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5G - Are We Safe Or Insane?

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1 hour ago, esldude said:

I'm not at all worried about 5G radiation.

 

Well there is a neurosurgeon that regularly warns about  brain tumors/tumours from using mobile phones. I guess he sees a lot of brain tumor patients tho and they were all mobile phone users!🤔

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Sometimes I do wonder which scientist is trustworthy and we have all experienced lies from scientists and experts.  I can still recall in my teenage, people started eating magarine because sceintist claimed it is a healthy substitute of butter but now scientists are reversing the claim. 

 

Some scientists warn not to eat so many eggs and in particular eat only the egg white and not the yolk but again some scientists now are reversing the claim.

 

Here they talk about the effect of wi-fi on health but I would like to ask the question of why only wi-fi.  Do I need to be a scientist to know that too much wave of any kind will affect health or even harzardous, i.e. sea wave (tsunami), sound wave (sonic weapons), solar wave, electrical wave, magnetic wave.

 

 

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39 minutes ago, MetalNuts said:

Sometimes I do wonder which scientist is trustworthy and we have all experienced lies from scientists and experts.  I can still recall in my teenage, people started eating magarine because sceintist claimed it is a healthy substitute of butter but now scientists are reversing the claim. 

 

Some scientists warn not to eat so many eggs and in particular eat only the egg white and not the yolk but again some scientists now are reversing the claim.

 

Here they talk about the effect of wi-fi on health but I would like to ask the question of why only wi-fi.  Do I need to be a scientist to know that too much wave of any kind will affect health or even harzardous, i.e. sea wave (tsunami), sound wave (sonic weapons), solar wave, electrical wave, magnetic wave.

 

 

 

Absolutely agree. In truth it is just noise and nonsense from faith based believers pretending, nay demanding it's science - it is scientism.

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There are papers published in reputable biological journals re Ca++ channel interference by freq.s in this range.  Unclear what issues that may cause for a phone user (nor did I spend much time on evaluation of the papers).

 

 

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Just now, Ralf11 said:

There are papers published in reputable biological journals re Ca++ channel interference by freq.s in this range.  Unclear what issues that may cause for a phone user (nor did I spend much time on evaluation of the papers).

What is the intensity of the radio waves (compared to the ones used in those studies), and how deep into the body do they penetrate? I'd imagine those frequencies are attenuated pretty quickly by body tissues. Either way, crazy rants aren't helping.

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I used to be a bit more worried about the military radars I dealt with.

 

And at cold war era, some Soviet military radars caused short snap in TV picture within the range, every time the radar antenna pointed towards the TV antenna and sent it's pulse.

 

During same era, some nearby citizens were concerned about several kilometer long high power ELF antennas in UK and US that were used to communicate with submarines.

 

No I don't think I worry about these transmit powers too much.

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You may worry at very high power such as radars or in the field of EM devices like the one in the picture. Otherwise you are free to take some caution and not to sleep with your mobile device on under your pillow....

Among RF or Microwave people we still use to have jokes about how many of us have more girls than boys.

 

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USAF pilots have more girls.

 

RF may get in via the eye sockets for some phone users.  I'd like to kill many phone users anyway...

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3 hours ago, Axial said:

5G is a huge advancement in creating more and more specialised expert doctors for a way more increased diagnosed infected cancerous sick society from the disastrous effects of 5G on humanity and its environment. The financial rewards are huge, outofthisorbit. It will create so many jobs in the medicine sector that there will be more doctors than patients...several doctors per patient in trying to cure them all,

 

I am opposed to this. Doctors' fees would plummet

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2 hours ago, mansr said:

Are you for real? I can't even determine which kind of crazy that is.

You have to read the humor and the serious all in between.

Life's short, and many more will come after us ...

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2 hours ago, mansr said:

What is the intensity of the radio waves (compared to the ones used in those studies), and how deep into the body do they penetrate? I'd imagine those frequencies are attenuated pretty quickly by body tissues. Either way, crazy rants aren't helping.

You're not reading the links, I can tell. Read them all and we can have an advanced discussion. 

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2 hours ago, Miska said:

I used to be a bit more worried about the military radars I dealt with.

 

And at cold war era, some Soviet military radars caused short snap in TV picture within the range, every time the radar antenna pointed towards the TV antenna and sent it's pulse.

 

During same era, some nearby citizens were concerned about several kilometer long high power ELF antennas in UK and US that were used to communicate with submarines.

 

No I don't think I worry about these transmit powers too much.

Did you read about some US and Canadian diplomats in Cuba regarding brain damage caused from high frequencies technology most likely used by Russians? 

 

It's one of the latest, it started quite some time ago (2016):

• https://www.ndtv.com/world-news/another-diplomat-has-havana-syndrome-brain-injury-in-cuba-what-we-know-so-far-1957263

 

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