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Just for clarification I do not for one second believe this 5g kills you rubbish in fact I am already harnessing 5g but I thought we could all do with a laugh as the BBC tear down a rather expensive bit of bioshield that protects from 5g and other harmful radiation to find its noting more than a pen drive. Please find the article below. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-52810220

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Protection against harmful radiation? Have you considered:

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4 minutes ago, Coshy91 said:

Just for clarification I do not for one second believe this 5g kills you rubbish in fact I am already harnessing 5g but I thought we could all do with a laugh as the BBC tear down a rather expensive bit of bioshield that protects from 5g and other harmful radiation to find its noting more than a pen drive. Please find the article below. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-52810220

There are people who believe the 5g is a cause of the coronavirus and that is used by the governament to let them inject a microchip which will, using the 5g, control their brain in the future....

 

... and I'm still surprised that people pay £339 for a USB STICK that creates a BIOSHIELD around you?

 

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The 5GBioShield was recommended by a member of Glastonbury Town Council's 5G Advisory Committee, which has called for an inquiry into 5G.

One of nine external members, Toby Hall, said: "We use this device and find it helpful," and provided a link to its website, which describes it as a USB key that "provides protection for your home and family, thanks to the wearable holographic nano-layer catalyser, which can be worn or placed near to a smartphone or any other electrical, radiation or EMF [electromagnetic field] emitting device".

 

I have something brilliant that I want to sell to this guy. It is a special kind of oil made from snakes. It is even more effective than plugging in a piece of plastic in a USB port. It can help against cancer, among many other illnesses


 

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33 minutes ago, 3rrant said:

There are people who believe the 5g is a cause of the coronavirus and that is used by the governament to let them inject a microchip which will, using the 5g, control their brain in the future....

 

... and I'm still surprised that people pay £339 for a USB STICK that creates a BIOSHIELD around you?

 

People still believe the world is flat so I am not surprised by much... lol.

 

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16 minutes ago, SansVarnic said:

People still believe the world is flat so I am not surprised by much... lol.

I actually follow the flattard movement fairly closely and at this point I genuinely believe that the large majority of them don't believe the earth is flat. Just like all good con men they've identified the weak people who are most susceptible to believing nonsense, they've identified these same people also happen to be fairly ready to hand over money and they're basically milking these people for as much as they can get.

 

There's a few of them that probably do genuinely believe it (mostly the devout religious ones who think the bible is an encyclopedia of truth & knowledge) but the majority of the flat earth preachers are modern con men.


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3 hours ago, 3rrant said:

There are people who believe the 5g is a cause of the coronavirus and that is used by the governament to let them inject a microchip which will, using the 5g, control their brain in the future....

this is awfully close to what some people i know believe. i haven't heard them talk about brain control but the other things i've heard them say. 


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One thing that gets me on this; Is there actually any law that stops people from selling these?

Like.. they identified the people selling these products, are they not going to be done for fraud in the UK, or is it totally legit to sell something that is complete woowoo?

homeopathy, snake oil, water divining, fortune telling, speaking with the dead... all of this stuff. They charge a fortune and prey on the uninformed. They can do this without any repercussions?

What's the law here, as I struggled to find anything. It seems more along the lines of 'sell whatever the fk you like, but just don't false advertise it'. So as long as your ads are smart and your small print is small, you can get away with anything??

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2 hours ago, Ashley xD said:

this is awfully close to what some people i know believe. i haven't heard them talk about brain control but the other things i've heard them say. 

Yeah, that wasn't a vague example. I actually heard someone literally saying it and I walked away confused as hell

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In the past 2 years the world has seen a concerning worldwide rise of an anti-science conspiracy theorists cult.

They believe that the world is flat,vaccines cause Autism,that 5G is our doom and other mumbo jumbo that doesn't make any sense.

 

It reminds me of the medieval era,with the fall of the Roman Empire humanity lost significant technological and scientific progress,

science was a "heresy" and conspiracy theorists were running wild gaining influence and power more than ever before.

As a result we have entered a dark era of no technological progress,witch hunts and diseases killing half of the population in Europe.

Thankfully this madness ended with the Renaissance - the rebirth of science,philosophy and art.


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3 hours ago, SADS said:

One thing that gets me on this; Is there actually any law that stops people from selling these?

Like.. they identified the people selling these products, are they not going to be done for fraud in the UK, or is it totally legit to sell something that is complete woowoo?

homeopathy, snake oil, water divining, fortune telling, speaking with the dead... all of this stuff. They charge a fortune and prey on the uninformed. They can do this without any repercussions?

What's the law here, as I struggled to find anything. It seems more along the lines of 'sell whatever the fk you like, but just don't false advertise it'. So as long as your ads are smart and your small print is small, you can get away with anything??

that is pretty much it but trading standers could get them for being a scam


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That's some serious Area 51 tech that they've got 😆


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5g was brought in to kill off those of us who survived 4g. 

 

 

If all money was reset and everyone in the world started a fresh with £1m by the following day many would have £2m and an equal amount of people would have a box of usb dongles. 

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