The 5G thread

scotian

Crow
Gold Member
RE: No escape from 5G radiation: 20,000 satellites will coat the world in 5G

I work with ionizing gamma radiation on a regular basis, usually Iridium-192 but sometimes Cobalt-60, according to my dosimeter I’m wearing right now I’ve absorbed 2 milirems of radiation so far tonight at the refinery. Anyway, I was under the impression that non-ionizing, soft/long radiowaves weren’t hazardous to human health.
 
RE: No escape from 5G radiation: 20,000 satellites will coat the world in 5G

5g is the minimum needed for autonomous robots to communicate and receive cordless energy. All part of the plan
 

Borges

Robin
Gold Member
RE: No escape from 5G radiation: 20,000 satellites will coat the world in 5G

The masses will not protest this as long as it amounts to better reception. That's what the world cares about: high speed mobile Internet available across the board for Instagram thots to post selfies uninterruptedly.
 

Foolsgo1d

Peacock
RE: No escape from 5G radiation: 20,000 satellites will coat the world in 5G

Conspiracies aside they are pushing it across all avenues for some reason. One reason I did read and was credible is the use of the next Gen military tech requiring it. However reading up on how weak the signal is and you need a lot of towers that reason sounded suspicious.
 

Mr. D

Pelican
Gold Member
RE: No escape from 5G radiation: 20,000 satellites will coat the world in 5G

Might as well invest in tinfoil and lead lining...
 

DamienCasanova

Ostrich
Gold Member
RE: No escape from 5G radiation: 20,000 satellites will coat the world in 5G

Mr. D said:
Might as well invest in tinfoil and lead lining...



Like Anonymous Conservative says

"I am more curious if you could rig the multiple emitter’s emissions , both terrestrial and satellite, to create a “node” of constructively interfering waves in a specific spot in somebody’s house, like in their bed, while they sleep at night. I will bet it was already worked out, and if it wasn’t somebody is looking at it right now."
 

hedonist

Woodpecker
RE: No escape from 5G radiation: 20,000 satellites will coat the world in 5G

This was an interesting case with Breast Cancer in Australia
https://www.smh.com.au/national/breast-cancer-at-abc-still-a-mystery-20070319-31o.html

The ABC says further tests on its Brisbane studios shed no light on the breast cancer cluster which forced their abandonment.

ABC staff left the ageing site at Toowong, in the city's inner-west, shortly before Christmas last year after an independent panel of experts headed by Professor Bruce Armstrong found the breast cancer rate there was up to 11 times higher than among the general working community.

Twelve women who worked at the riverside Toowong office have been diagnosed with breast cancer in the past 11 years, including eight who work in the newsroom.

ABC managing director Mark Scott said the panel had delivered a further report following testing of exposure to power-frequency magnetic fields in the ABC TV building at Toowong.

Mr Scott said the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) had found there was little to link it to any greater health risk than other sites.
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"We conclude from these comparisons that exposure to low frequency electromagnetic fields, including extremely low power frequency fields (ELF), of staff working in the TV building at Toowong is very unlikely to have been materially different from what is common in residences and probably workplaces in Australia," the report said.
 

heavy

Hummingbird
Gold Member
RE: No escape from 5G radiation: 20,000 satellites will coat the world in 5G

Paracelsus said:
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And that's just Jeb Bush low-energy photons in the visible range or maybe the ultraviolet range.
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:laugh:
 
RE: No escape from 5G radiation: 20,000 satellites will coat the world in 5G

Luther said:
“On the local news some dumb bitch managed to give herself a third degree burn falling asleep with the AC adapter from her phone sitting on her arm. How you don't wake up to something like that is beyond me.”

BortimusPrime, I once came home from work, threw some wood on a fire in a wood stove and laid down on the floor in front of it. I immediately fell asleep. My torso was right in front of the stove and when I woke up I found that my metal button on my jeans had heated up so hot that it burned a little circle into my abdomen. I didn’t wake up either.

This girl burned herself down to the adipose tissue though, the doctor had to basically just sew her skin back together from the edges of the burn.
 

questor70

Ostrich
RE: No escape from 5G radiation: 20,000 satellites will coat the world in 5G

"What I want to know is why telecoms are investing massively into this."

The same reason they invested in 4G, or 3G before that, or 2G. People want more speed from their primary communication device, which is now smart-phones rather than desktops or laptops. But wireless tech has always lagged behind wires.
 

Easy_C

Crow
RE: No escape from 5G radiation: 20,000 satellites will coat the world in 5G

questor70 said:
"What I want to know is why telecoms are investing massively into this."

The same reason they invested in 4G, or 3G before that, or 2G. People want more speed from their primary communication device, which is now smart-phones rather than desktops or laptops. But wireless tech has always lagged behind wires.

But are they? 4G LTE is more than fast enough to stream Youtube videos when it is working at full coverage. That's about all you need because you simply can't consume content any faster than that. The limitation is usually the phone at that point.
 

Avoy

 
RE: No escape from 5G radiation: 20,000 satellites will coat the world in 5G

Admittedly, I'm a little concerned about this (and air pollution) as well. I've realized my quality of sleep is majorly impacted by living in a big city. The condo tower I'm currently living in shows 25+ Wi-Fi access points that I can connect to and who knows how many cell towers are nearby in this tech-heavy city. The difference between my quality of sleep here versus when I stay in a low-tech country like Laos is significant. I sleep like a baby over there and feel a general calm that's hard to describe -- something similar to how you feel when you go out a ways for a camping trip.
 

Repo

Hummingbird
RE: No escape from 5G radiation: 20,000 satellites will coat the world in 5G

Easy_C said:
questor70 said:
"What I want to know is why telecoms are investing massively into this."

The same reason they invested in 4G, or 3G before that, or 2G. People want more speed from their primary communication device, which is now smart-phones rather than desktops or laptops. But wireless tech has always lagged behind wires.

But are they? 4G LTE is more than fast enough to stream Youtube videos when it is working at full coverage. That's about all you need because you simply can't consume content any faster than that. The limitation is usually the phone at that point.

4g LTE isnt fast enough to consume 4k (which will soon be obsolete). Wether for movies, higher definition video calls, higher definition audio, or even for work related things, there are tons of uses for faster speed.
 

Foolsgo1d

Peacock
RE: No escape from 5G radiation: 20,000 satellites will coat the world in 5G

Avoy said:
Admittedly, I'm a little concerned about this (and air pollution) as well. I've realized my quality of sleep is majorly impacted by living in a big city. The condo tower I'm currently living in shows 25+ Wi-Fi access points that I can connect to and who knows how many cell towers are nearby in this tech-heavy city. The difference between my quality of sleep here versus when I stay in a low-tech country like Laos is significant. I sleep like a baby over there and feel a general calm that's hard to describe -- something similar to how you feel when you go out a ways for a camping trip.

Wouldn't there be other factors outside of wifi? Being in a densely populated area can be stressful and leads you to be switched on more than normal. Camping requires a lot more energy than simply being awake and working unless you do manual labour.
 

Mage

 
RE: No escape from 5G radiation: 20,000 satellites will coat the world in 5G

I don't even understand why is this 5G thing needed. Isn't our internet already lighting fast? I can download a movie wireless in under a minute, I can speak with another person who is on another side of the planet with no lag in real time and send pics.

Why do we need to have this super speed without proper safety checks?

Maybe there is no need for concern - but it seems telecom companies are bad at addressing this. They are so arrogant by promoting this without answers to concerns, only answers being calling everyone concerned a conspiracy theorist, equating them to a flat earth believer?

Sooner or later this company unaccountably towards people's concerns is poised to lead to a release of technology that will result in global health tragedy, will it be 5G or something else, we will not know until after it is too late.

Repo said:
4g LTE isnt fast enough to consume 4k (which will soon be obsolete). Wether for movies, higher definition video calls, higher definition audio, or even for work related things, there are tons of uses for faster speed.

When a person uses a word - obsolete - then you know he is brainwashed.

It's so funny when someone says that 4k is obsolete when most people still use 720 or 1080. Only techno-soy-homos who's life goal is to be at the top consumerism generation say and think like that.

Is bow and arrows obsolete? Well yeah modern military uses machine guns and even more modern tech, but guess what - you can still kill a person with a bow and arrows. All that talk about it being obsolete would fade out once you got one with adequate draw-strength pointed at you. You will not shit talk it being obsolete. You will not shit talk even kitchen knife being obsolete if you get attacked by it.

Is 720, 1080 or 4k obsolete? As long as it can convey the message intended on that video it is not.

I know some selfmade company directors - young about 30-40 years old who still use dumb-phones. They have soyboys with latest iphones and Samsung Galaxies working for them, making fun about older people using phones with physical buttons, until they see their boss still is using one.

Stupid consumerist fools. Nothing is obsolete as long as it works. Being alienated from simple tech, that is easily maintained and repaired and is effective and cheap and forcing endless useless gadgets on you is how you get trapped in consumerism and inability to exist outside of matrix.
 

Avoy

 
RE: No escape from 5G radiation: 20,000 satellites will coat the world in 5G

Foolsgo1d said:
Avoy said:
Admittedly, I'm a little concerned about this (and air pollution) as well. I've realized my quality of sleep is majorly impacted by living in a big city. The condo tower I'm currently living in shows 25+ Wi-Fi access points that I can connect to and who knows how many cell towers are nearby in this tech-heavy city. The difference between my quality of sleep here versus when I stay in a low-tech country like Laos is significant. I sleep like a baby over there and feel a general calm that's hard to describe -- something similar to how you feel when you go out a ways for a camping trip.

Wouldn't there be other factors outside of wifi? Being in a densely populated area can be stressful and leads you to be switched on more than normal. Camping requires a lot more energy than simply being awake and working unless you do manual labour.

I think there's something to it. I've flown to Vientiane, the capital of Laos, several times this past year from Bangkok. It's about an hour flight away. And every time I touch down there's an immediate detox feeling. I also thought maybe it was because there was less noise and people running around, but my sleep quality and general state of being is noticeably better every time I visit for a few days. I comment on this to my friends every time. That's why I say it's hard to explain. But you get this sense of well-being and calmness indoors or outdoors even in the city center where I usually stay.

Factors in Vientiane's favor:
- Low population for a city capital
- Street noise is nearly non-existent, to the point of boring
- Far cleaner air than Bangkok
- Low-tech: many own smartphones, but few have computers or Wi-Fi at home -- there are only a few cell providers and high-speed internet is a luxury even in hotels
 
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