Wi-Fi, 4G/5G Cell Towers, EMF Radiation and Your Health

Frank Badfinger

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Frank Badfinger, have you heard of Katherine Albrecht? She talked a lot about this for several years.
I did quick check of her on this site, and discovered that she had gotten much harder to find on the internet.
I don't think I have. I'll have to check out her stuff. I use Duckduckgo and got quite a few hits. She may be blocked or shadow banned elsewhere. Thanks for the tip.
 






Tidal

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BTW, I posted this last year-
"microwave cookers are miniature Faraday cages to keep the radiation from getting out, but they also stop radiation getting in.
For example as an experiment switch on a radio and put it in there and it'll fall silent or near-silent because the radio waves can't reach it.
The only practical value of that bit of info is that we can store things in a spare microwave to protect them from an EM pulse or whatever"

And perhaps I should add that small radios would be top priority to store in a microwave so that their electronics won't be frazzled by a solar flare or enemy nuclear EMP blast or whatever.
That way, we'd still have a working radio to keep in touch with news broadcasts to know what's going on, whereas other peoples radios and TV's would have been frazzled and they wouldn't have a clue.




But as an alternative to storing radios in a microwave, we could wrap them in kitchen foil for protection, I googled around to find out how to do it properly and then wrapped mine up (below)-
First remove the batteries in case they leak during longterm storage.
Pic 1- Then put the radio in any polythene bag.
Pic 2- Then wrap the bag snugly round it. (The wrap is to insulate the radio from the tinfoil)
Pic 3- Then wrap it up in several layers of tinfoil and pop it on your top shelf ready for doomsday..:)

 






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Tidal

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What an EM pulse can do-
The American 'Starfish Prime' nuclear test in the south pacific in 1962, is seen here through cloud detonating 900m from Hawaii at 250 miles altitude-



WIKI- "The Starfish Prime electromagnetic pulse caused electrical damage in Hawaii 1,445 kilometres (898 mi) away from the detonation point, knocking out about 300 streetlights, setting off numerous burglar alarms and damaging a telephone company.
The EMP damage to the microwave link shut down telephone calls from Kauai to the other Hawaiian islands."


PS- It was claimed by the milirary that the power of the EMP was "accidental and under-estimated", but I wouldn't be surprised if they did it on purpose as an experiment to see what effects it'd have on Hawaii.
 






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Speaking about 5G and WIFI. They made to do signal in the big place. So it will influence on you and bees will die even if you turn it off on your house. Also see what happened to trees nearby -- all damaged.
We lack of bees because 5G are nearby.
Without bees there will be a famine.
Also there are no birds and it was summer.
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Maldarker

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BTW, I posted this last year-
"microwave cookers are miniature Faraday cages to keep the radiation from getting out, but they also stop radiation getting in.
For example as an experiment switch on a radio and put it in there and it'll fall silent or near-silent because the radio waves can't reach it.
The only practical value of that bit of info is that we can store things in a spare microwave to protect them from an EM pulse or whatever"

And perhaps I should add that small radios would be top priority to store in a microwave so that their electronics won't be frazzled by a solar flare or enemy nuclear EMP blast or whatever.
That way, we'd still have a working radio to keep in touch with news broadcasts to know what's going on, whereas other peoples radios and TV's would have been frazzled and they wouldn't have a clue.




But as an alternative to storing radios in a microwave, we could wrap them in kitchen foil for protection, I googled around to find out how to do it properly and then wrapped mine up (below)-
First remove the batteries in case they leak during longterm storage.
Pic 1- Then put the radio in any polythene bag.
Pic 2- Then wrap the bag snugly round it. (The wrap is to insulate the radio from the tinfoil)
Pic 3- Then wrap it up in several layers of tinfoil and pop it on your top shelf ready for doomsday..:)

BTW you can shield your houses electric grid from emp...the rest might be down but if you go wind solar or generator well your good.
 






polymoog

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Will an EMP also damage unshielded hard drives, CDs and DVD's?
hard drives: i think yes. the capacitors and resistors would probably fry.
CD/DVD: i think not. a magnetic field should also have no effect, either since they are coated in plastic. your DVD/CD player will fry, so that will need protection.

if you are concerned, you would need to wrap the item in aluminum foil and then bury it in the ground. the depth varies according to the strength of the pulse.
 






Maes17

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BTW, I posted this last year-
"microwave cookers are miniature Faraday cages to keep the radiation from getting out, but they also stop radiation getting in.
For example as an experiment switch on a radio and put it in there and it'll fall silent or near-silent because the radio waves can't reach it.
The only practical value of that bit of info is that we can store things in a spare microwave to protect them from an EM pulse or whatever"

And perhaps I should add that small radios would be top priority to store in a microwave so that their electronics won't be frazzled by a solar flare or enemy nuclear EMP blast or whatever.
That way, we'd still have a working radio to keep in touch with news broadcasts to know what's going on, whereas other peoples radios and TV's would have been frazzled and they wouldn't have a clue.




But as an alternative to storing radios in a microwave, we could wrap them in kitchen foil for protection, I googled around to find out how to do it properly and then wrapped mine up (below)-
First remove the batteries in case they leak during longterm storage.
Pic 1- Then put the radio in any polythene bag.
Pic 2- Then wrap the bag snugly round it. (The wrap is to insulate the radio from the tinfoil)
Pic 3- Then wrap it up in several layers of tinfoil and pop it on your top shelf ready for doomsday..:)

Lol. Damn bud. Good job
 






Maldarker

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hard drives: i think yes. the capacitors and resistors would probably fry.
CD/DVD: i think not. a magnetic field should also have no effect, either since they are coated in plastic. your DVD/CD player will fry, so that will need protection.

if you are concerned, you would need to wrap the item in aluminum foil and then bury it in the ground. the depth varies according to the strength of the pulse.
Note on that with the HDD's as long as not powered on. Remember it;s the extreme surge that does it no power no surge to take but we don't no how strong an emp if suit case then only in general area would it effect if not insulated. Would if worried about a very strong atmosphere blast whole nation of effect emp bomb. The answer then would be maybe because it depends on where how much etc. so to be safe insulate.
 






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