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This quote from Wired should have you shaking in your boots
09-11-2017, 06:28 AM #1
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"[The high-frequency spectrum] might travel 100 meters, but only through clear air; water, foliage, trees, buildings, and people will all get in the way of this spectrum. (You can think of people as big bags of water that block high-frequency signals.)"

So what are they saying? They are telling us that your body blocks the high frequency spectrum. How does your body do that? Your sweat glands are antennas for the positive ions from the spectrum. Your body is going to be absorbing high levels of positive ions that don't belong there interfering with normal ionic reactions.

Notice how he points out that we are mostly water. The ions from the 5G units are attracted to water - that's you.

It gets worse than that. The positive ions that aren't absorbed will combine with negative ions that were in the air that your body should have absorbed. But those two opposite ions will combine and fall to the ground instead. This means your body will suffer a shortage of negative ions that would have performed ionic reactions inside of your body.

Yes, those deficiencies will harm you. They can lead to your going blind. Both cataracts and glaucoma will be promoted by the ions messing up your normal bodily functions. Your brain will suffer, too. It's going to ğck you up badly. If you have any children, their health will also be destroyed.


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09-11-2017, 07:09 AM #2
Ninelives Singing In The Rain
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Alpha radiation, made up of helium nuclei, can be blocked by a sheet of paper, and by a film of water. Beta radiation consists of either electrons or positrons. ... Gamma rays can penetrate a moderate amount of water before being attenuated to the level of background radiation

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09-11-2017, 10:41 AM #3
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A house in the mountains with no cell signals looks better all the time.

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09-11-2017, 06:19 PM #4
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(09-11-2017, 10:41 AM)Strigoi Wrote:  A house in the mountains with no cell signals looks better all the time.

It does sound better. What will you do when everyone in town has glaucoma, cataracts and dementia? BTW, the plan with 5G is to make sure driverless cars work everywhere including farmer's roads. Their crops - if they could see them - are likely to be wilted and shriveled.

BTW, there is some extremely good news. The author of the article says with good reason that 5G is a hugely hyped pie in the sky sham. She says that the system will never work without huge amounts of fiber optics also being put in place. That drives up the cost which could make the 5G promise outside the budgets of many or most people. For the business plan to work, almost everyone needs to buy in to spread out the massive installation costs, otherwise the prices for those remaining who do sign up would be much higher.

So there is a ray of sunshine. Actually it's the best news regarding this death beam I've seen by far. It would be next to impossible to stop the juggernaut of industry through reason or trying to pass laws against 5G when we have a bought and paid for Congress. The astronomical start up costs could be our best protection. A few class action lawsuits would also help at least a little.

So it's highly likely that we will just suffer along with the present more limited electronic attacks on our health that would take longer to do us all in. In my opinion, electronic pollution has greater negative effects than smoking two or three packs of cigarettes a day because the harmful effects happen faster. And to make matters worse, we are all 'smoking' them even if it is against our will, because the unhealthy ions are in everyone's air.

I do not use a cell phone for those reasons. Yet my body is subjected to cell towers and everyone's stupid ass 'smart' meters. I eat honey and bee pollen. The bees that provide those foods are also under attack.  So the very food I eat could be taken away from me and from everyone else who relies on them.

If you eat foods pollinated by bees, your food supply is also under attack. Something like 40% of our produce is pollinated by them. Cows probably eat foods pollinated by bees, too.

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09-11-2017, 06:31 PM #5
Ninelives Singing In The Rain
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My cell phone, wifi and TV is 5g. It has already started.


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