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5G Network Uses Same EMF Waves as Pentagon Crowd Control System

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I have a 'tin foil hat' ... do we also need a 'tin foil suit'? I just post this for reading but could there be something to be concerned about?

"Among the many potential problems with exposure to 5G radio waves are issues with the skin, which is interesting when you consider that this technology is already being used in the military for crowd control purposes."

"This kind of technology, which is in many of our homes, actually interacts with human skin and eyes. The shocking finding was made public via Israeli research studies that were presented at an international conference on the subject last year. Below you can find a lecture from Dr. Ben-Ishai of the Department of Physics at Hebrew University. He goes through how human sweat ducts act like a number of helical antennas when exposed to these wavelengths that are put out by the devices that employ 5G technology."

"The U.S. military developed a non-lethal crowd control weapon system called the Active Denial System (ADS). It uses radio frequency millimeter waves in the 95GHz range to penetrate the top 1/64 of an inch layer of skin on the targeted individual, instantly producing an intolerable heating sensation that causes them to flee."

https://www.naturalblaze.com/2018/10/5g-network-uses-same-emf-waves-as-pentagon-crowd-control-system.html

5G Network Uses Same EMF Waves as Pentagon Crowd Control System

October 7, 2018 - Natural Health News

By Terrence Newton

The global rollout of 5G is well underway, and we soon may see new small cell towers near all schools, on every residential street, dispersed throughout the natural environment, and pretty much everywhere. But the safety of this technology is in serious question, and there is a raging battle to stop the taxpayer funded implementation of 5G.

The new cell network uses high-band radio frequency millimeter waves to deliver high bandwidth data to any device within line of sight.

Today’s cellular and Wi-Fi networks rely on microwaves – a type of electromagnetic radiation utilizing frequencies up to 6 gigahertz (GHz) in order to wirelessly transmit voice or data. However, 5G applications will require unlocking of new spectrum bands in higher frequency ranges above 6 GHz to 100 GHz and beyond, utilizing submillimeter and millimeter waves – to allow ultra-high rates of data to be transmitted in the same amount of time as compared with previous deployments of microwave radiation. [Source]

One of the ways 5G will enable this is by tapping into new, unused bands at the top of the radio spectrum. These high bands are known as millimeter waves (mmwaves), and have been recently been opened up by regulators for licensing. They’ve largely been untouched by the public, since the equipment required to use them effectively has typically been expensive and inaccessible.

Among the many potential problems with exposure to 5G radio waves are issues with the skin, which is interesting when you consider that this technology is already being used in the military for crowd control purposes.

This kind of technology, which is in many of our homes, actually interacts with human skin and eyes. The shocking finding was made public via Israeli research studies that were presented at an international conference on the subject last year. Below you can find a lecture from Dr. Ben-Ishai of the Department of Physics at Hebrew University. He goes through how human sweat ducts act like a number of helical antennas when exposed to these wavelengths that are put out by the devices that employ 5G technology.

The U.S. military developed a non-lethal crowd control weapon system called the Active Denial System (ADS). It uses radio frequency millimeter waves in the 95GHz range to penetrate the top 1/64 of an inch layer of skin on the targeted individual, instantly producing an intolerable heating sensation that causes them to flee.

This technology is becoming ubiquitous in top world militaries, demonstrating how genuinely effective this radio frequency energy can be at causing harm to humans and anything else.

U.S., Russian, and Chinese defense agencieshave been active in developing weapons that rely on the capability of this electromagnetic technology to create burning sensations on the skin, for crowd control. The waves are Millimetre waves, also used by the U.S. Army in crowd dispersal guns called Active Denial Systems.

Final Thoughts

The fight over 5G is heating up at the community level, and awareness of this important issue is spreading fast. For more background on 5G, watch this video from Take Back Your Power, featuring Tom Wheeler, Former FCC Chairman and corporate lobbyist, who delivers a rather intimidating and presumptuous speech praising this new technology. The fight over 5G is heating up at the community level, though, and now is the time to speak out against it.

.... also this article from California:

https://www.wakingtimes.com/2018/09/12/city-blocks-5g-cell-tower-implementation-over-claims-that-it-can-cause-cancer/

City Blocks 5G Cell Tower Implementation Over Claims that it Can Cause Cancer

September 12, 2018

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Well, for the moment it seems like the first observed effect of 5G is the firing (after more than 30 years BTW) of John C. Dvorak from PC magazine, JFYI:

https://medium.com/@dvorak/5g-got-me-fired-ce407e584c4a

the actual article has been removed from the India version of PC Magazine too (please note the 403 and not the 404):

https://in.pcmag.com/opinion/124983/the-problem-with-5g

here it is via Wayback Machine:

https://web.archive.org/web/20180823130336/https://in.pcmag.com/opinion/124983/the-problem-with-5g

 

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In the United States, there are signage on or near existing 4G or 4G LTE transmitters, it looks like this:

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An actual (stock) photo example: https://c8.alamy.com/comp/B6P4B3/a-sign-warning-about-radio-frequency-fields-B6P4B3.jpg

The statue that the sign claims to be in compliance with is this, but as with all law-speak, I can't really see where it says a sign is required.
https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/47/1.1307
Addtionally, here is the section with technical details regarding Maximum Permissible Exposure:
https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/47/1.1310

Safe distance isn't determined by any specific number, or general guideline. It wholly depends on the equipment, the power, etc. So the distances can vary greatly. I found a slide from a presentation that breaks down one company's approach to the different measurements and which type of signage to post.
EME+Action+Thresholds+Only+Fools+Allowed

But these values only really exist within the same height of the transmitter. If you want a visualization of the general un-safe area, look up Fresnel Zone. As long as this area does not overlap with places where people are, there shouldn't be any issues in regards to health due to to the power in the air. The system is not designed to transmit to the ground, only through the air. As such, it is expected that even directly below the transmitter, any measured readings should be well within the safe zone, same as existing 4G and older setups. So the telecom company would only be able to put transmitters above houses. In my neighborhood, they would be fine to put them on the TOP of telephone poles because the heigh of a telephone poll is taller than the houses on my street. There are no three story or taller buildings. However, if they are placed somewhere between the top and say... the middle, this would put the 2nd floors of almost every house in the neighborhood into the broadcast zone and then that would be a real problem. I have seen some research on existing consumer 5G transmitters, and it seems there is around a 100 yard (300 foot, idk about meters) distance from the broadcast point in line of site to fall below that 20% example shown in the slide above. Of course, consumer transmitters and the ones used by telecoms may be totally different.

More reading on this subject in general: http://hps.org/publicinformation/ate/faqs/cellphoneqa.html

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Just finished reading all the information at the links ... I use to get PC Magazine in the early 2000's after getting my first computer in 1998. Knowing very little about computers back then, it was a good magazine for me to read for some computer knowledge. I remember  reading the articles by John C. Dvorak ... surprised to read he was just fired Sept. 20th, 2018 ... not even a month yet.

Thanks for the article link on Wayback Machine ... don't know what to make of it, his firing. Maybe he was making too much money and it was a way to cut costs ... who knows.

All those 'mini cell towers' needed for 5G, that doesn't sound good. I wondered about the one sentence in the article that I posted about: 'The new cell network uses high-band radio frequency millimeter waves to deliver high bandwidth data to any device within line of sight.'

'within line of sight' ... so that explains all the 'mini cell towers' placed everywhere ... I'm not crazy about all the 'high-band radio frequency millimeter waves' coming in all directions. Living in the 'country' in a nice underground cave or home could be the answer ... but then you have radon gas to worry about and other possible radiation ... it's not an easy life in the new century.

Tripredacus ... that last link in your post has good information. I always use the speakerphone when possible, don't like having the phone near my head ... but then for years (before cell phones) we all had cordless phones emitting radiation into your head. It maybe wasn't the strength of today's cell phones but it was something going into your head.

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There certainly is a concerted effort to silence people who have questions relating to 5G and the possible health concerns. So the information that I posted does not invalidate that. This guy from PC Magazine is just one and the most recent/well known example. The reasons are not know, but I think that it is because it is fashionable to do so. The easy road of branding a person with a question as a nut or a conspiracy theorist instead of just answering these questions honestly and include data that can be verified by the appropriate scientific community. If government or corporations would just do this, it will ease the minds of everyone else that has a question or doubt who doesn't think that the government is being secretly run by space lizards.

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MInd you we have no actual proof of a link between the firing and the 5 article, John C. Dvorak did share the letter he got on twitter (the tweet is now not anymore available [1]) , whatever the real motives/reasons, if I ever saw a badly written e-mail to fire someone [2] - particularly someone that collaborated for some thirty + years (controversial as he might be) - that was the one.

Surely the reasons provided in the e-mail seem (again set aside the utter lack of civility) pretty much *vague*, "put all outside columns on hiatus", reviewing "production operations and budget" for Q4 2018 on the second half of September, come on. 

The disappearing of the 5G column (actually not much the disappearing in itself, but the redirecting to another column by another Author) is hard to be called "coincidence".

BTW Gibbs Rule #39 excludes that:

http://ncis.wikia.com/wiki/Leroy_Jethro_Gibbs/Gibbs's_Rules

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There is no such thing as coincidence.

but the column has been re-instated, right now it  is live:

https://www.pcmag.com/article/345387/what-is-5gpcmag.com/commentary/363244/the-problem-with-5g

jaclaz

 

 

[1] but still avaiable here:

https://web.archive.org/web/20180922134632/https://twitter.com/THErealDVORAK/status/1043180806020116480

[2] provided that is admissible by basic courtesy and professionalism to part ways through such an e-mail

 

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