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  #2487393 20-May-2020 20:44
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Beccara: Why is someone from "School of Psychology" dabbling in a health physics issue?

I believe Health Physics in general relates to uses of and safety of ionising radiation only. Pockett claims strong evidence exists showing non-ionising radiation is or can be dangerous independent of any heating effect.

Pockett has research interests on the relationship between electromagnetic fields and consiousness, that is the connection in this case.

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  #2487397 20-May-2020 20:50
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I do wonder if some of the funds and activities raised by anti-5G to bring various speakers to NZ could have been better spent on a program of controlled research to replicate and study the most concerning aspects of the claimed evidence.

 
 
 
 


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  #2487399 20-May-2020 20:53
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gzt: I do wonder if some of the funds and activities raised by anti-5G to bring various speakers to NZ could have been better spent on a program of controlled research to replicate and study the most concerning aspects of the claimed evidence.

 

Don't come into this here reckon-fest with logic. We don't need your scientific methods round here. Karen from facebook has already given us the answers.


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  #2487405 20-May-2020 21:13
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freitasm:

 

Like "The Victorian Belief That a Train Ride Could Cause Instant Insanity"

 

 

 

 

Take the Central line in London in the middle of summer at rush hour, i'd believe that. 


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  #2487408 20-May-2020 21:19
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gzt: Compulsory CDC post:


https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/radiation/nonionizing_radiation.html#risk

 

I wonder how many of these protesters use a Microwave for cooking or don't use sunblock every time they venture outside?





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  #2487419 20-May-2020 22:06
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lxsw20:
freitasm: Like "The Victorian Belief That a Train Ride Could Cause Instant Insanity"
Take the Central line in London in the middle of summer at rush hour, i'd believe that.

Going offtopic, in modern times we have air rage. It's a mystery, alcohol is always involved...

 
 
 
 


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  #2487597 21-May-2020 10:35
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Technofreak:

 

gzt: Compulsory CDC post:


https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/radiation/nonionizing_radiation.html#risk

 

I wonder how many of these protesters use a Microwave for cooking or don't use sunblock every time they venture outside?

 

 

Probably a similar number to how many of them use wifi or a cellphone to spew their garbage across Facebook, or happily watch television beamed in from a UHF aerial or satellite, or do so much as switch on a lightbulb inside.





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  #2493297 28-May-2020 01:41
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Looks like Big Clive has the solution, a 5G suppression inductor tuned to absorb negative 5G energy. Also comes with a dual-capacitor chemtrail neutraliser at no extra cost.

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  #2493674 28-May-2020 14:10
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neb 

 

Looks like there is good coin in the Anti 5G thing.
If you can't argue with them, then part them from their money.

 

Another tear-down.
Pulling apart a £339 anti-5G USB stick
https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-52810220

 

"The 5GBioShield was recommended by a member of Glastonbury Town Council's 5G Advisory Committee, which has called for an inquiry into 5G."

 

At that price its probably more profitable than repackaging water.
I would guess you would get more takers for the repackaged water, being more um, natural.


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  #2493692 28-May-2020 14:25
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Could Geekzone not market a 5G neutraliser to be placed at the base of towers so they don't need to be burnt down? We could give selected representative organisations a 20% discount on our very low $1,000 price.

 

 

 





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  #2493697 28-May-2020 14:37
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Another tear-down.
Pulling apart a £339 anti-5G USB stick
https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-52810220

 

 

No-one who has one of these USB bio-equalisers has been harmed by 5G, so obviously they work!

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  #2493699 28-May-2020 14:40
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Glastonbury 5G report 'hijacked by conspiracy theorists'

 

Now, three members of the group that produced the report have told the BBC they resigned because it was taken over by anti-5G activists and "spiritual healers".

 

 

"The whole thing was completely biased from the beginning," says Mark Swann, one of those who resigned.

 

 

"Genuine scientific expertise has been scorned in favour of conspiracy and hearsay," wrote David Swain in his letter of resignation.

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  #2493776 28-May-2020 16:15
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And if you still have some change left from your bio-equaliser, you can always give it to this loathsome creature. How this kind of thing is allowed to go on mystifies and appalls me. Yes, people need to take some responsibility for themselves, but surely there is something that could be done about this kind of stupid.

 

 





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  #2493780 28-May-2020 16:24
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From that article:

 

 

Earlier this month, Australia's Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) issued fines totalling $151,200 to MMS Australia for alleged unlawful advertising of Miracle Mineral Solution and other medicines.

 

 

Australia has some really good consumer protection laws, effectively enforced. From reading Consumer, they regularly point out that something like what they're reporting on wouldn't be allowed to happen in Australia. Pity our enforcement isn't as good here...

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