious regarding WHY NERC wanted to mess with the frequencies & wondered if they were going to divide up the Grid into REGIONS. Ditto, same thing I thought from Day-1. Whether NERC ever really carried out the “year long tests,” I do not know. The AP/Yahoo News article above said it could be delayed, etc.

    Edward stressed re NERC being an uknown entity. However, there was a listing at Wiki about NERC that I found back in 2011. To repeat from my post further above:

    NERC: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_Electric_Reliability_Corporation
    The North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), a nonprofit corporation based in Atlanta, GA, was formed on March 28, 2006, as the successor to the North American Electric Reliability Council (also known as NERC). The original NERC was formed on June 1, 1968, by the electric utility industry to promote the reliability and adequacy of bulk power transmission in the electric utility systems of North America. NERC’s mission states that it is to “ensure that the bulk power system in North America is reliable.” )

    It appears they merely morphed themselves from a COUNCIL into a CORPORATION, a non-profit one. Maybe there is more “legal protection” as a “corporation” than a “council”(?), especially since the year they remade themselves (2006) was about the SAME TIME that the newer, more deadly AMI Smart Meter “deployments” began to ramp up into a higher gear!


  4. TPR

    Update 10/31/16: Interesting section, below, from an email dated today from G. Edward Griffin re our ongoing subject/suspicions of our Nation &/or its Power Grid being turned into REGIONS &/or Regional Grids.

    It’s no surprise that the “Global Warming” fraud would be involved (since that is ONE of the reasons for the horror known as the “Smart Grid”). But what is NEW to me is that they are using the Native American Indians as pawns in the scam.

    From: “G. Edward Griffin”
    Subject: Native Americans – pawns in the global-warming game
    Date: October 31, 2016 8:02:35 AM EST

    *2016 October 31 from G. Edward Griffin

    Native Americans pawns in the global-warming game*

    New speaker confirmed for myth-breaking event. Elaine Willman has been added to the lineup of speakers at the upcoming 3rd Congress of Freedom Force International. It will be a gathering of world experts who will shatter the myth of global-warming.

    Elaine will show how native Americans are being used as pawns on the chessboard of environmentalism to break the United States into regions structured around lands originally occupied by different native-American tribes. Eventually, these regions are to be recognized by the UN as sovereign states and are to replace the present structure of a single nation called America.

    What has this to do with global warming?

    The answer is that the building of global government today is promoted as an environmental necessity, and that argument rests almost entirely on the myth of global warming. Elaine will show that the dismantling of America is an important part of this mindset. Elaine Willman is co-author of Going to Pieces; The Dismantling of the United States, a report on how the US government is funding the rise of tribalism in a strategy to reorganize local political subdivisions into regional governments eventually to be recognized by the UN as sovereign states.

    Elaine is of Cherokee lineage and has worked most of her adult life with tribal leaders to protect the rights of native-Americans. Now she is equally active in protecting the rights of non-tribal citizens from tribal-government overreach and loss of American sovereignty.

    The 3rd Congress of Freedom Force International will be convened in Phoenix, Arizona, on December 2, 3 & 4, 2016. It will be a gathering of world experts who will shatter the myth of global-warming. You are invited.

    Learn more about that seminar here:


  5. TPR

    Feds want Congress to “MODIFY NERC-PROPOSED RELIABILITY STANDARDS”! From a comment posted under this article:

    “Smart Meter Deployments Result in a Cyber Attack Surface of ‘Unprecedented Scale'”
    January 7, 2017
    by K.T. Weaver, SkyVision Solutions:

    January 7, 2017 at 10:44:
    …in the Second QUADRENNIAL Report, here
    https://energy.gov/epsa/downloads/quadrennial-energy-review-second-installment They [Feds] have now declared the electric grid a national security asset. And the Fed’s will need to take more control to protect it.

    TPR: Hmm, would that be anything like DHS recently “taking control” of elections due to the fraud-story known as “Russian hacking”? SMH! Regarding that, see here: https://www.dhs.gov/news/2017/01/06/statement-secretary-johnson-designation-election-infrastructure-critical
    –Back to the GRID comment…

    “Amend Federal Power Act authorities to reflect the national security importance of the Nation’s electric grid. … to protect critical electric infrastructure from cyber attacks, physical incidents, EMPs, or geomagnetic storms.
    “Federal authorities should include the ability to address two-way flows that create vulnerabilities across the entire system. DOE should be supported in its development of exercises and its facilitation of the penetration testing necessary to fulfill FAST Act emergency authorities.

    TPR: Bigger Hmm… Whenever you hear about “EXERCISES,” you can bet your booties that those EXERCISES will eventually be used as a DISGUISE, ie, as a “COVER” for a FAKE “HACK,” or FAKE “ATTACK,” or a FAKE “DISASTER” of the Grid of some sort, & will be blamed on a “foreign terrorist” or “domestic terrorist,” or whomever the “DEEP STATE” wants to DEMONIZE at any given date & time. It could be you or me, even. [Yes, bloggers are also the new “domestic terrorists”!] They could even blame it on “All those nutty Anti-Smart-Meter people who think EMFs are harmful!” I can see the puppet-talking-heads on TV News spouting that very thing, since they all read from the same “script”!
    –As for “two-way flows that create vulnerabilities,” the only 2-way flows that I am current-ly aware of are:
    –(1) Power goes out from a Substation & is supposed to “flow back to it” via a Return Wire, but the Utilities are often too cheap to provide that, so they stick a rod in the ground & allow ELECTRICAL CURRENT to run along the ground — aka “Stray Voltage” aka “Ground Current” — until it finds its way back to the Substation. That is already a DANGEROUS situation because that current can find its way to your water pipes & come up into your house via the pipes & spew all across your floor. This YouTube video will tell you how to fix that problem:
    youtube. com/watch?v=U2iejrZsXkM
    –(2) TWO-WAY SMART METERS which “flow” RADIATION in two directions, inside your house & back out to the utility; so they could be “hacked” coming or going. Whenever the big FAKE “hacking” occurs, it WON’T BE THE RUSSIANS. It will be from those ON THE INSIDE of the GOVT. & all its associated evil Black Op shenanigans.
    –As for “penetration testing,” would that be anything like “penetrating” the NEW ORLEANS LEVEES with BOMBS during Hurricane Katrina in order to FORCE A FLOOD so they could DESTROY the parts of New Orleans they no longer wanted to exist & to force all the residents [CITIZEN REFUGEES] to MOVE ELSEWHERE?
    –Either/And/Or… the day the GRID gets “hacked,” “attacked” or “bombed” or whatever, you’ll know you have been forewarned. THEY ALWAYS SIGNAL IN ADVANCE. As a matter of fact, they have been SO CONSISTENT with how they play this game, and repeatedly at that, that it is ridiculously simple to figure it out.
    –Back to the GRID/NERC comment/info…

    “In the area of cybersecurity, Congress should provide FERC with authority to modify NERC-proposed reliability standards — or to promulgate new standards directly … This narrow expansion of FERC’s authority … maintain the productive NERC -FERC structure for developing and enforcing reliability standards…”
    End of Comment Excerpts.

    TPR: Whatcha’Wanna’Bet that, when all is said & done, either the Feds/Congress/FERC will decide that in order to ensure the safest “NERC reliability standards,” that the best way to do that would be to CHOP UP THE GRID INTO REGIONS. They will say a BIG Nationwide GRID is too vulnerable & that “Smaller Is Better,” region-by-region!

    Oh, & don’t you just love how they squeezed in that this would be a teeny weeny “NARROW Expansion” of “FERC’s Autority”? Yeah, sure, buddy! Whatever you say.


  6. TPR


    “The department explained just how big the United States power grid is: The US has 7,700 power plants and 55,800 substations. Some 707,000 miles of high-voltage lines that link the two, and then an additional 6.5 million miles of local lines spread out from the substations.”

    Pretty big!


  7. TPR


    Dear Utility Customer:

    We are sorry to have to inform you, but the Fed’s FERC along with NERC have decided that the Power Grid should be closed Every Weekend, Saturday & Sunday, & Every Federal Holiday since those are the days most likely to entice “cyber attacks” &/or “physical incidents.”

    At some point in the future, we may also consider closing the Grid on Full Moons as well.

    Other days the Power Grid may be closed will be whenever there is a “Russian” EMP attack on the USA, &/or “geomagnetic storms.”

    Please prepare yourselves accordingly.
    –Do not respond to this message.
    –Do not call. Our phones will not be manned during Grid OFF times.
    –Do not stock up on food due to weekends/holidays without refrigeration (but we’ve been wanting to ration food to you for a long time anyway). Have a weenie roast in the backyard instead.
    –Preserve your hot water for weekend baths only. We suggest getting a big metal bucket as seen in old TV Westerns.
    –Driving will not be allowed during Grid Down-times since, obviously, there will be no traffic lights.
    –Curfews will be enacted on weekends/holidays since there will be no street lights; & don’t bother stopping for gas since the pumps will be shut OFF. Ditto Malls, etc.
    –Familiarize yourself with your local library (which we cleaned out a long time ago; google for Jim Stone’s article re Libraries) for some nice benign reading material on the weekends.
    –Get more sleep on the weekends/holidays. It’ll make you a better worker-bee during Grid ON Days.
    –Invest in a manual lawnmower for weekend yard work, but don’t plan on showering afterward.
    –Stock up on candles. Your cellphones will only last as long as the last battery charge so you could use that as a light fixture; but it won’t have any cellular service during Grid OFF times. Take all your Selfies in advance.
    –Be creative. We’re sure you’ll be all right.
    –The Good News is, we will also be shutting down our Wide Area SmartGrid Network during Grid OFF Days, so you will get a break from the 24/7/365 household radiation. Try to make the best of it while you can!

    Your Local Utility President & CEO
    John D. Transient
    Lodge Member 666
    “First Come First Served: Since we work at the Utility & run the joint, we’ll be storing up all that Extra Energy for ourselves. Did you think otherwise?! ;D ;D ;D”


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