Is 5G going to kill us all?

Electric Chicken

Jock
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in my area they just installed a 5G node that looks like a mail box perfect for BBQing :D
Amazing coincidence. My neighbor just installed a mailbox that looks like a 5G node.

Wait. You commiefornicators are weird...a mailbox for BBQing??
 

krelithous

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Amazing coincidence. My neighbor just installed a mailbox that looks like a 5G node.

Wait. You commiefornicators are weird...a mailbox for BBQing??
yea all the radiation that comes from these things that the tin foil hats are afraid of. but i bet they don't think of that when there on there cell phones or sitting in front of there wifi routers or using there microwave ovens :coocoo: . sorry everything has some kind of electromagnetic radiation coming from it
 

ironpony

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yea all the radiation that comes from these things that the tin foil hats are afraid of. but i bet they don't think of that when there on there cell phones or sitting in front of there wifi routers or using there microwave ovens :coocoo: . sorry everything has some kind of electromagnetic radiation coming from it
That's why you should just totally wrap yourself in tin foil - especially in Commiefornia.
 

krelithous

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5G is here. Is it a technological leap forward — or a health concern?

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5G taps into millimeter waves at the top of the radio spectrum, which have not previously been used for telecommunication. The higher waves allow for faster transfer of data, but they also don’t travel through buildings, trees and rain like previous generations of wireless, which operate on lower wavelengths.

That means wireless companies must install more equipment with 5G than they did with previous generations of wireless. That includes new base stations and antennas on parking garages, or equipment on light poles that fill gaps for cellular coverage.

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5g radiation is non ionizing wich is not energenic enough to cause health effects. i would be worried more about ultraviolet radiation from the sun or xray machines wich is a more powerful type of radation wich is known as ionizing radation. i think that i would be more concerned with people tracking my ass down more than radation :confused-96:
 
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krelithous

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Amazing coincidence. My neighbor just installed a mailbox that looks like a 5G node.

Wait. You commiefornicators are weird...a mailbox for BBQing??
hell there putting nodes in man holes to :stare1:. it's not just us commmieforinans that are using mail boxes for nodes it will be the hole damm usa. everyone wants the whole place to look beautiful you know pukes. why do i need to use a mail box when i can just use my phone for BBQing :confused-96: :biglaugh: :D maybe i'll go roast some marsh mellows over the whole home modem& router:D. hell there putting tin cans on phone poles all over the place around here!!! funny thing is verizon started there 5G down in skid row in the freaking ghetto. what homeless person can afford 5G let alone the phones!!! i guess maybe there gonna nuke the homeless :D
 
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ironpony

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5g radiation is non ionizing wich is not energenic enough to cause health effects. i would be worried more about ultraviolet radiation from the sun or xray machines wich is a more powerful type of radation wich is known as ionizing radation. i think that i would be more concerned with people tracking my ass down more than radation :confused-96:
UV and X-rays aren't "ionizing radiation," they are high frequency electromagnetic waves. Alpha and beta particle emission from radioactive decay of heavy molecules like uranium and plutonium is ionizing radiation.
 
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