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I can't give this the kind of time this needs right now but, this will serve as a jumping 'into' point.

This has to do with 5G wireless communication that the globalists are hell bent on ramming down our throats.

Here's what is interesting.

San Diego State Faculty and students (I'm convinced) have been unwitting Guinea pigs who are dropping dead like flies from brain cancer.  The students and faculty who have been affected the most live near a tower, with what appears to be microwave transmitting devices.

circa 2012
http://mieuxprevenir.blogspot.com/2012/11/san-diego-state-university-brain-cancer.html

Now, in 2017 the list of the dead at SDSU has tripled as seen in the documentary 'Take Back Your Power'

Reporters at the San Diego Tribune say they have tried to get these deaths / the cancer cluster / the tower out nationally and that ALL attempts have been shut down by powers much, much higher than at SDSU.

Here, things really get interesting... Based off my research, I am convinced that the University of California (at San Diego) have a partnership with SDSU.   That 'partnership' deals with... wait for it... cancer research.
http://sdsu-ucsdcancerpartnership.ucsd.edu/about/institutions.shtml

It just gets better...
Low and behold, what university is leading the charge in 5G technologies?   I'll give you three guesses and the last two don't count.
UC of SD.

Not only are they one of the leading universities in 5G technologies they just happen to be studying how 'brain chips' can be integrated with 5G technology.  Funded by DARPA no less
http://cwc.ucsd.edu/content/uc-san-diego-part-international-team-develop-wireless-implantable-microdevices-brain
also
http://cwc.ucsd.edu/content/5g-wireless-and-beyond-evolution-revolution

I strongly believe, and have reason to believe, that these SDSU faculty and students are being ALLOWED to die in order for DARPA et al to figure out a way to use the NEEDED microwave technology while masking it's deadly effects.  So, it can NOT be blamed for the brain and other cancer it is going to wreck on society once they roll these towers out everywhere.
 
Putting the tower at UC of SD would have been far too obvious.  So logically this has to be a joint 5G / cancer research project with SDSU 

Here is a video covering the globalists desire for the 5G revolution.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qN8dp109EPE
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Gestapo tactics are being used to silence criticism of 5G technology
http://www.naturalhealth365.com/5G-wireless-technology-1958.html

At the July 14th press conference, Bloomberg News reporter Todd Shields had his press credentials confiscated by members of the FCC security force.  His offense?  He was in the act of speaking with safety advocates concerned about radiation, who wanted to show him a tee shirt symbolizing their concerns.

Shields openly confronted Wheeler during the press conference, relating how his credentials had been seized and asking for comment. Wheeler told Shields he could have his credentials back, but went on, unbelievably, to remind him that everyone who came to the press conference had a duty to “behave responsibly.” (in other words, follow orders or get out)

Who is behaving “responsibly” here – the FCC chair who is shamelessly pushing 5G, or the activists who are trying to hold him accountable?  This video (below) says it all – judge for yourself: {Share the news}
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMxfffqyDtc

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Should 5G kill every first born child, they would still roll it out on schedule . . . because its that important to building a real dystopian spy grid.
EVERYTHING sold that runs on electricity is going to be connected to 5G, which means they are all potential sensors to track, control and monitor YOU.

Once upon a time, when the Truth Movement was still alive and kicking, this would be one of the most popular topics - What has gone wrong ?

It will also truly herald the era of Big Data. A concept that even my database guru friend can not conceptually get his head around... But to be fair, its like coming from a 12 foot fishing boat to an aircraft carrier over night.


While some minor personalities are on the airwaves making outrageous claims for 5G, the simple technical truth which is in the public domain is terrifying.
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Once upon a time, when the Truth Movement was still alive and kicking, this would be one of the most popular topics - What has gone wrong ?



Go through the history @ PPF.  By the very nature of the posts, you can see a living document on how and when the truth movement was subverted.
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Go through the history @ PPF.  By the very nature of the posts, you can see a living document on how and when the truth movement was subverted.

PPF is haunted . . .  the Truth Movement died over there and it ain't hallowed ground.

All that is left are a few ghosts posting and the odd murderous wraith exterminating the last of the survivors.
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I was reading an article today and this topic seems to connect some dots.  Instead of building an infrastructure to support broadband internet all of the U.S., the shadow government will champion 5G on mobile devices.   

https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2017/08/maybe-americans-dont-need-fast-home-internet-service-fcc-suggests/

Maybe Americans don’t need fast home Internet service, FCC suggests


Jon Brodkin - 8/9/2017, 12:13 PM


Americans might not need a fast home Internet connection, the Federal Communications Commission suggests in a new document. Instead, mobile Internet via a smartphone might be all people need.

The suggestion comes in the FCC's annual inquiry into broadband availability. Section 706 of the Telecommunications Act requires the FCC to determine whether broadband (or more formally, "advanced telecommunications capability") is being deployed to all Americans in a reasonable and timely fashion. If the FCC finds that broadband isn't being deployed quickly enough to everyone, it is required by law to "take immediate action to accelerate deployment of such capability by removing barriers to infrastructure investment and by promoting competition in the telecommunications market."

 


 

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Maybe Americans don’t need fast home Internet service, FCC suggests


That is true, HOWEVER, the FCC's head Wheeler doesn't believe so.

In the videos I provided.  (One activated the other not)  Wheeler talks just like a mad man that... "no matter the cost, 5G must be brought on line sooner rather than later"

Even if the cost is human life.
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Holy shit, they are going pedal to the medal with full spectrum genocide with this.  What in the actual f**K?  5G is ten million times greater a threat than "North Korea" or any other bullshit manufactured threat.  This is a REAL threat.  THis is nationwide, in-your-face, attempted murder.  This radiation will likely kill us many times faster than all of the damage from GMO's and other toxins in the environment.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/almost-all-of-fccs-new-advisory-panel-works-for-telecoms


NOT NEUTRALITY
Almost All of FCC’s New Advisory Panel Works for Telecoms
The FCC put out a call for local officials to fill a 30-person board. It chose two of them.

BLAKE DODGE, CENTER FOR PUBLIC INTEGRITY
08.11.17 1:00 AM ET

When the Federal Communications Commission went looking this year for experts to sit on an advisory committee regarding deployment of high-speed internet, Gary Carter thought he would be a logical choice.

Carter works for the city of Santa Monica, California, where he oversees City Net, one of the oldest municipal-run networks in the nation. The network sells high-speed internet to local businesses, and uses the revenue in part to connect low-income neighborhoods.
That experience seemed to be a good match for the proposed Broadband Deployment Advisory Committee (BDAC), which FCC Chairman Ajit Pai created this year.

One of the panel’s stated goals is to streamline city and state rules that might accelerate installation of high-speed internet. But one of the unstated goals, members say, is to make it easier for companies to build networks for the next generation wireless technology, called 5G. The advanced network, which promises faster speeds, will require that millions of small cells and towers be erected nationwide on city- and state-owned public property.

The assignment seemed to call out for participation from city officials like Carter, since municipal officials approve where and what equipment telecommunications companies can place on public rights of way, poles and buildings.

But the FCC didn’t choose Carter — or almost any of the other city or state government officials who applied. Sixty-four city and state officials were nominated for the panel, but the agency initially chose only two: Sam Liccardo, mayor of San Jose, California, and Kelleigh Cole from the Utah Governor’s Office, according to documents obtained by the Center for Public Integrity through a Freedom of Information Act request.

Pai later appointed another city official, Andy Huckaba, a member of the Lenexa, Kansas, city council.

Instead the FCC loaded the 30-member panel with corporate executives, trade groups and free-market scholars. More than three out of four seats on the BDAC are filled by business-friendly representatives from the biggest wireless and cable companies such as AT&T Inc., Comcast Corp., Sprint Corp., and TDS Telecom. Crown Castle International Corp., the nation’s largest wireless infrastructure company, and Southern Co., the nation’s second-largest utility firm, have representatives on the panel. Also appointed to the panel were broadband experts from conservative think tanks who have been critical of FCC regulations such as the International Center for Law and Economics and the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.

The same lopsided ratio can be found on the BDAC’s four working groups that will propose changes to telecommunications policies that Pai views as barriers to broadband deployment. The municipal working group, with 24 members, is tasked with creating a model code for cities to follow that would expedite the deployment of cells and poles. The groups consist of BDAC members as well as additional people the FCC appointed, mostly from the telecommunications industry.

The FCC says the makeup of the BDAC and its subgroups represents a diversity of views and those who best understand the issues. But local officials say their exclusion from the committee reflects a not-so-hidden agenda—one pushed by Pai himself with help from his allies in Big Telecom: to create a set of rules that lets the telecom more easily put their equipment in neighborhoods with far less local oversight.

“When I called [the FCC] to check on the status of the BDAC selection process [earlier this year] and identified myself as an employee from the City of Santa Monica, the gentleman on the phone laughed hysterically,” Carter said. “At first I didn’t get the joke. When I saw the appointees for the municipal working group—only three out of 24 positions were from local government—I got the joke.”
The FCC had no comment other than to say they were made aware of the incident. But the interaction underscores what Liccardo now faces as one of the only city representatives on the committee.

“It’s not lost on us that among the 30-odd members of the BDAC, only two represent local government,” Liccardo said. “We’ll see where things go in the weeks ahead, but it’s fair to say the footprints are in the snow.”

Millions of cells

The BDAC was formed in April and charged with making “recommendations to the Commission on how to accelerate the deployment of high-speed Internet access,” including developing model codes for cities and states to approve broadband permits, and removing local and state regulatory barriers. The committee has held two meetings, one in April and another in July, with another one scheduled for this fall. It plans to submit its proposals by November to the FCC. The guidelines will be voluntary for cities, but the FCC may decide to include them in new rules that cities would be required to follow.

At issue for the BDAC is the nationwide buildout of 5G, the new wireless technology that promises to provide faster speeds. It also requires millions of small cells and poles distributed mostly throughout cities and suburbs in rights of way, such as land next to city streets, highways and parks. Local permitting offices from Oyster Bay, New York, to Seattle, Washington, have been flooded with applications to deploy the cells and build new poles, slowing down the approval process and frustrating telecoms. Telecommunications firms and the companies building the wireless infrastructure want the FCC to pass recommendations that would force cities to shorten the permitting process and lower fees.

When he announced his intention to form the BDAC, Pai, whom President Donald Trump appointed chairman in January, said he wanted the forum to balance city and industry views.

The BDAC will be “forward-looking and fair, balancing the legitimate interests of municipalities with the ever-growing demands of the American public for better, faster, and cheaper broadband,” he said last year in a speech about closing the digital divide.  Pai said at a press conference this month that the BDAC has diverse representation, but he mostly cited as examples representatives from the telecommunications industry: independent builders, network operators, and wireless, cable and satellite interests.

“I wish we could accommodate everybody of course,”Pai said, “but that’s just not possible with a limited advisory committee that we’ve got.”

The Center for Public Integrity asked the FCC for interviews with agency officials who chose the BDAC members, but requests went unanswered. In an emailed statement sent later, Mark Wigfield, a spokesman for the FCC, said, “We believe the makeup of the BDAC reflects the diversity we sought.”

Nick Degani, senior counsel to the FCC and Pai’s wireline legal advisor, told BDAC members at the July meeting that few city officials were chosen because they are the ones that need guidance—presumably not telecommunications companies.

“To be frank, we didn’t want to choose someone from, say, a municipality that needs a blueprint, because they’re not going to be the ones to help design that blueprint,” Degani said. “It’s you guys [BDAC members who mostly represent the telecommunications industry] who have been working on this.”

But with the committee’s lopsided industry representation, city and state officials say any regulatory change the BDAC proposes is likely to ignore local residents’ wishes. Concerns range from poles draped with bulky equipment that block scenic views and clutter neighborhoods – to serious safety risks.

“There are reasons you have to get a permit if you want to dig up the side of the street,” said David Frasher, city manager of Hot Springs, Arkansas, who also was nominated—but turned down—for a seat on the BDAC.

“The city needs to know if you’re going to block traffic or create a hazard to sidewalk users,” Frasher said. Maybe there’s a way to streamline those regulations, “... but with only 10 percent city government representation, how helpful will the end product be?”
The FCC also didn’t choose David Guttenberg, member of the Alaska state legislature. He said service providers writing local rules for internet deployment makes him fear for Alaskan residents, many of whom have such poor wireless service that they have trouble downloading emails.

“They [telecommunications companies] are only going to look after their own self interests,” Guttenberg said. “Find me the guy that works for telecommunications on this committee that’s going to sign onto a plan telling their business to do something they don’t want to do. Find me that guy.”

The National League of Cities, which represents more than 1,600 cities, met with FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn in May “to urge the Commission to increase the number and diversity of local officials on the BDAC to a level comparable with the number and diversity of industry officials.”

Among other municipal officials nominated but not chosen for the BDAC: Bruce Patterson, technology director for Ammon, Idaho; Jack Belcher, chief information officer for Arlington, Virginia; Peter Collins, information technologies manager for Geneva, Illinois.
The lack of municipal representation doesn’t surprise one telecommunications executive sitting on the BDAC, who told the Center for Public Integrity that the committee is “stacked” to fix the proposals to meet Pai’s anti-regulatory agenda.

“It’s definitely stacked towards private enterprise,” said the executive, who requested anonymity due to fear of retaliation from FCC officials. “It’s nothing new. The FCC serves private enterprise.”

BDAC members who didn’t return requests to comment included AT&T, Google, Southern Light LLC, the International Center for Law and Economics, and Christopher Yoo, a law and communications professor at the University of Pennsylvania. Yoo also is a member of the Board of Academic Advisors for the Free State Foundation, which for years has received support from large telecommunications trade groups such as NCTA - The Internet and Television Association, and CTIA, which represents U.S. wireless corporations, according to the Center for Public Integrity’s non-profit donations database.

Officials with Crown Castle, Comcast, TDS Telecom, and Utah’s Cole, who serves as the BDAC vice chairman, declined to comment.

Telecoms vs. Cities

At BDAC’s first meeting in April, Kelly McGriff, general counsel at Southern Light, which provides wireless infrastructure along the U.S. Gulf Coast and is now part of Uniti Group Inc., said broadband projects have been delayed by six months in some cities because municipal officials don’t understand the infrastructure they’re tasked with approving.

Larry Thompson, CEO of the National Exchange Carrier Association, which includes more than 1,300 member telephone companies, said local permitting rules cost one of its members $700,000 to cover environmental, historical preservation and other reviews before expanding their network.

“I see time and time again things like that happening where that money could’ve gone a long ways towards actually building the broadband network rather than the preliminary stuff leading up to the broadband network," Thompson said.

City officials said they understand the need for the technology, pointing out that more than 500 municipalities operate their own broadband networks, including Carter’s Santa Monica. Officials also said the fees telecommunications companies pay are necessary for ongoing maintenance of the public property the cells and poles occupy.

Some broadband companies concede that a lack of local government representation on the committee may present a problem.

“We have a lot of groups who are concerned that they’re not at the table,” David Don, vice president of regulatory policy at Comcast, said at the BDAC’s July meeting. “And if they don’t feel included, not only are they outside throwing [darts] at this process, but then in the end it’s those groups that we want to adopt these model codes.”

What Pai has done by loading up the panel with industry representatives is, in the end, “pretty standard in Washington,” said Sarah Treul, a political science professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. “The FCC expects certain outcomes from this advisory committee.”
 

 

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I can't give this the kind of time this needs right now but, this will serve as a jumping 'into' point.

This has to do with 5G wireless communication that the globalists are hell bent on ramming down our throats.

Here's what is interesting.

San Diego State Faculty and students (I'm convinced) have been unwitting Guinea pigs who are dropping dead like flies from brain cancer.  The students and faculty who have been affected the most live near a tower, with what appears to be microwave transmitting devices.


Image of the tower at Nasatir Hall - on the San Diego State University campus:


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Tom Wheeler, the 'star' of the video above, was FCC Chairman under Barack Obama.
The new FCC Chairman, Ajit V. Pai, appointed by TRUMP, has the following to say about 5G...

From:
https://apps.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/DOC-343903A1.pdf

REMARKS OF FCC CHAIRMAN AJIT PAI
AT CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY’S
SOFTWARE ENGINEERING INSTITUTE
“BRINGING THE BENEFITS OF THE DIGITAL AGE TO ALL AMERICANS”
PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA
MARCH 15, 2017


(page 4)
"... Fourth and finally, I believe that a healthy respect for the free market doesn’t mean that
government has no role. For example, the FCC must protect consumers and promote public
safety. And it will be critical for the agency to be proactive in freeing up more wireless spectrum
to allow consumers to benefit from the next generation of wireless services, known as 5G.

So those are the four principles: the importance of digital empowerment, the need for
ubiquitous Internet access, the power of competitive free markets, and light-touch regulation. ..."

(pages 7-8)

"...I’d like to offer one last note on promoting innovation—and I realize this could be its
own speech. The United States must continue to lead the world in wireless innovation. We led
the way in the deployment of 4G LTE, and we must do the same in 5G. With 5G, we can use
millimeter wave spectrum to produce multi-gigabit speeds.
5G could transform the wireless
world and provide even more robust competition to wired networks.

Last year, the FCC opened up nearly 11 GHz of spectrum in the bands above 24 GHz for
mobile use. This gives operators a clear path to launching 5G and other innovative millimeter
wave services in the United States. Moreover, we designated portions of these spectrum bands
for both licensed commercial wireless use and for unlicensed or short-range devices, recognizing
that there is a synergy between them that makes possible new applications, including the Internet
of Things.


Our efforts to facilitate 5G deployments haven’t stopped there.
We’ve authorized operators to launch 5G trials at cell sites across America. They’ll be
starting those trials by the middle of this year. And we’re currently considering whether to open
up even more spectrum in the millimeter wave bands for 5G and other uses. It’s my intent to
move forward quickly to do just that.


Finally, to bring everything full circle, 5G will require a lot of infrastructure, given the
“densification” of 5G networks. We’ll need to deploy millions of small cells across the country,
as well as many more miles of fiber
. So when it comes to realizing the promise of 5G,
streamlining rules to lower the cost of infrastructure deployment will be as important as
allocating spectrum..."

====================================

Tom Wheeler (Obama), champion for 5g rollout - has been succeeded by Ajit Pai (Trump) champion for 5g rollout.

There is NO LEFT vs. RIGHT - there is only ONE party.
It's the party in charge while we argue and fight with each other.

Trump tweets, the media picks up the ball and keeps us fighting amongst ourselves.


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Ajit V. Pai (FCC Chairman under Trump)...

"We’ve authorized operators to launch 5G trials at cell sites across America.
They’ll be starting those trials by the middle of this year."



Just to review:

Coincidence or Cluster?
http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/Coincidence-or-Cluster.html
By Tony Shin



Is it a cancer cluster or just coincidence?  That's a question some students and faculty at Nasatir Hall at San Diego State University are asking after four people have been diagnosed with brain cancer.
Since 1993, one graduate student and three professors have developed brain cancer, according to some faculty members. All of the cancer patients spent long hours inside or near room 131 at Nasatir Hall.
The building houses the Political Science Department.  The most recent case involved a graduate student who was also a teacher's aide for Professor Nancy Speckmann.
"He was only 27 when he died, he didn't deserve a death like that," Speckmann said.  The graduate student died of brain cancer last October.
After his death, faculty members realized two professors suffered from the same form of cancer, according to Speckmann.  A third professor is currently battling a different type of brain cancer.
"The coincidence is high in a small hallway like this of numbers of people who've come up sick," Speckmann said.
SDSU is aware of the situation according to media relations director Greg Block.  "In the summer of 2007, we did a review of the building and found no occupational health hazards," Block said.
He also said the building does contain asbestos but  that  "asbestos is typically a respiratory problem and not brain cancer."
Some, including political science graduate student Jon-Patrick Allem, believe testing needs to be done to the room for other possible contaminants.
"I probably would stay away from it until they illustrate that this is just a coincidence or random chance," said Allem.
There are no plans for any other testing according to Block.
Published at 3:56 PM PDT on Jul 17, 2009 | Updated at 1:23 PM PDT on Mar 10, 2009

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Just to review:

Coincidence or Cluster?
http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/Coincidence-or-Cluster.html
By Tony Shin



Is it a cancer cluster or just coincidence?  That's a question some students and faculty at Nasatir Hall at San Diego State University are asking after four people have been diagnosed with brain cancer.
Since 1993, one graduate student and three professors have developed brain cancer, according to some faculty members. All of the cancer patients spent long hours inside or near room 131 at Nasatir Hall.
The building houses the Political Science Department.  The most recent case involved a graduate student who was also a teacher's aide for Professor Nancy Speckmann.
"He was only 27 when he died, he didn't deserve a death like that," Speckmann said.  The graduate student died of brain cancer last October.
After his death, faculty members realized two professors suffered from the same form of cancer, according to Speckmann.  A third professor is currently battling a different type of brain cancer.
"The coincidence is high in a small hallway like this of numbers of people who've come up sick," Speckmann said.
SDSU is aware of the situation according to media relations director Greg Block.  "In the summer of 2007, we did a review of the building and found no occupational health hazards," Block said.
He also said the building does contain asbestos but  that  "asbestos is typically a respiratory problem and not brain cancer."
Some, including political science graduate student Jon-Patrick Allem, believe testing needs to be done to the room for other possible contaminants.
"I probably would stay away from it until they illustrate that this is just a coincidence or random chance," said Allem.
There are no plans for any other testing according to Block.
Published at 3:56 PM PDT on Jul 17, 2009 | Updated at 1:23 PM PDT on Mar 10, 2009

What's going on at SDSU absolutely is a joint project with DARPA and the University of California at San Diego.   

Is it JUST a 'coincidence' that local San Diego reporters 'can't' get this story out nationally without someone inside the corporate media squashing the story.

There is absolutely no doubt that what these ding dongs (DARPA) are attempting to do (at the expense of all these people's lives) is figure out a way to diminish the 'effects' (death) of this 5G broadcast so cancer can NOT be EASILY BLAMED on the wave, once these transmitters are put up everywhere.

ALSO...

What the hell is wrong with these people at SDSU?  They should be mobbing the tower and pulling it down.

Of course, this operation maybe moved somewhere else since this tower has received so much attention.
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I've been seeing these, idk what to even call them, transmitter things being erected around my town. I've been wondering wth they are and I just realized this thread is about 5G so I haven't read too much or looked into pictures or w/e is here. I'll definitely get a picture now, as I've been procrastinating. They've been going up along roads for maybe 6 months now. I'll get a picture either later today or Monday.

They look like a traffic signal light at it's base and are just as high, maybe higher, but at the top is a symmetrical shaft maybe three feet high with a smooth surface. They're going up near signal lights or even at random all on their own on the side of the road.

I mean you look at one of these things and wonder, what is that even for?! I know what the emergency vehicle override sensors and surveillance cameras look like. But the those are strictly at intersections with signal lights.
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Here it is. The ones here in town are more sleek and "contemporary" looking though  :P

And they're being placed only for that thing on the top.



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For example . . . .

Thousands of mini mobile masts to be hidden in Lambeth's lamp posts
http://www.cityam.com/269930/thousands-mini-mobile-masts-hidden-lambeths-lamp-posts

Lambeth's lampposts are set to play a pivotal role in boosting London's mobile phone coverage.

Some 15,000 of them in the borough are to be used by telecoms mast and tower giant Arqiva to house small mobile transmitters.

So-called "small cells" are units are to be installed onto street furniture and to the sides of buildings to boost mobile capacity. They can also be put inside venues such as shopping centres, where increased footfall puts a strain on existing communications infrastructure.

Arqiva said the small cells are "crucial" to the roll out of super fast 5G technology.

READ MORE
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5G Danger
« Reply #20 on: May 20, 2019, 08:52:09 pm »
 

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https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-05-20/5g-danger-100s-respected-scientists-sound-alarm-about-health-effects-5g-networks-go
5G Danger: 100s Of Respected Scientists Sound Alarm About Health Effects As 5G Networks Go Global
Mon, 05/20/2019 - 17:45
Authored by Michael Snyder via The End of The American Dream blog,
http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/5g-danger-hundreds-of-respected-scientists-sound-the-alarm-about-health-effects-as-5g-networks-go-up-nationwide

Even though many in the scientific community are loudly warning about the potential health effects that 5G technology could have on the general population, Verizon and AT&T are starting to put up their 5G networks in major cities all across the nation.

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Today, there is a growing body of scientific evidence that indicates that the electromagnetic radiation that we are constantly being bombarded with is not good for us.  Hundreds of scientists that are engaged in research in this area have signed the “International EMF Scientist Appeal”, and this is how that document begins…

We are scientists engaged in the study of biological and health effects of non-ionizing electromagnetic fields (EMF). Based upon peer-reviewed, published research, we have serious concerns regarding the ubiquitous and increasing exposure to EMF generated by electric and wireless devices. These include–but are not limited to–radiofrequency radiation (RFR) emitting devices, such as cellular and cordless phones and their base stations, Wi-Fi, broadcast antennas, smart meters, and baby monitors as well as electric devices and infra-structures used in the delivery of electricity that generate extremely-low frequency electromagnetic field (ELF EMF).
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In the next paragraph, we are told that “cancer risk”, “genetic damages”, “functional changes of the reproductive system”, and “neurological disorders” are some of the health risks that have been discovered by the scientific research that has been conducted so far…

Numerous recent scientific publications have shown that EMF affects living organisms at levels well below most international and national guidelines. Effects include increased cancer risk, cellular stress, increase in harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes of the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being in humans. Damage goes well beyond the human race, as there is growing evidence of harmful effects to both plant and animal life.

And remember, 5G technology is going to take all of this to an entirely new level.
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