5G Buffer But No Tinfoil Helmet Required At New KCI

Telcom tech is a favorite topic for conspiracy minded locals.

Here's a fun fact that might or might not inspire more speculation . . .

"Wireless companies have already agreed to turn off transmitters and make other adjustments near the 50 airports chosen. This will reduce potential 5G interference with aircraft instruments used in low-visibility landings."

Meanwhile, tragically, TKC continues to be blocked by airport wifi much to the delight/chagrin of close readers.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news links that offer more news on this topic and a bit of background about 5G theories . . .

Kansas City International Airport listed among 50 airports requiring 5G buffer zone

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City International Airport was among 50 airports listed that will have a buffer zone when wireless companies turn on 5G C-brand service on Jan. 19. In a press release , the Federal Aviation Administration said this will help the risk of disruption.


FAA releases list of 50 airports that will have 5G buffer zones

AT&T and Verizon are set to expand their 5G service to include the C-band spectrum on January 19th. Ahead of the upgrade, the FAA has announced a list of 50 airports that will have buffer zones to prevent flight disruptions.


'Anti-5G' necklaces are radioactive and dangerous, Dutch nuclear experts say

People who wear "anti-5G" pendants to "protect" themselves from radio frequencies emitted by phone masts have been told by the Dutch nuclear authority that their necklaces are dangerously radioactive. Owners of "quantum pendants" and other "negative ion" jewellery have been advised to store them away, as they have been found to continuously emit ionising radiation.


How the 5G coronavirus conspiracy theory went from fringe to mainstream

Uncovering and explaining how our digital world is changing - and changing us. The first link John Gregory saw pushing a connection between 5G and the coronavirus pandemic was on a French conspiracy website called Les moutons enrag├ęs, which loosely translates as "The rabid sheep."


5G has no link to COVID-19 but false conspiracy theories persist

For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO and CDC websites. As the coronavirus swept across the globe, so did rumors about what caused it and how it's spread. One that's persisted online is that 5G networks caused the disease.

You decide . . .

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