Those hawking specious safety concerns about the new wireless technology have found common cause with some of America’s most powerful mayors
Many U.S. municipalities are trying to bar new 5G cell sites from residential areas—in many cases citing health worries unsupported by scientific evidence—and causing clashes with telecoms and federal authorities.
Jack Tibbetts, a member of the Santa Rosa, Calif., city council, knew he had a problem. It was early 2018, and he’d started getting calls from constituents at opposite ends of the political spectrum. The common thread: cellular antennas going up next to their homes, causing concerns over property values and health.
The weight of evidence suggests that if radio-frequency emissions have any effect on humans at all, it is, according to the World Health Organization, about on par with other “possibly carcinogenic” substances,...Read more: The Wall Street Journal
Lol - no difference in thinking to the anti-vaccination crowd. Probably the same bunch of self-righteous muppets setting out to get their way and inconvenience everyone else while they are doing it. Experts say 4G is enough! ....5G is just Hi-Tech Cancer. waiting for : monthly plan, 50gig for $50.00, and 4g-lte. 5g not needed...
False claims, must be confront with objective evidences. The🌏can't accept that rumors& unsubstantiated claims& accusations rule the destiny and progress of any society science had worked on the money side of the street all of the time Or to prevent some Chinese from getting ahead. O para evitar que algun chino se adelante.
Not surprising given the collapse of science in the academy. 'Hey you know how every radio tower, cell transmitter, and various other signal relay we put in a residential area has turned into a massive cancer cluster without fail for the last century straight? Ignore that.' It remains to be seen on the unsupported by science claim. Better to be safe than sorry. See this as an underwriting risk. Insurance companies may deny claims of people living close to 5g towers...
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Why else would local govt exist if not to make anti-development NIMBYism the law of the land? The title of this post is very misleading. It's a click-bait for WSJ to try to convince people to accept 5G. lolwut? WSJ needs to stop being a propaganda mouthpiece for the FCC You can put a tower up in my back yard... I would gladly accept a check.
Wait let’s ask NASA NASA_Astronauts NASAExpeditions NASAHubble NASA_Johnson NASAInSight does light bend time & space? Do we use waves 2 beam info to our phones? Is there radiation? Won’t faster waves 🌊 = more disruption? 2 much speed dangerous right? Is physics univ or nah Y2K again, 2020 edition.
I AM AGONIZED BY HOW LITTLE PLAY THIS VERY IMPACTFUL STORIES GET. COME'ON TWITTER - GET IT TOGETHER. THIS IS SUPER IMPORTANT. LET THIS FEEL THE TWITTER-SPHERE! They haven't been researched ' enough ' yet which kind of sort of sucks, but 5g is not coming ANYTIME soon if ever. The amount of antennas that would have to be scattered around the place would be ridiculous. It would have to be on every light pole, every street corner, etc.
Personally, I think 4G is plenty fast. I don't need to download movies in my car.
Global First: Korea's SK Telecom Breaks 1 Million 5G Subscriber MarkSK Telecom in South Korea announced that it has surpassed 1 million 5G subscribers in just 140 days after launching service Let’s hear more about the downsides of 5G, concerns for how it may very well negatively affect our health and actually induce cancer. It seems like a conversation worth having, no?
Cyberattacks on Texas cities put other governments on guardCyberattacks that recently crippled nearly two dozen Texas cities have put other local governments on guard, offering the latest evidence that hackers can halt routine operations by locking up computers and public records and demanding steep ransoms. Officials are increasingly turning to cybersecurity
Cyberattacks on Texas cities put other governments on guardCHICAGO (AP) — Cyberattacks that recently crippled nearly two dozen Texas cities have put other local governments on guard, offering the latest evidence that hackers can halt routine operations by... i hope the hackets dont steal my porn As they should. Ever work in a government office? Feels like a senior's course on computer literacy half the time. Everything in Texas is bigger, including cyber attacks.
Ransomware Attacks Are Testing Resolve of Cities Across America22 cities across Texas are simultaneously being held hostage for millions of dollars after a sophisticated hacker, perhaps a group of them, infiltrated their computer systems and encrypted their data I read that access was gained through data sharing links between municipalities. (Law enforcement agencies) America is not investing in cyber security. Very simple APompliano The hackers demand Bitcoin! 🤷♂️
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