President Trump and FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Hold 5G Event – 2:30pm Livestream…

President Trump and FCC Chairman Ajit Pai are delivering remarks today on the U.S. 5G wireless network deployment.  Chairman Pai is expected to announce additional funding for rural broadband internet access.

In February, Trump called on U.S. telecommunications companies to boost their work to build faster 5G wireless communications networks, saying they were lagging and at risk of being left behind other countries’ efforts.  Anticipated start time 2:30pm EST

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102 Responses to President Trump and FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Hold 5G Event – 2:30pm Livestream…

  1. fox29mmd says:

    I think there should be a transparent and comprehensive examination of the safety of 5G before deploying it.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Appoint Robert Mueller, Comey and McCabe as “special examiners”?
      Deploy it in “sanctuary” cities and states first?

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    • rashomon says:

      I remember when the medical profession ran head on into using radiation for treating all kinds of infections, especially those in the tonsils and throat, only to find a horrendous increase in cancer of the neck, throat, etc. Remember Roger Ebert? Several of my friends have died similarly thanks to this lack of research. Not so amazingly, many of them worked in dental offices and radiation technology labs in their early twenties.

      It takes about 20 – 25 years for some of these cancers to grow sufficiently for recognition and, by that time, most have metastasized elsewhere and invaded the blood/lymphatic system with cancerous stem cells.

      Research just being released out of Euriope indicates more dangers than we are being told about via use of cell phones, WiFi and other wireless products. 5G is 100x more dangerous as it requires mini-installations every block or so to operate that way it is being sold to the public.

      No way we need to download a movie faster or operate wireless cars while we kill off generations carelessly using this technology. Do your homework and contact the President.

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      • bessie2003 says:

        My late sister was one of those babies, under 6 months old, high dosage of radiation to treat whooping cough; before she was 60 had passed on after having to go through the most virulent form of cancer. There was a study done on that episode of medical experimentation, that was in the days before informed consent was even an inkling of an idea, parents just believed whatever a doctor said was good, was good.

        But we also can’t ignore that 5G, then probably 6 or 7G will be upon us whether we want it or not, if the US doesn’t find way to take the lead and also incorporate the hard lessons of the past, with accountability, is it wise to let other nations that could care less about safety protocols be the winners in this race?

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        • rashomon says:

          Frankly, this idiotic stance that the U.S. has to be the first in every technology regardless of the harm it might do has reached epic proportions. Watching people go through surgery after surgery, chemo that wracks every organ of their bodies…then more radiation (!!!!!) to fix the damage the original radiation did? This nonsense our of our best and brightest medical schools?

          Meanwhile, we have no idea what kind of epigenetic harm this is doing to future generations, babies in the womb, eggs being produced in female fetuses that will affect populations in decades to come, sperm sitting inches away from that cell phone in pants pockets?

          Remember asbestos in every ceiling? Remember lead paint in every child’s room? Remember thalidomide? Remember DDT sprayed down every suburban street? Remember Agent Orange? Would the government have released studies iindicating any danger to the public without citizen activists fighting for such?

          Then there’s Karen Silkwood fighting corporations for clean water Sadly,I happen to know the attorneys on that case representing Kerr-McGee. Funny how she died so young…! Don’t mess with lobbyists for Big Business.

          No. Our president is getting very bad info. Just as he did on the immigration bill loophole that allowed ANY illegal with an unaccompanied child in tow to be released without examination.

          “None of the funds provided by this act…may be used by the Secretary of Homeland Security to place in detention, remove, refer for a decision whether to initiate removal proceedings, or initiate removal proceedings against a sponsor, potential sponsor, or member of a household of a sponsor or potential sponsor of an unaccompanied alien child.”

          Cute UniParty. PDJT still has advisors who are deliberately feeding him bad information. What trade off to the CoC precipitated this reckless race to 5G?

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      • Jerzy2Ga says:

        It’s not “5g” that is the problem. It is the frequency that is used to implement the technology. 5g is confusing because it has a much wider range of frequencies that can be used. the low and mid bands won’t be a problem because they aren’t affected by external factors compared to high frequencies(Think 2.4Ghz vs 5 Ghz Wi-Fi). the extremely high frequencies (ex: 24-28Ghz) is easily affected by external factors.. which means more towers per area vs low frequency (ex:600Mhz that T-Mo uses for LTE). It all depends what frequency it is implemented.

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        • rashomon says:

          Tell that to Chicago where they just rolled out five/six connections in a small section of downtown around The Art Institute, and the reporters were complaining that more were needed to gain proper connectivity to download their movies on the newest cell phones. Do you trust profit-oriented corporations to protect your family? How’s that worked historically? Hmmmm….

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      • Kate says:

        Our wonderful son-in-law passed away from brain cancer at 50 years old, he worked in the medical field in the x-ray, MRI, and Cat scans for almost 30 years, and the cell phone was important for his workand heavily relied on.
        Since he died I have noticed and heard of so many people at his age who have died from the same typoe brain cancer as he did, and I wonder if our environment has increased this terrible disease.

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        • rashomon says:

          Brain cancer is rising faster than normal. I, too, know several people, some quite young, who recently have passed away from glioblastomas.

          One has to wonder if fast-moving technology that lacks the TEST OF TIME– remember those cautions? — before gathering acceptance everywhere needs to be reconsidered. A cancer researcher once told me that all the money in the world would not cure the disease any faster than the time required to test, test, test, test and then test again. The same should apply to new products that totally change our environment.

          I just saw a PBS special on “Ozone Hole: How We Saved the Planet” covering the battle to ban CFCs adopted in the 1920s for refrigeration, then all types of household and industrial sprays, after scientists observed a widening hole in our atmosphere over the 7-s and 80s

          http://www.pbs.org/about/blogs/news/ozone-hole-how-we-saved-the-planet.

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    • Snow White says:

      My thoughts exactly. 5G technology was never meant for commercial use, it is military grade weapon. Many people will get sick. So many already are from all the wireless, smart meters, cell phones, computers radiation. This is not a good thing in my opinion. I wish PT would care about health consequences for people not only about business. What the heck is business useful for if people are getting sick and dying? Or maybe that is the plan of the powers that be.

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      • VoteAllIncumbantsOut says:

        From what I understand, this 5g is not good for our health, but what is anymore right?

        Not real keen on the human props behind POTUS, kinda reminds me of Obamacare and the doctors and I agree, more studies need to be done on this 5g network but we’re dealing with government so good luck with that option.

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    • Fools Gold says:

      Did you say that about 1-2-3-4G?

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  2. SOLUTION for ACCELERATED 5G RAMP-UP:

    Public-Private Partnership for 5g “USA Networks” that qualify:
    • American-Made and owned TECHNOLOGY
    • American-Built and owned INFRASTRUCTURE
    • American-Operated NETWORK

    Public Incentive: SHARED INVESTMENT.
    • Up to 30% of Cost.
    • In return for same Share of Net Income.

    Public Contribution: EXEMPTION from TAXATION.
    • Divide the Exemption by the number of Alternative USA Networks available to the user.
    … Full Exemption when 1st Network goes live.
    … Half Exemption after 2nd Network goes live.
    … One-Third Exemption after 3rd Network goes live, etc.
    • YUGE Incentive to be FIRST – particularly for Rural where others will follow late.

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    • Maquis says:

      Also eliminate the Federal Guberment mandated backdoors that are what allowed Huwaei and who knows who else to compromise networks. Stupid self-inflicted vulnerability.

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    • duchess01 says:

      SAFE, Knight?

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      • Beyond my pay grade, duchess, but there will no doubt be some intense monitoring.

        Blue-State Blue-Cities will have enough concentration of transmitters to get some great data on how many people fry.

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        • duchess01 says:

          I read somewhere PT investigated the claims – and he said he would not do anything to endanger the American people he serves – but, all I could find was people calling him crazy and ignorant –

          Knowing how thoroughly he thinks things through – I find it hard to believe he would promote something that is UNSAFE –

          Some even claim it can be weaponized against us – I believe just about anything can – but, I cannot see PT endorsing something that is – I guess I just think he did his research – and that he knows –

          As for me – I will trust in God’s protection!

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          • smurfettex says:

            Oh no, POTUS should not trust mainstream big science! He shouldn’t altogether discount the Cuban attack which Bolton and Pompeo have brushed off…because of poor science data.

            University is what brought about global warming science. The globalist Age of Reason Babylonian Cult was begun by alchemists and scientists – first back in 1770s with secret university societies started by Adam Weishaupt and continued in the 1900s in the UK by Chaim Weizmann. Science and magick by way of science is to replace God.

            Yes, trust invincible God, but not Man, not science deception by the mainstream! Palm Springs is disallowing 5G and we should follow their lead.

            Help all raise awareness against the military industrial complex which uses satellites and 5G.

            Those huge golf ball looking structures at Buckley are not outside of the US but inside the country. Go to this link to see the short vids. We might already be too late into the hour but maybe not, with God’s guidance! Love ya, dear Duchess! 🙂

            https://www.gaia.com/article/oldest-conspiracies-proven-true-project-echelon

            Through ECHELON, billions of satellite communications were, and continue to be, intercepted and stored in facilities around the world, before being sifted through by computer algorithms searching for keywords that raise red flags. The technology is also able to target individuals using not just phone numbers, but also voice recognition software.

            The program’s capabilities allow it to target almost anyone on the planet including world leaders, businesses, and private individuals. Despite this fact, it has, more often than not, failed its ostensible job of preventing major acts of terrorism.

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            • smurfette says:

              I don’t mean to scare people, I just scared myself reading that, lol. Just go to link to look at the 2 videos on the link titled Radomes and Sigint. We want to prevent the deployment of rapid and powerful 5G and unmanned space satellites which gives the ability by foreign assets to surveil. Assange maybe has data on this

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            • duchess01 says:

              What makes you think he is trusting ‘science’? As I said – I believe he investigated this technology – and has found a safe way to use it – that is why he is offering it – and eager to get it going – I have read all about 5G – and the fear mongering that goes with it – however – I still believe there is a way to override its affects – and I also believe PT found it – why would he purposely push something detrimental to the American people when he has been working so hard to improve their lives?

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              • smurfette says:

                Oh, sorry, I didn’t read that far into it. That is interesting. I recall hearing about the safe 5G too now. I’d be very interested in knowing if there is a practical way.

                All I could find in Q&A searches was the development of domes with atmosphere mimicking the protective and highly ionized layer between earth and sun. We’re still far away from that particular solution. I hope lots of work is being done.

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                • duchess01 says:

                  Oh, me, too, smurfette – with every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction – maybe, just maybe – they found a way to override the side effects of this technology. I hope and pray they have – otherwise, we are in deep tapioca – evil is always operating day in and day out – they have already weaponized it – for what other reason are people freaking out? We need to remember that God is in charge – and nothing happens without his approval – I do not think this is the end of the world – just because someone says it is.

                  In my heart, I believe the good guys have found a way to protect us from the ill effects – even though there are others who want to use it to our detriment.

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              • amaezed one says:

                There are no safe ways of using 5G. PERIOD! Do your research.

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                • duchess01 says:

                  I have – there are no long-term studies – period –

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                • amaezed one says:

                  There are plenty of long term studies on how radio frequency radiation impacts on the human body. From wifi and smart meters. 5G is that study multiplied by 100. Radio frequency radiation has been studied since the 50’s and shows health impacts on human bodies. Just do your research first. Cheers 🙂

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    • Hoop says:

      We also need a FIBER backbone for the net… we only have some 10% fiber in the US now… many other nations are already 90-100% Fiber.

      And the US should never allow for any CHINESE 5G parts to connect any US governmental agency or military.

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      • Blaze says:

        I have a good friend that lives in Panama. She is further out in the sticks than I am and she has fiber right to her door step. I’m still on dial-up. The only option here is satellite and I refuse to pay for band width limits. If I had a business it might be different.

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      • Fools Gold says:

        Somewhat agree. All of our new military aircraft have it to communicate between computers, aircraft, and satellites. It’s a double edge sword. Copper is not fragile. Glass (fiber) is. Cost of installation and manufacturing is ridiculously priced when compared. Ya get what ya pay for is my attitude.

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  3. Sassy1 says:

    From what I’ve read about 5G, if this really happens, we’re all toast. And I mean that literally.

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  4. I have a hard time believing that NO ONE has told him how dangerous this is.

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  5. Curt says:

    President Trump never ceases to amaze. He speaks of the need for a 5G network upgrade today. Yesterday it was immigration policy. Before that he was in the oil fields of Texas. He never seems to stop addressing important issues affecting America. The man seems to be everywhere at the same time. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a more active and effective human being in my entire life. I thank God for sending us this giant personality at this critical time in our history. He has accomplished so much for America in 3 short years. Hopefully the Rule of Law will be restored and Deep State interlopers exposed and eliminated. For good to triumph over evil we must all lend our support to this man.

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  6. Jeff C says:

    So everyone is on board with the idea of an ugly and highly intrusive cell tower placed right in front of your home on a suburban residential street? That is where this is heading as the cell tower companies (Crown Castle, Extenet, Mobilitie) demand the right to throw up the cheapest piece of garbage they can get away with in your neighborhood.

    There is a huge lobbying effort to strip municipalities of all local land use control and preempt this at a federal level. Does that sound conservative or more like crony capitalism?

    We all want better coverage but I can guarantee folks will not like the result if Washington gives the cell tower companies carte blanche on this. To what end anyways? So we can download ultra-HD cat videos on our phones? Hard pass.

    I stopped a 30 foot tall cell tower in front of my home on a suburban residential street but it was very hard work and took a thorough understanding of the law and technical aspects. This thing was a monstrostity with a six foot tall by two foot wide antenna and a ten cubic foot box mounted to the pole reaching 12 feet of the ground. Is this what folks want in their neighborhoods? Many of the sites being proposed in my suburb are literally 25 feet from someone’s front door.

    There is much more to this issue than all the 5G marketing hype and I’m disappointed to see the President get sucked into this. No one will give it a second thought until they show up demanding to place one right in front of your home.

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    • Maquis says:

      5G’s short range requires many more antennas. Everyone is going to see this ugly stuff.

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      • Jeff C says:

        They could be placed in a far less intrusive manner using better location selection, site design, miniaturized antennas, and equipment undergrounding (as my city now requires). However, all of that costs more money and the cell tower companies won’t spend a dime more that they think they can get away with. These things are huge money makers for them and the cheaper they can throw them up the higher their return on investment. That’s why they are trying to get federal preemption so cities can’t impose restrictions.

        BTW, cities cannot regulate these sites on health concerns as that was already federally preemepted in 1996 under the Telecommunications Act.

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    • rashomon says:

      Schools, churches, etc are promised considerable money to let communications companies install towers on their property. Also highrises. Few know how many have invaded their area and the microwaves hitting their homws and businesses 24/7. Look up your neighborhood:

      https://www.cellmapper.net/map

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      • Jeff C says:

        I’m in a Southern California suburb that has been targeted by the wireless industry so we are a few years ahead of what may be happening elsewhere. They call these sites “small cells” and they plan to literally place them in every neighborhood. There are four major wireless carriers and they all want their own cell tower so that quadruples the number of required sites. We are fighting these (with success) but the cell tower companies are vicious and sue-happy. Most cities are scared to death as they don’t understand the law and think there is nothing they can do.

        These are coming to your city, we are just ahead of the curve here.

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      • Jeff C says:

        BTW, that cellmapper website only shows what are called “macro” sites (large traditional cell towers). It does not show small cells like they are placing all over suburbs like mine as they don’t require an individual FCC licence due to their smaller size.

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    • tdaly14 says:

      We’ve never seen a cell tower in anyone’s neighborhood down here in SC. Usually in industrial areas or off the interstate in a big open area.

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    • Brian L says:

      The industrial applications for 5G are almost limitless.

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    • Snow White says:

      These things are not only ugly but deadly.

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    • Snow White says:

      Jeff, can you elaborate a bit more about the law regarding stopping these wmds? Any links, studies would be greatly appreciated. Some of us would probably fight that battle in the future and we need all the help we can get.

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  7. Remington..... says:

    I don’t know….maybe ite just me, but I’d rather see an announcement from PT and the FCC telling me they were revoking the license of all the msm stations ASAP.

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  8. bessie2003 says:

    I loved how he came back after leaving the room and said, “You know what, come on into the Oval Office”. how neat is that?

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  9. Beau Geste says:

    Look at the bright side (literally). We will all save a lot of money on home heating costs, being in a microwave oven.

    In any event, the monopoly internet companies should all be prohibited from participating, so some internet and TV competition is quickly created, rather than the current price-gouging, customer-hostile oligopoly

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  10. GB Bari says:

    If and when this actually begins to be implemented, it will give a serious boost to a business based on an old technology. People will suddenly realize their health is at serious risk until they have what essentialy is a “Faraday shield” installed on the exterior walls of their homes.

    In other words, small mesh wire screening all over their homes with no breaks – ground to rooftop, underneath the siding and the shingles. Windows will require full coverage screens to maintain the shield. All sides and panels must be electrically connected and the entire system grounded (via 8 to 10 copper rods driven into the ground with only a few inches sticking up to allow heavy connecting wire to be attached bertween the rod and the grid) all around at multiple locations (at every corner would suffice and midway along long straignt walls).

    Otherwise people will be living under intense RF microwave energy fields, far stronger than anything in existence at present, including current cellular technology, in-home Wi-Fi, etc.

    Suggest anyone unfamiliar wit the threat please read this article (Note – there are hundreds of articles about the dangers of microwave radiation and how the industry islying through their teeth about how safe it is – just search on “5G radiation threat to human health”)

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/the-threat-5g-poses-to-human-health_2790506.html

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    • GB Bari says:

      EDIT to my post above: “…via 8 to 10 ft. long copper rods…”

      Also a second link for reference: https://es-ireland.com/

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    • Dutchman says:

      Got it covered. Live in a 1978 Silverstreak (airstream type) trailer, all aluminum skin on outside, grounded as you do any trailer.
      So, I LIVE in a,’Farraday cage’, 24/7. I won’t get fried by radiation, or unduly adversely effected by a EMP, either.

      And, I live in a rural area, 20 miles from the nearest town, so expect I won’t be seeing these 5g towers for awhile.

      Sucks to be you?

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      • GB Bari says:

        Not at all. I too live in a semi rural area. It was among the last to be cabled for broadband, and Verizon stated they have no plans to ever run Fios out here – insufficient housing density.

        So because of lack of ROI, and zero corporate presence locally, I’m counting on our area being late to the 5G party. Hopefully someone will have gotten through to the PTB by then and demonstrated a “better alternative.”

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    • Fools Gold says:

      Wire mesh screens block radiation based on wavelength. Of course they need to be designed to block 1/4 of the wavelength which is dependent on the frequency you want to attenuate. We live in a multi wavelength society so pick one to determine the size of the mesh in mm. you might want several layers in order to meet the 1/4 wavelength requirement to block or attenuate all of the frequencies involved since TV/Radio/cell/aircraft/electricity was first transmitted. Of course nowadays most are at safe levels already if they comply unless the transmitter/antennas involved are violating US law or being transmitted by an adversary which you’d know or hear in the news by technicians, engeers, scientists quickly….here’s current law on specific radiation levels in the United States. Don’t be fools by predators selling you wire mesh to cover your house cars or head (antenna hats) unless ya got plenty of doe and don’t trust the guberment specs. Your choice. Being very familiar with the matter myself I trust the specs. Here they are: . https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1910/1910.1096

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      • Fools Gold says:

        Wow I typed that on my iPhone with one right thumb only. Not bad. Think I want do it again. Gee’s. I gave up pc’s because of radiation….J/k but yeah they’re bad on the eyes and hand cartilage and ligaments. That’s why I use my last good finger, I mean thumb…

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      • GB Bari says:

        Actually there is metal-infused paint that works like a complete shield – zero aperture. So the fine mesh screening is optional. You can quite literally “tin foil hat” your entire house.

        Of course these are going to be costly preventative fixes for homeowners who cannot DIY. And even for those who can. That’s why it’s imperative to infuse some facts and common sense into our politicians. Being able to stream 25 movies simultaneously in our homes isn’t all that important. But our Health is.

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  11. reverence1 says:

    this appeal says, the most dangerous is 5G from space:
    https://www.5gspaceappeal.org/the-appeal

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    • smurfette says:

      I agree. Satellite terrorism is the scariest ubiquitous weapon of mass destruction and it needs ground relay antennas to work. Start by protesting en mass globally against 5G and SATELLITES. There are space treaties by the U.N. but currently difficult to enforce by virtue of its invisibility. The Cuban and China embassy “sonic” attacks are raising awareness. Cuba does not have this technology because it’s very sophisticated. China is too busy attacking their own citizens making them wear EEG helmets to work.

      5G is also intended for self-driving cars and automated homes so this invisible wave business cannot be blocked adequately since it is intended to be everywhere. Another part of 5G is the use of nanotechnology that is so microscopically tiny like dust as wave guides and this would definitely need the higher speeds of 5G.

      The entire global population has to stand up against satellite weaponry. Modhi of India recently made a big show of blowing up their own country’s satellite to prove to enemies that he has the defence system to protect India. So this is no small joke. Google, the defacto Big Brother, was one of the first to contract out their satellites which cost in the range of $billions to produce and operate. They need lots of customers to keep this in business.

      Dr. John Hall has been treating patients who were subjects of satellite terrorism for almost a decade and has a movie coming out based on his experiences. He says satellite terrorism has been going on since 1957.

      Dr. Duncan Hall in parallel had been writing on it from the other side, the supply angle as a retired Darpa scientist. Directed Energy Weapons unbeknownst to the public is an exponentially growing commercial business and there are annual financial reports titled thusly. It

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  12. highdezertgator says:

    Most X-rays have a wavelength ranging from 0.01 to 10 nanometers, corresponding to frequencies in the range 30 petahertz to 30 exahertz and energies in the range 100 eV to 100 keV. X-ray wavelengths are shorter than those of UV rays and typically longer than those of gamma rays.
    10 nanometers equals 0.000001 cm

    Radio Band (Cell Bands are 800 MHZ (PCS) and is 1700 to 2100 MHZ)(1.7 GHz to 2.1 GHz)
    Freq. Wavelength
    1.8 GHz 16.7 cm
    2.0 GHz 15 cm
    2.5 GHz 12 cm
    3.0 GHz 10 cm
    4.0 GHz 7.5 cm
    5.0 GHz 6.0 cm
    10 GHz 3.0 cm

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  13. GB Bari says:

    Unless someone can point to some real science (not government or communications industry-sponsored research) that debunks this, it concerns me and everyone in my family greatly.

    Sit down, “buckle up” and watch:

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    • GB Bari says:

      “Wireless Industry Confesses: “No Studies Show 5G is Safe”

      https://takebackyourpower.net/senate-hearing-wireless-industry-confesses-no-studies-showing-5g-safety/

      OK, yes, its Sen. Richard Blumenthal, a person I dislike intensely. If anyone can show where he profits by questioning the safety of 5G (i searched without success) I am willing to listen.

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    • rashomon says:

      Thanks for posting this, GB. These days, smart meters are EVERYWHERE a utility exists and go through walls. There apparently is a black paint you can use as a two-coat primer to block them. However this video covers many more opportunities for products that are unregulated and have the potential to damage, especially, fast-dividing cells. Many whistleblowers are coming forth to offer advice as well as products to help measure the risks around you every day, every hour..

      Watch and weep, then let your opinion known at every level of government starting here:

      whitehouse.gov/contact

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      Thank you for sharing.

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    • Fools Gold says:

      https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1910/1910.1096

      Current Regulations for radiation. Got any changes go argue with these folks who set them based on science based evidence. The whole world (people) are not controlled by money.

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    • Truthfilter says:

      Add to your list the heavy use of pesticides and herbicides since the 1950s-60s. We are just now seeing a link between Round-up and certain kinds of cancers. They should have done research on these chemicals before allowing farmers to spray them on crops in the first place.

      This video is very informative. Maybe cellphones and wireless tech (radiation/energy waves) are the culprits behind the increase in children with autism over the past 15 years.

      Studies have shown a strong correlation between military families and cases of autism. Both of my brothers were in the military for at least 8 years. Both have a child with autism.

      As a public school teacher from 2007-2016, I saw the numbers of autistic students go from 1-2 out of all 150 of my students to 1-2 in every class of 30. This disorder is no longer rare nor is it as pleasant as the character we saw in the movie “Rainman.” Today, Autism is so mainstream that a t.v. series “The Good Doctor” is one of the most popular shows in the country. Of course, we all want these kids to succeed and function and be accepted in the real world but I want to know what has caused such a recent rise in this disorder. While it’s true that some autistic kids can achieve education at the levels of doctors, professors, scientists, many of them can’t function in those professions because of social issues. Many autistic kids will never become independent, self-sufficient adults. My niece is the valedictorian of her graduating class this year. She’ll have no problem earning a degree at the local university but she’ll never move out of my brother’s house, will never work at a job that involves any kind of human interaction and will likely never marry or have children. I hate saying “never”—we all hope and pray we are wrong. All autistic kids come with lifelong social challenges like these-some are worse than others. The kids on 8 chan and Reddit like to call themselves “autists” as though it’s the newest and coolest thing to be. It’s not cool-it’s frightening. For parents, It’s a heartbreaking, daily struggle that may go on well after their deaths. My brother worries who will look after his daughter once he and his wife are gone. People don’t realize the challenges that parents of special needs kids have to face. Just last week, my husband’s two year old nephew was diagnosed with autism. That’s 3 in our family. Something is very wrong, folks. Something is causing these kids to be born with this disorder. The rise from 1g to 4g and smart technology correlates almost perfectly with the rise.

      Just last week, President Trump tweeted about Autism Awareness. I hope that “awareness” includes ongoing efforts to find out the cause instead of mainstreaming it to the point that nobody even questions or notices it’s very recent prevalence. I wonder if PDJT knows something about autism that we don’t. Was the rise in autism engineered for some purpose? I’m not a subscriber to false flag theories-I’ve seen the dead kids after a school shooting. But is it just a coincidence that so many of our worst mass shootings were carried out by males with Aspbergers or some other form of autism? Of course, we can’t even discuss that correlation without being immediately accused of stereotyping all Aspbergers kids as possible mass murderers. But we are foolish not to look at and learn from patterns wherever they exist. We may be at the top of the food chain, but pattern recognition is just as critical to our survival as it is to bears and mountain lions. Considering the possible potential dangers of 5g, we need to stop being so afraid of pointing out correlations and asking tough questions.

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  14. Dave says:

    There’s a lot I love about this POTUS and his efforts… this push for 5G is NOT one of them.

    This isn’t even a marginal issue. American corporations have evaded honest evaluation of EMF for decades… but despite that, this is not a “new” area of research. We already know there are issues with EMF exposure, and damaging changes to living tissues. It is NOT a simple issue. It has multiple dimensions of consideration.

    A lot of bad actors run the flag of “capitalism” up the flag pole knowing full well they have worked behind the scenes to get special treatment from government, because an honest scrutinization of them would yield a damaging result.

    IMO, big corporations who have huge lobbying budgets (legal bribery) should not be able to lever so much more advantage in the marketplace over small business America.

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    • GB Bari says:

      I certainly understand why PDJT is pushing for this – there are contless business, defense, and other MAGA issues that all benefit from America being a leader in ultra wide and dense bandwidth technology for all sorts of communications at every level of society.

      But IMHO the health risks may well be existential and should be thoroughly explored by the administration before funding the implementation of the current 5G technology. IMHO a truly “MAGA” policy should produce a safe alternative (to the currently-proposed technology) that would achieve the same bandwidth and speeds.

      Moral question – should we let the Chinese fry their own people’s DNA, sperm, and bodily tissue cells, and destroy their future? They seem to be hell bent on distributing this technology. Its an interesting dilemma.

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  15. Say Whatt?? says:

    Totally against this rollout, not good intel, shocker!

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  16. Dennis Leonard says:

    I suggest everyone throw their cell phones away.And than I will read all your posts about the evils of 5G.Until that time do no waste space crying wolf.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Today’s cell phones are not a problem unless one lives with a phone literally pressed up against their ear for hours at a time.

      One can always use a bluetooth earphone-mic combo and keep the phone on the desk. (Note – Bluetooth is in the 2.4GHz frequency range too but is so low in power it is generally agreed to be harmless.)

      Otherwise one can use speakerphone whenever possible. There are many ways to avoid being in the near field of a cellphone for extended periods of time.

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  17. NJF says:

    Love what he said about sanctuary cities. Nancy should sit down!

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  18. ristvan says:

    I had over a decade of professional exposure to the nonionizing radiation/cancer debate and all the sometimes controversial underlying research as the global head of strategy for Motorola. All radiowaves up to 60GHz (5g millimeter) are nonionizing.

    There is no known correlation or observational association between any nonionizing radio waves and any cancer. As an observational example, despite the vast increase in cellphones, their daily useage, and their increase in frequencies from MHz to GHz, there has been no increase in the incidence of glioblastoma multiforme, the most common brain cancer.

    The only known association between any nonionizing radiation and any cancer is that excessive ultraviolet exposure for decades can cause skin cancer. UV is much higher frequency than millimeter radio, above visible light and below ionizing soft Xrays. About 380nanometers, three orders of magnitude shorter wavelengths than millimeter radio.

    There is, however, a lot of Provably wrong BS about this on the internet. Concerned Treepers should look into the medical literature on this for themselves.

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    • jrapdx says:

      Yes, proving a negative association—e.g., commercial RF radiation does not cause cancer—is not really possible. Establishing positive “cause and effect” relationships derived from observational data is problematic re: the science dictum that correlation doesn’t prove causation. This is especially true for uncommon or rare untoward events/outcomes, particularly when there is a long interval between exposure to a potentially causative factor and emergence of purported consequences.

      In the case of exposure to cellphones and RF waves experimental data involving humans will never be available. Therefore having to rely on observation alone will likely leave the subject controversial for decades. In the meantime all we have to go on are the best estimates arising from current knowledge, incomplete or unsatisfactory as some people may consider that to be.

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    • riverelf says:

      As always, ristvan, your input is hugely appreciated!

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    • GB Bari says:

      Ristvan, to be fair, there has not been a technology like 5G ever before rolled out on a scale such as is being planned. It is much different than 4G. As such, the long term health risks of exposure to such a strong, continual blanket of ultra high frequency RF are not yet a matter of record, anywhere.

      Where direct exposure was caused to lab rats, they found a correlation that has been downplayed.

      From Scientific American:
      Still, evidence advanced by the studies shows prolonged exposure to even very low levels of RF radiation, perhaps by mechanisms other than heating that remain unknown, makes rats uniquely prone to a rare tumor called a schwannoma, which affects a type of neuron (or nerve cell) called a Schwann cell.
      Ref. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/new-studies-link-cell-phone-radiation-with-cancer/

      Current 4G cell towers present nowhere near the same level of energy to ground-based humans as will the network of 5G repeaters that will be closer to homes and offices than almost anyone has experienced with current 4G technology.

      From the LA Times:
      It’s unclear how many smaller base stations would be needed for 5G service. But it’s widely believed that there would need to be exponentially more because of the limited distance the signals can travel. One researcher estimated a station would be needed for every 12 homes in a dense urban area.
      Ref. https://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-cellphone-5g-health-20160808-snap-story.html

      There is a HUGE amount of money and profit at stake, though. And there are, inarguably, many examples in the past of an industry’s monied interests spiking and downplaying the health risks of its products. Just one example – the tobacco industgry was denying the correlation between smoking and cancer as late as the 1980s. Only in the 1990s did the industry finally admit to the correlation, especialy after it had lost several high profile lawsuits.
      Ref.. https://www.nytimes.com/1999/10/13/us/philip-morris-admits-evidence-shows-smoking-causes-cancer.html

      I agree with you, everyone should check out the information that is available – both pro and con – and decide for themselves, although in this case they will be also deciding for their children and grandchildren.

      Peace.

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      • ristvan says:

        GB Bari, some additional facts for you to consider. True, 5G relies on local networks. It must, given data rates and channel overlaps. Now, that means two things.

        First, antennas and boxes shrink into visual insignificance—think your home WiFi scaled up one order of magnitude. No cell towers. Just small boxes on building corners.

        Second, and far more important for ‘nonionizing radiation/cancer’, the transmit power MUST be taken way down to prevent local cell interference. A Physics fact. 5G data will be roughly an order of magnitude less power than cell phone voice power, itself observationally proved harmless.
        So again, when you look at the system physics, 5G health concerns are the BS equivalent to anti MMR antivaccers— a subject covered in my ebook The Arts of Truth.

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        • GB Bari says:

          I read you Ristvan, but even when I try to force search results in favor of 5G, I cannot find any websites that agree with your assertions that the concerns are “BS” and unfounded due to ther physics. BTW, I cannot reveal the name but my career was in a company that was a pioneer in radar and early on I was a tech, handing radar transmitters, waveguides (that’s a science all to itself), and aperture antennas. I do have a tech degree and am a teeny bit knowledgeable about the technology and “the physics.”

          However I keep getting dozens and dozens of websites in the serch results that express grave concerns and provide reasonable explanations for those concerns.
          Here is another site I found when I searched using the text string “Proof that 5G is harmless to humans”. It reads very positively about 5G…. until you get down near the end.
          https://interestingengineering.com/is-5g-harmful-for-humans-and-the-environment

          Please post some links to sites that support the assertion that the 5G is harmless. We need to see both sides of the issue. Thanks.

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    • ristvan says:

      Just a physics sub comment for Treepers who want to dig down to 5G basics.
      Microwave ovens operate at 2.4 GHz. That is on purpose because of the physics. The microwaves operate maximally at that frequency on the ‘Mickey Mouse eared’ shaped water molecule. It because of H2O ‘Mickey Mouse shape’ that water is dipolar, so is flipped by microwaves (dipolar means the H electrons on the ears stick out above the O electrons, hence dipolar, hence ‘flippable). The flipping by definition is molecular motion, which translates directly to heat (at bottom just molecular agitation, with absolute zero meaning NO molecular motion), which is just an index of molecular agitation. Boltzmann statistical mechanics, and all of that basic simple physics.

      For basic non-physics educated Treepers, a simple example. We all experience PV/T=K. That is, gas pressure times gas volume divided by gas temperature is a constant. That is how refrigerators work. It is why when you pump up a flat bike tire (increasing P) the pump heats up because tire volume constant, P up, so T up since K is constant.

      The original radar klystron generators were MHz. The Brits invented the Microwave klystron tube capable of GHz during WW2. That klystron design was brought to the US at Seagirt Inn and used to develop weather radar 1943-45 based on the newmicrowave ability to ‘see’ water molecules. My Dad was there helping that invention, and his Arlington cemetery burial neck order is directly related.

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      • Fools Gold says:

        I worked in Radar all my life until retirement. I use to design small chambers to absorb military aircraft radar waves in their hangers. I had responsibility to attenuate Radar waves down to us safety standards for walking around in front them so all folks/people were safe. Still kicking at 62 years. There is a right way and a wrong way of doing everything….riva just glad I was in charge…cause yeah I never liked the idea of loosing my sight or brain tumors.

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    • highdezertgator says:

      I suppose we could all stop flying… I am sure AOC would agree. /s
      We are exposed to low levels of radiation when we fly. You would be exposed to about 0.035 mSv (3.5 mrem) of cosmic radiation if you were to fly within the United States from the east coast to the west coast. This amount of radiation is less than the amount of radiation we receive from one chest x-ray.
      Source of Natural Radiation Average Annual Dose Percent of Average Annual Dose
      Internal (by Inhalation) 2.28 mSv (228 mrem) 73%
      External (from Cosmic Exposure) 0.33 mSv (33 mrem) 11%
      Internal (by Ingestion) 0.29 mSv (29 mrem) 9%
      External (from Terrestrial Exposure) 0.21 mSv (21 mrem) 7%
      https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/radiation/air_travel.html

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    • highdezertgator says:

      Ristvan… Our two-way radio repair training at MATC (Milwaukee) was on Vacuum Tube Police / Fire Car Base Two Way Radio, Motorola Microphone Model (size of a small suitcase)… only Motorola cell phones for me!! Go Bucks… Go Brewers!

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  19. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    GB Bari, Thank you so much for that video. I’m sharing it. We should all contact the WH and express our concern for this.

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  20. James Street says:

    Exciting stuff. Another big win for America. Thank you President Trump!

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  21. wondering999 says:

    If 5G does result in infertility — guess that will do away with the abortion controversy
    but I don’t want this stuff anyplace near my grandbaby

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  22. Fools Gold says:

    Just spoke with my bro-in-law. He provides tower hardware updates to cell phones. He said right now it’s a lot of talk and he hasn’t seen new hardware. I told him next year he will. Nuthin happens in one day and money talks.

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  23. czarowniczy says:

    Watched his speech on the 5G, I was in our ‘big city’ (pop 10,000) watering hole. You could tell the farmers and ranchers there, we all did spit-takes at the same time when he said the 5G would maker farmers/ranchers more productive.

    Nothing on the Prez, we’d just heard this before…numerous times. When I retired from the USDA in 2008 the Agency had a $1-billion program in place to bring hi-speed internet to rural areas. I even talked to the person running it – said person ran it part time, the distribution had already been decided and the checks were out there, everything else was sweeping up crumbs.

    We got a satellite internet provider as our ‘source’. We received free bottom tier equipment and installation and a discount on the bottom-tier plan. The exact plan we had was never widely circulated, you had to dig long and deep to find it, not even our local USDA NRCS office knew about it, I found out from an internal Agency ‘Ain’t We Great’ pub. At the time the $$$$ (2008) was being thrown to the wolves a telecom giant was burying fiber optic cable all over the county. A trunk of it’s buried at the end of out farm road about 1/2 mile south of our place but nobody out here’s been hooked up.

    In 2018 I got a blurb that the FCC was now spoon feeding the commo giants again, another $1-billion was being spent on bringing hi-speed internet to the boonies. The map of proposed sites shows we’re not on it – after all, we have fiber optic cable. A call to the commo giant gets me a reply from the Junior Regional Under Vice President for Blowing Smoke Up Peoples’ Arses denying they even have cable buried here, a picture of the warning pole set up to warn contractors not to dig due to cable, complete with the company’s logo, doesn’t jog anyone’s mind.

    We now use our cell phones as hotspots for our laptops – that’s it folks. No WiFi capability but then we only got a tower within range of our farm just a bit over two years ago. The folks that support their feasting by raising their food they eat and the trees that make their toilet paper (we’re full service) are still somewhere in in the early 2000s internet-wise. My cell says I have 4G connection but pumping two laptops thru it means that it takes about 5 minutes to load a CTH page with a lot of meat. Again, forget about streaming anything.

    Trump proposes but the daisy chain of communications turds and their DC bureaucrat partners disposes, they will take the 5G program where they want it to go, I’ll eat this laptop if we ruralites see anything out of this. The Big City folks where the power’s centered will get the 5G. The buried fiber optic will serve everyone else other than us (and the county mowers will still run over the ‘Do No Dig’ warning poles), we’ll still beg the only carrier who services us for WiFi and snow will fall in the 10th ring of Hell before we see 1st World internet access.

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  24. Fools Gold says:

    Here’s the US standards for radiation. If you want it changed with evidence go see them not Trump.

    https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1910/1910.1096

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    • Fools Gold says:

      All equipments are built to this stand that generate radiation exposure unless explicitly made for the military excluding the folks who engineer it, design it manufacture it and test its compliance.

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      • Fools Gold says:

        Read the link above and quit running you mouths against POTUS. I understand all of it. That was part of my damn job for almost 40 years. Other countries (yes I’ve been to them and helped them out. Have tighter and looser standards. IMHO ours are perfect and based on solid science not global warming hypothesis. They’ve been in place since the first nuclear warhead burnt people all to hell and they figured out why….

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        • Fools Gold says:

          The sky is not falling….

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          • smurfette says:

            LA firemen who actually had to work near a 5G tower would disagree with you. There are many of these cases in the US and Canada. I concur that we might not know the all the causes of some increasing ailments seen such as outright weaponization but rolling 5G out without knowing the dangers already publicized with 2,3,4G is imprudent. 5G is even smaller millimetre wave therefore more intense and intrusive.

            The question also is how were those standards on the link above developed and on what basis? Standards developed unilaterally do not guarantee safeguards.

            Firefighters Living Next to Cell Towers Suffer Neurological Damage even though the exposure they received were well below quoted allowances.

            http://scientists4wiredtech.com/2018/07/firefighters-living-next-to-cell-towers-suffer-neurological-damage/

            A. Pulsed, data-modulated, Radio-frequency Electromagnetic Microwave Radiation (RF-EMR) exposure levels measured were well within what the FCC commercial guideline for RF-EMR exposures

            “The fire station cell tower measured at 1/1000th to 2/1000th of the allowable FCC limit of non-ionizing radiation. That means the towers could be almost 1000 times more powerful than the level the firefighters were exposed to, and still be considered within FCC guidelines. And yet even at these levels of radiation, we found brain abnormalities and measurable neurological deficits.”

            5-year LONG TERM study

            In 2004, I organized a SPECT brain scan pilot study of firefighters who had been exposed to a cell tower on their station for over five years. We found brain abnormalities in all firefighters tested. Enclosed is my filing with the FCC detailing this study.

            Also in 2004, I co-authored Resolution 15 which was passed overwhelmingly by the International Association of Firefighters. Res. 15 urging a moratorium on the placement of cell towers on fire stations in the US and Canada. I then helped the Los Angeles IAFF locals as they aligned with law enforcement unions to fight FirstNET towers on their stations. I am currently following a brain tumor cluster in a California fire station with a wireless hub next door to their station. There is a solid history of these men and women becoming ill in close proximity to cell towers.

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