1) An excellent video interview with Dr. Rubik, author of a major paper showing possible association between 5G and Covid.
She has studied wireless radiation for years and is speaking re. the dangers posed to life on earth.
REPORT 276: DR. BEVERLY RUBIK ON WIRELESS AND 5G HARMS TO BIOFIELDS, BLOOD, LIFE/COVID-5G CONNECTION
“Educative and alerting conversation with biophysicist Dr. Beverly Rubik, author of a paper recently published collecting the evidence for a connection between the harms engendered by wireless radiation and 5G and the bio-effects observed or advertised as being part of the COVID conundrum. Dr. Rubik discusses what is known–from a century of EMF use–of the bio-effects accruing both from EMF and from pulsed EMF, which is what 5G is, a vastly more intense form of radiation operating at super-high frequencies which inevitably lead to harmful effects on the human biofield, on red blood cells, and on all insect and plant life.”
https://www.bitchute.com/video/i5Wt6JI5rhGZ/ (55 min.)
2) Another player in the low orbit satellite business and this one is Chinese. Just what we need, cheap, mass-produced satellites.
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China enters the LEO space race
“The company this week launched China’s first low-Earth orbit (LEO) broadband satellite constellatio, reported state-owned news outlet CGTN, which it hopes will one day offer an alternative choice to SpaceX’s Starlink service.
Six 5G-capable satellites were deployed, joining a seventh test satellite that was launched back in January 2020. Each one boasts 40 Gbps of capacity and can provide 30 minutes of coverage before handing off to the next satellite. It’s worth noting also – given the Chinese government’s penchant for keeping tabs on the populace – that each one is also capable of taking pictures and video. According to GalaxySpace’s Website, design and production of these six satellites took just 11 months.
The launch “proved that China has the capability to build satellite Internet constellations at large scale, which includes the ability to mass-produce satellites at low cost as well as to operate a network,” said GalaxySpace co-founder Chang Ming, in the CGTN report.”
China launches satellites to test first low-orbit internet constellation
“The LEO broadband communication satellites, each weighing 190 kilograms, were mass-produced by China’s private satellite developer GalaxySpace. These satellites will be part of a testing network of satellite internet, nicknamed “Mini-spider Constellation,” the company said.”
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