1) Censorship re. EHS, 5G, etc. is alive and well in the UK. A recent poster that asked “How safe is 5g?”, and cited the NTP and Ramazzini studies among its sources, was banned.
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5G AWARENESS POSTER BANNED IN THE UK
“This 5G awareness poster by Electrosensitivity UK http://www.es-uk.info/ has been banned by the Ads Council. It is the second poster on the health impact of wireless banned by the Ads Council despite the hundreds of scientific papers provided to the Ads Council.”
The Electrosensitivity UK head, Michael Bevington, responded with this press release.
Press Release and Response to the ASA Ruling of January 8 2020 by ES-UK on the Information Poster asking ‘How safe is 5G?’
2) An old YouTube about car fobs which might interest people who don’t believe our bodies are good antennas for EMR. Some interesting information on this site, too.
Car Fob Experiment.
3) The telecoms are hoping to get use of frequencies (or part of them) for 5G, even though they are now being used by others, even federal radar users. Sounds as if things could get complicated.
2020 Preview: Mid-band spectrum finally inches to U.S. market
“That’s because the 3.5 GHz auction of the licensed portion of the Citizens Broadband Radio Services (CBRS) band will commence on June 25, 2020, and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has said it will start a C-band auction, for the 3.7-4.2 GHz spectrum, before the end of 2020.
While the 3.5 GHz band was allocated for 5G in other countries, the U.S. chose to use it for CBRS, which involves sharing parts of it with incumbent federal radar users….
The problem is satellite operators currently use the C-band to deliver services for broadcasters, radio stations and others, so the FCC needs to decide how it’s going to motivate the satellite players to relocate before the wireless carriers can bid on it and eventually move in.
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I’m not sure about the universe.” ― Albert Einstein