1) An interview with Arthur Firstenberg that could be very interesting — listen to his history, how he became sensitive, the effect it had on his life and his efforts over the years to educate people about EMR. Available until Friday AM. Hopefully, it will be available via an archive. About an hour long.
ElectricSense Interview With Arthur Firstenberg
2) A very innovative and deceptive means of spreading misinformation about 5G. Verizon is asking for people to provide their “myths” so Verizon can debunk them. No matter what the question or concern, it’s a myth and Verizon will “put your mind at ease.”
3) The US military plans to begin tests using 5G in various ways. I wonder if it will be using Huawei technology….
Pentagon to Test 5G at 4 U.S. Bases Despite Warnings From Security Experts, The U.S. Navy, NASA, Doctors, Engineers, Environmentalists, Meteorologists, and More
“The Defense Department will soon begin prototyping and testing 5G technology at a handful of its bases, and it’s looking to industry for help.
On Wednesday, the Pentagon announced that in the coming months it will kick off a “large-scale” effort to explore various applications of 5G technology. The program will initially focus on three different 5G use cases and take place across four yet-unnamed domestic military installations.”
4) More 5G satellites are being planned, many thousands of them, some of which are already emitting radiation all over the earth. This industry article mentions some concerns, like the possible interference with weather satellites, or having so many that it could be hard to view stars, etc., or that they might interfere with nocturnal animals…..a horror in the making right now.
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Space Companies Are Investing Big in 5G Technology
“Many space entities are rushing to be trendsetters in 5G. For example, SpaceX has received approval to launch nearly 12,000 Starlink internet satellites (and recently applied to loft up to 30,000 more). In May, SpaceX launched its first 60 Starlink craft, which operate at a low-Earth-orbit altitude of about 342 miles (550 kilometers). (For comparison, the International Space Station orbits about 250 miles, or 400 km, above Earth.)
OneWeb has satellite-internet plans as well. The company plans to assemble a constellation of nearly 650 satellites to make web access easier around the world. OneWeb launched the first group of six satellites in February aboard a Soyuz rocket provided by European launch company Arianespace. These satellites circle Earth in near-polar orbits, at an altitude of roughly 750 miles (1,200 km). Amazon and Facebook are among the other companies planning 5G satellite networks.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” Edmund Burke or John Stuart Mill…