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5G - Thoughts?

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I read an article about this a while back but I can't locate it. It did say that the primary sources of radio emissions in the home were devices in the home itself, not those which you might expect, and that 4G and 5G had minimal impact.

But then that might be from the perspective of limited time exposure (you change devices, you turn them on and off) as opposed to continuous exposure that you cannot escape.

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The 5g radio freq. are way away from anything dangerous.

The UK deployment will be on the bands used for analogue telly.

The whole 5g lunacy is a bunch of thick mainly wimmin - I dont understand it therefore it causes cancer.

Your link is by the fuckwitted loons who are clueless to the amount of EMF activity that occurs even without humans.

The yhave a link - Drs n Eng against 5g. A quick go thru the UK ones are just a number of cranks and loons.

The wider issue is the HE tends to collect people who are, basically, lunatics.

 

https://www.ageofautism.com/2018/10/petition-to-halt-5g-radiation-on-earth-and-in-space.html

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, spygirl 🏆 said:

The 5g radio freq. are way away from anything dangerous.

The UK deployment will be on the bands used for analogue telly.

The whole 5g lunacy is a bunch of thick mainly wimmin - I dont understand it therefore it causes cancer.

Your link is by the fuckwitted loons who are clueless to the amount of EMF activity that occurs even without humans.

The yhave a link - Drs n Eng against 5g. A quick go thru the UK ones are just a number of cranks and loons.

The wider issue is the HE tends to collect people who are, basically, lunatics.

 

https://www.ageofautism.com/2018/10/petition-to-halt-5g-radiation-on-earth-and-in-space.html

 

 

 

This.

People were happy to have a 1 Megawatt TV transmitter in the middle of a populated area.

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4 minutes ago, whitevanman said:

What is 5G for? Is 4G not fast enough?

Porn.

Always porn.

If Mary Whitehouse could see the binary encodings of 2 girls, 1 cup .... shed exploded.

Heres a clip from a film which has a donkey and a pig in it:

0x11224488ddeeff999aaa000bbbccc6668888

 

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10 minutes ago, spygirl 🏆 said:

Porn.

Always porn.

If Mary Whitehouse could see the binary encodings of 2 girls, 1 cup .... shed exploded.

Heres a clip from a film which has a donkey and a pig in it:

0x11224488ddeeff999aaa000bbbccc6668888

 

No it doesn't.

It has an 0x.

1 minute ago, MrPin said:

Crystal Palace!

Indeed! And South London remained civilised until they turned it off!

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I posted a thread way back; there is a test network at Bristol University that has been linked with a cluster of suicides there.

As a luddite I don't want it but then I don't want anything wireless including mobile phones; though I do have one.

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1 hour ago, spygirl 🏆 said:

The UK deployment will be on the bands used for analogue telly.

This.

It’s actually one of the em bands that has been in heavy use for quite some time. Scaremongering stories refer to it as 5g radiation as if it’s some new thing that you haven’t been exposed to before, like one of those dihydrogen oxide is the biggest killer known to man meme.

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1 hour ago, Captain Cavey said:

And a bbc

An Ox with a so-called big black c*ck?

I'll definitely have to watch it now.

34 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

I posted a thread way back; there is a test network at Bristol University that has been linked with a cluster of suicides there.

As a luddite I don't want it but then I don't want anything wireless including mobile phones; though I do have one.

Orange - sorry, EE, has a test network in Bristol.

And I do not believe 5g has anything to do with suicides.

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And there was I thinking that this was a thread about Chinese cyber-espionage. FWIW I doubt that there’s a single piece of Huawei kit that isn’t back doored in some way or other and no-one without the ability to decompile silicon is going to be able to spot it until it’s way too late.

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3 minutes ago, TheBlueCat said:

And there was I thinking that this was a thread about Chinese cyber-espionage. FWIW I doubt that there’s a single piece of Huawei kit that isn’t back doored in some way or other and no-one without the ability to decompile silicon is going to be able to spot it until it’s way too late.

Simpler than iinterception of communications would be the ability to remotely turn off the West's telecommunication systems.

From all the Intelligence service's concern about Huwawei, I expect the CIA, MI5, etc. know more than they are telling us.

 

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2 minutes ago, Happy Renting said:

Simpler than iinterception of communications would be the ability to remotely turn off the West's telecommunication systems.

From all the Intelligence service's concern about Huwawei, I expect the CIA, MI5, etc. know more than they are telling us.

 

Yes, that too. I’m imagining two 8K packets in a row with specific random looking content that would cause a piece of Huawei kit to do something - e.g. shutdown and permanently bork itself. The odds of receiving those packets accidentally would be infinitesimally small so there would no hint this could happen before the event.

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1 hour ago, Carl Fimble said:

That’s what I’ve thought, there’s no need for it. I was fine with 3G, and 4G is faster than I need. 

supposed to be essential for internet of things and autonomous cars

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3 minutes ago, ashestoashes said:

supposed to be essential for internet of things and autonomous cars

Ah, so it’s needed for their control grid, and essential to the digitisation of our slavery. 

Fair enough then!

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43 minutes ago, Hail the Tripod said:

This.

It’s actually one of the em bands that has been in heavy use for quite some time. Scaremongering stories refer to it as 5g radiation as if it’s some new thing that you haven’t been exposed to before, like one of those dihydrogen oxide is the biggest killer known to man meme.

Does it not make quite a difference though- a handful of powerful transmitters spaced out throughout the country vs tens of millions of (admittedly much lower powered) transceivers in everyone’s pockets? Plus the tens/hundreds of thousands of base stations to handle the calls and data. 

I dunno. 

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3 hours ago, spunko said:

I am reading more and more about the supposed dangers, but I can't make up my mind if it's all conspiraloon or genuine. Is there already a thread on this? If not, I wondered what DOSBODers thoughts are.

Example: https://es-ireland.com/5g-5th-generation-greater-dangers/

I wouldn't waste my time worrying about this at all. Compared to everyday risks we face, this one is close to zero.

The first deployment of 5G in the UK will be on the 700 MHz band, then 3.6-3.8 GHz, but we will have to go to the mm-wave frequencies, 24+ GHz, and small cell sizes, or we won't get the high (5G) data rates.

Fundamentally, the reason not to worry is that microwave/ mmWaves are non-ionising -- they can't eject an electron from an atom, and can't (simplistically, anyway) break bonds in DNA etc.

I wouldn't point a microwave magnetron at my eyeball, but in that case the danger is local heating.  

At my work, we have a cloud chamber showing cosmic ray showers -- ionising radiation -- continuously incident  on us.  It's amazing to look at, but life deals with the resulting damage without much of a problem.

 

 

 

  

Edited by Transistor Man

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8 minutes ago, Carl Fimble said:

Does it not make quite a difference though- a handful of powerful transmitters spaced out throughout the country vs tens of millions of (admittedly much lower powered) transceivers in everyone’s pockets? Plus the tens/hundreds of thousands of base stations to handle the calls and data. 

I dunno. 

Well it would be much more diffuse, you wouldn’t have the enormous intensity that Crystal Palace has subjected London to for the last 80 years.

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