Archive for category wireless devices

Radio waves make you sick – or not

Scientists say wireless technology is safe; others say their symptoms tell a different story Nanette Van Doorn Oct 7, 2012 1:00 AM   Three groups opposed to smart meters stop a BC Hydro truck leaving its yard in Victoria Thursday. They were one of four demonstrations in B.C taking part in a North American day […]

Itron, Microsoft expand partnership on grid-focused cloud adoption and smart city efforts

Published on May 20, 2022 by Chris Galford Growing their focus on security, reliability, and value for a transitioning grid, Itron, Inc. and Microsoft Corporation announced an expansion of their existing collaboration this week, pledging to hasten cloud adoption and next-generation solutions for utilities and smart city industries. This artificial intelligence and machine learning-driven effort […]

The Death of Millimeter-wave Cellular?

April 8, 2022 Apple recently announced that is not building millimeter-wave spectrum antennas into the next generation SE iPhone. Interestingly, this is a phone sold by Verizon, which spent a year advertising on TV and showing us speed tests on cellphones that were receiving gigabit speeds. As a reminder for those who have never encountered […]

11 new cell towers planned for stretch of Highway 3 in B.C.

By Doyle Potenteau Global News Posted March 25, 2022 4:11 pm The province says improved cellular coverage will be coming to a stretch of Highway 3 in B.C.’s Southern Interior. On Friday, the Ministry of Citizens’ Services said 11 new cell towers will be placed between Hope and Keremeos, an estimated distance of 92 kilometres. […]

SPAIN : Inca orders to turn off the 5G antenna for being on rustic land and disturbing the neighbours

Despite being a facility of general interest, the Town Hall requires compliance with urban regulations Juanjo Roig Inca, Majorca Spain 03/18/22 03:59 The 5G antenna was activated in May 2021 on rustic land near Camí de Can Boqueta.   The City Council of Inca has ordered the stoppage of the activity of the 5G antenna located […]

Mystery ‘hum’ noise annoys residents in North Vancouver’s Central Lonsdale

Official investigations can’t find low-frequency hum’s source   Brent Richter Jan 23, 2022 10:35 AM Crews deliver the new steam tower for the new Lions Gate Hospital power plant in June 2019. Complaints about noise coming from the area of the hospital have been cropping up in recent months. Mike Wakefield, North Shore News files   […]

Bill could restrict rollout of 5G antennas in NH

By Rick Green Sentinel Staff  Jan 25, 2022 Updated Jan 26, 2022 A bill pending in the N.H. House Science, Technology and Energy Committee would make it more difficult to build the infrastructure needed for communities to use the fifth generation of wireless technology, or 5G. House Bill 1644, whose backers say they are worried […]

Experts say 2022 is the year smart city projects move from flashy to functional

In recent years, smart cities have received criticism for over-promising and under-delivering—experts think that could change. article cover By Jordan McDonald – January 21, 2022 In recent years, smart cities have received criticism for over-promising and under-delivering—or, in many cases, failing to deliver at all. However, due to a combination of new government funding and what […]

Dr. José Luis Sevillano explains how vaccinated individuals are being irradiated from the outside and the inside

SEPTEMBER 06, 2021 In a recent program of La Quinta Columna, Dr. José Luis Sevillano explained that, although the population is being irradiated by waves emitted by 5G technology and both inoculated and non-inoculated people are being affected by the radiation emitted by the antennas, those who carry graphene oxide in their bodies are the ones […]

Cell Towers on the Ocean Floor

In 2018, on land and in space, preparations to deploy millions of antennas were very publicly being made and advertised, for “5G,” “Smart Cities,” and the “Internet of Things.” At the same time, and without any publicity, governments, research laboratories, and commercial and military interests were collaborating on plans to create “Smart Oceans” and the “Internet of Underwater Things” (IoUT). They did not consult the fishes, whales, dolphins, octopuses, and other inhabitants of those depths.

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