Within a half mile.. it's basically a giant vacation community for them and their family and friends. I could tell you more over PM. Dont want to disclose too much publicly
I'm glad you said this. The 5G argument is a compelling alternative, but I do believe that theory is just another way to distract and fear-monger in another way.RE: 5G - Killing the bee's and the birds?
5G almost certainly has health effects, but I believe focusing on that is a red herring, especially when stating that it's directly causing coronavirus symptoms.
The purpose of 5G would more logically be needed to upgrade bandwidth and network power to handle the massive increase in population surveillance in the name of protecting the public from the virus.
Yeah, 5g doesn't travel far, so they need to build loads of emitters at a short distance of each other (one "5g tower" every 1-2 city blocks). That's why they put them in traffic lights and street lamps. Cities will be a minefield quickly, especially downtown areas, but in more remote regions you'll be safe for a while. It's just not feasible to roll it out there quickly based on how many emitters are required.OK, are the 5G waves hampered by obstructing parts of the landscape like forests and buildings?