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# 261368 23-Nov-2019 17:37
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The 5G Luddites.



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  # 2359801 23-Nov-2019 18:18
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1) Wireless doesn't involve Microwaves.
2) Many people are using their phones in that room.
3) Satellites are not in use here, you're mistaken.
4) The Sun is the biggest source of Electromagnetic Radiation. You can't avoid that... I am pretty sure the sun has been there since forever.
5) MM Waves can't travel through your skin. And no, it isn't the same as airport scanners which can penetrate further than this.


I commented also... I bet they'll just turn off comments as they don't have an open mind.

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  # 2359805 23-Nov-2019 18:25
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I quite like the 'electronic smog' line.



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  # 2359806 23-Nov-2019 18:38
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Nut job.  Bizarre how he disregards the votes of Americans who voted for a democratically elected US President.

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  # 2359818 23-Nov-2019 20:15
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talking about 5G conspiracy


I laugh at Americans going on about it when they used to have  Atomic Bomb Tests Tourism in Las Vegas


Atomic Bomb are more dangerous than 5 G

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  # 2359862 23-Nov-2019 22:02
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I just wasted 5 minutes watching "5G in 5 minutes" on this website, 


There wasn't one shred of rational validated evidence in the video. It was full of dramatised irrational claims.


I see there was a meeting Hamilton today. Pity I was out of town. Would have been entertaining to have gone along.

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