• What Do Crowd Control, Burning Skin, and Superbugs Have in Common? 5G

    What do crowd control, burning skin, your street corner, and Superbugs have in common? The short answer: 5G networks, which are coming to your town. 5G technology will make wireless networks capable of more data streaming at faster speeds because it uses a broader frequency spectrum, as explained here. Whereas current 4G networks use up to 6 GHz, 5G will use frequencies between 24 GHz and 100 GHz, known as millimeter-wave frequencies. This means that the dozens of small cell towers that will be installed in your neighborhood will be emanating millimeter waves. Also, consider this. The Department of Defense has developed a non-lethal crowd control device called the Active Denial System (ADS). The ADS works by firing a high-powered beam of 95 GHz waves at a target—that is, millimeter wavelengths. Anyone caught in the beam will feel like their skin is burning. The burning sensation stops once the target leaves the beam. So, what we’re talking about with 5G technology is being exposed to the same kind of waves day in and day out, only at a lower power than the ADS. Have safety studies confirmed that such exposure is safe? No.

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  • What Do Crowd Control, Burning Skin, and Superbugs Have in Common? 5G

    Good reminder article... But it's not shocking in the least.

    Seems like for every 'pound' of good our POTUS deploys - more whackos come out from everywhere & are intent on pushing untested, untried, under to none evaluated products, methods & into consumer midst...'Tons' at a time.

    And consumers -unreadable their transe gobble it up.

    Let's remember the microwave oven.

    Cool! It 'cooks' in seconds!

    And produces food which no longer has any value whatever, since it rapidly alters everything it 'cooks' into radiated mere look alike - killing all the goodness.

    THIS is shocking - people STILL use microwave ovens. RESTARAUNTS still use them too.

    After all these years and all the follow through of discovery of how & what microwaves do.

    So - new tech? Untried? No. Not shocking in the least.

    Most people just don't care.