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5G dangers

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Created by petermac33 30 days ago, 15 Jun 2019
stoff
WA, 182 posts
15 Jun 2019 11:37PM
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I found it weird that I received this text message from Telstra on Wednesday.
I reckon they know it's the new asbestos and are scrambling to cover their own asses.
When the lawsuits start they can now say "we warned you to be careful"





FormulaNova
NSW, 8881 posts
16 Jun 2019 9:43AM
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I think that Telstra's inclusion of information on radiation is just a standard thing to provide information for those that care about it.

Small cells are effectively similar to a wifi hotspot. A much smaller range than a normal mobile cell, with correspondingly less users, but higher throughput because of this.

Mr Milk
NSW, 1544 posts
16 Jun 2019 10:42AM
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Dunno about getting brain damage from 5G signals, but apparently the frequencies used are also important for weather obs.

arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2019/05/5g-networks-will-likely-interfere-with-us-weather-satellites-navy-warns/

Foghorn
WA, 179 posts
16 Jun 2019 5:47PM
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Its all about tracking and controlling the population not so you can have faster internet .

Sandfoot
VIC, 347 posts
16 Jun 2019 8:39PM
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5G networks have the ability to carry interelectrofrequencies that can mask catalase strobe pulses which could cause humans to have epileptic fits. !!!

So if the Chinese or any militant regime was to use this on enemy populations they could turn us all into zombies. FYI

elmo
WA, 7913 posts
17 Jun 2019 5:59AM
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Apart from all the nefarious purposes 5G can also be used for making phone calls, Little known fact

Buster fin
WA, 1914 posts
17 Jun 2019 7:28AM
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elmo said..
Apart from all the nefarious purposes 5G can also be used for making phone calls, Little known fact


You conspiracy theorists make me sick!

westozwind
WA, 1268 posts
17 Jun 2019 9:57AM
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Yep, pretty scary adding 26GHZ to the current mobile (cell)phone network frequencies.

Pete, that article is laughable. According to the author "1 GHz = 1 billion GHz". It's not even worth poking holes in, it's all holes.

Harrow
NSW, 2639 posts
17 Jun 2019 3:48PM
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Yep, pretty scary adding 26GHZ to the current mobile (cell)phone network frequencies.

Pete, that article is laughable. According to the author "1 GHz = 1 billion GHz". It's not even worth poking holes in, it's all holes.

Sitting right on top of microwave ovens in the spectrum. Has all the leakage testing they do been a waste of time? Do you really want to be holding something like that right next to your head?

hilly
WA, 4669 posts
17 Jun 2019 2:07PM
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Right up there with:



www.wired.com/2008/06/cellphones-cant/

FormulaNova
NSW, 8881 posts
17 Jun 2019 5:28PM
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Harrow said..
Sitting right on top of microwave ovens in the spectrum. Has all the leakage testing they do been a waste of time? Do you really want to be holding something like that right next to your head?


I think that use of the microwave is a bit misleading. I hope its meant to suggest microwave radio frequencies rather than the frequency of a microwave.

Your wifi access point is using the same frequency as your microwave, so you had better turn it off and plug into the modem direct.

Would you prefer 2.45Ghz into your head or 26.5Ghz?

I think any radiation in a directed beam is not a good thing, such as standing infront of a microwave data link between sites, but low power and at a low effective level, I think we have already lost that argument.

westozwind
WA, 1268 posts
18 Jun 2019 12:55PM
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Yes, the frequencies commonly used for microwaves and microwave transmission towers. You phone transmits about 100mW of power. A microwave 1000W (1000000mW or 10000 time more powerful). That's why microwaves have shielding.

Cambodge
VIC, 823 posts
18 Jun 2019 5:20PM
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So, I wonder what the power output is for 5G towers compared to 4G and the relative distance a person would typically be away from them if there is going to be a higher concentration of 5G towers?

petermac33
WA, 5108 posts
18 Jun 2019 4:18PM
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I know next to nothing on this radiation stuff suffice say to say I believe the new smart meters that are being installed in Perth are likely to cause even more damage to our health.

FormulaNova
NSW, 8881 posts
18 Jun 2019 6:57PM
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Cambodge said..
So, I wonder what the power output is for 5G towers compared to 4G and the relative distance a person would typically be away from them if there is going to be a higher concentration of 5G towers?


Its not what you asked, but someone once raised the argument, when it came to cell tower safety, that the cell tower transmits the same, or very close to the same, energy for each call, that the phone at the other end does. (in other words, just enough energy to make the call, but not too much to affect other devices using the same frequencies.)

The cell tower is at least a few metres away. The cellphone is against your head. Which one would be safer?

gs12
WA, 270 posts
18 Jun 2019 5:03PM
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petermac33 said..
I know next to nothing on this radiation stuff suffice say to say I believe the new smart meters that are being installed in Perth are likely to cause even more damage to our health.


And here is the very definition of the Dunning Kruger effect ...

petermac33
WA, 5108 posts
18 Jun 2019 5:37PM
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The MSM effect - gospel believing at its very finest.

Building 7 lol.

hilly
WA, 4669 posts
18 Jun 2019 6:24PM
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petermac33 said..
I know next to nothing


Enough said

Cambodge
VIC, 823 posts
18 Jun 2019 11:21PM
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FormulaNova said..

Cambodge said..
So, I wonder what the power output is for 5G towers compared to 4G and the relative distance a person would typically be away from them if there is going to be a higher concentration of 5G towers?



Its not what you asked, but someone once raised the argument, when it came to cell tower safety, that the cell tower transmits the same, or very close to the same, energy for each call, that the phone at the other end does. (in other words, just enough energy to make the call, but not too much to affect other devices using the same frequencies.)

The cell tower is at least a few metres away. The cellphone is against your head. Which one would be safer?


I guess the difference is that you only make a few calls per day on the one device whereas the cell tower is going to be communicating on a pretty much continuous basis with many devices simultaneously.

dusta
WA, 2908 posts
19 Jun 2019 2:33PM
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petermac33 said..
I know next to nothing



Finally the first statement i've seen you post that is actually based on facts

azymuth
WA, 661 posts
19 Jun 2019 2:58PM
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petermgs12 said.. And here is the very definition of the Dunning Kruger effect ...






I just Googled Dunning-Kruger and a photo of petermac33 popped up

Rupert
TAS, 2395 posts
19 Jun 2019 5:48PM
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Building 7 lol.


Wrong thread petie, wrong thread.

Macroscien
QLD, 4681 posts
19 Jun 2019 7:55PM
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We shouldn't worry too much. "By the time G6 comes we all will be wearing helmets to protect us from radiation, viruses, greenhouse gasses and everything elso.Additionally helmet will render burqas obsolete.




causehecan
185 posts
20 Jun 2019 8:29PM
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I already wear a helmet where ever i go

petermac33
WA, 5108 posts
20 Jun 2019 9:55PM
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FormulaNova
NSW, 8881 posts
21 Jun 2019 10:16AM
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I agree. The tinfoil in my hat vibrates the closer I get to one of these. I have to walk around the house in alfoil in order to feel normal.

JulianRoss
WA, 407 posts
21 Jun 2019 8:21AM
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petermac33 said..


written by Chuck McGill from Better Call Saul....

peterowensbabs
NSW, 163 posts
28 Jun 2019 10:52PM
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Shanty said..



What do you call a Jewish Pok?mon trainer?
Ash


WTF????

Shanty
QLD, 364 posts
28 Jun 2019 11:06PM
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peterowensbabs said..

Shanty said..



What do you call a Jewish Pok?mon trainer?
Ash



WTF????


Wrong thread whoops

mkseven
QLD, 2227 posts
29 Jun 2019 2:49AM
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petermac33 said..
I know next to nothing on this radiation stuff suffice say to say I believe the new smart meters that are being installed in Perth are likely to cause even more damage to our health.


Then please go learn and research and stop believing the internet (you can start by using google scholar)... maybe stop contributing to the agendas of others, or are you in marketing and potentially profiting from your posts?

This radiation stuff is no different to waves at your beach, the waves have frequency and amplitude. As shown by the chart already posted 5G isn't at frequency of ionizing radiation where it can remove the electrons from atoms resulting in all the lovely health effects we definitely are aware of. Does the amplitude have the same effect as sticking your head in a 1000W microwave, no way, I don't think the telecommunications industry would run 5G at an intensity to risk discomfort/heating/burns but then one of the main players did sell hand grenades as phones. Telstra are just being careful in a world full of litigation for everything, the phone companies and providers are wise to throw it back onto the consumer.

5G mind control and all that stuff... why? The sheeple are sold on everything the media and internet feeds them, so why go to the extra expense and complexity of upgrading a phone network? Does it do us any good to have all these waves bouncing around & through us? Many people report say going out bush isolated they feel better, but is this an effect of the radiation or general feeling more aware/better by not being trapped in a cubicle & not breathing in all of the gas and particulate matter produced in built up areas which will kill you.



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