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Big Pharma now taking out Big Tech   The Serious You: How Current Events Affect You

Started Jun-5 by Dee (DLAINEDEE); 1875 views.
WALTER784

From: WALTER784

Jun-11

Showtalk said...

Radiation from 5G suppresses the immune system and makes them catch Covid easily.

I'm sure some people believe that. But not many.

If it were so dangerous as this article says, numerous countries around the world would not be implementing it.

It's just conspiracy theory!

But your data being collected by China's 5G antennas is not theory. And that's why I'm not using 5G as long as it's China's antennas!

FWIW

Showtalk
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From: Showtalk

Jun-12

They don’t understand technology.  5 G isn’t necessary for anything.

Dee (DLAINEDEE)

From: Dee (DLAINEDEE)

Jun-12

So did you opt out from getting the new smart meter?  Which is deadly to your health, and they know it.

Showtalk
Host

From: Showtalk

Jun-12

We were never offered one. I don’t plan to get it.

WALTER784

From: WALTER784

Jun-13

Showtalk said...

They don’t understand technology.  5 G isn’t necessary for anything.

Increased communication speed.

Online gaming.

High resolution cameras for use in remote robotic arm surgery procedures.

High resolution video streaming.

High resolution monitoring/surveillance.

So yeah... none of these are necessary.

FWIW

Showtalk
Host

From: Showtalk

Jun-13

Of all those listed, surgery is the most important if it is needed.

WALTER784

From: WALTER784

Jun-13

Showtalk said...

Of all those listed, surgery is the most important if it is needed.

Well, that technology is still in it's infancy... they've tested 4G on lab animals but the resolutions are not high enough to perform on humans.

And they've performed 5G tests on dummies (replicas of humans) for close to a year now, but no live surgery has yet to be performed here in Japan.

They plan to go live in the near future, but they also require an onsite doctor to take over should the remote doctor be unable to perform the required surgery remotely. So it's going to be a few more years before this becomes commonplace, but 5G is where it starts.

FWIW

Edited to add: [As 5G technology is mainly dominated by China, Japan, the US and many other countries are rapidly developing the next 6G to replace 5G in the not too distant future!]

  • Edited June 13, 2021 11:06 am  by  WALTER784

Moral busybodies are immoral in fact, although they may label themselves moral.

Much as in "1984" the Ministry of Truth was all about creating lies, the Ministry of Peace was all about waging war, the Ministry of Plenty was about scarcity, and the Ministry of Love was all about hate.

Thus they are the opposite of what they label themselves as.

They nailed it right on:

... Conspiracy theories arise because people want simple explanations for complex and frightening events. Most people do not understand the electromagnetic spectrum and therefore might be scared to learn that 5G networks produce radiation.

More importantly, conspiracies have a reassuring function psychologically because they make people feel that someone — even though they may be evil — is in control of events, rather than accepting the harsh reality of disorder and chaos. And most conspiracy theories make the believers feel clever, as if they are the only ones who understand what is really going on. ...

WALTER784 said:

But your data being collected by China's 5G antennas is not theory. And that's why I'm not using 5G as long as it's China's antennas!

Just exchange the text of the falun gong and the history of Tibet, Hong Kong, and Taiwan back and forth in between any actual communication over 5G.

Actually it's not the antennas - it's the underlying network, where they cc: packets of data addressed to China.

The data still has to be carried over US based optical fiber when you are sitting in, say, Miami and talking to someone in Ft Meyers. So a carrier just programs their routers and firewalls to dump anything going to Chinese IP addresses into /dev/null

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