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Michelle
Michelle
4/15/2018 7:16:07 PM
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Re: 5G Cell Towers
Interesting findings. This seems like a pretty good project for kids that age. Far better than simply growing a potato in a glass jar. 

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Michelle
Michelle
4/15/2018 7:14:38 PM
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Re: Eye sores?
Haha! I think you two are onto something big. :) The product could be available for purchase with cash only and from a roadside vendor. No digital money, no security cameras...

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elizabethv
elizabethv
4/9/2018 3:56:31 PM
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Re: 5G Cell Towers
@afwriter - I actually watched a video of a science experiment done by some high schoolers where they tried growing plants in a room with (I think it was a wifi router) and a room without one. And the plants in the room with the router didn't grow at all.  Here's the article. 

 

https://www.mnn.com/health/healthy-spaces/blogs/student-science-experiment-finds-plants-wont-grow-near-wi-fi-router

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
4/9/2018 12:35:45 AM
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Re: Eye sores?
Heh. I don't think a copyright is the correct intellectual protection, but perhaps I could patent a formula for such a lotion. Tin foil hat in a bottle!

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afwriter
afwriter
4/8/2018 11:05:17 PM
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Re: Eye sores?
I would copyright that idea while you still can because I bet someone could make a killing off of it. 19.99 plus shipping and handling. 

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
4/8/2018 9:48:41 PM
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Re: Eye sores?
The surprising part is that millimeter wave radiation is easily blocked. So it shouldn't be too dangerous. Maybe someone will start selling a type of "sunscreen" for 5G radiation? :P

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
4/8/2018 9:45:55 PM
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Re: Eye sores?
The "eyesore" issue should be a solved problem by now? I think several areas have successfully hidden large cell towers by making them look like trees.

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
4/8/2018 9:43:57 PM
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Re: 5G Cell Towers
I think the vast majority of people have weighed the benefits vs the risks and have picked the use of convenient wireless devices over the minuscule chance of cancer or whatever illness may be brought on by non-ionizing radiation.....

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afwriter
afwriter
4/8/2018 9:30:22 PM
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Eye sores?
How big are these 61 new antennas? Could the town have a case that they are eyesores?

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afwriter
afwriter
4/8/2018 9:28:22 PM
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Re: 5G Cell Towers
@mhhf1ve have you ever heard the rumors about wifi signals in the home being detrimental to your health? Yet nobody is clamoring to get rid of their wireless routers. At this point, whether they are bad for our health or not I don't think people would give them up.

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