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    It's hard to beat a good conspiracy theory James, unfortunately your links do not fall into the category described with my adjective.
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    This is up there with the best.

    Over the last few months I have built a rather large pile of old trees, branches, shrubs etc. with which to do a burn off.
    There I was, happily throwing more and more combustibles into the inferno when I found out that my dear wife had decided to prune our native Finger Lime and deposit the pruned branches in my stockpile. Also, to add more lacerations, there were several Pandanus palm fronds strategically positioned for me to grab.

    Death by blood loss came to mind. No need to worry about syringe punctures between the toes, I tell you!

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    Are you sure your wife is not looking for insurance payout If you find oleander or similar in the pile next time run

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    I like this story ..
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    Since 5G is trending (in my head), an anecode that was told to me when I visited the operations centre of a large French mobile phone operator a few years ago.

    I asked one of the engineers who worked on mast deployment if they got a lot of opposition.
    "Oh yes", he said. "For example, the best place to site a mast in many villages is on the school roof. It actually minimises the amount of radiation hitting the school roof, because there's a blind spot underneath it, but everyone objects."
    "So the mayor comes and says, 'Why not put the mast by the water tower, that's nice and high', so we do that."

    "Then everyone who can see the water tower calls the mayor and says they have headaches and they're definitely going to get cancer".
    "The mayor calls a town meeting and everyone shouts at us and tells us how bad their headaches are. And the mayor demands to know what we're going to do to make the headaches stop. And we say, well, we haven't switched the mast on yet".
    It takes quite a while after erecting the mast for it to be operational.)

    "And the meeting ends, people go back home, their headaches stop, and we switch the mast on, and everyone is happy except if they're in a bad reception area and they ask us to turn up the power
    And then two years later we go to deploy a new generation, and the same people start getting headaches before we've installed it, and we go round it again".

    So everyone has been killed about 7 times over by mobile phone masts already. That or the brain tumours that they were going to get from holding their phones too close to their heads for 10 minutes a day.

    This was about 10 years ago. This guy had been through this 3 or 4 times in some places. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people have killed or injured themselves or others by phoning or texting while driving, but for some reason the same people who think that telcos are out to give them cancer also think they can drive with one hand and half their brain.
    BTW, telco executives and engineers live in areas with 5G reception like everyone else, just as pharma executives die from cancer even though their companies are apparently hiding a $5 cure. Maybe those execs and engineers are prepared to die for the shareholders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by V8Ian View Post
    It's hard to beat a good conspiracy theory James, unfortunately your links do not fall into the category described with my adjective.
    This may work for you then Ian

    Well, before she was banned from Twitter for posting a picture of herself and two other men giving a Nazi salute, Tequila was one of the most prominent Flat Earthers out there — she briefly enjoyed a moment in the spotlight when one very passionate rant went viral. Of course, she also believes that she’s a clone — or a robot — and yeah, there’s the whole Nazi thing as well, so maybe take her ideas with a grain of salt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sashadidi View Post
    I like this story ..
    https://mobile.twitter.com/sTeamTrae...15485381447681
    Since 5G is trending (in my head), an anecode that was told to me when I visited the operations centre of a large French mobile phone operator a few years ago.

    I asked one of the engineers who worked on mast deployment if they got a lot of opposition.
    "Oh yes", he said. "For example, the best place to site a mast in many villages is on the school roof. It actually minimises the amount of radiation hitting the school roof, because there's a blind spot underneath it, but everyone objects."
    "So the mayor comes and says, 'Why not put the mast by the water tower, that's nice and high', so we do that."

    "Then everyone who can see the water tower calls the mayor and says they have headaches and they're definitely going to get cancer".
    "The mayor calls a town meeting and everyone shouts at us and tells us how bad their headaches are. And the mayor demands to know what we're going to do to make the headaches stop. And we say, well, we haven't switched the mast on yet".
    It takes quite a while after erecting the mast for it to be operational.)

    "And the meeting ends, people go back home, their headaches stop, and we switch the mast on, and everyone is happy except if they're in a bad reception area and they ask us to turn up the power
    And then two years later we go to deploy a new generation, and the same people start getting headaches before we've installed it, and we go round it again".
    Those of us with Very white, thinning (or any) hair will recall this was standard advice for Ham Radio Operators who wanted to erect a tower with antennas or especially a Yagi
    - Do a letter drop to all the streets around, asking them to document times/types of 'Radio Interference'..... collect answers and do another informing them all issues have been passed on to the relevant authorities, along with the advice that you'll be STARTING to transmit in a week or so.....

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