5G is almost here — here’s how everyone’s getting ready

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  1. Minimalist

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    At the beginning of article there is link to NTP site: https://ntp.niehs.nih.gov/results/areas/cellphones/index.html
    At the bottom of that site there are some links to publications. Though you have to subscribe to get to them.
     
  2. Mrkvonic

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    So skip the middle-man interpretation and go directly to what's written in the medical journals.
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    It's easier to share information that is free than the one you have to pay for. Also reading through technical part would probably not be interesting for most readers. So IMO sharing article in this case is better suited for most users than sharing links to pay-for medical publications.
     
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    It is also misinterpretation and journalistic drama.
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    Well, I find that article in line with NTP findings. I guess we just see it differently...
     
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    Apple’s first 5G iPhone will arrive in 2020
    November 2, 2018
    https://www.fastcompany.com/90261969/source-apples-first-5g-iphone-will-arrive-in-2020
     
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    Tackling 5G’s security challenges
    https://5g.co.uk/news/tackling-5gs-security-challenges/4578/
     
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    (Emphasis mine) So why the need to "reduce" anything if there isn't a problem to start with. Out of your own mouth you just admitted some sort of problem. Don't know what the ALARA principle is but .... reduce? Minimize? IF POSSIBLE? SHOULD do? A lot of ifs maybes and might be's .
    Shouldn't a person of real credentials be far above silly also ran labels? Instead of finding your next "conspiracy theory" "paranoia" type labels to aim at people, where's this solution which is going to save mankind from this killgrid with this great patent? Meanwhile the world continues to get fried AND spied on while you have us all waiting.

    However, all the best with that. No matter who you think you are, you won't stop this because this killgrid is by design and it's not paranoia, it's a provable fact, the veracity of which can be substantiated in numerous ways, especially when added together. Here's just one principle to add to the pile: When you get people from many different walks of life that disagree about some major things yet agree on this issue, that is actually a stronger case to made than if the only people who are speaking out about this all agree and their outlook on life is the same. Such is the case with 5G

    If the health risk isn't bad enough there's the total and absolute invasion of privacy. People were NOT designed to be spied on and anyone who ignores that does so to their own peril. The IoTs is the ultimate nightmare and it means you will be fried and spied on everywhere in your home, outside your home and everywhere else, but who want's to curb their love affair with the next "greatest" thing in tech? Whoever is so selfish as to not giving a damn about their privacy or the privacy of others is helping instantiate the worst spy grid/fry grid the world has ever seen. How ironic security and privacy can be so tightly knitted together for some, and have no relationship to others.

    Another person in the UK fighting the 5G issue.

    hxxps://www. youtube.com/watch?v=Wu3B8qteAYI 5G COURT FORGERY AND CRIMINAL EVIDENCE
    hxxps://www. youtube.com/watch?v=7eJwYgcOqoE 5G Hardware Break down..
    hxxps://www. youtube.com/watch?v=k_vd8ba3HBs 5G ANTENNA HARDWARE NOT FROM B&Q
     
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    Don't bring this killgrid into your house especially WiGig. Stand up AGAINST the experiments against humanity and birds and animals and all life.

    Just saw a video on youtube about 5G tested in the Netherlands and numerous birds had heart attacks and other things. What scumbags would do this :( Here's the first couple of entries into a search engine.

    hxxps://principia-scientific.org/unexplained-mass-bird-deaths-during-dutch-5g-experiment/
    hxxps:// www .5gexposed.com/2018/11/04/birds-dying-in-the-hague-i-wonder-why-trans-dutch/
     
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    Nokia signs €2b deals with Chinese carriers ahead of 5G
    November 7, 2018
    https://www.zdnet.com/article/nokia-signs-2b-deals-with-chinese-carriers-ahead-of-5g/
     
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    Vodafone NZ preps network for 5G
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    https://www.zdnet.com/article/vodafone-nz-preps-network-for-5g/
     
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    Intel announces 5G modem for 2019
     
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    EE: 5G is coming to these 16 cities

     
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    The frequency of visible light ranges from 430 terahertz to 750 THz. You don't get cancer from the visible light spectrum. Your argument is illogical. It's inherently flawed: You can't conclude from the effects of one thing to effects of a different thing. As shown by my terahertz example, the wavelength of a electromagnetic wave changes it's properties drastically. Just look at the spectrum with it's x-rays, light, microwave, radio, 50/60 hz AC power

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    Just to clarify that further: Do you know that there are plastics that are transparent to IR, but are totally opaque in visible light? You've probably seen a demonstration of this with a IR camera. And then there are filter for visible light that have such a narrow band at a specific frequency that they only let light with a bandwidth of 0.1nm through! That is bandwidth of just about 106 GHz!
    Now you can image that there are materials that are opaque to 86 GHz, but not 1 or 2.5 or 5 Ghz. And that's why you can't conclude from the behavior of one frequency to another.
     
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    principia scientific is, contrary to it's name, not in any way scientific, but the opposite. They claim for example that CO2 is not a greenhouse gas.
    The other has it's reputation written in it's name: Not trustworthy.
     
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    BMW, Vodafone, Ericsson urge EU to consider 5G car standard

     
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    FCC launches first U.S. high-band 5G spectrum auction
     
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