60GHz WiFi Good Or Bad?

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  1. Kari Rastas

    Kari Rastas Member

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    I have great concerns about all these digitally pulsed microwave radiation methods of transmittion. It is a known fact that people who have worked in the television transmittion industries all have higher cancer rates, You were concerned with 60ghz this frequency is even closer to the exray band than 5g. All the uhf frequencies are bad for human and other animals as well biological life forms. You can listen to the ones who say it is not but studies of this go back as far as the 50's. I have a doctor who is going to email me more papers that were actually done by the US navy on this issue, I am waiting for them to be mailed as he is a very busy man. I am very interested to see what they have to say about this issue.
     
  2. Waynish

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    I generally agree with this. It is superior, but the unknown is how power scales the biological effects. If we use more APs @ less power, then I think it is definitely a net win. 60GHz @ different amplitudes should be compared and contrasted.
     
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    Such_Saturation

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    If 5G is 60GHz then it's 0.0002% closer to the softest X-Ray compared to 2.4GHz
     
  4. Kari Rastas

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    Another point I might raise also about this issue of microwave radiation is that the tests that have been done only were concerned with the thermal effects of this radiation on our bodies, most of the research now being undertaken is about the non thermal effects it has. IE the effects it has on our DNA it has been proven in many tests done over and over that it has definite effects on certain strands in our DNA that produce free radicals and proteins. It apparently alters these and can lead to all types of damage from mental illness to leukemia. All this research is out there and being done now. The following link (hopefully) is a part of one study to receive the full paper you must pay, why do you think people don't bother unless it directly concerns them as it does me. But thanks to doctors that have paid for these papers and are willing to release them you may get copies of them, like I have.
    https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.3109/15368378.2011.622827
     
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    Such_Saturation

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    I have read the EMF studies. You can just use sci-hub to get the papers for free.
     
  6. Kari Rastas

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    well if you have read these papers which I am finding hard to even find, you should be have a full understanding of the issues concerning the damage it is doing to the DNA especially of young children. I know a friend and his brother was a highly educated dental surgeon who also taught dentistry. He used his cell phone constantly talking to other surgeons and arranging seminars. He ended up with a very dangerous tumor on the side of his head where he held his phone. Most doctors he visited would not even have dared to operate on this tumor because of it's location. He had to spend a lot of money to find a specialist to do the operation. The specialist was the one who said it was most likely caused by excessive exposure to the pulsed microwave radiation of mobile phones. He said other things about this but I am not going to get into that yet till I see this dentist personally and talk to him.
     
  7. Kari Rastas

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    and another thing I have noticed with all the research that denies any problems are all carried out by universities or doctors owned by elite families that possibly have a very high investment in this industry, just as they did with the tobacco industry. Are you really going to trust the research coming from a university owned by someone with a major interest in the Telecommunication's industry? I have great reservations about this type of research, I can tell strait away by the way they word it.
     
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    Frightening stuff. Are the people who are aware of these dangers actually doing anything to change their own lives, or do they just enjoy being the panic merchants? If the problem is so widespread, what's the point in discussing it? Or is it genuinely possible to limit the negative effects?
     
  9. Kari Rastas

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    There are ways to limit exposure, I try to use a wired connection to my pc and keep the modem and wifi in another room at end of house not that I use the wifi but my wife likes it on during day for social networks. And turn it off at night and I never carry my phone in any pockets and usually turn it off in car and at night. My concern is they are putting these systems into schools which is highly stupid in my opinion, at least till proper research is done on the non thermal effects. Another big problem with this is how addicted and reliant people are to this technology, which is also stupid, I say this because each time a carrier has a problem and have widespread outages like Telstra here in Australia turmoil breaks out.
     
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    At least someone has some sense up there...
     
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