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Dec 19 headline: AT&T is opening 5G service to users in Louisville this week
12-27-2018, 08:59 PM #1
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https://www.bizjournals.com/louisville/n...ville.html

Now go look at this latest map and locate the tiny orange dot this week where Jefferson County, KY is located.

https://www.everydayhealth.com/flu/map/

Orange signifies the second level of "severe." Jefferson County is where Louisville is located. Keep in mind that AT&T's so called 5G is little more than souped up 4G. If ATT's "5G Evolution" were the real 5G, the dot would need to be fire engine red. The probable reason for the increase in flu there is due to how most Americans are already on the edge healthwise. Something like half the population got the flu last year. With continued and increased exposure to electronics, the population is at a much elevated risk of getting any one of the flues out there or at the very least a bad cold again.

Still, to be an orange colored county in a sea of mostly gray and a little light blue gives one pause for thought especially since they just got their so-called 'upgrade' this week.

The evidence is piling up.

By the way planes are a great incubator of the flu because the metal skin of the plane pings the ions to and fro over and over again. I was a victim of just that earlier this year. Crossed off flying first class on my bucket list. I nearly kicked the bucket. lol My speech started to become garbled. I couldn't recall simple words I used frequently, such as WTF  chuckle.gif Some might say that my communication skills improve when I'm 'garbling.' lol

Seven months later and fumbling for words still occurs on occasion when I'm speaking.

Back to planes being incubators for the flu. This is likely to spread the flu from Louisville hither and yon among an already compromised population. January could be pretty interesting.
12-28-2018, 03:57 AM #2
Me? Incognito Anonymous
 
Two suburban counties are also showing moderate flu levels compared to lighjt flu levels in the more distant surrounding areas.

https://www.everydayhealth.com/flu/map/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oldham_County,_Kentucky

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harrison_County,_Indiana
12-28-2018, 04:02 AM #3
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I remember taking a bus trip to Kentucky from Canada and met some boys there, it was a whole different kind of awakenking. Blacks were off limits and when my friend and I decided to eat our newly bought popcorn on the grass in front of the courthouse, three cops cars showed up. I think it was my faux deer skin fringed jacket that did it.

12-28-2018, 08:17 AM #4
Me? Incognito Anonymous
 
New York State is reporting a 72% increase in confirmed flu cases in the last week. Officials also say "there was a 41 percent increase in the number of patients hospitalized with laboratory-confirmed influenza cases."

This outbreak coincides with promises by the telecom companies to roll out their greatly varied versions of 5G "by the end of the year." ATT says they have rolled out their 5G "Evolution" in well over 100 cities across the country. Evolution is more of a souped up 4G. T-Mobile has their own version as well that can serve great distances which they market to more rural areas.

https://www.news10.com/news/ny-news/flu-...1676815228
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12-28-2018, 10:36 PM #5
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(Yesterday, 08:59 PM)Me? Wrote:  https://www.bizjournals.com/louisville/n...ville.html

Now go look at this latest map and locate the tiny orange dot this week where Jefferson County, KY is located.

https://www.everydayhealth.com/flu/map/

Orange signifies the second level of "severe." Jefferson County is where Louisville is located. Keep in mind that AT&T's so called 5G is little more than souped up 4G. If ATT's "5G Evolution" were the real 5G, the dot would need to be fire engine red. The probable reason for the increase in flu there is due to how most Americans are already on the edge healthwise. Something like half the population got the flu last year. With continued and increased exposure to electronics, the population is at a much elevated risk of getting any one of the flues out there or at the very least a bad cold again.

Still, to be an orange colored county in a sea of mostly gray and a little light blue gives one pause for thought especially since they just got their so-called 'upgrade' this week.

The evidence is piling up.

By the way planes are a great incubator of the flu because the metal skin of the plane pings the ions to and fro over and over again. I was a victim of just that earlier this year. Crossed off flying first class on my bucket list. I nearly kicked the bucket. lol My speech started to become garbled. I couldn't recall simple words I used frequently, such as WTF  chuckle.gif Some might say that my communication skills improve when I'm 'garbling.' lol

Seven months later and fumbling for words still occurs on occasion when I'm speaking.

Back to planes being incubators for the flu. This is likely to spread the flu from Louisville hither and yon among an already compromised population. January could be pretty interesting.

"Last Updated: 10/25/2018 "  at the very bottom it says the map it from October though.
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12-28-2018, 10:39 PM #6
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(3 minutes ago)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(Yesterday, 08:59 PM)Me? Wrote:  https://www.bizjournals.com/louisville/n...ville.html

Now go look at this latest map and locate the tiny orange dot this week where Jefferson County, KY is located.

https://www.everydayhealth.com/flu/map/

Orange signifies the second level of "severe." Jefferson County is where Louisville is located. Keep in mind that AT&T's so called 5G is little more than souped up 4G. If ATT's "5G Evolution" were the real 5G, the dot would need to be fire engine red. The probable reason for the increase in flu there is due to how most Americans are already on the edge healthwise. Something like half the population got the flu last year. With continued and increased exposure to electronics, the population is at a much elevated risk of getting any one of the flues out there or at the very least a bad cold again.

Still, to be an orange colored county in a sea of mostly gray and a little light blue gives one pause for thought especially since they just got their so-called 'upgrade' this week.

The evidence is piling up.

By the way planes are a great incubator of the flu because the metal skin of the plane pings the ions to and fro over and over again. I was a victim of just that earlier this year. Crossed off flying first class on my bucket list. I nearly kicked the bucket. lol My speech started to become garbled. I couldn't recall simple words I used frequently, such as WTF  chuckle.gif Some might say that my communication skills improve when I'm 'garbling.' lol

Seven months later and fumbling for words still occurs on occasion when I'm speaking.

Back to planes being incubators for the flu. This is likely to spread the flu from Louisville hither and yon among an already compromised population. January could be pretty interesting.

"Last Updated: 10/25/2018 "  at the very bottom it says the map it from October though.

If they rolled out 5G in mid-Dec and the map is from October, then there is no correlation.
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12-28-2018, 10:44 PM #7
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(5 minutes ago)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(8 minutes ago)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(Yesterday, 08:59 PM)Me? Wrote:  https://www.bizjournals.com/louisville/n...ville.html

Now go look at this latest map and locate the tiny orange dot this week where Jefferson County, KY is located.

https://www.everydayhealth.com/flu/map/

Orange signifies the second level of "severe." Jefferson County is where Louisville is located. Keep in mind that AT&T's so called 5G is little more than souped up 4G. If ATT's "5G Evolution" were the real 5G, the dot would need to be fire engine red. The probable reason for the increase in flu there is due to how most Americans are already on the edge healthwise. Something like half the population got the flu last year. With continued and increased exposure to electronics, the population is at a much elevated risk of getting any one of the flues out there or at the very least a bad cold again.

Still, to be an orange colored county in a sea of mostly gray and a little light blue gives one pause for thought especially since they just got their so-called 'upgrade' this week.

The evidence is piling up.

By the way planes are a great incubator of the flu because the metal skin of the plane pings the ions to and fro over and over again. I was a victim of just that earlier this year. Crossed off flying first class on my bucket list. I nearly kicked the bucket. lol My speech started to become garbled. I couldn't recall simple words I used frequently, such as WTF  chuckle.gif Some might say that my communication skills improve when I'm 'garbling.' lol

Seven months later and fumbling for words still occurs on occasion when I'm speaking.

Back to planes being incubators for the flu. This is likely to spread the flu from Louisville hither and yon among an already compromised population. January could be pretty interesting.

"Last Updated: 10/25/2018 "  at the very bottom it says the map it from October though.

If they rolled out 5G in mid-Dec and the map is from October, then there is no correlation.

Unless there were ongoing tests to get it going for a month.  That is a possibility.   Tests were running in Sept/October of 5G. ???
12-29-2018, 12:46 AM #8
Me? Incognito Anonymous
 
(2 hours ago)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(12-27-2018, 08:59 PM)Me? Wrote:  https://www.bizjournals.com/louisville/n...ville.html

Now go look at this latest map and locate the tiny orange dot this week where Jefferson County, KY is located.

https://www.everydayhealth.com/flu/map/

Orange signifies the second level of "severe." Jefferson County is where Louisville is located. Keep in mind that AT&T's so called 5G is little more than souped up 4G. If ATT's "5G Evolution" were the real 5G, the dot would need to be fire engine red. The probable reason for the increase in flu there is due to how most Americans are already on the edge healthwise. Something like half the population got the flu last year. With continued and increased exposure to electronics, the population is at a much elevated risk of getting any one of the flues out there or at the very least a bad cold again.

Still, to be an orange colored county in a sea of mostly gray and a little light blue gives one pause for thought especially since they just got their so-called 'upgrade' this week.

The evidence is piling up.

By the way planes are a great incubator of the flu because the metal skin of the plane pings the ions to and fro over and over again. I was a victim of just that earlier this year. Crossed off flying first class on my bucket list. I nearly kicked the bucket. lol My speech started to become garbled. I couldn't recall simple words I used frequently, such as WTF  chuckle.gif Some might say that my communication skills improve when I'm 'garbling.' lol

Seven months later and fumbling for words still occurs on occasion when I'm speaking.

Back to planes being incubators for the flu. This is likely to spread the flu from Louisville hither and yon among an already compromised population. January could be pretty interesting.

"Last Updated: 10/25/2018 "  at the very bottom it says the map it from October though.

The overall website was updated October 25th. The map has a separate software program and is updated. For instance, Orange County, California did not have a severe rating back in October.
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12-31-2018, 07:06 PM #9
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(12-29-2018, 12:46 AM)Me? Wrote:  
(12-28-2018, 10:36 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(12-27-2018, 08:59 PM)Me? Wrote:  https://www.bizjournals.com/louisville/n...ville.html

Now go look at this latest map and locate the tiny orange dot this week where Jefferson County, KY is located.

https://www.everydayhealth.com/flu/map/

Orange signifies the second level of "severe." Jefferson County is where Louisville is located. Keep in mind that AT&T's so called 5G is little more than souped up 4G. If ATT's "5G Evolution" were the real 5G, the dot would need to be fire engine red. The probable reason for the increase in flu there is due to how most Americans are already on the edge healthwise. Something like half the population got the flu last year. With continued and increased exposure to electronics, the population is at a much elevated risk of getting any one of the flues out there or at the very least a bad cold again.

Still, to be an orange colored county in a sea of mostly gray and a little light blue gives one pause for thought especially since they just got their so-called 'upgrade' this week.

The evidence is piling up.

By the way planes are a great incubator of the flu because the metal skin of the plane pings the ions to and fro over and over again. I was a victim of just that earlier this year. Crossed off flying first class on my bucket list. I nearly kicked the bucket. lol My speech started to become garbled. I couldn't recall simple words I used frequently, such as WTF  chuckle.gif Some might say that my communication skills improve when I'm 'garbling.' lol

Seven months later and fumbling for words still occurs on occasion when I'm speaking.

Back to planes being incubators for the flu. This is likely to spread the flu from Louisville hither and yon among an already compromised population. January could be pretty interesting.

"Last Updated: 10/25/2018 "  at the very bottom it says the map it from October though.

The overall website was updated October 25th. The map has a separate software program and is updated. For instance, Orange County, California did not have a severe rating back in October.

ok good to know--- they should really specify that the map is current to avoid confusion....
01-02-2019, 06:46 AM #10
Me? Incognito Anonymous
 
Confirmed flu among children more than quadrupled in ONE WEEK in Jefferson County since 5G was turned on in Louisville:

By Erin O'Neil | December 27, 2018 at 6:36 PM EST - Updated December 27 at 6:37 PM
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Norton Healthcare officials are seeing a huge jump in positive flu tests, with pediatrician offices reporting more than 100 confirmed cases in just the past week.

By comparison, those same offices had been averaging about two dozen cases per week.
01-02-2019, 02:08 PM #11
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01-05-2019, 12:49 AM #12
Me? Incognito Anonymous
 
This year worse than last year for Kentucky with Louisville being hit the hardest.

https://www.wkyt.com/content/news/Kentuc...01481.html
01-05-2019, 12:55 AM #13
Me? Incognito Anonymous
 
"One of the state's hardest hit areas, according to state health department, is Jefferson County, which has seen about 882 confirmed flu cases this season, up from the 179 cases confirmed at the same time last season."

That is a 479% increase over last year.

Jefferson County is where Louisville is located.

https://www.courier-journal.com/story/li...482355002/



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