Kudos To Louisiana State Rep. Abramson For Introducing House Resolution 145 “to study the environmental and health effects of evolving 5G technology and report its findings”


14-06-19 08:58:00,

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Well, well, well!  It’s happening:  The push to learn the hazards threatening human health and the environment from 5G cellular network technology by State Representative, Neil C. Abramson. Democrat, District 98 (Orleans Parish, New Orleans).

How lucky are those living in that state to have a legislator who “gets it” regarding the fact no health or environmental hazards/adverse effects from INDEPENDENT SCIENCE STUDIES have been performed regarding fifth generation microwave technology (5G) currently being forced dogmatically—similar to mandatory vaccines enforcement—on to consumers, who have absolutely no idea what is about to befall them, their children, pets, an over-stressed environment including tech’s anti-natural workings compromising “Mother Nature,” i.e., weather geoengineering.  Can/will 5G interfere with numerous high technologies, e.g., HAARP and spy satellites?

How will 5G beaming down from satellites ‘perched’ above Earth; transmitting from poles outside bedroom windows or small cell towers erected anywhere, including your back yard which you cannot protest nor remove, affect your ability to perform cognitively, all while malfunctioning, or suffering, from “electrosmog” at its super-charged RF energy transmissions?

As with previous generations, 5G is dependent on spectrum in many different bands. The three 5G ranges are: Sub-1 GHz, 1-6 GHz and above 6 GHz. The 26 GHz and 28 GHz bands fall in the latter group.

Source: https://www.gsma.com/spectrum/resources/26-ghz-28-ghz/

[Note: One GHz is one billion Hz oscillations of RF microwave energy per second!]

However, the actual 5G communication range is being offered in the millimeter wave length, i.e., 5G Ultra Wideband 24 GHz and above.

Since 5G is a “given and known weaponized military microwave genre,” not just a communications technology, shouldn’t the public have access to the military’s research?  Why did the military choose to ‘share’ 5G with microwave industry corporations?  Is there more to it than just “business as usual,” e.g., complete control and surveillance, all while promoting 5G as “better and much faster tech”?

Louisianans certainly want to know “what 5G communication RFs do,” so they are asking for research and facts,

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