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  • Posted by Mitch 2 weeks, 6 days ago
    It's unknown...

    In everything I have ever read on this subject uses the word "unknown". Unknown is just that, its hasn't been studied yet and no empirical data exits, just the phrase "Scientist warn", which I find hilarious because it isn't evidence at all (let alone a citation). It’s simply FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt).
    I’ve investigated this a little because my manager believes this, and I wanted to do my due diligence. Everything I read was simply FUD with no studies or empirical data. If someone can post a study with real evidence, I would appreciate it but everything I have read so far is simply conjecture.
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    • Posted by  $  BiggestShoelaces 2 weeks, 5 days ago
      I agree. I don't trust government and statists and thus there push towards untested effects is a red flag to me, but I don't trust "natural" as they can be shills passing on worse government created crap or just so paranoid that they escape into their own collectivist nonsense. I just want the facts and no one seems to have those.
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  • Posted by Lucky 2 weeks, 5 days ago
    In 1992 Robert Liburdy, a cell biologist at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, California
    claimed a causative link between electromagnetic radiation and cancer.
    The evidence had been faked, he did not return money, over $3M, from government sponsors.

    Since then, more than 20 studies have found no empirical evidence to show that electromagnetic radiation causes cancer.

    'Unknown' in this context means there is no evidence of harm but, possibly, something may turn up in the next 500 years so hold everything.
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    • Posted by RevJay4 2 weeks, 3 days ago
      Sounds like another scam for control of the people, like "global, climate, etc.".
      Empirical evidence is not required for "beliefs" in cults.
      This 5G thing could take off and make some serious money for someone with the talents of a snake oil salesman, like Al Gore did with the climate change thingee.
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      • Posted by ewv 2 weeks, 3 days ago
        The enormous improvements in internet technology, including speed for enormous amounts of information, have been widely accepted because people like it, not because of "snake oil salesmen". It's not a conspiracy and not from Algore. He didn't invent this one either.
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  • Posted by Abaco 2 weeks, 4 days ago
    I do have one knowledgeable friend who's actually moving away to try to get away from this. She's not explained it to me very much. So, I did some of my own research (not much yet) and found that this is linked to tumors in male rats. I find that curious. I hope to learn more about it. I am not convinced that this technology has been properly vetted.
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  • Posted by  $  Stormi 2 weeks, 4 days ago
    The CIA must be thrilled by the possibility of more cell towers, their gateway to mass mind control.
    There is a link to ELF wave exposure and leukemia or cancer. When they wanted to build near our sub., most of the houses were under high power lines. We went to the Health Dept. who were unaware of any dangers from ELF waves, gave us confidence. We explained children would be sleeping under those lines. We got the project killed. We know that Smart Meters have caused health issues. I just feel too few people are doing the research before the fact these days. We still have a landline, yes, I have a smart phone, which is off 80% of the time.
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  • Posted by Owlsrayne 2 weeks, 4 days ago
    I'm glad I live in a semi-rural area a little over a year age Verizon upgraded to 4G. But, people living in outlying areas only get 2bars. They just put a new 64ft. tower about a mile away downhill from where I live and now I get 3bars. The original tower was supposed to be 75 ft. The Planning and Zoning changed the height of the tower due to the huge outcry from the Neo-Luddites living near it.
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  • Posted by 2 weeks, 5 days ago
    There is almost no evidence of nothing, everything is fine and life is good. So, Why there is 50% change of getting Cancer in the U.S. and 10,15 and 20% in third world countries.
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    • Posted by Mitch 2 weeks, 4 days ago
      Don’t know if your figures are correct but I’ll argue those values for the sake of your argument.

      Why do you believe its wireless radio waves causing cancer? Could it be the pervasive use of plastics? How about air pollution? Why couldn’t the higher cancer risks be caused by stress of the modern world? Maybe its genetics? The full moon on Monday could be the cause?

      My point is that I could think of an endless list of unknown causes to cancer, all with no evidence what so ever. If you have a theory, lets start there and seek evidence to support your theory.

      I’m more concerned with other issues then the threats from 5G.
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    • Posted by Lucky 2 weeks, 4 days ago
      The U.S. has an extensive system of land-line phone and data communication cabling.
      The third world does not but uses more modern and cheaper wireless networks.
      So, if the 50% data figure means anything, to reduce the chance of getting cancer go to wireless for phones and data as the third world does.

      There is some complication from differing life expectancies, the length of time taken for cancer to be detected, and availability of diagnostic tests, but I like my simple explanation!
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