Ironically, all of this can be done thru an Ethernet connection, ONLY 100x faster


#1 Shyne on 03.01.19 at 8:02 pm

5g is complete bullshit. It is Verizon using hype to get the tax payer to fund their infrastructure to screw you even harder. Thunder better stop grandstanding for Verizon and start representing Sioux Falls Citizens.

#2 Wirelessly Irradiated on 03.01.19 at 9:36 pm

Yes, and without any EMF radiation.

The next step is to get the schools to back to wired from wireless. With a wireless router or two plus say 20 wirelessly connected laptops (one for each student) in EACH classroom, it’s like microwaving the children at a low setting. (Paraphrasing from the movie “Generation Zapped”)

This 3:20 video is a good summary of “Generation Zapped:”

#3 Erica on 03.03.19 at 3:50 pm

Wirelessly Irradiated, agree with you on all aspects on getting the students as schools back to wired. Would also like to see LESS technology being used in schools, especially until the admin & staff look into privacy policy of many of the websites and apps they want students to use. (And now wanting wearable tech in gym class?! Hell no!)

#4 Erica on 03.03.19 at 3:53 pm

Also, has anyone recently had Midco install ethernet ports in their home? Big expense?

#5 Wirelessly Irradiated on 03.03.19 at 9:13 pm


Do you have a router in your home that has ethernet ports on it? If so, you could possibly run ethernet cables from it to various locations where needed through like cold air ducts or some other innovative ways. I’ve done three cable runs like that & works just fine even on 100 ft runs. Cat 6 wiring costs about $23.00 for 100 feet.

Additionally, you can do what’s called “Powerline Networking” where you plug in adapters to your outlets
& use your residence’s existing electrical wiring as the
ethernet wiring. Here are some references:

You are right about the wearables & the goggle use of smartphones are awful – the radiation can wreck the retinas.

Many of the big names in Big Tech send their children to schools that DO NOT use the technology. Some even have nannies sign contracts ensuring that they will NOT let the children use the technology while the children are in their care. They know the dangers, so they are keeping their kids safe. Also, could be they ascertained that children learn better using good old fashioned books, pen and paper from recent studies that were done.

#6 Erica on 03.07.19 at 1:23 am

Thanks for all the info, WI! I do have a router but need a second as have several systems often going at once (gamer kids hangout). Just need to figure out how to switch a few cable connections that arent activated for internet downstairs for some reason.