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The famous John Baldessari mural in La Jolla, CA with a few additions that pose the question:
How do those lines in the sky affect us?

 

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The "clouds" over the ocean are not natural, yet by now we are used to seeing them.  It all begins with those lines in the sky ...

 


An officer/official of the City of Fullerton, California describes the installation of shorter wavelength, higher frequency antennas "not restricted to main arteries [roads]" and "on a first-come-first-served" basis.  This is how anxious the manipulated public will be for 5G wireless service.  People are going to be ASKING FOR their very own 5G transmitter because otherwise you might have to SHARE one with your neighbor!

The official says he has not seen any studies on the health effects of this technology, and MISTAKENLY believes that because the reach of these waves is shorter, they put out less radiation than the current communications-related frequencies we are using (850 MHz to 8 GHz).  Expect this kind of abysmally misleading presentation in every town and city.

 

 

Fullerton, CA resident Joe Imbriano (see his website TheFullertonInformer.com) explains this technology to the Fullerton City Council.  Go Joe!