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* Cell antennas are about to become stronger and more prolific,
* Harmful exposure to EMFs have been covered on this blog many times previously,
* Be aware if you suffer with electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) or idiopathic environmental intolerance (IEI).
* Health problems can result from EMF/RF/ELF exposures expanding exponentially when Wi-Fi-in-the-sky and the individual small antennas for 5G reception are placed on a pole in front of your house or on your front porch.
* Don’t think this can occur in Yelm? Think again!
– “How To Locate Cell Towers And Antennas Anywhere In The USA”
“One of the things I value about networking is the sharing of information and ideas. Recently, a young woman in western Pennsylvania contacted me requesting information about AMI Smart Meters. As the researcher for Pennsylvania Smart Meter Awareness (PASMA), I emailed back PASMA’s Smart Meter Information Kit, which she found most helpful, according to her follow-up email.
However, she enclosed a real “gem” of information for me, which I want to share with my readers. It’s the Internet site “Welcome to Antenna Search.com!”, which contains a ‘boatload’ of resources regarding cell towers (existing and future) and Antennas within 4 miles of the address you type into the site’s search engine.”
“Those debilitating health problems from EMF/RF/ELF exposures will be expanding exponentially when Wi-Fi-in-the-sky and the individual small antennas for 5G reception are placed on a pole in front of your house or on your front porch,” by Catherine Frompovich, Activist Post.
– “AT&T and Verizon want free rein to put new wireless transmitters in your neighborhood.”
“Here’s why that’s a bad idea”
“There’s a classic brawl raging in the California Legislature between a bankrolling private interest and several toothless local governments over wireless expansion.”
“This battle involves the big telecommunications companies — AT&T, Verizon and the like — trying to push aside local governments and start installing the next generation of wireless infrastructure without pesky interference from city hall or the courthouse.
The telecom corporations want to streamline permitting and reduce costs for slapping their transmitters — ranging in size from a pizza box to a small refrigerator — on municipal utility poles, street lights and traffic signals wherever they want.
The industry anticipates installing 30,000 to 50,000 of these “small cells” in the next few years as it rolls out the next generation of wireless networks, 5G. It will be faster and have more capacity than what we’ve got today.
But today, local governments control where the equipment is placed, usually on tall cell towers, which won’t be needed for the new stuff,” by George Skelton, [Sacramento, CA.] Capitol Journal.