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Can we buld an asylum for Musk ?

November 29, 2020 at 13:19:37
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Musk is out of control and needs to be restrained. Musk is doing this SpaceX (Bezos like this too) thing which will cause problems for professional astronomers. Not only that, too much 5g may be bad for your health. I found a scientist on YouTube discussing this (60 minutes long). I'm going to include a link to a much shorter video concerning astronomy. I hope you find it interesting.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rx7...

If the link doesn't work properly just type in ....The most exciting telescope that no-one is talking about

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#1
November 29, 2020 at 14:12:11
Certainly there are issues surrounding his mass deployment of satellites; let alone some of the possible unhealthy influences 5G "may have, or be clearly demonstrated to have.

Sadly in the current climate money carries a big stick and thus wields more influence than often is wise.

There is already way too much redundant stuff up there causing all maner of potential problems and disasters; not the least for the ISS crews and anyone who has to avoid that stuff whilst on their way to wherever...

Incidentally your youtube link takes one to a whole slew of youtubes, rather than the one to which you refer? Or is the one you reference to in that list; and if so which is it?

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#2
November 29, 2020 at 14:53:10
Sorry about that. The link seems to be working properly now. Thank you for telling me :-)
Q. How do you change the title of a post ? I left the i out of build. This site isn't letting me do that.

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#3
November 29, 2020 at 15:23:21
Possibly if you contact one of the moderators, or Justin himself directly, it can done by them/him?

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#4
November 29, 2020 at 15:53:22
With the promise of broadband internet-service to a large part of the U.S. {that many people aren't able to get}, you're going to have a hard time convincing people to "restrain" him. Especially in a COVID-19 world....

And he didn't have anything to do with the development of 5G...he in fact seems to consider it a "competitor":

https://www.lightreading.com/mobile...

"Channeling the spirit of jboy..."

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#5
November 29, 2020 at 16:06:53
But he does want to add to the clutter in low earth orbits; for purely personal financial gain - and in time control, power? If you control a system of communication, you have power...

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#6
November 29, 2020 at 16:09:42
"But he does want to add to the clutter in low earth orbits...."

Not denying that...just stating that right now he's coming off more hero than villain.

"Channeling the spirit of jboy..."


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#7
November 29, 2020 at 16:21:31
Fair comment... but in the end will he merely become get another villain pocketing cash and power...

Time to go back to paper, pen ‘n ink (or pencil for local communication; and/or two tin cans on a long piece of string. And smoke signals or drums for rural areas...

Retires for nite cap of kooking sherry....

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#8
November 30, 2020 at 03:21:08
In answer to your question as posted “literally”

Yes one could build an asylum, but where, and would you get planning approval? And then there’s the question of civil rights, and getting medical certification before putting “anyone” in there...


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#9
November 30, 2020 at 05:20:06
The proposed asylum should make 5G, and only 5G, available for the residents.

That would drive Musk insane.

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#10
November 30, 2020 at 05:40:47
Ah... now that’s an interesting idea.... but it might be deemed an humane and unlawful punishment or treatment...

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#11
November 30, 2020 at 20:35:28
5g might seem like a good idea to a lot of people. This is sort of like all the wind turbines that were put up in my area. Seemed like a good idea, but now the ranchers that leased out their land to the energy company are sick of them and are moving away. They're complaining about heart arrhythmia, migrane headaches and fatigue. It's the subsonic noise (AKA infrasound) that causes this. National Wind Watch and similar sites describe these issues. Bottom line is that big corporations do experiments on us. NO RESEARCH .... Just do it. Watch the money roll in.

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#12
November 30, 2020 at 23:22:02
Yup it’s often that way... The general public are the guinea pigs for all manner of things.

Early microwave ovens were marketed without proper checks ‘n balances re’ leaks etc., and design of the “”field” within to ensure that items being death rayed, or nuked... (sorry “cooked”) was in order.

There is a village in the UK (can’t remember where it is...) where many there reported various effects on the local population, after a couple of turbines were installed atop a hill a short distance from it. Biggest complaint was the constant thump thump and that some properties were showing signs of distress, and the occupants being unable to get a decent nights sleep - let alone other problems similar to those experienced by those ranchers.

The adverse effects of micro waves, cell phone transmission are well documented but conveniently ignored as fake science... Nonetheless there is a valley community (I think it’s somewhere in the east coast of the US) where everyone has removed to it, so as to be clear of cell phone, microwave, even Wi-Fi sources and signals. They “all” have reported serious adverse effects from those radiations, and as those radiations aren’t permitted (by agreement) in the community - which is why it was established to be as such; all such adverse effects are thus absent and their health much improved. There are no cell phone signals, towers, no Wi-Fi of any sort, no microwaves etc.. But the big money will say it’s all psychosomatic nonsense, fake news, and “research” has proved it to be so; “research “ to prove that being carried out long after the initial introduction of microwaves, cell phones etc...


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#13
December 1, 2020 at 12:54:17
To trvlr - I like all of your comments. I never knew about the early microwaves, so I learned something today. Thank you very much and lets have another sherry. Off topic: I love British and Canadian humor. I'm running out of DVDs :-( ...... Thanks so much.

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