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Welcome to the 5G
#1
The question you'll be asking very soon is,,,,,,, Have You Had Your Daily Dose of Radiation Today?
My husband head from a friend still in the Spook Business that the 5G tower system will help the Elites communicate with each other and the Military when Planet "X" passed by in December of this year or next and for about 155 days to 200 days there is Total Chaos above ground.
The extra Radiation from the 5G towers will also help weaken the immune system of healthier above ground survivors.  So the Elites have just a few manageable Slave left to deal with.
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#2
I have studied this subject a lot( thanks to MW) and for me 5G is on the same level as lead in fuel. It took years to get the lead out of fuel, but the interesting bit is that they knew it was dangerous  but used it anyway because they made more money. I believe its the same with 5G, its about money, and if im honest, something much more evil
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#3
There used to be a time when what is written below would be deemed a warning of a product, today it's
just said without any alarming Government response.

"...5G is certainly the future and we are going to see blazing fast internet speeds on our mobile devices
hopefully somewhere along 2020. The improvement in connectivity is indeed going to improve our lives,
but likely at the expense of our own health in the long run.

This advanced, but untested technology is fast approaching, and there is very little that we can do to stop
its widespread implementation. However, one thing that we all should do is understand EMFs better and
protect ourselves through proper choice of products.

Try limiting your EMF exposure through limited use of phones and smart devices.
If possible, avoid using 5G phones and device, or make use of radiation detectors to know whether you’re
near the high levels of EMFs..."
SOURCE:


And it seems the UK Government haven't dallied on implementing it.


Quote:O2 launches 5G network in five UK cities and Slough.

'O2 has switched on its 5G network, the last of the UK's mobile operators to do so.
The network will initially be available in five cities - Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Leeds and London.
The firm is targeting key locations such as stations, shopping centres and stadiums, including Twickenham
and Arsenal's Emirates ground.

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O2 envisages a 5G future of smart roads, drones, connected trainers and 'helper' robots.

It plans to offer 5G at the same price as 4G, although this will exclude the monthly handset cost.

Slough, the town where O2 is headquartered, will be the first non-city to benefit from 5G, with 14 other towns and
cities to follow this year. Mark Evans, chief executive of Telefónica UK, which owns O2, said: "We're launching with
a range of tariffs that make it easy and fair for customers to access 5G, with flexible plans that cost no more than 4G.

We're also switching on 5G in important parts of towns and cities first, places where it will benefit customers and
businesses most." O2 offers four 5G-enabled phones, four from Samsung and one from Xiaomi.

Business case
Vodafone and EE have already launched their 5G networks, and last week BT Mobile also put its service live,
piggy-backing off EE's network, which it owns. Three has launched a limited service in London, targeting homes.

Paolo Pescatore, a mobile analyst at PP Foresight, said he doubted the fact that O2 was the last to launch would
have a detrimental effect. But, he added, all the operators face a challenge. "All providers have now launched 5G,
but the key will be who can make money. This is where the opportunity resides to differentiate, and operators will
need to focus on enterprises.
"This will help O2 stand out as it has been working closely with numerous companies."

These include ITN, Samsung and Northumbrian Water Group, and, according to O2, will "demonstrate real-world 5G
use cases". Next year, when the new iPhone is launched with 5G support, will be a key year for the technology,
Mr Pescatore added.

While 5G is currently available in dozens of cities in the UK, coverage remains limited for the time being.
BT offers a 5G checker for people to see if it is available in their area...'
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Sylvia Browne was a famous psychic who said she couldn't see past the year 2023. She seemed to think it was because that's when human life ends on Planet Earth. 
I don't know about that, but it does appear the "elite" are doing everything in their power to kill us off.

When Donald Trump moves to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida I'll know the end is near. He said his resort is off limits for 5-G.  smallnotamused
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#5
Well, I've got my squirrel rifle all greased up and zeroed in, just waiting on them to start putting in the repeaters for the 5G around here, but so far nary a peep - and I've been watching! It'll probably go the way of the "high speed internet in underserved rural areas is imperative " plan. We're still waiting on that, years after the promise. Matter of fact, we're still waiting on Lyndon Johnson's "War on Poverty" to start - we've not heard the first shot in that war yet, 50 years on - and it was less than 50 miles from here where the asshole announced it!

My mobile provider has sent me several texts telling me "the network is changing and you'll need a new phone", but without any details on HOW the network is changing, so I have no idea what kind of new phone I'll need. All of their "helpful" suggestions are a) way too goddamned expensive to actually purchase - I pay less for my cars!, b) all seem to max out at 4G, with nary a mention of 5G capability, and c) seem to have no removable media support, which is a must in any phone I own, and especially at the prices they are charging!

So, from the looks of things, I will not have any phone service past next summer. I may have to rig out some VOIP and get a tethered phone, linked to my internet, but no longer mobile. I'm ok with that - at least I won't have to disable a bunch of useless crap and tracking stuff on a "device" masquerading as a telephone!

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#6
@Ninurta 
Yes, you'll be forced to upgrade to a 4G cell phone, my husband has a friend who has had a 3G flip phone for years and he got the best cell service, in place we couldn't get cell service while out hunting.

Now he is not Happy at all, still has a flip phone but it is 4G and He Hates it!
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#7
Digging through the rubble that the 5G rollout is leaving behind, I've learned a couple of things. The wavelength of 5G is a millimeter wavelength as opposed to a micrometer wavelength for microwaves. Due to the wavelength, 5G signals will only propagate for a few hundred meters, and cannot penetrate very much mass at all. In order to combat that, they are pumping up the power to squeeze out more range, which is bad as it sometimes exceeds the maximum safe RF exposures set by various governments, especially as you get closer to the emitter antenna.

Furthermore - and this is a biggie - the signal can be made directional (as opposed to the current omnidirectional signals). "Omnidirectional" sends the signal out in all directions equally, but the 5G technology makes use of a "phased array" which is a cluster of antennae tuned to work together in such as way as to phase-shift the signal so that the peaks and valleys in the radio wave sometimes cancel one another and other times act to increase the amplitude (height of the waves, strength of the signal) by adding them together. This is done in a manner that makes the signal stronger in one direction than in any of the others, again to increase the signal reach and to deliver a stronger signal to the receiving device. This is a process called "beamforming", as it forms a directional beam of RF energy aimed at your phone - and stronger than normal at every point between your phone and the tower antenna along that beam.

Along that beam, the signal can ALSO exceed safe exposure limits.

So when the guy says in the video that 5G can target an individual, that is correct, although it is more correct to say it targets the individual's phone. The end result is the same - whomever is holding that phone to their head is also subject to that stronger beamed signal. The way to avoid YOU specifically being targeted is to not carry a 5G cell phone. They cannot target the cell phone owner without the presence of the cell phone, as the signal needs that phone equipment to establish a location for targeting. Of more concern is intercepting OTHER beams, meant for other people. You cannot see the signals, and therefore have no idea when you are walking through the hot zone of one.

The solution is to disable the transmitters within a few hundred yards of yourself, which may be impractical if you travel much.


What kind of siding is on your house? What kind of roof? The slabs of insulation covered in shiny mylar used in a lot of construction between the house wall and the siding of the house should block the signals like putting a tinfoil hat on your whole house. In my case, I also have a tin roof which will block them as well, and a layer of mylar-coated insulation on the floor of the attic for added measure. That's why I have to go outdoors to get a cell signal, even now. Plus, in my case, the mountains themselves block most signals...

... which is why I have to take out the repeaters if I see them going in.


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(10-18-2019, 01:16 AM)guohua Wrote: @Ninurta 
Yes, you'll be forced to upgrade to a 4G cell phone, my husband has a friend who has had a 3G flip phone for years and he got the best cell service, in place we couldn't get cell service while out hunting.

Now he is not Happy at all, still has a flip phone but it is 4G and He Hates it!

"Forced to upgrade" is a relative concept. They cannot force me to spend money I don't need to spend in order to upgrade, so they are shit out of luck there. Until they GIVE the phones away (Obamaphone, anyone?) and REQUIRE everyone to have one, then they are again shit out of luck. AND, when that time comes, well, we'll just see how that goes for them...

... but until then, I can live like a cave man of the prehistoric 1990's, without a portable tracking device installed permanently in my hand or back pocket.

As an aside, the hospital we took Grace to for her surgery was a university hospital, a "training facility" for future medical personnel. While she was being operated on, I would occasionally go outside and walk around. I was amazed at the student body during class changes. It looked like a scene from the Walking Dead - all these kids shuffling along watching a little black box in their hand, oblivious to their surroundings.

That was spooky as hell.

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#9
First signs of illness from 5G have been reported...

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Quote:As soon as the antennas were installed, several residents and entire families in the heart of Geneva reported similar unusual symptoms of loud ringing in the ear, intense headaches, unbearable earaches, insomnia, chest pain, fatigue and not feeling well in the house. 29-year-old Geneva resident, Johan Perruchoud, called up Swisscom and was told that indeed the 5G cell towers were activated on the same day he began to feel the symptoms. When others called Swisscom they were told everything is legal and within guidelines.

Doctors have denounced 5G, but it falls on deaf ears.  Too much money to be made to worry about the harm it causes to people.
Wonder what will happen when there are no more people left to buy what they're selling?


Quote:Swiss Physician Denounces 5G and Calls for a 5G Moratorium

Dr. Bertrand Buchs, who has also called for a 5G moratorium, states he has seen more and more patients with similar symptoms. He notes, “In this case, our authorities are going against common sense … we risk experiencing a catastrophe in a few years… no serious study exists yet, which is not surprising when we know that this technology was developed in China, then to the United States. In Switzerland, we could open a line for people who feel bad, listen to these complaints and examine them. Our country has the means and the skills. The debate must be launched because the story is not about to end.”

There is much more coverage about 5G in this report.  CLICK HERE
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#10
Here's an odd article from a BBC's technology correspondent who presents a situation that normally, wouldn't
get into the 'ins-and-outs' of who the participants are.

In many instances, people are presented on media networks in a particular role -usually their 'day-job', but in reality,
they are activists who hold a personal belief that isn't displayed for reasons involving the perception of impartiality.

The essence of that non-disclosure is so that the wary reader and viewer doesn't sense a biased narrative, a twisted
opinion that hopefully leads the some reader to agreeing with the display of the discord. Most of the alphabet mediums
take part in this sort of dishonourable behaviour and these days, is a mainstay of Journalism.

But what if a narrative comes across your desk that goes against certain policies of that news-outlet? What if a decision
made by a group of people isn't in accord with the demands of forces from outside the general acceptance of what the
gate-keeping media allow?

Well, you divide the group and announce via word-smithing who is acceptable and who isn't. Tones of doubt are difficult
to display in text, but with a bit of work, a perception can be created that hopeful leaves the reader or viewer with the same
opinion that you've been shepherding them towards.

Visuals can also be beneficial in steering a person towards a chosen point of view. The weirder the image, the more the sense
that anyone against a proposal is 'kooky' or not normal.

If the ones protesting against something a collective don't like or doesn't want to happen, these protesters are hailed as
'whistle-blowers', if the result of a situation goes against the grain of your preferred point of view, the act of 'outing' these
people is called 'doxing'.

In this article, both deeds are performed and the headline says everything. Notice the smaller titles in the piece that separate
those who the BBC Reporter agrees with and who he deems are negative. Activists regularly appear on the many BBC news
programmes, but are often introduced as something other than a rabble-rouser.
I've even seen job-titles that are totally fictitious, but here, the word activist means 'spiritual nutcase' and is to be snorted at
for their silly beliefs. (Unless they have brown skin, of course).

This particular article was published in the early hours of 16th May 2020 and even though the same piece states the the
Council involved published its report 'last month', it's only surfaced on the BBC website today.

I would suggest that either something is coming down the UK Governmental pipeline regarding 5G or there's lazy journalism
afoot at the publicly-funded broadcaster. But the true reason, the real motive actually lies within the article and it's to do with
Leftist protectionism.

Jeremy Corbyn was the Labour Party Leader in the UK and after the devastating defeat in the 2019 General Election,
Mr. Corbyn stepped down from his role and now someone called Sir Keir Starmer is in charge of the Socialist Party.

In the piece below, the BBC show that Jeremy Corbyn's brother agreed with this so-called 'anti-5G' Somerset Council
and even shouted via a megaphone his disapproval of the nation's lock-down demands. Protest signs were seen with
negative slogans towards the 5G installation and that became 'problematic'!
So to make sure no negative shade could be cast on the ex-Labour Party leader and the in-house election of his successor,
the biased BBC waited.

They waited until the 'Coronavirus Says You're Released''mania was running before they dumped this piece on the site.

They couldn't hide it because of fallout from the Council's decision and ergo, strengthen the idea that the BBC were
implicit in assisting with the 5G go-ahead, so they placed it out to the public when concerns would be more in line with
the joy of being allowed out away from the usual media-driven virus fear-porn.
But... there's no conspiracy.
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Quote:Glastonbury 5G report 'hijacked by conspiracy theorists'

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'Last month, the town council of Glastonbury in Somerset published a report calling for a government inquiry into the safety
of 5G. It promised to oppose the rollout of the next-generation mobile networks in the town.
Now, three members of the group that produced the report have told the BBC they resigned because it was taken over by
anti-5G activists and "spiritual healers".

They fear it could lend credibility to conspiracy theories, such as 5G being linked to the spread of coronavirus.
"The whole thing was completely biased from the beginning," says Mark Swann, one of those who resigned
"Genuine scientific expertise has been scorned in favour of conspiracy and hearsay," wrote David Swain in his letter of
resignation.

What is 5G?
5G is the next generation of mobile phone technology. It promises faster downloads and increased capacity.
The radio waves involved in 5G - and the previous generation networks - sit on the low frequency end of the electromagnetic
spectrum.

Less powerful than visible light, they are not energetic enough to damage cells - unlike radiation at the higher frequency end
of the spectrum, which includes the sun's rays and medical x-rays.

The report, published after a six-month inquiry, said the council would oppose the rollout of 5G, while accepting it had no power
to halt it. Glastonbury's 5G Advisory Committee was made up of nine councillors, and nine local residents who responded to
adverts calling for people with relevant experience to help decide whether 5G was safe.

Expertise
Among the volunteers were:

Derek Cooper, a retired electronics engineer who had worked in the defence and aerospace industries
Carol Roberts, a molecular biologist working in the pharmaceuticals industry
Mark Swann, who has a physics degree
David Swain, a businessman and Conservative councillor in a neighbouring town
All four ended up resigning before the report was completed.

"I joined the working group in good faith, expecting to take part in a sensible discussion about 5G," says Mr Swann. "Sadly the
whole thing turned out to be a clueless pantomime driven by conspiracy theorists and sceptics." Mr Cooper reached the same
conclusion: "I worked out there were only four of us who were neutral. And the others were all absolutely against 5G, either
strongly or weakly."

Sceptics
Most of the evidence the committee heard was from witnesses who had stated their support for a moratorium on the rollout of 5G.
They included retired American professor Martin Pall, who in 2019 claimed that wireless networks would make all human beings
sterile if they were not switched off within two years.

Another witness was Dr Andrew Tresidder, a former GP whose website offers flower remedies and emotional healing.
His presentation focused on people claiming to suffer from "electromagnetic stress", which he said was often not taken seriously
by mainstream doctors.

Committee member Roy Procter, a spiritual healer who claims dowsing can heal "sick houses", also gave a presentation.
In the report, he speculates about a link between the coronavirus and 5G, and recommends that the council eliminate all wi-fi
connections.

The committee's chairman, Councillor Jon Cousins, told the BBC he strongly disagrees with the suggestion that the meetings
were biased towards pseudo-science. "Equal weight was given to all contributions," he says, adding that councillors "were able
to take into account the prejudice, predetermination and bias displayed on all sides of the argument".

In the report, Mr Cousins said Glastonbury had punched above its weight, and other councils had been in touch about its
recommendations. But both Mr Swann and Mr Cooper were particularly concerned about the role of an external member
of the committee.

Activist
Christopher Baker was instrumental in choosing witnesses to appear before the committee.
He also gave his own presentation in which he attacked the credibility of ICNIRP, the International Commission on Non-Ionizing
Radiation Protection, the body which sets the safety standards for mobile network emissions.

Mr Baker has campaigned against 5G across the south-west. Before the committee was formed, he had been lobbying Glastonbury
councillors to ban the technology. In a Facebook post in May 2019, he outlined his campaigning activities and bemoaned the lack of
support from residents.
"The only thing that is missing is the support from the community! I can't do this for you on my own, this is about you and for you,"
he said.

But in a YouTube video posted in July, he tells another anti-5G activist how he helped convince Glastonbury Town Council to get the
investigation underway. He encouraged others to organise local petitions. He has also appeared in videos alongside Mark Steele,
another anti-5G conspiracy theorist who claims the coronavirus is a hoax, and has posted videos of himself harassing telecoms
engineers.

Mr Cooper says the committee was supposed to be made up of people who lived in the area or had a business there. He complained
that Christopher Baker did not meet those requirements because he lived in Hampshire, which does not even border Somerset.
He resigned after the complaint was ignored, describing Mr Baker as a "semi-professional anti-5G activist".
He highlighted a video in which Mr Baker admitted some of his fuel costs were paid by a benefactor.

Mr Baker told the BBC it was true that he lived in Hampshire, but said he had long-term connections to Glastonbury, and in any case
other members of the committee were from outside the town. He admitted that he did receive some funding from a benefactor he
refused to name.

"I don't have a lot of money, and if I travel half-way up the country to give a presentation, the least I expect is someone to contribute something
towards my fuel bill." He said those who resigned from the committee were dismissive of the evidence, rude to witnesses such as Prof
Pall, and a disruptive force at the meetings.

Committee chair Jon Cousins agreed: "Some of the behaviours displayed by non-councillor members when they could not debate by
'reason' broke Glastonbury Town Council's code of conduct." This is strongly denied by Mark Swann and his colleagues.

'Hyper-sensitive'
The committee did hear evidence from Mobile UK, the mobile operators' trade body.
Its presentation was criticised by one member for being "glossy", and others alleged there was no attempt to answer questions.
Gareth Elliott of Mobile UK denied that: "We answered everything that was asked of us." However, he said it was a cordial meeting
and his organisation respected the views of the committee.

He recounts an incident where one committee member arrived late to a meeting. She said that although she was hyper-sensitive to
electromagnetic emissions, she deemed the meeting room to be safe. "It was then noted that a wi-fi router was operating and was 
n the room," he says.

Those who resigned from the committee say they are concerned about the reputation of Glastonbury.
Last month, Piers Corbyn - the brother of the former Labour leader - led an anti-lockdown protest in the town, where slogans against
5G were shouted.

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Piers Corbyn (pictured in 2019) has shared 5G conspiracy theories on Twitter.

Mr Swann says the atmosphere in the town has been tense lately and he is worried about the impact of the 5G report.
"This fallacious report severely damages Glastonbury's credibility," he says. "It undermines years of good work by well-meaning
councillors and leaves a dark shadow over the town's reputation."

But Councillor Jon Cousins rejects the idea that the report may have served to encourage the conspiracy theorists.
"Glastonbury Town Council's position and resolutions around 5G do not - and have never - suggested a link between 5G and Covid-19
or indeed that coronavirus is a hoax."

He says the council worked closely with Avon and Somerset Police to deal with last month's demonstration and breaches of social
distancing legislation...'
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I dont like 5g, but to say it has anything to do with the CCP virus is just harmful to finding out the truth. I wonder how long it will be before someone starts to blame 5G for the death of so many people of colour because of the virus.
What im saying is 5G must be investigated to prove its safe or not beyond any doubt but there can be no place for "nuts".
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(05-16-2020, 10:32 AM)BIAD Wrote:
Quote:What is 5G?
5G is the next generation of mobile phone technology. It promises faster downloads and increased capacity.
The radio waves involved in 5G - and the previous generation networks - sit on the low frequency end of the electromagnetic
spectrum.

Less powerful than visible light, they are not energetic enough to damage cells - unlike radiation at the higher frequency end
of the spectrum, which includes the sun's rays and medical x-rays.
BBC:

That right there is false information from the BBC. 5G runs on microwaves, which are SHORT waves (hence the "micro" bit). Shorter waves are HIGHER frequency, because, since the peak-to-peak length of the wave is shorter, more peaks pass a given point in a given unit of time. In other words, they pass more frequently - i.e. at a higher frequency.

Radar installations that can fry passing birds with a flash as well as that little box in my kitchen that I cook frozen burritos in both also work on microwaves - the key is in the power of the transmission. Microwaves that flash-fry stuff are pretty powerful. If they're not so powerful, they don't travel very far, which is why they are talking about putting 5G repeaters every 200 feet along roads to insure coverage.

X-rays, gamma rays, beta rays and alpha rays are "ionizing radiation", and it's the ionization that mucks up your cells. Microwaves muck up your cells by cooking them from the inside. I'm not sure the distinction is important to the mucked up cell, however.

Clearly the BBC has trouble with science and physics - but, if they had studied science, they probably wouldn't have gone into yellow journalism, now would they?

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(05-16-2020, 12:18 PM)Ninurta Wrote: That right there is false information from the BBC. 5G runs on microwaves, which are SHORT waves (hence the "micro" bit).
Shorter waves are HIGHER frequency, because, since the peak-to-peak length of the wave is shorter, more peaks pass a given point
in a given unit of time. In other words, they pass more frequently - i.e. at a higher frequency....

...Clearly the BBC has trouble with science and physics - but, if they had studied science, they probably wouldn't have gone into yellow
journalism, now would they?

Rory Cellan-Jones, BBC Technology Correspondent.
"..On 30 May 2019, following his presentation of the first BBC broadcast over a 5G network, Cellan-Jones announced via 
Twitter that he had been diagnosed with early Parkinson's disease, but that he intended to carry on as normal..."
source:

It ain't about science, it's about convincing people by using fancy words.
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