The FCC has approved licenses to companies across the globe to launch a sum total of 100,000 satellites to beam radio frequency radiation from the skies to earth for the purpose of connecting over 11 billion WiFi enabled things. These satellites will utilize over 7 million earth stations as transceivers gathering and transmitting data from our wireless devices, WiFi enabled appliances and antenna implanted things—(Pampers is designing diapers with antennas inside them, for example)—and to keep these things connected to the internet. These Satellite frequencies will be applied to self-driving cars and trucks, Smart Cities, Robots and Artificial Intelligence. Every item on earth, or “thing”, will be connected to the internet via satellite, hence the moniker “Internet of Things”.
SpaceX for example, has been approved for 25,000 satellites as well as one million earth stations, carte blanche. These earth stations can be places willy nilly with no notification to the people.
The Healthy Heavenly Trust vs FCC
Allowing the launching of 80,000-100,000 satellites into our low orbit skies (approximately 249-350 miles up) is an outrageous take over of the skies by private for-profit industry. The skies are a heavenly trust granted to every living life form on earth, including the planet itself. To this truth, an initiative is filed against the FCC to save the heavens from such a travesty. NASA, NOAA and the American Astronomical Society (AAS) are also protesting this mass satellite deployment pointing out the interference from the radio frequency transmissions and the lighting of the dark skies, will prohibit them from their work. Weather predictions, Space research, hearing weak signals from outer space, visibility into space in the dark, and the guiding of ships by night will all be significantly impaired.
See the Initiative here: httpss://resiliencemultiplier.com
Arthur Firstenberg and the CellPhoneTaskForce.org headed up an International Space Appeal to stop 5G in space. As of November 29, 202, there are 302,398 signatories from 2145 nations and territories. If you wish to read it—it is beautiful, touching and true and if you wish to sign it as signatures are still growing, we provide the link below:
Doug Dawson, expert in tech and level headed, has this to say about AI:httpss://potsandpansbyccg.com/2020/02/17/there-is-no-artificial-intelligence/embed/#?secret=vQw8m8TOiM
Artificial Intelligence is made to look attractive and even necessary. These sites make it “interesting” and perhaps favorable. You make your own determination:
Benefits & Risks of Artificial Intelligence