2019-01-30 5G still many years away so why the microcells?

1)  Is there anyone in Abbotsford who can try to get more info on this fire?  The little bit of info in the article would have led me to investigate further if I were still investigating smeter fires. Starting 3am on the outside of the home….

7 residents displaced after overnight house fire in Abbotsford

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/abbotsford-house-fire-1.4996845

2) Many industry insiders agree that 5G technology is not likely to be implemented in most places for many years to come, if ever. There are many obstacles and the benefits do not seem to justify the costs. Yet there is hype galore, misleading people into buying new equipment, raising expectations unrealistically.  This article gives some possible reasons for this hype. But why, if 5G is still far down the road, why the microcells now?  Is this to get us used to the idea of having cell transmitters outside our homes? Are these really replacing large cell towers that use 4G, which means very strong signals very close to homes now for no reason?

Telecom Companies Are Seriously Overhyping 5G Networks

“By now, you’ve likely heard of 5G, the next-generation wireless network. At the very least, you’ve likely read headlines or seen ads hailing how it will change home internet, the economy, and society in massive ways. Companies continue to fall over one another to say that they’ll be the first to offer this new, “life-changing“ technology.

The problem? These claims are, as yet, untested, and they could be used to justify actions that would hurt not only the broadband market, but consumers.

 

https://slate.com/technology/2019/01/5g-mobile-wireless-network-hype-consumers-fcc.html

3)  Canadian diplomats in Cuba are still becoming ill from some mysterious cause.  It’s been some time since we’ve heard of evidence of possible EMR-type interference.

Cuba criticizes Canada’s diplomatic downsize after another diplomat falls ill

“The Cuban government is criticizing Canada’s decision on Wednesday to halve its embassy staff after a 14th Canadian fell ill to an unexplained illness in Havana…

Canada’s decision comes after a new report concerning a diplomat who arrived in Cuba in the summer who was found to have symptoms on Dec. 29 of the mysterious illness that causes problems including nausea, dizziness, headaches and trouble concentrating.”

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/14-cuba-canadian-ill-1.4999019

[http://www.stopsmartmetersbc.com/?s=cuba]

 

 

Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters

 

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”  ~ Edmund Burke or John Stuart Mill…