Before You Get that Fancy New 5G Phone...

Matt Watts

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You might want to read the attached document.

And if one of these powerful towers is placed anywhere near your home, consider moving.



Notice how the tower appears somewhat blurry where the rest of the photograph seems okay.  That's the intense millimeter wave radiation actually distorting the image.  If it will do that to photons of light, imagine what it will do to the cells in your body.  The photographer of this image (Gary Holland) lives in Las Vegas where this technology is being deployed.  He became physically ill taking these photographs and is rather certain as to the cause of his immediate (within one minute) infliction.

This stuff will mess you up and THEY have known it for almost 50 years.

Lynx

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Well if that ain't amazing.
At a first glance I thought it was birds occupying the antennas.
Hard to downplay the effects when camera images gets distorted that way.
Thanks for the heads up.
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Lets hope more people in Las Vegas finds that mast and takes tons of pictures of it.
I wonder if it also would distort video cams that way?
Appalling.

thx1138v2

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It would be interesting to see a photo taken with an old film and paper camera. It could be that the emissions are just jacking with the digital camera and/or its sensors.

Yes, I read the attachment. And I saw this: "Note: These effects are listed without comment or endorsement since the literature abounds with conflicting reports."

Apoc4lypse

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Abandon hope all ye who enter here.

I checked one out near me and ended up in a psychiatric hospital... not for trespassing but like I went in my self a few days later because I couldn't think right had to go back on my old medication... strange times we live in... soon were going to have to do what they say I feel like no matter what. RF weaponry as has been discussed in many conspiracy theories... its more like harmonic waves in all different spectrum's that they can use to manipulate molecules I believe its based off of what tesla knew about wireless energy but being utilized for a means of control.

Strange times we live in... :yoda: :emperor:

If you ask me, psychiatrists psychologists pretty much run the world because both study and attempt to manipulate human behavior to societies liking, whatever that may be.


Matt Watts

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Quote from thx1138v2 on August 8th, 06:43 AM
It would be interesting to see a photo taken with an old film and paper camera. It could be that the emissions are just jacking with the digital camera and/or its sensors.
I would actually expect that.  What's strange though is how it effects some pixels and not all pixels.  That tells me the camera isn't able to compensate the entire image equally.
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Yes, I read the attachment. And I saw this: "Note: These effects are listed without comment or endorsement since the literature abounds with conflicting reports."
Yeap, saw that too.  Maybe a polite way of saying, "We uncovered the following data, do with it what you want."

In the end, people will vote with their wallet.  When everyone is forced to upgrade to a new 5G phone, if they go along with it, I suppose they deserve what they get.  I don't see any hope of rebellion against this, too many people love their high-speed Internet access.  They'll hop onboard even if the technology cuts their lifespan in half.  Just a note, I didn't post this for those people.  I posted it for people that walk a different path--those that take responsibility for their own destiny.

haxar

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In continuing the 9/11 narrative:
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thesource.metro.net/2018/08/14/tsa-and-l-a-metro-partner-to-provide-advanced-passenger-screening-system/

Metro has purchased several Thruvision TAC-TS4 portable terahertz millimeter wave passenger screening devices. The units can be placed at locations throughout the Metro system and are equipped with software that quickly and unobtrusively screens individuals for concealed threats. The units can identify both metallic and non-metallic objects.

The devices identify objects that block the naturally-occurring waves produced by a person’s body. When an object is hidden in clothing or strapped to a person, these waves are blocked and detected by the system’s software. The software generates generic avatars and creates either a black spot on the area of the body where the item is concealed or overlays a color indicator. The technology does not emit radiation of any kind and no anatomical details are displayed. The device allows law enforcement agents and Metro Security to screen rail and bus patrons without disrupting foot traffic and to take decisive, pre-emptive action if suspicious items are found.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRh6GGTynTE
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Just a person
August 14, 2018 at 3:35 pm

Great, tell the terrorists what type of technology you are using. That way they know what to do. There are several ways to defeat this system.
They're "the first in the country" to install this in their transit system, as said in the video. Measure M was passed to fund rail projects, not to fund this technology.

Matt Watts

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The technology does not emit radiation of any kind ...
Yeah and pigs fly routinely from the U.S. to China and back.


Sadly, I'll bet over half the population actually believe that rubbish.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YwhxeaVfk3s