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I'm intrigued. 5G would harm everyone no? Including Gates and the cult? So how are they protecting themselves from it. 

I'm sure they won't take the vaccines but how are they going to protect themselves from the danger of 5G? If they can't, then why would they want to role out 5G ?

 

Any thoughts? 

 

Thank you

 

P.s.: Love you Sir David Icke. 

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5G offers a vector for multiple varied attacks ....

 

It's very similar in that respect to vaccination which can have different toxins added which can reduce IQ , or cause Autism , or sterilize , or give you MS . It can also inject you with nano chips to mind influence you....

 

So there are many ways 5G can be used to produce different effects... There is the commonly known heat generating or burning effects  common to many frequency bands 3G 4G ... Early campaigners against mobile phones stressed these dangers , particularly caused  from being close to masts or holding a mobile phone against your head , but they turned out to be insignificant ... no spikes in brain tumors after 20yearsof use ... 

 

Mind control is the biggest reason for 5G .... Mind control/influence is going on in EVERYBODY NOW . We all have ingested nano chips put in foods . Micro small electronic transducers are in our bodies and decode signals carried on 3/4/5G and put suggestions into the subconscious mind .... There will be blanket suggestions given to everyone .."Obey the government...believe in corona... don't believe in conspiracy..."  but also important people can be given specific messages , politicians will be intensely targeted to get them to implement lockdown or other policies ... for leaders in the truth movement attempts will be made to steer them into many wrong directions ...

 

Some  researchers believe 5G will be used to activate corona virus within people and turn them into flesh eating Zombies ...Others believe corona vaccine ill inject loads more nano chips , and THIS combined with 5G ill increase mind influence to such an extent some of the public will follow "Eat Human" suggestions.

 

There's evidence new 5G towers can focus and target specific individuals causing anxiety , mood change , heart attacks ...

 

Then there's the 60GHHz frequency which is part of the 5G band range ... this inhibits the absorption of oxygen , but only at fairly high power obtainable by focusing.

 

So to answer your original question , the cabal would not be effected by much of this because they will not be targeted ,. 5G is an intelligently controlled weapons system. 

 

 

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7 hours ago, Sunny said:

I'm intrigued. 5G would harm everyone no? Including Gates and the cult? So how are they protecting themselves from it. 

I'm sure they won't take the vaccines but how are they going to protect themselves from the danger of 5G? If they can't, then why would they want to role out 5G ?

 

5G uses a phased array which directs a focused beam ; if beams are directed at you then you're going to have problems

 

An important question:

Can 5G phased array antennas generate Brillouin precursors?

by Don Maisch

In early 2002 the New York based technical publication, Microwave News published an examination of a rather arcane topic: Brillouin precursors. The issue at that time was non-ionising radiation from the phased array PAVE PAWS radar facility at Cape Cod , Massachusetts, USA.  A Brillouin precursor is a very fast pulse of radiation, which when it enters the human body, may generate a burst of energy that can travel much deeper than predicted by conventional models.

In a Microwave News interview with Professor Kurt Oughstun he explained how Brillouin precursors are generated by phased array radar antennas. When asked, “Are Brillouin precursors unique to PAVE PAWS radiation?”, Oughstun replied:

“No – not at all. As data transmission rates continue to increase, wireless communication systems will approach closer to and may, at some time in the not-too-distant future, exceed the conditions necessary to produce Brillouin precursors in living tissue.”

On April 15, I sent an email to Oughstun and asked if there was a possibility of Brillouin precursors being created by 5G technology. His detailed reply, dated May 5, said, in part:

 “ This condition is likely not met, but again is close. A 10 Gbps (gigabits per second) data rate or higher would, however, be sufficient [to create Brillouin precursors], and that would be worrisome.”

In November 2018, GSMA the industry organization representing the interests of mobile operators worldwide, published its policy position on the 5G spectrum. To quote, in part from page 3:

“5G will be defined in a set of standardized specifications that will be agreed by international bodies- most notably the 3GPP and ultimately by the ITU in 2020. The ITU [International Telecommunications Union] has outlined specific criteria for IMT-2020 – commonly regarded as 5G – which will support the following use cases:

1. Enhanced mobile broadband: Including peak download speeds of at least 20 Gbps…”

It must be pointed out that no research has been carried out on Brillouin precursor creation with 5G phased array antennas – but it looks like a distinct possibility, considering the download speeds, which are implicated with the creation of Brillouin precursors.

Sources:

  • Dr. Kurt Oughstun is a professor of electrical engineering and mathematics at the University of Vermont, Burlington. He has done extensive work on the propagation of extremely short electromagnetic pulses through different types of materials, and is the author of more than 50 published papers, as well as the textbook Electromagnetic Pulse Propagation in Causal Dielectrics with G.C. Sherman (Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1994)
  • Slesin, L., Brillouin Precursors 101 with Professor Kurt Oughstun, Microwave News, Vol 22, No. 2, March/April 2002, pp. 10-11, https://microwavenews.com/news/backissues/m-a02issue.pdf
  • Email from Kurt Oughstun, May, 5, 2019

https://betweenrockandhardplace.wordpress.com/2019/05/24/guest-blog-can-5g-phased-array-antennas-generate-brillouin-precursors-by-don-maisch/

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''Borrowed from the military radar “phased arrays” technology, 5G is able to create beamforming based on panels of small antenna elements. In the mmWave bands, beamforming is a process used to produce narrow beams that can be controlled to point in a specific direction.''

What Makes 5G So Fast? mmWaves, MIMO, and Beamforming, and More

December 02, 2020 by John Koon

With 5G rolling out more quickly as we approach 2021, it may be helpful to touch on the key technologies that make 5G such a speedy success.

In a recent article, we discussed the basics of 5G technology—a discussion that is no longer in the realm of the hypothetical with 5G now being deployed in practice. One of the key talking points of 5G, at least from the consumer perspective, is its blazing-fast speeds. But what exactly makes 5G so fast? 

While the hardware-level details of 5G speed are extensive, this article will briefly discuss the basic building blocks that bump 5G speeds from 4G and LTE rates.

The Goals of 5G Point to Speed

As the name suggests, the 5G new radio (NR) requires a new kind of radio technology, antenna, and carrier tower design to achieve speeds of one gigabit per second with latency less than 10 milliseconds. The actual performance would depend on the design of the 5G products and the environment in which they operate.

The three main goals of 5G include enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB), massive machine-type communications (mMTC), and ultra-reliable low-latency communications (uRLLC).

 

Comparative speed of 5G

Comparative speed of 5G. Image used courtesy of Thales Group
 
  • eMBB enables more subscribers with higher performance of downlink speed data rate of 10 Gbps.
  • mMTC enables massive IoT connections globally. This is important for smart cities and autonomous vehicles to function properly without delay.
  • uRLLC provide a latency of less than 10 milliseconds. 

While these are theoretical goals to achieve, Verizon was able to demonstrate peak speeds close to 1 Gbps in its 5G ultra-wideband network in Chicago and Minneapolis. The company also charted latencies of less than 30 milliseconds—faster than the average 4G speed by 23 milliseconds.

Achieving this level of 5G performance requires a new 5G architecture and cellular wireless technology, which include mmWave/spectrum and frequencies, smaller cell towers with MIMO, and beamforming. On the device side, including 5G mobile phones, developers must include new antenna and modem designs.

 

Operating in the mmWave Ranges

Data transmission capacity is directly proportional to frequencies. To achieve a high data rate, 5G operates in the millimeter-wave (mmWave) range between 30 GHz and 300 GHz compared to 700 MHz to 2500 MHz for 4G.

Note that the frequencies used in the US are 28 GHz while some countries have below 6 GHz. The sub-6 GHz range can travel further and requires fewer cellular towers but its bandwidth is also lower. Some countries may choose to use this frequency to reduce the cost of infrastructure, despite less efficient performance.

 

Heterogenous 5G mobile network

Depiction of what a heterogenous 5G mobile network might look like. Image used courtesy of Aqeel Hussain Naqvi and Sungjoon Lim
 

mmWave can transmit about 6 gigabits per second for a short distance of around 1,000 feet. Therefore, 5G requires many cellular towers to make it work. 5G will create a very large M2M network. Because of its super speed, 5G can support a million IoT devices within 0.38 square miles (1 square kilometer) while 4G can only support 2,000. That's a 500 thousand times improvement.

Latency refers to response time to a request; the lower the latency, the faster the response. 5G has a latency of fewer than 10 milliseconds and eventually goes down to one millisecond. It is a two- to three-fold improvement over 4G.

 

MIMO Increases Antenna Performance

Compared with 4G, 5G cellular towers are much smaller and come in an array. Multiple-input, multiple-output antenna systems (MIMO) are used to send data over one radio channel instead of a single antenna used by 4G.

Depending on the application, a radio channel may use 6 x 2 MIMO ("6T2R"): six for receiving and downloading and two for transmitting and uploading (or other combinations). A maximum MIMO of 8T8R is possible. The 5G cellular tower consists of an antenna array of 100 or more. Similarly, the user device including mobile phones has similar antenna design to support the mmWave frequencies.

 

Beamforming Boosts Signal Strength

Borrowed from the military radar “phased arrays” technology, 5G is able to create beamforming based on panels of small antenna elements. In the mmWave bands, beamforming is a process used to produce narrow beams that can be controlled to point in a specific direction.

 

Block diagram of a phased-array receiver

Block diagram of a phased-array receiver. Image used courtesy of Aqeel Hussain Naqvi and Sungjoon Lim
 

Adjusting the amplitude and phase-out of each antenna, beamforming can produce strong beams that can penetrate through buildings. This will maximize signal strength.

 

https://www.allaboutcircuits.com/news/what-makes-5g-fast-mmwaves-mimo-beamforming/

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6 hours ago, Martin1234 said:

Any evidence to back up the nano chips in food?

 

You won't find this in the News ... These are super small devices , alien technology , too small to be seen by the eye ...

 

First person to cover this I think was Alex Jones who had an insider technician on his show , before 2000 this was ...

 

They have been mentioned by many diverse reliable sources , the latest  being the chaneller Karl Mollison " they are put in fast foods and bottled water " ... they transpond information carried in 3/4/5 G and convert it into a form accepted by the subconscious mind....

 

One of the curious features of the human is he has a subconscious mind  , this is not a normal feature , it was designed into us by the Annunaki so we could be hacked in this way ... A hypnotist can do this also by planting directions in a persons subconscious .. and the person will react with no conscious awareness or control.

 

I would imagine ingested nano chips may be able to  work their way out of the body with waste food ... Injected ones cant . Some think this is what the mass vaccination is about ... injecting nano chips , these combined with new 5G will give a powerful upgrade to the MK system. 

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5 hours ago, oz93666 said:

 

One of the curious features of the human is he has a subconscious mind  , this is not a normal feature , it was designed into us by the Annunaki so we could be hacked in this way ... A hypnotist can do this also by planting directions in a persons subconscious .. and the person will react with no conscious awareness or control.

 

So a hypnotist is doing just the same thing in hypnosis as the Cabal/Annunaki do electronically using nano chips in our bodies and 3/4/5G transmissions .....

 

A hypnotist will tell you the human population show wide variation in the range of "suggestibility" ... Some who are very suggestible he can get to do anything . Others are highly resistant to his influence ...

 

And this is why the Cabals MK doesn't work well on everyone . If it did there would be no truthers , no DI's ... No one who could think forbidden thoughts and we would all be puppets in their hands.

 

They also have another form of MK .. Psychic mind control carried out by malevolent spirits and Annunaki psychics... The Annunaki population is very small and they only spend their time on VIPs who aren't brought in line by electronic means  ... David may receive some attention from them , to steer his message into dead ends like Matrix Hologram reality... He is probably influenced by them to believe in no virus , no mask ....  to lead truthers to their doom. 

 

 

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