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AlgoRythm
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I mean... Did anyone actually ask for 5G?

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    HOW DO YOU NOT KNOW THAT 5G RADIATION IS AN ESSENTIAL PART OF BILL GATES' PLAN TO MICROCHIP US ALL AND TURN US INTO CAT EARED FEMBOYS GO TO INFOWARS.COM RIGHT NOW
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    When physics limits a technology, we know that we have nailed it
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    @alcatraz627 BECAUSE 5G CAUSES COVID-19.

    NOW STOP SHOUTING AT BILLY.
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    I think 5G excels in denser areas too with less overlap and etc right?

    That's certainly an issue.
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    If we need so much of those things.. Is it good technology anyway?

    I honestly don't care. I don't think that technology in any way makes us happy so I don't care for such upgrade
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    It doesn't fucking help that people confuse 5G phone systems with 5G wifi too. I know people who have 5G wifi routers and are like "I already have 5G". Face palm!
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    Covid causes 5G
    Duh
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    Now think about 6G
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    Who needs low radius, non penetrating through a walls mobile network that needs cell towers implanted in everyone's head to work properly.
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    Well I didn’t ask for any of this so no.
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    @Pogromist who need higher data rates and convenient wireless docking stations ?

    Who needs 3G, we have EDGE?
    *who needs ducking 4G ? 3G is fast enough!
    *who needs 5G, I can even stream pr0n otg w me LTE!

    Who needs a car? I have me bike!
    Who needs windows ?
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    @alcatraz627 instructions unclear. I am now a gay frog.
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    @dder i say that 5G is half baked technology
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    I asked. It was me all along.
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    @Pogromist the fact that mmWaves don't penetrate walls reduces congestion and having base stations near means that lower transmission powers can be used. Sounds like a win-win to me.

    The people who research this are not dumb.
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    @Demolishun you can get most people confused when speaking about GHz, even though you learn about frequencies in high school, sadly.
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    They want 5G for higher bandwidth. Higher bandwidth means more room to put monitoring devices to track people. There is a reason China is trying to push 5G tech to other countries. This is part of the system they are using to oppress their own people.
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    @Demolishun hmm, yeah. But we could have said that about 4g or other technologies as well.

    Does anyone think it can be harmful? I doubt and wouldn't care about if i have one next to my house.

    If the government could watch in every house they will be so shocked that they will give up 😂 I think they could prevent many stuff already but doesn't do it because we'll, that's who we are
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    @rooter And if we accept as status quo nothing will change.
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    @Demolishun what has to be changed? And you're write, I won't change anything -> there are people caring more, let them do it
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    @rooter I am incensed by recent events. I no longer accept that status quo for society any more. I am fucking livid. When I grew up you here things like "politicians always lie". I am no longer going to accept this. If one lies I am going to work to replace them. The cost is too fucking high.
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    @Demolishun Best idea. If we always get what we tolerate, we should only tolerate better things, not worse.

    Though if things continue as they look like they’re going to, your statement (and mine) would be prison sentences.
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    @Demolishun don't worry, I'm worried about other stuff. Especially about media. Just 5G is not my subject.

    @Root yes!
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    So about a year and a half or two years ago I went to a meet-up in bell laboratories and they talked about 5G networks. The reason they gave is allowing to transfer more data from more sensors (used for IoT). It's not really meant for you to notice the difference, unless you stream 3d models or something
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    @hubiruchi A lot of the reason for this rant was because cellular networks are completely marketing the fuck out of 5G and I'm like, 4G seems pretty much as fast as my WiFi. Look at the Apple iPhone video... They spend like 20 minutes talking about 5G. Such a huge part of their pitch. And I don't see any need for it besides very very specific situations.
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    @AlgoRythm oh okay it's probably didn't get here yet (or at least not to the marketing here)
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    @theabbie But we’re not there yet. The Shannon Limit also depends on the receiving sensitivity. For the same TX power, with better HW, you could easily have higher capacity.
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    @r20408e122449d Still, it's physics which is limiting us
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    @theabbie Never said it isn’t.
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    I’m pretty sure that’s exactly what I asked for last Christmas... instead we got COVID-19! Sorry, my bad :/
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    @alcatraz627 I GREATLY WELCOME THOSE EFFECTS. PRO5G.COM
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    @PrivateGER domain name is free for the interested people
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