BELL 5G Maps – OCT 18 2020

2021   https://www.bell.ca/mobility/our_network/5g#INT=Search_SearchResults_TitleLink     BELL 5G Maps – SEPT 2020 Bell 5G Network Expands to More Cities in BC, Alberta and Ontario  Sept 24 2020  by Gary Ng Telus announced yesterday it had expanded its 5G network to various cities in B.C., Alberta and Ontario, ahead of upcoming 5G devices set to debut, which […]

ROGERS 5G Coverage Maps – Sept 2020

In April 2020, Rogers provided limited maps of 5G coverage, mainly for key cities like Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, as shown below, but here is a comparison of the maps to show the 5G growth in just Five months.   Rogers 5G Sept 2020         SEARCH 5G COVERAGE : https://www.rogers.com/consumer/wireless/network-coverage-map   30 BC […]

Telus 5G Maps – Oct 18 2020

UPDATE Sept 2020 – Telus expands its Vancouver / Lower Mainland 5G network. Earlier in July 2020, launch only covered Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton.

5G Rollout

Is your City on the list? See where wireless carriers are installing 5G

Graphene and 5G

    The Tangled Fate of Graphene and 5G These two technologies have long been hyped, and proponents of each are finally starting to work together https://spectrum.ieee.org/nanoclast/semiconductors/materials/graphene-and-5g-enable-the-commercial-aspirations-of-each-other By Dexter Johnson  19 Mar 2018 Graphene has been heralded as a “wonder material” for well over a decade now, and 5G has been marketed as the next […]

COVID-19 Attributed Cases and Deaths are Statistically Higher in States and Counties with 5th Generation Millimeter Wave Wireless Telecommunications in the United States.

Angela Tsiang Magda Havas Trent School of the Environment, Trent University, Peterborough, ON, Canada, K9J 7B8 Abstract COVID-19-attributed case and death rates for the U.S.A. were analyzed through May 2020 in three ways – for all 50 states, the country’s largest counties, and the largest counties in California – and found to be statistically significantly […]

EU plans digital ID wallet for bloc’s post-pandemic life for 450 million residents

By KELVIN CHAN  – June 3 2021 LONDON (AP) — The European Union unveiled plans Thursday for a digital ID wallet that residents could use to access services across the 27-nation bloc, part of a post-pandemic recovery strategy that involves accelerating the shift to an online world. The European Digital Identity Wallet proposed by the […]

The ‘great reset’ meets the Internet of Bodies: manipulating human behavior with authoritarian surveillance

Contact tracing is not just for tracking viruses, it’s a social credit tool for monitoring a nation’s deplorables: perspective Tim Hinchliffe –  December 2020 As the networking of humans and machines shows to have incredible promise towards improving overall health and well being for generations to come, the Internet of Bodies (IoB) also runs the risk […]

What Is The Internet Of Bodies? And How Is It Changing Our World?

Bernard Marr  Dec 6, 2019 – Forbes   Have you heard the term the Internet of Bodies (IoB)? That may conjure up a few thoughts that have nothing to do with the true nature of the term, but it’s about using the human body as the latest data platform. At first, this concept seems quite creepy, […]

Luciferase Chain Reaction to ID2020

By Rosanne Lindsay, ND  |  July 22nd, 2020  Put down the mask. The mask is a tool of conditioning, a temporary distraction from the new technology. Biometric bioluminescence. Bioluminescence is a “cold light” that derives from a chemical reaction within a living organism. Cold light means less than 20% of the light generates thermal radiation, or […]

Vancouver City Council considers “Intelligent street light control system”/ Smart Grid

Stop Smart Meter Newsletter Update 2021-05-18 :  A member sent this notice of agenda items on Vancouver’s City Council’s agenda. At Wed., May 19 meeting, a report will be presented re. new LED lights that could serve as part of the “smart city” grid, gathering data surreptitiously. In other cities, there have been complaints about […]

Ottawa adds $1B to broadband fund for rural, remote communities

David Paddon  Canadian Press Published Monday, April 19, 2021 4:32PM EDT OTTAWA — The federal government will add $1 billion to a fund for improving high-speed communications in rural and remote areas of Canada, bringing the total to $2.75 billion by 2026, the Liberals said Monday in their first full budget since the pandemic began […]

RFID : Military programs aiming to end pandemics forever

  April 11 2021  – 60 Minutes CBS Bill Whitaker reports on the Pentagon projects that helped combat COVID-19 and may help end pandemics forever.   It might surprise you to learn that many of the innovations deployed to counter the coronavirus were once obscure Pentagon-funded projects to defend soldiers from contagious diseases and biological […]

Gates Foundation Funds New Microchip For Biologically Embedding Patient Data

Researchers are working on novel microchips the size of pepper flakes that can track and log sample data constantly keeping a patient’s medical records accurately updated. By  Loukia Papadopoulos Jun 30, 2018 The University of California Riverside reported that assistant professor of bioengineering in Bourns College of Engineering William Grover was awarded a grant from the Bill […]

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