Opus LIVE with Mik Mann: Smart Meters, Outdoor Grow Tips and More

CANNABIS CULTURE – Cannabis activist and BC Marijuana Party candidate Mik Mann (also known as Opus) presents his LIVE show on the Pot TV Network. In this episode: Smart meters, outdoor grow tips and more.

This week’s topics include: How to stop BC Hydro from putting a smart meter on your home, the US government cutting all TV and radio this November 9th for a nationwide test of the emergency alert system.

Also on the show: Margret Wente – Canada’s prohibitionist spin doctor, an Occupy Wall Street update, plus outdoor grow tips and more!

We will also be taking questions from the live chat room. Go to the Pot TV Livestream page to join the chat.


See past episodes of Opus LIVE with Mik Mann

Opus LIVE is broadcast every Monday at 3pm Pacific time and covers the latest news from the cannabis activism community.

Known for his work with the BC Marijuana Party, Mik Mann is a licensed medical marijuana grower from Vancouver Island and founder of Opus Farms. He is a regular contributor to Cannabis Culture – check out his CC Blog, read an article about his trip to Jamaica, or find him in the news.

On the show:

NYPD cop records evidence of quotas–Retaliation

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1 Comment

  1. Anonymous on

    I would like to watch these shows but if they are spreading wrong information then how can these shows help our activism?

    In particular I coulnd’t get through the first 5 minutes of this because of the talk about electromagnetic radiation being harmful even though pretty much all studies say otherwise:

    From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_electronic_devices_and_health

    “They have stated that although extensive research has been conducted into possible health effects of exposure to many parts of the frequency spectrum, all reviews conducted so far have indicated that exposures are below the limits recommended in the ICNIRP (1998) EMF guidelines, covering the full frequency range from 0–300 GHz, and do not produce any known adverse health effect.”

    I understand that smart meters have the potential to hurt indoor growers but that doesn’t mean we should oppose the newer faster more efficient smart meters then the old mechanical meters that we use now that require people to burn fossil fuels to come check.