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  # 2322762 22-Sep-2019 17:09
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[Yawn]

 

Someone who says "research it yourself" doesn't have credible evidence, otherwise they would have cited it.

 

 


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  # 2322877 22-Sep-2019 19:58
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Wasn't there something similar when Telecom introduced 025  TDMA cellphones back in 1987? Weren't we all supposed to be dead from cancer from those things within 5 years? Yet here I am, somehow, alive in 2019.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2323259 23-Sep-2019 11:21
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I did some work for the Ministry of Health a few years ago. The way this document is written, in terms of language, formatting and wild unsubstantiated claims is very similar to the correspondence that came in from the nutters on a wide range of topics (cell phone towers, fluoride, vaccines etc) depressingly frequently. The hand-wavy appeal to UN rules on human experimentation puts it in that category without doubt.

 

It should be easy enough to identify who sent this. Whangarei isn't a large town. Loads of devices emit electromagnetic fields (cell phones, stereos, electric blankets, stoves, car engines, household lights, toasters.....). So just have a drive around to figure out who has clad their house in corrugated iron (grounded, to block the signals), disconnected their mains electricity, has a horse and carriage for getting around, cooks on a coal range and lights their house with whale oil lamps. Knock on the door to confirm, and when they come to the door wearing a suit and hat made of tinfoil you will know for sure.

 

Then just cough on them. Once is sufficient. Since they won't be vaccinated, and refuse to use antibiotics, you will likely never hear from them again.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  # 2323268 23-Sep-2019 11:25
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Next thing from the anti 5G people will be that they can see 5G in the air  going past there houses. 





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  # 2323272 23-Sep-2019 11:27
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I remember a person complaining when I was at VodafonenNZ and since the new tower was built they could not sleep had real bad headaches 24/7 even before the tower was powered up


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  # 2323301 23-Sep-2019 11:59
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It is almost always the case that these guys will carry other RF devices and haven't heard of the Inverse Squared Law.


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  # 2323314 23-Sep-2019 12:15
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the real conspiracy is that our government has conspired with the telcos to setup 5G towers all over the country to deliver these cancerous radio waves to kill us off, I can’t see the benefits myself of killing your citizens off, unless big pharma corps are in on this too ready to ship out the medication and the chemo.

Commonsense, would our government be involved in something that could potentially be so terrible and deadly? Our little government were talking about! you’d think these tin foilers would have some sense to sit back and look at this logically.

Not sure why they’re worried having heads as dense as lead, not even commonsense can penetrate through.

 
 
 
 


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  # 2323377 23-Sep-2019 13:53
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tripper1000:

 

It is almost always the case that these guys will carry other RF devices and haven't heard of the Inverse Squared Law.

 

 

 

 

And because of this, you're going to get a much higher dosage of non-ionizing radiation from your wifi router in the same room than you will from a cellular panel mounted on a lamp post outside on the road.

 

Cellular panels are also highly directive and you're going to measure a much stronger field strength up in the air in front of the panels than you will from the base of the tower or inside a building next to the tower.


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  # 2323378 23-Sep-2019 13:56
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quickymart:

 

Wasn't there something similar when Telecom introduced 025  TDMA cellphones back in 1987? Weren't we all supposed to be dead from cancer from those things within 5 years? Yet here I am, somehow, alive in 2019.

 

 

Now you mention it I just realised, my brother in law used a mobile telephone and he recently died of cancer, I reckon they might be on to something.


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  # 2323398 23-Sep-2019 14:49
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So many things that can get you. Measles from not being vaccinated, e coli from drinking water, brain-eating amoeba from swimming, amputation of limbs from Capnocytophaga canimorsus after letting your dog or cat lick you. After all this, a little government mind control radiation is pretty far down on my list.

 

 





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  # 2323403 23-Sep-2019 15:00
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hio77:

 

https://www.smh.com.au/technology/the-science-is-clear-we-ve-more-to-fear-from-baby-monitors-than-5g-20190909-p52peo.html

 

Give them some reading material back :) 

 

Waste of time. It'd be exactly the same as giving credible, peer reviewed scientific papers to anti-vaxxers.


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  # 2323423 23-Sep-2019 15:49
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The population of Green Bank WV has doubled in the past few years, -

 

 So maybe these people are on to something.... although then again, given its pop is still less than 300..... I might wait until they hit 4 figures before really worrying that the overwhelming evidence is being hidden from us.....


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  # 2323424 23-Sep-2019 15:53
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These people need to be lumped in with those that "dont like cell phone towers" yet scream murder when they lose cellphone reception.

 

 





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  # 2323549 23-Sep-2019 20:32
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Linux:

 

I remember a person complaining when I was at VodafonenNZ and since the new tower was built they could not sleep had real bad headaches 24/7 even before the tower was powered up

 

 

 

 

 

 

that also happened years ago when xt was being built. 2d said that they had interference from the spark tower. pffft didnt even have power to it yet. 


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  # 2323550 23-Sep-2019 20:33
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I remember reading about a similar thing from South Africa (I think it was there). People complained that a new tower was causing them to lose sleep, etc. It went to court and the company produced documentation certifying that it hadn't been powered on yet. The complainants then changed tactics and declared that they were allergic to the paint!


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