The Saga Of The 5G

I hope all are enjoying their weekend…..

The world is moving at “light speed” when it comes to our available info on the worldwide web……and now the newest proposal is a lightening fast 5G…..Hell I remember when 2G was all the rage….but then I am a old fart.

Apparently 4G is just not doing the job in our search for more info faster……enter the promise of 5G….actually I think it is the search for better games and social media updates than the search for knowledge.

The story is that we will need 5G if we are to compete globally……or so the con job goes…….

The United States and China are in a race to build 5G networks, the next generation of wireless network that will enable faster data speeds and be used by self-driving cars and smart cities that rely on the Internet of Things.

On April 12, U.S. President Donald J. Trump and the Federal Communications Commission unveiled several initiatives to accelerate 5G network deployment in the United States. “Secure 5G networks will absolutely be a vital link to America’s prosperity and national security in the 21st century,” Trump said.

Trump maintained: “The race to 5G is a race America must win, and it’s a race, frankly, that our great companies are now involved in.”

That is the narrative that is being passed around……let’s look at it shall we?

As the successor to 4G, 5G is set to completely transform the way we do business. Bringing enormous data capacity, rapid speeds, and incredibly low latency, 5G marks a huge step up from its predecessor

Not only does 5G promise to boost efficiency and unleash the potential of automation, but it will also enable us to explore developing technologies such as virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR).

The first 5G networks will begin to arrive in 2020, resulting in unparalleled levels of disruption.

Organisations need to prepare for the possibilities that this next-generation connectivity will offer with those that are fastest to embrace the changes set to gain a competitive advantage over their rivals. This next-generation network connectivity is set to reinvent the world of business — here are five reasons why 5G is the future:

5 reasons why 5G is the future

Not everybody sees 5G as the best thing……shall we look into that?

Around 20,000 satellites from the new 5G network rollout will be launched into space and beam intense radiation to a large portion of the Earth. At around 1,000 times the speed of 4G, it is shaping up to become a radioactive nightmare for humans. So, how bad can this be for our health?

According to Martin L. Pall, professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences at Washington State University, there are four reasons why radiation from the 5G network will be dangerous for humans: an extraordinary number of antennae are required, high outputs are needed for penetration, pulsation levels will be very high, and it will have an impact on the human body’s cellular electrical field.

Sounds like 5G will take a massive infrastructure plan…..anyone have any thoughts about 5G?


22 thoughts on “The Saga Of The 5G

  1. Hi, chuq,I am still here. 😉
    Do you know that in the UK they are chopping down trees in order to put these 5G mast up…forget about one’s health! We are doing our best to bring it to the public & politicians attention but it appears the people are asleep to it’s dangers. Besides Profit is King, same old but we do not give up in our efforts to be heard,like you. Poor kids, though some schools in are limiting its use b/c you see,kids brains are so vulnerable to it’s influence,bit like TV/Media, all run by you know who. 😦
    Good post!

  2. p.s thanks for the retweet ( diff name I know, but only way you can beat these *#*#** #) & trust you are well.

  3. I’m more along the line.. “Just because we can doesn’t mean we should.” simply because when these advances occur we are never prepared for the possible consequences. Health, I’m afraid, will be just one “small” unintended consequence of this technology. If it’s 1000 times the speed of 4G then we can certainly rest assured anything humans can do to abuse and misuse the technology will also proceed at 1000 times the speed of 4G. We are ill-prepared for this because we have no idea where it will lead. Conversely, humans are, and always will be, driven by curiosity and our own technology. It’s inevitable. But it would be nice if a new frontier, whatever that is, is something we are prepared for rather than embrace it with open arms as the eminent domain in the advancement of man. Right now we invent it, abuse it, TRY and regulate it, then compensate for it.

  4. We seem intent on wiping ourselves out. It will happen sooner or later. Our thought process seems to be to enjoy the ride while it lasts

      1. Well, chuq.. let’s think about this. If I can don some helmet and 3-D visor and my brain can be convinced I just had great sex at 5G………. imagine the possibilities. No fuss; no muss. Pass me a beer.

  5. I supposedly have 4G on my phone. But that only works in the city of Norwich, which is 20 miles away, and I hardly ever go there. So I think all these so-called ‘advances’ are only for the benefit of those in large cities everywhere. As long as I can use the phone, I don’t care whether it is 1G or 9G. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  6. As I read and heared, 5G is only for industrial things, like real time monitoring of industrial work, and real time automated communication of devices, means cars. Its not a faster internet, not for humans use of the www. But its very unhealthy when the microwave signals are pulsing in the same frequency like the human cells are communicating. ;-( Its furthermore a very good thing for 24/7 survailance of citizens. 🙂 Michael

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