Discuss: 5G Network Rollout

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August 15, 2019 at 05:15:05
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Hi all,

This week's poll question is about news that 5G is starting to rollout in a few cities. Discuss here if you think it will have a quick rollout, and, if you like, the poll results themselves.

Thanks,
Justin


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#1
August 15, 2019 at 19:05:48
5G would require a lot more cell-sites if they want to keep the "promised" speed (over 1GB) alive!!
It's like having all WiFi-routers converted to 5G .... ;-)

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#2
August 15, 2019 at 20:07:32
Yeah, apparently they'll have to have mini cell towers practically everywhere and many are worried about increased EMF risks:

https://www.radiationhealthrisks.co...

IDK. We used to be worried about cell phone radiation damage from holding the phone so close to one's head but we don't hear much about that anymore. Maybe 5G fears will also fizzle.


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#3
August 16, 2019 at 02:18:29

IDK. We used to be worried about cell phone radiation damage from holding the phone so close to one's head but we don't hear much about that anymore. Maybe 5G fears will also fizz

Possibly why we don’t hear so much about it is due to pressure from the phone companies and others with vested interests seeking to pooh pooh/rubbish any suggestions re’ harmful effects of EMF...

There is a community somewhere on the east coast USA (I think that’s where it is) no” wifi or cell phone system at all. Many moved there consequence of serious health issues (headaches, depression to name but two, and there were several...) which some researchers attribute to EMF effects. Since moving there the health of those affected (by EMF) has improved dramatically, and they no-longer suffer/endure the negative effects on their health.

The study of biological effects of EMF is ongoing, and - as above - is frequently rubbished by vested interests; regardless of evidence from many reliable sources pointing out the negative effects. I think it’s Sweden that has banned all masts from schools, hospitals, and public buildings, and has a minimum distance too for any mast from said locations. There are other countries too considering adopting similar approaches, following hard fought lobbying, which again has been vociferously attacked by the big companies who make vast profits from cell networks.

Even worse is the increasing reliance on cell phones system only for more and more communications. Lose electricity at home, and you may well lose your phone and other services. Landline technology is far less vulnerable than cell phone and cordless phone systems to power outages. Likewise lose a satellite or two and again communications suffer. Wise to have an olde fashioned corded phone and landline phone service at home, and in business too, at any time.

Even worse is the ability of authorities (or less than friendly folks too) to disable cell phone systems as and when they feel so inclined. Hacking being a serious issue these days, let alone big brother controls...


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