The ‘Wet Blanket’ Of 5G Wireless and Climate Change

— During Senate Commerce’s Friday field hearing in South Dakota on 5G wireless technology, Sioux Falls Mayor Paul TenHaken raised what he called “the wet blanket” of the coming wide-scale deployment: “I feel we also need to address … what health impacts micro millimeter waves have because it’s so new,” TenHaken told Senate Commerce Chairman John Thune (R-S.D.). “I’m going to get asked this 20 times yet this evening about the health ramifications of 5G … . I’m hearing this more and more.” Although TenHaken considers such concern “inflated,” local governments will need “clear direction, talking points, studies” to support the wireless efforts with a “clear conscience,” the mayor argued.

— Thune acknowledged “we hear about it, too,” and turned to FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr, another witness. The FCC and other federal agencies “reached the determination that these are safe,” Carr affirmed. “That is a determination that is constantly undergoing review.” He also said that given this position, federal law prevents state and local governments from taking these radio frequency concerns into account. The exchange marked a departure from largely unified enthusiasm among witnesses and Thune for the game-changing benefits of 5G. Verizon’s Robert Fisher in particular argued Congress needs to advance Thune’s STREAMLINE Small Cell Deployment Act, S. 3157, to help spur faster deployment of 5G infrastructure.

Source: POLITICO Morning Tech.

The 5G broadband “wet blanket” and Anthropogenic global warming have something in common, there are two points of view on the issue. The global warming issue is driven by two opposite ends of light, the anthropogenic warmers are driven by flawed computer models about events that could happen in future, with the warmers citing the models as evidence. Models are not evidence, they are crude attempts to model the interaction of three powerful forces the wind, the oceans, and the sun. History has shown the models to be seriously flawed, the predicted heat has not arrived, the signature hot spot in the stratosphere over the equator is missing, and sea levels are not accelerating.

The anthropogenic skeptics are data-driven, citing the science of CO2 gas emissions, the solar influence and the historical climate record which demonstrates cyclical climate variance. Using the laws of physic, the skeptics have shown that CO2, a trace gas of less than .004%, is not climate control temperature control for the plant. Yet we have a cult-like belief that humans can control the climate.

There are two sides to the 5G issue also, one side with a cult-like faith that 5G radio transmission are unhealthy and should be constrained or eliminated. This conclusion is drawn from rat studies when rats are exposed to high levels of radio frequency energy, and they develop tumors. Rats in a DYI microwave oven are not a good representation of humans, just as incomplete computer models do not represent the real climate.

Whereas the proponents of 5G are more fact-driven, based on the history of the user so far. When the cell phone as introduced there was claim they would cause brain cancer. The figure below shows cell phone use expanding, while brain cancers are declining slightly. If there were a cell phone brain cancer threat, it would be evident in the medical data.

cellphone_cancer_rates

The 5G wet blanket has the same potential that Anthropogenic global warming did to divide the nation. One one side true believers unable to accept the historical facts and on the other side pragmatic scientists who keep looking for some real world evidence that 5G emissions are a danger to the community.

There is one other connection between the 5G wet blanket promoters and anthropogenic warmers. It is socialism. Both the wet blanket promoters and the anthropogenic warmers want the government to control the climate and access to 5G. Conservatives want the open markets to be the influencers, not government planners.

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