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Federal Lawsuit to Stop 5G
Shoggoth
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Post: #151
RE: Federal Lawsuit to Stop 5G
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I like these conversations. I like knowing I'm keeping you near your computer monitor which is putting out EM radiation. I like to think that I'm doing my part in irradiating you. If I was your neighbor I'd buy ten routers and put them on the side of my house that was closest to yours.
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Luvapottamus
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Post: #152
RE: Federal Lawsuit to Stop 5G
DontCare  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:21 PM)
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:18 PM)
Should these guys were shorts and tank tops?

[Image: agyhh7O.jpg]

Did some crystal pendant hippie sell that to him?

chuckle

I wouldn't doubt if you pulled that image off of one of your woo woo sites.

UniTech’s flame-retardant RF garment has earned worldwide acceptance for more than 15 years and is the first-ever CE-certified protective garment to reduce exposure to high frequency electromagnetic radiation. UniTech’s RF garment construction begins with Naptex PM-30, the most reliable, machine-launderable RF protection fabric available today. The coverall design incorporates the comfort and usability features of UniTech’s proven nuclear protection garments, and the RF hood has been streamlined into a comfortable cover that moves with the head. The soft textile face screen is user-replaceable, and a baseball cap styled brim provides eye shading as well as support for the screen. UniTech’s RF system also includes machine-washable knit gloves and socks.

Because UniTech garments feel like a regular coverall, worker acceptance is excellent. And since they wear well and retain high protection factors over years of use, they are also economical. UniTech RF garments are utilized by organizations worldwide including Deutsche Telekom, Swiss Teracom, BelgaCom, France Telecom, PageNet, Arch, Crown-Castle, and BellSouth....

[Image: 2DyBLuI.jpg]

http://www.unitechus.com/services/rf-protection/

I hope I can afford a set before your towers are deployed.

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Shoggoth
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06-17-2019 11:32 PM

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Post: #153
RE: Federal Lawsuit to Stop 5G
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:29 PM)
DontCare  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:21 PM)
I wouldn't doubt if you pulled that image off of one of your woo woo sites.

UniTech’s flame-retardant RF garment has earned worldwide acceptance for more than 15 years and is the first-ever CE-certified protective garment to reduce exposure to high frequency electromagnetic radiation. UniTech’s RF garment construction begins with Naptex PM-30, the most reliable, machine-launderable RF protection fabric available today. The coverall design incorporates the comfort and usability features of UniTech’s proven nuclear protection garments, and the RF hood has been streamlined into a comfortable cover that moves with the head. The soft textile face screen is user-replaceable, and a baseball cap styled brim provides eye shading as well as support for the screen. UniTech’s RF system also includes machine-washable knit gloves and socks.

Because UniTech garments feel like a regular coverall, worker acceptance is excellent. And since they wear well and retain high protection factors over years of use, they are also economical. UniTech RF garments are utilized by organizations worldwide including Deutsche Telekom, Swiss Teracom, BelgaCom, France Telecom, PageNet, Arch, Crown-Castle, and BellSouth....

[Image: 2DyBLuI.jpg]

http://www.unitechus.com/services/rf-protection/

I hope I can afford a set before your towers are deployed.

When the towers are deployed I'll be standing next to the closest one in shorts and sandals.
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Luvapottamus
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Post: #154
RE: Federal Lawsuit to Stop 5G
DontCare  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:24 PM)
I like these conversations. I like knowing I'm keeping you near your computer monitor which is putting out EM radiation. I like to think that I'm doing my part in irradiating you. If I was your neighbor I'd buy ten routers and put them on the side of my house that was closest to yours.

I know you would.

chuckle

Guess what I'd do.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corner_reflector
chuckle

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Shoggoth
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Post: #155
RE: Federal Lawsuit to Stop 5G
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:35 PM)
DontCare  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:24 PM)
I like these conversations. I like knowing I'm keeping you near your computer monitor which is putting out EM radiation. I like to think that I'm doing my part in irradiating you. If I was your neighbor I'd buy ten routers and put them on the side of my house that was closest to yours.

I know you would.

chuckle

Guess what I'd do.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corner_reflector
chuckle

Yeah, then what?
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Luvapottamus
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Post: #156
RE: Federal Lawsuit to Stop 5G
DontCare  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:32 PM)
When the towers are deployed I'll be standing next to the closest one in shorts and sandals.

If you stand right under it you'll probably be fine.

It usually takes about six years living next to a regular cell tower before you get EHS.

People within 300 yards are the most effected.

After that though...that's the problem with 5G. You have no where to go....

And that's the problem with wireless generally.

Lots of people grew up with it, don't know what healthy feels like.

But you'll know what sick feels like after a few years.

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Luvapottamus
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Post: #157
RE: Federal Lawsuit to Stop 5G
DontCare  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:37 PM)
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:35 PM)
I know you would.

chuckle

Guess what I'd do.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corner_reflector
chuckle

Yeah, then what?

Then you'll buy more routers I guess....

chuckle

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Shoggoth
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06-17-2019 11:41 PM

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Post: #158
RE: Federal Lawsuit to Stop 5G
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:39 PM)
DontCare  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:32 PM)
When the towers are deployed I'll be standing next to the closest one in shorts and sandals.

If you stand right under it you'll probably be fine.

It usually takes about six years living next to a regular cell tower before you get EHS.

People within 300 yards are the most effected.

After that though...that's the problem with 5G. You have no where to go....

And that's the problem with wireless generally.

Lots of people grew up with it, don't know what healthy feels like.

But you'll know what sick feels like after a few years.

Yet there is only a small amount of you people with your particular phobia. I grew up in the bad old days without wireless technology, I wasn't a fan of it.
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Post: #159
RE: Federal Lawsuit to Stop 5G
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:40 PM)
DontCare  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:37 PM)
Yeah, then what?

Then you'll buy more routers I guess....

chuckle

Yeah probably. Then I'd look into getting a badass HAM radio set up and really set up my house to transmit some powerful signals.
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Luvapottamus
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Post: #160
RE: Federal Lawsuit to Stop 5G
DontCare  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:41 PM)
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:39 PM)
If you stand right under it you'll probably be fine.

It usually takes about six years living next to a regular cell tower before you get EHS.

People within 300 yards are the most effected.

After that though...that's the problem with 5G. You have no where to go....

And that's the problem with wireless generally.

Lots of people grew up with it, don't know what healthy feels like.

But you'll know what sick feels like after a few years.

Yet there is only a small amount of you people with your particular phobia. I grew up in the bad old days without wireless technology, I wasn't a fan of it.

You forgot how to find a gas station?

chuckle

I assumed you never learned how.

Your kids won't be able to drive a car or open a door to their bedroom.

chuckle

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Shoggoth
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Post: #161
RE: Federal Lawsuit to Stop 5G
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:45 PM)
DontCare  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:41 PM)
Yet there is only a small amount of you people with your particular phobia. I grew up in the bad old days without wireless technology, I wasn't a fan of it.

You forgot how to find a gas station?

chuckle

I assumed you never learned how.

Your kids won't be able to drive a car or open a door to their bedroom.

chuckle

I remember getting lost on some back roads a few times and being terrified that I was going to run out of gas before I could find a station. Then with no way to get in touch with anyone I would have been completely f**ked if I had run out of gas. I repeat: I don't miss the bad old days.
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Luvapottamus
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RE: Federal Lawsuit to Stop 5G
William Catterall (U. Washington) Part 3: Voltage-gated Calcium Channels

How does a baseball player react quickly enough to hit a 90 mph fastball or a tennis player to hit a 60 mph serve? All of the fast events in our bodies, such as vision, hearing, nerve conduction and muscle contraction, involve electrical signals. In Part 1 of his talk, Dr. Catterall explains how the flow of sodium and potassium ions, through specific channels in the cell membrane, creates an electrical signal in nerve and muscle cells. He describes the structure and function of the sodium channel and its important role in physiology and pharmacology.

In Part 2 of his talk, Catterall describes how voltage gated sodium channels function at an atomic level. Bacterial Na+ channels in the NaChBac family contain many of the elements of mammalian Na+ channels but in a much simpler form. Using X-ray crystallography to study NaChBac proteins, Catterall and his colleagues determined which domains of sodium channels are responsible for sensing voltage differences across the cell membrane and how these domains trigger the opening of the channel pore. It was also possible to identify the structural changes leading to the slow inactivation of channels after multiple rounds of opening and closing and to understand how NaChBac establishes its specificity for Na+ ions.

In his third talk, Catterall switches his focus to voltage gated calcium channels. Na+ and Ca2+ channels share a common ancestor and consequently, much of the overall structure of the voltage sensing domain and the central pore is conserved. In spite of this homology, the calcium channel selects specifically for Ca2+ ions, even in the presence of an excess of Na+. Upon entry into the cell, Ca2+ ions regulate numerous intracellular processes. Catterall explains how his group was able to engineer a bacterial calcium channel that allowed them to identify the residues required for Ca2+ selectivity. He also describes experiments demonstrating that Ca2+ ions act locally within the cell, allowing for targeted regulation of cellular functions such as learning and memory in the brain and contraction in skeletal and cardiac muscle.





RF pulses make these valves malfunction.

Causing:





My heart problem...

And odd things like tremors:

SPONTANEOUS MOVEMENTS OF
HANDS IN GRADIENTS OF WEAK
VHF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS


http://jultika.oulu.fi/files/isbn9789514297601.pdf

That's a real interesting study of the effects of digital TV signals on students and the test group also included water well dowsers....

All were effected^^^^

And how they going to bill the electricity on 5G transmitters?

Smart meters.

Not only do you get a new cell transmitter, but it'll come with another smart meter.

There is no such thing as sovereign debt. Reinstate Greenbacks.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb5OQUElilo
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Luvapottamus
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Post: #163
RE: Federal Lawsuit to Stop 5G
DontCare  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:48 PM)
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (06-17-2019 11:45 PM)
You forgot how to find a gas station?

chuckle

I assumed you never learned how.

Your kids won't be able to drive a car or open a door to their bedroom.

chuckle

I remember getting lost on some back roads a few times and being terrified that I was going to run out of gas before I could find a station. Then with no way to get in touch with anyone I would have been completely f**ked if I had run out of gas. I repeat: I don't miss the bad old days.

lol

I ALMOST ran out of gas too!

Borg me to the internet of Things!

chuckle

There is no such thing as sovereign debt. Reinstate Greenbacks.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb5OQUElilo
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Shoggoth
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06-18-2019 12:05 AM

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Post: #164
RE: Federal Lawsuit to Stop 5G
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (06-18-2019 12:01 AM)
William Catterall (U. Washington) Part 3: Voltage-gated Calcium Channels

How does a baseball player react quickly enough to hit a 90 mph fastball or a tennis player to hit a 60 mph serve? All of the fast events in our bodies, such as vision, hearing, nerve conduction and muscle contraction, involve electrical signals. In Part 1 of his talk, Dr. Catterall explains how the flow of sodium and potassium ions, through specific channels in the cell membrane, creates an electrical signal in nerve and muscle cells. He describes the structure and function of the sodium channel and its important role in physiology and pharmacology.

In Part 2 of his talk, Catterall describes how voltage gated sodium channels function at an atomic level. Bacterial Na+ channels in the NaChBac family contain many of the elements of mammalian Na+ channels but in a much simpler form. Using X-ray crystallography to study NaChBac proteins, Catterall and his colleagues determined which domains of sodium channels are responsible for sensing voltage differences across the cell membrane and how these domains trigger the opening of the channel pore. It was also possible to identify the structural changes leading to the slow inactivation of channels after multiple rounds of opening and closing and to understand how NaChBac establishes its specificity for Na+ ions.

In his third talk, Catterall switches his focus to voltage gated calcium channels. Na+ and Ca2+ channels share a common ancestor and consequently, much of the overall structure of the voltage sensing domain and the central pore is conserved. In spite of this homology, the calcium channel selects specifically for Ca2+ ions, even in the presence of an excess of Na+. Upon entry into the cell, Ca2+ ions regulate numerous intracellular processes. Catterall explains how his group was able to engineer a bacterial calcium channel that allowed them to identify the residues required for Ca2+ selectivity. He also describes experiments demonstrating that Ca2+ ions act locally within the cell, allowing for targeted regulation of cellular functions such as learning and memory in the brain and contraction in skeletal and cardiac muscle.





RF pulses make these valves malfunction.

Causing:





My heart problem...

And odd things like tremors:

SPONTANEOUS MOVEMENTS OF
HANDS IN GRADIENTS OF WEAK
VHF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS


http://jultika.oulu.fi/files/isbn9789514297601.pdf

That's a real interesting study of the effects of digital TV signals on students and the test group also included water well dowsers....

All were effected^^^^

And how they going to bill the electricity on 5G transmitters?

Smart meters.

Not only do you get a new cell transmitter, but it'll come with another smart meter.

Dowsers? You mean the bs with the bent coat hangars? That's some Edgar Kaycee level woo right there.
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Luvapottamus
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Post: #165
RE: Federal Lawsuit to Stop 5G
DontCare  Wrote: (06-18-2019 12:05 AM)
Dowsers? You mean the bs with the bent coat hangars? That's some Edgar Kaycee level woo right there.

Yeah it is....

But apparently not.

chuckle

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb5OQUElilo
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