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How the U.S. Space Force Plans to Police The Private Space Boom

How the U.S. Space Force Plans to Police The Private Space Boom

Space Force has been at the front of U.S. government efforts to safeguard this key domain, and to help private industry players navigate this inherently dangerous environment. Outer space is getting crowded, with both commercial endeavors and secretive military projects. And it’s going to be up to the newest United States military branch, the Space…

Dr. Marc Arazi has just published an English translation of his book about the Phonegate scandal.

The scandal was identified by him and his team but it is continuing in France and elsewhere — especially in No. America where phones that are in violation of even our extremely high allowances are still being used and sold — and the public is being kept in the dark. This book would be an…

“Virtual babies” Who Grow Up in Real Time Will be Commonplace by 2070, Expert Predicts

“Virtual babies” Who Grow Up in Real Time Will be Commonplace by 2070, Expert Predicts

The overpopulation crisis could be solved within 50 years thanks to the evolution of “virtual children,” one of Britain’s leading artificial intelligence experts claims. Computer-generated babies that cost about $25 a month are likely to become commonplace by the early-2070s, according to Catriona Campbell. In addition to her expertise in AI, Campbell is also one…

Secretary of State to be challenged on failure to give adequate information to the public about the risks of 5G and to explain the absence of a process for investigation of any adverse health effects

Secretary of State to be challenged on failure to give adequate information to the public about the risks of 5G and to explain the absence of a process for investigation of any adverse health effects

We are delighted to announce that the Court of Appeal has today granted permission for our case to proceed on two grounds concerning: The failure to provide adequate or effective information to the public about the risks and how, if it be possible, it might be possible for individuals to avoid or minimise the risks;…

Once an eyesore, Harrisburg 5G pole is first in nation transformed into work of art

Once an eyesore, Harrisburg 5G pole is first in nation transformed into work of art

The Susquehanna Art Museum, in partnership with Verizon Wireless, unveiled a first-of-its-kind 5G cell pole wrapped in a colorful, abstract design by artist Stephen Michael Haas. Verizon says this is the first 5G cell site in the nation to be turned into artwork. The collaboration with the museum is part of Verizon’s arts program to…

Something is in the Air – Cellphone documentary

This 28 minute documentary which premiered on September 30, 2021 is now available on YouTube.• Is radiation from your cell phone or cell towers harmful for your health? Or the environment? The scientific debate is on-going.• Are scientific conclusions tied to the interests of those who fund the studies?• How do governments make sure the…

A critical analysis of the MOBI-Kids study of wireless phone use in childhood and adolescence and brain tumor risk

Abstract The MOBI-Kids case-control study on wireless phone use and brain tumor risk in childhood and adolescence included the age group 10–24 years diagnosed between 2010 and 2015. Overall no increased risk was found although for brain tumors in the temporal region an increased risk was found in the age groups 10–14 and 20–24 years….

World EHS Day!

Please join Massachusetts for Safe Technology & Courtney Gilardi on June 16, 2022, 8pm EST on Zoom or by phone for a forum to honor World EHS Day: Voices of the Invisible Made Visible. EHS, or Electromagnetic Sensitivity is an environmentally induced illness from today’s wireless technology. Scientists indicate with our growing electro-smog that up…

Blistering data transmission record clocks over 1 petabit per second

Blistering data transmission record clocks over 1 petabit per second

Researchers in Japan have clocked a new speed record for data transmission – a blistering 1.02 petabits per second (Pb/s). Better yet, the breakthrough was achieved using optical fiber cables that should be compatible with existing infrastructure….The new breakthrough is not only faster, but it only transmits data in one mode per core, meaning it…