Hive Mind? 5G, Smart Grid, and the Coming “Global Brain”

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A lot of people look at their smart phones and just see a little phone with a computer in it. They have no idea what is coming our way with the smart grid, the Internet of Things, the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and, simply put, the technological evolution of man.

The singularity isn’t what people have been led to believe… and it’s right around the corner.

Rick Wiles of TruNews breaks down his attendance at the this year’s Mobile World Congress where mobile tech industry leaders cheerfully discussed the total information awareness society and the one trillion dollar “global brain” they are building to rule over the planet.

Listen to “Rick Wiles: The Coming Global Brain, Part 1 TRUNEWS 03 16 17” on Spreaker.

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  • cmb

    Currently have 5G internet – no problems

    • What about your health? Have you experienced any of the projected health issues?

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      • cmb

        No though it has only been about three months

        • It does take a while to start experiencing some effects; just be careful and limit your exposure when necessary.

          • cmb

            Thank you, I hope to keep everyone updated as the human lab rat.

          • When you put it like that…

          • cmb

            : ) I will. I am anticipatory as well!

          • Just be careful. Look into naturopathic healing and stay sharp. God speed.

          • cmb

            Will do and thanks MM! We shall see I guess….. 🙂

          • 🙂

          • cmb

            I agree, yes and thank you! Hope to keep all posted

    • How is it delivered?

      • cmb

        Internet modem

        • Wireless or wired, copper or fiber?

          • cmb

            wireless interesting, I think copper, specifically does not mention fiber as in Google Fiber….

          • Why would fiber need to mention Google? Fiber optics and copper are both non-radiating. Wireless isn’t a threat if it isn’t used. There are more Internet modems using wired than wireless.

          • cmb

            Not a tech but I can tell you that 5G is my wireless, pops up on the available networks as my wireless

          • cmb

            Here Google specifies fiber. All I can tell you is Spectrum, a new company came here buying out Time Warner / Red Runner, and disabled modems and replaced with their new 5G modems.

          • Each new generation of wireless moves to a higher frequency, making each operational at a more ionizing part of the spectrum than before. Because the frequency determines the maximum speed and bandwidth of the circuit, they have to move up the spectrum to gain most of the increase in speed.
            5G isn’t any more dangerous than any previous generation if it is contained in cables or fiber circuits. Where it is wireless, it is far more penetrating and ionizing than the original analog systems. The only advantage is that the fully digital CDMA and GSM signals use very low duty cycles, which translates into a lower average exposure rate.

          • cmb

            I presume as a wireless modem system this would apply I am aware of the higher frequency issues though have not noticed any issues

          • All electromagnetic and nuclear radiation exposures are cumulative over the lifespan of the exposed organism, and damage can be mitigated by the organism’s ability to heal the injuries before they are made worse by repeated exposures.
            Damage can be greatly mitigated by the adoption of a premium nutritional profile coupled with a reduction through attention to the inverse square law.

          • disqus_5o3uRPAPrx

            Damn, man. You’re brilliant. Thanks for the information.

          • FollowDaMoney

            1G, 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G is speed of “cell phone” data transfer. Has nothing to do with the frequency that they transmit/receive. The frequencies are allocated by the FCC. What can make radio waves dangerous is a combination of your proximity to the power/wattage/frequency of the transmission. I would suggest a little further study of how the Telecommunications Industry operates.

          • FollowDaMoney

            What is DSL, SS7, ATM, and DOCSIS 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, and what is Cablelabs? Ever heard of twisted pair or a Haystack? Loading or impedance? Do you know how to count pairs? Slate White? How about a can wrench, butt set, or even a butt box. T1 or T3. Never mind. Shall we try fiber for 100 and a ORL? Maybe a micro bend.

          • In other words, you know a lot of terminology, but you don’t have an FCC license to legally access any of it?

          • FollowDaMoney

            For the last 30 years I have designed, engineered, constructed, repaired, and sold equipment to bring telecommunications systems to life. Personally, I don’t need a FCC license . The operator/owner of the system may need FCC licenses to operate in regulated microwave frequencies or if you are running a cell system. Cable/Telephone systems may need to get a franchise to operate in certain cities. Permits(city, state, rail road, etc) for construction very from location to location.

          • If you have direct control over equipment that can radiate electromagnetic signals into the atmosphere, you have to have an FCC GROL to be legal, especially with a microwave endorsement if you work in those bands. If you don’t have one, you probably aren’t anything more than a bench jockey, or a second tech to someone who does.

          • FollowDaMoney

            You sound like a HAM operator or a truck driver that doesn’t know what he is talking about. Have fun finding your next skip….

          • Actually, I am both of those, but I’m not looking for skip anymore. I have been playing with electricity since the late 50’s, electronics since the early 60’s, broadcast transmitters since the mid 70’s, computers since the late 70’s, and trucks since 1990. You have never mentioned your age, but if you have only been working with electronics for 30 years, that would make you about the age to be my prodigy, and I wouldn’t hire you to do anything I’ve done well, due to your hubris well in advance of apparent knowledge or experience.

          • FollowDaMoney

            I said 30 years in Telecommunications. Earned a degree in electronics in the 70’s.

          • I never needed one as badly as my employer needed somebody who could put them back on the air.

          • You are forgetting duty cycle.

          • Spectrum is a trademark of Charter Communications.
            “On May 18, 2016, Charter acquired Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks for a combined $65.5 billion, making it the third-largest pay television company in the United States.”

          • cmb

            And??? Bottom line I have 5G in my home, you asked if any health issues, I replied no. it is early but NO HEALTH ISSUES

          • I never said a word about health issues, just radiation exposure.

          • FollowDaMoney

            Copper radiates as do all your electrical wires/toys in your house when current flows.

          • Not when it is inside a coaxial cable.

          • FollowDaMoney

            It will if you have a loose connection or it’s not in a coax. Your TV radiates.

          • Loose connections only radiate via sparks, and that is as broadband as it gets. I don’t have a TV.

          • FollowDaMoney

            Cable systems are a closed system and must test for signal leakage due to the fact they operate in the aeronautical band. Leakage can interfere with aircraft communication and navigation. No sparking necessary. Leaks are a two way street allowing ingress that can cause picture/data quality issues for the operators. Big fines for cable systems if they are found out of compliance. The link will give you details


          • The inverse square law severely limits the amount of interference that ingress can cause.

          • FollowDaMoney

            Trying to be nice, but you are clueless. It all depends on the size of the “leak” and if there is “ingress” available to cause a problem. Every situation is different.

          • Casting insults and ad hominem is a psychopathic way to be nice.

          • FollowDaMoney

            Leaks are measured in micro volts per meter. The closer to the leak you get the stronger the reading. What you would call the inverse square. Like ohms law. If you know any two you can figure the third.

          • It has nothing to do with Ohm’s law. Every time you double the distance from any EMF radiator, you divide the signal strength by 4. There is no third factor to figure out. Since the area of any leak will inherently attenuate the signal escaping, it will be a badly mismatched radiator, and incoming signals will encounter a higher standing wave ratio than the escaping signal. All EMF signals are measured in volts per meter, the multiplier applied being appropriate. I routinely measured signals of millivolts to volts per meter when I was checking the radiation pattern of multi-tower directional arrays, and those were not the least bit dangerous because they were at medium wave frequencies. If they’d been at microwave frequencies, I’d be blind and/or sterile, at least. Human exposure doesn’t become a problem until one gets above the lower UHF range. RF burns are the biggest problem when working too close to AM towers and ATUs.

          • FollowDaMoney

            There is when your are looking for leaks in a cable plant according to the FCC. There is a distance requirement to measure the leak(10 meters) with a dipole antenna. If you are using a automated GPS system to automatically detect leaks you must know the distance from your vehicle to the cable plant to calculate the leak measurement. There are also times where standing 10 meters from the plant is impossible. That is why there is a third factor.

          • You’d have to have a pretty good leak to pick it up with a 1 meter dipole at 10 feet. When did they stop using directional antennas to track leaks? Last time I saw it being done, they were using a log periodic, yagi, or horn antenna.

          • FollowDaMoney

            I would like to be your friend.

            We called ‘birdies’ something else. Harmonic triple beats and other naughty names.

            There are things that the government requires and things that most are not aware. Not a HAM or Radio Station guy/gal, but have a good understanding on RF. Have a spectrum analyzer sitting in front of me. Not sure on how RF effects the body. Have read many reports on both sides. You get RF close enough at the right frequency, the right power level, and things are not good. Much to be learned….

            Have a great day/evening and I will be happy to share info with you.

          • Most of the effects of RF on any mammalian body are considered by regulators to be a heating effect. This effect increases with frequency and field strength. Above a certain frequency and field strength, UHF and above become what can be considered ionising radiation, which can cause genetic mutations similar to nuclear radiation.
            I spent a lot of time in field strengths well past volts per meter when I was working my first broadcasting job as a transmitter engineer, which was a pretty boring job except at the top of the hour, when I had to take log readings. I worked a 12.5 hour shift on saturday and 13.5 hour shift on sunday, and walked a four tower array once a week, to provide base current readings to confirm the accuracy of the phase monitor in the control room. This was a 5kw station on 710 kHz, so even the heating effect was unnoticable. I probably got more noxious exposure from the mercury vapor rectifiers in the PS cabinet of the Collins transmitter.
            Over time, the boredom led me to ask for and accept more and more maintenance responsibilities. I eventually wound up testing the backup generator and transmitter, and one of the many tube-type pieces of support equipment every week. Beyond all of this, my primary job function was to switch over to the generator, backup transmitter, and backup audio source (a very old Ampex reel to reel), as needed, which wasn’t often. Although I had to make all of those substitutions over the course of my employment, the most memorable was the night that the DJ locked himself out of the studio on a restroom run, and I had to cover about 25 minutes of programming. When he got back in, he called me, and I pulled the patch cord at the end of the song that was playing.
            The best part of the job was all the time I spent reading the records of the station under all of the previous owners, which were kept in what had been the chief engineer’s office. Between hands on experience and time to read tech manuals, it was the best educational experience I could have had before I became a chief engineer myself. I took a course in two-way radio, and a lot of good-natured chaff from my fellow students about planning a career in broadcasting, but aside from a 1 and a half as a two-way tech, my experience has been mostly in wireline telephony and broadcasting.
            Did you know that a pile of wet bentonite makes a very effective Fresnel lens at 950 MHz without being in the actual signal path?

          • I hold or have held 5 of the licenses listed at In addition, I hold or have held 2 non-commercial FCC licenses. You don’t need to lecture me about RFI. I was fixing it in hobby and professional venues before you starting doing things that you don’t need a license to do. If you don’t understand inverse square law, you will be flying blind trying to find the cause of RFI, especially at VHF and UHF frequencies.

  • disqus_5o3uRPAPrx

    Some big name endocrinologists have ‘broken away.’ Happened at UCLA and Hebrew University. Started treating diseases like hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism with frequencies. Top guy of ‘Public Health’ at Berkeley just won a lawsuit against corporations. Ordered to release their findings on the ‘damage their product causes.’ Last I looked, ‘they’ were fighting the release.

    Cell phones are stealing your kids. Makes them expect ‘super-stimulation’ all the time. Won’t be able to control them as they look to ‘people’ with the kind of ‘messages’ your kids want to hear. Our enemies will gladly provide those ‘messages.’

    • Kids that aren’t abandoned to influences outside of an intact nuclear family aren’t usually very interested in social media or smartphones. If they are kept stimulated by things that will produce good outcomes, they won’t be interested in things that won’t, because they will be too busy with the former. If people aren’t going to raise their children properly, we’d all be better off if they didn’t have them.

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  • All cell phones have always had embedded processors in them, which are computers.

  • Donald Cassidy