Mainstream Media Coverage of LED Lights That Blind, Fry, and Spy On Us

Mainstream Media Coverage of LED Lights That Blind, Fry, and Spy On Us By B.N. Frank Many are promoting LED lights as “environmentally-friendly” because they supposedly use less energy.  In fact, some environmentalists are really ticked off at the Trump administration because they want to exempt some of these bulbs from “green” standards. Unfortunately, just because these LED bulbs supposedly use less energy to operate doesn’t mean they are harmless – biologically or environmentally.  There’s too much research that says they aren’t and warnings from the American Medical Association and…

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In Major Threat To Dollar’s Reserve Status, Russia Offers To Join European SWIFT-Bypass

In Major Threat To Dollar’s Reserve Status, Russia Offers To Join European SWIFT-Bypass By Tyler Durden Three weeks after a meeting between the countries who signed the Iran nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which was ditched by US, French, British and German officials said the trade mechanism which was proposed last summer – designed to circumvent both SWIFT as well as US sanctions banning trade with Iran – called Instex, is now operational. And while we wait for the White House to threaten Europe with…

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Top 5 Myths About The Constitution

Top 5 Myths About The Constitution By Michael Boldin We’ve all heard the claims – various clauses of the Constitution, rather than limiting federal power, are used as a justification for more and more of it. From the necessary and proper, general Welfare and commerce clauses, to the preamble, federal “supremacy” and more – there are a lot to choose from. The hardest part about putting this list together was keeping it to just the top five.  SHOW LINKS: JOIN TAC Show Archives Subscribe and Review on iTunes The…

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Electrical Engineering Team Brags About “Beyond 5G” Wireless Transceiver

Electrical Engineering Team Brags About “Beyond 5G” Wireless Transceiver By B.N. Frank So a group of inventors are psyched and bragging about their new “beyond 5G”wireless transceiver that will utilize higher frequencies and boost speeds. A new wireless transceiver invented by electrical engineers at the University of California, Irvine boosts radio frequencies into 100-gigahertz territory, quadruple the speed of the upcoming 5G, or fifth-generation, wireless communications standard. […] “We call our chip ‘beyond 5G’ because the combined speed and data rate that we can achieve is two orders of magnitude…

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Get Ready, Because Flamethrower Drones Are Going on Sale Very Soon

Get Ready, Because Flamethrower Drones Are Going on Sale Very Soon By Elias Marat Considering that extreme and growing heat is one of the biggest problems facing human society today, it would be safe to assume that the last thing we need is more fire in our lives. But who are we fooling? Fire has always been an inseparable part of what makes us human, be it as a means to make food edible, a tool in battle or, according to Sigmund Freud, an element that’s been a key point…

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City Halls Use Facial Recognition To Blacklist And Ban Residents

City Halls Use Facial Recognition To Blacklist And Ban Residents By MassPrivateI I hate to say I told you so, but I told you so. Local governments and private corporations are using facial recognition to secretly blacklist people, despite having no valid reason to do so. A recent article in the Idaho Statesman, and in the video below, prove that local governments are using facial recognition to ban residents from accessing city-owned buildings. The Boise city council claimed that they need facial recognition cameras to protect public employees from disgruntled or…

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5G is Making Phones and Modems Overheat, Bugs Overheat and People Sweat. How Not Cool Is That?

5G is Making Phones and Modems Overheat, Bugs Overheat and People Sweat. How Not Cool Is That? By B.N. Frank The telecom industry has provided NO scientific evidence that 5G is safe and plenty of research has proven it isn’t (see 1, 2).  In fact, exposure can cause body temperatures to rise in both bugs and humans who may also sweat profusely from it.  (Ew.) Now we’re hearing that overheating doesn’t just apply to living beings.  Oh the irony… From Ars Technica: Hands-on report says “persistent overheating” issues plague 5G…

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5G’s “Day Of Crisis Science” Recognition – Saturday, July 27, 2019

5G’s “Day Of Crisis Science” Recognition – Saturday, July 27, 2019 By Catherine J. Frompovich Together, we’re calling on wireless companies (Verizon, Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile) and their sub-contractors (Crown Castle, ExteNet Systems and other antenna installers) to suspend the deployment of small cell wireless antennas near places where people live, work and play until such time as chronic, low level exposure to radio-frequency (RF) microwave radiation can be proven safe for everyone. Source: 5G Crisishttps://www.5gcrisis.com/find-a-group According to an email I received from 5G ! Crisis, a project of Americans for Responsible Technology, On…

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Thieving Cop Caught on Her Own Body Cam Robbing Murder Victim of $500

Thieving Cop Caught on Her Own Body Cam Robbing Murder Victim of $500 By Jack Burns Atlanta, GA  — Adding insult to deadly injuries, an Atlanta police officer was caught stealing from a murder victim. Atlanta Police Department (APD) fired Officer Keisha Richburg this week after her own body camera footage was the only evidence APD needed to catch her stealing $500 out of the dead man’s wallet. Along with the body camera footage APD released a 130-page report detailing the officer’s crimes. APD Chief Erika Shields released the following…

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Sonic Tech to Deter Kids From Parks Plus 1800+ Radiating 5G Small Cells = One Fried Philly

Sonic Tech to Deter Kids From Parks Plus 1800+ Radiating 5G Small Cells = One Fried Philly By B.N. Frank Forbes, Activist Post and many others have been reporting about Philadelphia’s increasing use of symptom-causing technology installed to keep the kids, young adults, thieves, vandals, and other ne’er-do-wells away from 31 locations at night.  One council woman even described it as a “sonic weapon” which seems appropriate considering that health experts overseas have been fighting since 2010 to get this technology banned. From Forbes: The Mosquito, invented in the U.K.…

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