Watch Animal Behavior - Measure Radar Frequencies If Possible!!

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sailplane
Some squirrels around here have gotten sick in the last 1-2 months, I have seen two that look like the picture below, fur missing due to lots of scratching. It's some kind of fleas they say online.
The others aren't behaving as usual, they are scared, grab a nut and run. They used to stick around.

The one below was in front of me around 4:05PM EST today eating a nut when all of a sudden it made a strange noise(never heard that before!) almost like somebody shot it, jumped up, remained still for about 2 seconds, and then ran away across the street and climbed up on the roof (second picture).

It had the strangest run, with really long hops, I don't think I've ever seen anything like it. On the climb up the downspouts it seemed it hit itself and almost fell.

When animals feel danger, they climb to high ground. As we know, there's more radar imaging satellites up there, perhaps as the radar sweeped by, this squirrel can feel it.. I've never seen such behavior, ever. Something strange is definitely going on with the squirrels here.



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sailplane
This is an interesting documentary about animals predicting natural disasters:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OwermFL3ePY

Maybe this squirrel had eaten something that was not good for it.. I'll keep an eye out.
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earthworm
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Squirrels are such beautiful and great animals !

Yes, there can be a connection with these new radar satellites.

Also between the recently launching of the first networks of 5G satellites and the wuflu concentrations.
Most cases appear within a zone / bandwidth around the globe above the northern hemisphere.
It is not just 5G systems within certain hospitals and cruiseships or in areas like Milan or Wuhan.
These satellites should be brought down.


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Marc Martin
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Seems like the term "5G satellites" is pure misinformation.

5G cannot travel that far.  Nor can any 5G cellphone communicate with any satellite.  That would require a satellite phone, which are not 5G.

Now, there are some Starlink satellites up there, but they are just testing them, and there is no publicly available equipment (e.g. satellite dish ground stations) to communicate with them yet.

Marc
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earthworm
well, if these new satellites are not yet in operation and only tested, then the damage might still be close to zero.
5G works with several frequencies, and concentrated beams as well.
i am not sure that higher frequences can not travel far through air, although rain seems to be an issue :
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extremely_high_frequency.
indirectly these strong signals could also impact life on earth by disturbing the natural electrical field of the planet.
i still have to read the book of Arthur Firstenberg now it has become available in europe.
ordered it but got unfortunatedly notified it could not be delivered, perhaps due to a lockdown along the way.
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sailplane
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Marc Martin wrote
Seems like the term "5G satellites" is pure misinformation.

5G cannot travel that far.  Nor can any 5G cellphone communicate with any satellite.  That would require a satellite phone, which are not 5G.

Now, there are some Starlink satellites up there, but they are just testing them, and there is no publicly available equipment (e.g. satellite dish ground stations) to communicate with them yet.

Marc
Well I am not talking about the 5G satellites in this post.. and I am aware they are requiring amplification of some sort for communication.
I'm talking about radar imaging.. which I've been concerned about for a while. You've probably seen aphid videos with aphids tensing up far away from an airport radar.

I don't think we have any idea what sort of radar power they're using out of these satellites.. it has been discussed in a previous thread I posted. Their goal is to image the earth as often as possible.. to scan parking lots, ships, etc.. and be able to track people's movements.  

Right now, there might be a ping passing by rarely, and I have nothing to detect this.. or it may have already increased to hourly, who knows.. Eventually it will probably be every 10 minutes. It's strong enough to bounce back to the satellite.
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sailplane
Another idea could be that the squirrel was hit by some ground current.. there was an electrical box nearby that was knocked out by a car and repaired recently.

But.. somethings is amiss in this area in general.. lots of things not going right with wildlife and trees.
I am within 12-18km of two nuclear powerplants as well though.
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Ellen
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It seems likely that 5G is increasing the ground current in the US.  If there is more RF in the atmosphere, it will be attracted to the ground current and join it (converting to a lower frequency as electricity) on its way back to the power plant. Also, when RF hits metals, some of it converts to electrical current, and that will cause it to enter the electrical system through our appliances, etc.  In addition, if RF meets a free-flowing electrical current such as the US ground current, it will easily convert at least some of its waves to the lower electrical spectrum to resonate with that, so my guess is that the ground is becoming saturated. Europe will hopefully escape this problem since they don't ground their systems in the earth.   What do others think?  
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Jinna
Guys, have you seen this short 10 min video I posted in the other thread?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyRP0iwaz9g&fbclid=IwAR38hLWbhYsm1mtddA0eyZ0EzSfu4q0qoEFgw4SvgXmqCnuyO8T2b89Bu1Q

It really made me think.
It might be that the guy has a point here.

If we suffer from these pandemic diseases, why would it be different for wild animals?

Dr Cowden mentions 5G satellites.
If 5G satellites do not emit 5G frequencies, why are they called 5G satellites?
And what's the interest to send thousands of them in space?

One thing is certain: they are not emitting good healing frequencies to help life on planet earth.
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Marc Martin
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On March 22, Jinna [via ES] <[hidden email]> wrote:
> If 5G satellites do not emit 5G frequencies, why are they called 5G satellites?

They are called 5G satellites because people are so ignorant that they just assume that any new technology must be "5G".

> And what's the interest to send thousands of them in space?

Well, with thousands of them they can be in orbiting in low earth orbit instead of high earth orbit (which reduces the "latency" and makes communications faster), and also they can handle more traffic overall (because there are so many of them).  However, I believe that the satellite dish ground stations that receive these will need to be more complex, and have to "steer" / "track" to point at the satellite that's being communicated with.

Also, I assume that if we are headed for a global depression, that nobody is going to buy into this system and it will fail.   At least, we can hope.  :-)

Marc
 
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Marc Martin
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Technically speaking, Starlink satellites are using Ku-Band, Ka-Band, and V-Band frequencies.  Which are indeed high frequency communications, but they are not "cellular" communications, which is what "5G" is supposed to signify (as a replacements of 4G, 3G, 2G).  Satellite communications have evolved over the years, but they've never been considered cellular communications.

So, perhaps splitting hairs, as it's all high frequencies that we are being exposed to, "5G" or not.

Marc
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sailplane
Marc Martin wrote
Technically speaking, Starlink satellites are using Ku-Band, Ka-Band, and V-Band frequencies.  Which are indeed high frequency communications, but they are not "cellular" communications, which is what "5G" is supposed to signify (as a replacements of 4G, 3G, 2G).  Satellite communications have evolved over the years, but they've never been considered cellular communications.

So, perhaps splitting hairs, as it's all high frequencies that we are being exposed to, "5G" or not.

Marc
KU/K/V are terrible... and used by police radar.. probably some not any more, like V.
If you've ever been driving with a cruiser behind you and you feel unusually terrified, even though you've done nothing wrong.. remember, they have the radar on, constantly! They never turn them off. I've checked with a radar detector many years ago until detector detectors became more common. Almost every cruiser was emitting. By now, it's probably 100%. The detector went very crazy up close.. I don't know in mW or anything like that what it would be though, but the level dropped off quickly.. although they could be detected around 200-300ft away.

So until we know what's coming from the sky... we don't know much. Is it like the 200-300ft away cruiser.. or is it like 10 ft away..  I wonder if a radar detector would pick up any satellite frequencies.
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casper
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Sailplane you might be interested a few weeks ago I traveled to a local nature reserve around here. That reserve happens to have some army depot a few km off to one side.

I took my Cornet electrosmog meter with me, and was pleased to see I got the lowest reading I have seen in a long time. The Cornet switched to the uW range, which it normally never does. Usually there is always enough radiation so it stays in the mW range, but not this time.

However my happniess didn't last long. Soon I heard from the speaker of the Cornet a strange zapping sound, and the meter went off the scale. However the zap only lasted less than a second, and then it was quiet again.

Five seconds later another zap. And then quiet. Five seconds later another zap, and then quiet.

Yep, it was a radar. Beautiful pristine forest, no other mobile radiation that my Cornet (1MHz-8GHz) could detect, and every five second a nice off-the-scale zap, courtesy of our national defense. Great.
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sailplane
casper wrote
Sailplane you might be interested a few weeks ago I traveled to a local nature reserve around here. That reserve happens to have some army depot a few km off to one side.

I took my Cornet electrosmog meter with me, and was pleased to see I got the lowest reading I have seen in a long time. The Cornet switched to the uW range, which it normally never does. Usually there is always enough radiation so it stays in the mW range, but not this time.

However my happniess didn't last long. Soon I heard from the speaker of the Cornet a strange zapping sound, and the meter went off the scale. However the zap only lasted less than a second, and then it was quiet again.

Five seconds later another zap. And then quiet. Five seconds later another zap, and then quiet.

Yep, it was a radar. Beautiful pristine forest, no other mobile radiation that my Cornet (1MHz-8GHz) could detect, and every five second a nice off-the-scale zap, courtesy of our national defense. Great.
That's quite amazing!..

I didn't think Cornet would measure anything to do with radar.. Well I'll keep an eye out... I have a Cornet, so I'll start using it a bit more, I usually use the Acousticom because I think it's better.
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sailplane
I haven't seen that squirrel any more. I hope it's ok.. the others are still around though, they seem a bit better at the moment.
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Jinna
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Thank you Marc, for your detailed explanations!
In anyway, these satellites are there to increase speed of communication, allowing more traffic, more data exchange, right?

So indirectly, they work as a supportive platform to support wireless communication overall on Earth.
Have I understood it right?

I do hope these satellites don't work, but whatever they are already doing, they are sending wireless frequencies down to earth here, all life is affected anyway, in a smaller or bigger degree.

I do hope for failure too.
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Marc Martin
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On March 26, Jinna [via ES] <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Thank you Marc, for your detailed explanations!
> In anyway, these satellites are there to increase speed of
> communication, allowing more traffic, more data exchange, right?

Well, I think these satellites are supposed to enable internet access in remote/rural areas, where access via cable TV wiring or phone company wiring is inadequate or unavailable.  So this would be serving the same customers that current satellite dish internet serves.  I don't think this can compete with internet access that is currently available in cities.

Marc
 
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Elle
I also hope the bright side could be less 5G if people cannot afford new phones and the need is not there if people have no money...  Companies won't keep building out if there is no demand.
I hope!!!!
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casper
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Here are some differences to current satellite internet. Let's call it "the old system". The old system uses geostationary satellites, and will therefore have very prohibitive latency. It will be in the order of half a second or more (500ms).

Starlink is promising terrestrial latency in the order of 30ms. It's a completely different ballgame. This allows interactive applications and video gaming.

You will need a pizza-box type base station to connect. Think of this as your ISP modem. The satellites themselves use completely new technology utilizing antenna-arrays and beam steering to be able to target all these pizza boxes from orbit, while moving at high speed relative to the ground.

In addition to that, the satellites do something nobody else is currently doing: they form a mesh net between each other up in orbit. This is part of the trick that gives the low latency (coupled with the low orbit).

The low latency and promised speeds, makes it quite competitive with ground-based tech. If everything goes as promised, it's possible it will become quite popular.

In terms of radiation, I think it will not be good. Think of millions of these pizza boxes communicating everywhere up into the sky. In addition, the mesh net satellite to satellite network up in orbit creates even more noise into our ionosphere.

If you are lucky, none of your neighbors gets a pizza box, and then perhaps the satellite beams will not come down in your area. If even one persons gets the pizza box, I suspect a large area around the box will receive the signal (hundreds of meters?). In any case, even if there are no receivers in your area, as Firstenberg warns, it is still electromagnetic pollution added to the earth's environment.

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