1) A community in Massachusetts has been an innovator in providing utilities to its residents. They have owned and operated electrical and cable services for decades, and since 1999 they provided internet service. Now they are planning to expand improved services via fiber optic cable networks owned by the community. This is a way to help control the environment and exposure to EMR as well enforced grids such as 5G.
Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, Planning Fiber-to-the-Home Upgrade
“In order to develop a strategy based on the needs of subscribers, the utility has conducted surveys to determine how the community rate electric, video, voice, and Internet access service. While respondents rated satisfaction for all services high — between 75% and 94.2% — they also considered local control a priority: 83 percent supported the policy.
The Community Advocate reported that a majority of respondents expressed interest in fiber optic connectivity and are willing to put their money into fast, affordable, reliable Internet access…
Interestingly, 51 percent would also be willing to spend $5 to $10 more per month to have Fiber-to- the-Home (FTTH) Internet service and that 41.4 percent thought broadband investment should be prioritized.”
2) New technology has been tested which would make power lines cell transmitters, using the electrical system to envelop every building with EMR without our permission or choice. This means of delivering 5G milliwaves would be more efficient and would use the “smart grid” — aka our smeters. Only those communities that own and control their utilities will escape this.
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5G AirGig: What is It and Should You Be Worried?
“AirGig is a new technology developed by AT&T to transfer Wi-Fi and wireless data over power lines using 4G LTE and 5G millimeter waves. To date, AT&T has submitted over 500 patents and applications related to the AirGig technology, which turns existing power lines into transmitters. According to AT&T’s glowing press releases, AirGig could even replace cell towers…
The AirGig technology aims to provide “ultra-fast” broadband Wi-Fi anywhere there are power lines, offering “last-mile wireless connectivity” without the need for deployment of any new fiber-to-the-home. As “last-mile” suggests, AT&T is framing its AirGig technology as a solution for extending wireless access to virtually everyone on the planet…
The use of millimeter waves in a typical wireless configuration has limited range in comparison with equipment operating in other spectrum bands, but AT&T’s planned use of power line infrastructure as a “wave guide” for AirGig, will help extend the distance that millimeter-wave signals can travel. The testing in Georgia used a combination of millimeter-wave and LTE spectrum.”
3) Experts have been warning that exposure to wireless radiation and wireless devices during pregnancy exposes the fetus to potential harm. This study confirms that exposure to EMF is associated with ADHD.
Association Between Maternal Exposure to Magnetic Field Nonionizing Radiation During Pregnancy and Risk of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Offspring in a Longitudinal Birth Cohort
“Findings This birth cohort study found a statistically significant association between a high level of maternal exposure to magnetic field nonionizing radiation, as captured with a monitoring meter, during pregnancy and an increased risk of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in offspring.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
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