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originally posted by: neo96
Where the ATS aborists at ?
originally posted by: Sabrechucker
5G is the overloaded threshold. Their is no need for 5G. Welcome to the electronic minuplation of your soul.
thank you millenials
originally posted by: dfnj2015
a reply to: LookingAtMars
The stupid liberals are now trying to save trees. We can't have big government telling business how to run their business. We need to create competitivity counsel to oversee liberals dumb decisions that are counter to business productivity. We can't have someone in Washington pretending to be an expert on trees.
Research has also found a high level of damage to trees from antenna radiation. For example, a field monitoring study spanning 9 years involving over 100 trees (Waldmann-Selsam 2016) found trees sustained more damage on the side of the tree facing the antenna.
At least three studies over the years have documented that there is often a link between conclusions of studies and the source of the money that paid for the research. Science funded by industry is less likely to find health risks than studies paid for by institutions or authorities….Studies which are solely financed by industry are likely to be biased” – Investigate Europe, 2019
originally posted by: crayzeed
a reply to: LookingAtMars
What a bunch of f###ing eedgits. Are you all real or what? Please, please google 5G transmitters and see what they look like, what this guy is saying is total, total BS.What you are seeing ladies and gentlemen are LED street lights with a radio receiver (not a transmitter) so the local authority can turn the lights on or off at their discretion.
They aint 5G transmitters.
5G transmitters are planned to be fitted nationwide to the street lights.
originally posted by: Maxatoria
Looking at that tree its the loss of bark on the left hand side thats causing the problem as its what supplies most of the tree's needs, looking at the ground its paler than the surrounding area which probably means the water supply for the tree may be a bit short.
Theres no start of the roots above ground which probably means work may have been done to make the area under the tree more level.
Its one of those things where it would of been good to of seen how things were 10/20/30 years ago.
My guess would generally be years of it being bashed by workmen in large mowers has damaged the left side which now seems to be healing itself but pretty much everything on the left hand side will probably die off over the next few years as the usual storms etc take their toll and people will complain and it'll be judged a risk and thus chopped down.
originally posted by: Metallicus
a reply to: Archivalist
Let’s hope you're right because there isn’t any op-out option for this ‘technology’. Everyone is going to be bombarded by this whether they like it or not.
originally posted by: Helig
Wifi (2.4 Ghz and 5Ghz) doesn't make us sick, nor does the plethora of TV signals being beamed around or anything else. We are bathed in RF all day both intentional from devices that use it to communicate as well as unintentional (cheap chinesium electronics) and so far there have been no credible studies that even create a tenuous link to cancer or other physical illness.
originally posted by: fleabit
As someone in the tech industry, I look forward to these sorts of leaps in performance. As a human being, it still think it should be safely rolled out, not pushed out for $$$ gains at our risk.
originally posted by: sean
not just DNA being torn to pieces which is also possible*.
How is non-ionizing radiation different from ionizing radiation?
Put simply, non-ionizing radiation differs from ionizing radiation in the way it acts on materials like air, water, and living tissue
Unlike x-rays and other forms of ionizing radiation, non-ionizing radiation does not have enough energy to remove electrons from atoms and molecules. Non-ionizing radiation can heat substances. For example, the microwave radiation inside a microwave oven heats water and food rapidly.