5G Streetlights Causing Mysterious Ailments?

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  1. nivek

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    This is going around social media referencing 5G technology...:ohmy8:

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  2. Standingstones

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    When are the implant devices coming??
     
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    5G mobile networks could wreck weather forecasts by disrupting the satellites used to predict major storms

    The 5G network could disrupt satellite instruments used to detect water vapour, they warned, possibly leading to faulty weather forecasts, poorer storm warnings and loss of life.

    Experts in the US have already reported problems, after the country sold the rights to frequencies near 23.8 gigahertz, which is used to detect water vapour.

    Neils Bormann, from Reading-based European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, told The Observer the way 5G is being rolled out 'would compromise our ability to make accurate weather forecast'.

    'Such data is critical to our ability to make forecasts. They are a unique natural resource, and if we lose this capability, weather forecasts will get significantly worse.'

    When water vapour is measured on 23.8 gigahertz, it is used to work out how a storm will develop. If 5G transmits on a similar frequency, appearing like the vapour in the atmosphere, it makes the data redundant.

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  4. Niku120

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    they will be able to downlaod in your brain and reprogram you once 5G coverage is complete and BCI is perfected - people will want BCI tech like they do mobile phones - then its all over for 90% of pop.
     
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  5. nivek

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    Here's a comment on twitter in regard to your post...

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  6. Niku120

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    exactly - the pop. will be obedient drones given just enough freedom thinking they still have free will - nope nada toooooooo late once you plug in they got u!
     
  7. Double Nought Spy

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    "The medium is the message."

    You youngsters might have to look it up.
     
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  8. Standingstones

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    When I read of people who would allow a microchip to be implanted in their body, I know the end of civilization isn’t too far off.
     
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  9. spacecase0

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    there is some short film on the topic of brain linked networks and why someone would join
    went looking for it and just can't find it at all
    saw it on netflix a while ago
    anyway...
    I bet most people join because choices are just to stressful for them

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    found it
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    Its astonishing to me that people are so willing to give in to this type of technology without a thought to its implications or the situation it could put that individual into...

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  12. nivek

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    Keep fighting the good fight...

    Communities Are Fighting 5G, Permit by Permit

    As soon as the first 5G poles went up, the residents of Upper Cole Valley wanted them down.

    Later, residents would take issue with the notice that informed the community of plans to install 5G wireless internet equipment—they say it was “poorly affixed to the single pole,” allowing it to either fall off or be blown off; and that San Francisco’s Public Works Department didn’t give them enough time to weigh in on the process.

    But adequate warning or not, when Sprint mobile vendor Mobilitie came to the San Francisco neighborhood hawking super-fast internet service, residents had more fundamental concerns.

    “Our Upper Cole Valley … neighborhood would suffer harm if the large pole-borne equipment box is installed, on an even taller pole, directly in front of our Excellent Views,” read a complaint from a group of more than 100 residents, which they submitted to the DPW in the hopes of getting Mobilitie’s permit denied. “This indeed ‘detract(s) from the streetscape… that defines (this) individual neighborhood’ and that would adversely affect our home’s and our neighborhood’s … value.”

    The city ended up rejecting this appeal and others like it. For now, at least, the 5G network is there to stay in Cole Valley. But the neighborhood’s concerns are echoed in cities across the country.

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