Project: Loon - Balloon-Powered Internet For Everyone And More. The Future Is Here...

Source: The ConTrail

Friends, I used to think that simply avoiding proximity and not living to close to cellular towers was the most important consideration. Soon, cell towers will be the least of my/our concerns. The towers may not even be necessary when the entire atmosphere of the planet is literally saturated with wireless microwave radiation! The future is on...

1) Project: Loon - Balloon powered internet for everyone. Further saturating the entire atmosphere with more wireless radiation so everyone, to the furthest reaches of the globe has internet access. This is so altruistic I could just weep. The world will certainly be so much better because of this Google sponsored project.

Notice the little boys and girls who wanted so badly to grow up and be somebody important that they lost their souls in the process. They worked so hard to be an integral part of this (insane) world and wanted so badly to fit in, they actually evolved their heads on their shoulders, no longer accessing the resources of their hearts! No wonder they are working so hard to bring "access" and "connectivity" to the world.

Scroll down and watch the video. It hilarious these people are actually able to convince themselves that what they are doing is important and that the person narrating actually believes in what he is saying. Astonishing!

2) OneWeb: We All Need Acccess. I am again amazed at how many tech-oriented people on this planet are so loving and altruistic! OneWeb wants 648 satellites circling the earth to give everyone affordable access. Just think, this project will not only make "access affordable," it will make bathing in toxic microwave radiation blasting through the atmosphere absolutely free of charge! How much more altruistic can you get? From their website:

Satellites Make It All Possible.

Constellation of satellites: 648 satellites circling the Earth will enable affordable access.
Faster: OneWeb’s satellites will be closer to the earth allowing for better web performance.
Coverage: OneWeb’s constellation of satellites will logically interlock with each other to create a coverage footprint over the entire planet.
User terminals: Small, low-cost user terminals will talk to the satellites in the sky, and emit LTE, 3G and WiFi to the surrounding areas, providing high-speed access for everyone.

3) Facebook's Connectivity Lab is building drones, satellites and lasers to deliver internet access. It is so heart warming. Scroll down to the second video and watch "All of Us." Incredibly endearing and humanitarian. Solar powered planes/drones flying over the globe bringing access to "all of us." Yes, on one level, this technology will definitely create an exponential increase in intelligence, opportunity, creativity and inspiration all over the planet, especially for people in poorer countries. This is the positive aspect of the technology. And yet what will be the collateral damage of the increased microwave radiation? This is the question that nobody is asking. More intelligent and inspired people,  more access to global opportunities and creative potential, as well as exponential increases in health issues because none of us evolved on this planet with these levels of microwave radiation!

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