Safe Technology = Back to Hardwire

Why? – Wired connections are safer, faster and more secure. They allow you to reduce your exposure to radio frequency radiation

Safe Technology in Schools

  1. Hardwire all devices that connect to the Internet such as computers and tablets.
  2. Hardwire all fixed devices such as printers, overhead projectors and boards.
  3. Teach students about how to minimize radio frequency radiation exposures.
    • Integrate SAFE TECH into health curriculum.
    • Explore the politics of the precautionary principle in ethics and debate classes. (Although EHT considers the issue to require “cautionary” rather than “precautionary”  action as harm from RFR is established.)
  4. Share resources with parents on how to decrease exposures at home.
  5. Integrate SAFE TECH into your school’s official Bring Your Own Device Policy.
  6. Hold a staff meeting and PTA meeting to share this information.
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5G is a Weapon

What does the 5G Network and a Non-Lethal Weapon developed by the military have in common? The Department of Defense has developed a non-lethal crowd control device called the Active Denial System (ADS). The ADS works by firing a high-powered beam of 95 GHz waves at a target—that is, millimeter wavelengths.

Directed Energy engages the Subject Penetration - this US Weapon can Defeat an entire Army - Advanced Denial System
Directed Energy engages the Subject Penetration – this US Weapon can Defeat an entire Army – Advanced Denial System

5G is the latest wireless system that telecommunications companies are trying to implement to service wireless communication. It’s designed to allow faster downloads of more data. It uses the from 1GHz up to 95 GHz bands, also known as millimetre wave (mmW) spectrum. 5G, which comes from the term 5th generation, is designed to work in conjunction with what former CIA head David Petraeus called the Internet of Things or IoT.

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