We are being electronically assaulted at all levels. There is no place to hide.
1) Elon Musk just announced his Space X Corporation received approval to launch over 4,500 Satellites to pummel the entire Earth with Electronic Waves in the Gigabite Range
2) Despite receiving approval for this project today he just sent 10 Satellites into space for this project on 3 March - 5 days ago.
3) Amazon just announced a Patent to take your Voice from your Blue Tooth devices, analyze it, and track you based on your voice
A Voice Recognition Program stolen form your already existing Blue Tooth Items.
Despite their recent attacks by the White House the are moving Full Speed Ahead at making us all Electronic Slaves using YOUR tax dollars.
Keep in mind Microwave Technologies. Way back in 1933 at the Chicago World’s Fair Westinghouse demonstrated cooking foods at 60,000 Hertz.
Current Microwave Ovens use frequencies around 2.5 Gigahertz.
Apparently the New 5 G Networks will operate in the range of 1.03 Gigs-- the same frequencies as current high efficient Microwave Ovens but approval for use in the 16 Gig Range has already been approved by the FCC.
Higher Frequencies, Lower Power and a Cooked Brain.
On a Personal Level I went to an appointment at the Seattle VA ansnd was pummeled with so many frequencies yesterday we both came home sick and with headaches.
So - I took 2 Alli C’s and 16 drops of your Ancient Life Oil.
Ronnie - Help…..
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Elon Musk wants to cover the world with internet from space | Technology | The Guardian
Elon Musk's SpaceX sends 10 satellites into orbit in another successful launch
Amazon Unveils A "Voice Sniffer" Algo In New Patent | Zero Hedge
5G networks look to new frequencies to deliver gigabit speeds | Computerworld
Microwave Radio Frequencies and Components - GlobalMicrowave
|Extremely low frequency||ELF||1||3–30 Hz|
100,000 km – 10,000 km
|Communication with submarines|
|Super low frequency||SLF||2||30–300 Hz|
10,000 km – 1000 km
|Communication with submarines|
|Ultra low frequency||ULF||3||300–3000 Hz|
1000 km – 100 km
|Communication within underground mines|
|Very low frequency||VLF||4||3–30 kHz|
100 km – 10 km
|Submarine communication, avalanche beacons, wireless heart rate monitors, and geophysics|
|Low frequency||LF||5||30–300 kHz|
10 km – 1 km
|Navigation, Time signals, AM Radio|
|Medium frequency||MF||6||300–3000 kHz|
1 km – 100 m
|High frequency||HF||7||3–30 MHz|
100 m – 10 m
|Shortwave Radio and aviation communications|
|Very high frequency||VHF||8||30–300 MHz|
10 m – 1 m
|FM Radio, TV broadcasts, and aircraft communications|
|Ultra high frequency||UHF||9||300–3000 MHz|
1 m – 100 mm
|TV broadcasts, microwave ovens, mobile phones, wireless LAN, Bluetooth, GPS, and Two-Way Radios|
|Super high frequency||SHF||10||3–30 GHz|
100 mm – 10 mm
|Radars, Mobile Phones, and Commercial Wireless LAN|
|Extremely high frequency||EHF||11||30–300 GHz|
10 mm – 1 mm
|High-speed satellite microwave transmission|
|Source from Wikipedia Radio Frequency|
Electric Current through a Microwave Oven - The Physics Factbook
|Cutnell & Johnson. Physics. 1998.||"A 1650 W toaster, a 1090 W iron, and a 1250 W microwave oven are turned on in a kitchen. As the drawing shows, they are all connected through a 20-A circuit breaker to an ac voltage of 120 V."||20 A|
|Energy Through Our Lives. WEEP Education Program. 2002.||"The information on the label tells us that the microwave oven needs 120 volts of electricity in the form of alternating current to operate, and draws 5 amps of current during its use."||5 A|
|GE Manual. Models: GLMB186KS, GLMB186KB, GLMB186KC. Year:2003.|
|Encyclopedia of Science and Technology. McGraw Hill. Vol 11. 1982.||"The microwave power, supplied by a magnetron is at a frequency of 2.45 GHz with rated power from 350 to 750 Watts."|
[I = P/V = 750 W/120 V = 6.25 A]
[I = P/V = 350 W/120 V = 2.92 A]
|2.92 – 6.25 A|
|Frigidaire FAQ's.||"Microwave oven must be plugged into its own 15 ampere circuit."||< 15 A|
Physics and Consciousness - Thoughts and Emotions by StarStuffs
5G Technology | 5G Mobile Phones | Radio-Electronics.Com
Giga- - Wikipedia
Microwave oven - Wikipedia
Microwave - Wikipedia
|Designation||Frequency range||Wavelength range||Typical uses|
|L band||1 to 2 GHz||15 cm to 30 cm||military telemetry, GPS, mobile phones (GSM), amateur radio|
|S band||2 to 4 GHz||7.5 cm to 15 cm||weather radar, surface ship radar, and some communications satellites (microwave ovens, microwave devices/communications, radio astronomy, mobile phones, wireless LAN, Bluetooth, ZigBee, GPS, amateur radio)|
|C band||4 to 8 GHz||3.75 cm to 7.5 cm||long-distance radio telecommunications|
|X band||8 to 12 GHz||25 mm to 37.5 mm||satellite communications, radar, terrestrial broadband, space communications, amateur radio, molecular rotational spectroscopy|
|Ku band||12 to 18 GHz||16.7 mm to 25 mm||satellite communications, molecular rotational spectroscopy|
|K band||18 to 26.5 GHz||11.3 mm to 16.7 mm||radar, satellite communications, astronomical observations, automotive radar, molecular rotational spectroscopy|
|Ka band||26.5 to 40 GHz||5.0 mm to 11.3 mm||satellite communications, molecular rotational spectroscopy|
|Q band||33 to 50 GHz||6.0 mm to 9.0 mm||satellite communications, terrestrial microwave communications, radio astronomy, automotive radar, molecular rotational spectroscopy|
|U band||40 to 60 GHz||5.0 mm to 7.5 mm|
|V band||50 to 75 GHz||4.0 mm to 6.0 mm||millimeter wave radar research, molecular rotational spectroscopy and other kinds of scientific research|
|W band||75 to 110 GHz||2.7 mm to 4.0 mm||satellite communications, millimeter-wave radar research, military radar targeting and tracking applications, and some non-military applications, automotive radar|
|F band||90 to 140 GHz||2.1 mm to 3.3 mm||SHF transmissions: Radio astronomy, microwave devices/communications, wireless LAN, most modern radars, communications satellites, satellite television broadcasting, DBS, amateur radio|
|D band||110 to 170 GHz||1.8 mm to 2.7 mm||EHF transmissions: Radio astronomy, high-frequency microwave radio relay, microwave remote sensing, amateur radio, directed-energy weapon, millimeter wave scanner|