Tag: telecom

Why Question 42,000 SpaceX Satellites? Lots of Reasons! 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Countdown to March 19/20th 2021 Global Protest – Part 5

By Patricia Burke There are unresolved issues about blanketing low earth orbit (LEO) with satellites, in order to provide wireless telecommunications, surveillance, data, market competition, investor opportunities, resource acquisition, economic growth, and military activities, from space. As we count down to the March 19, 20th…

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Why Question 42,000 SpaceX Satellites? Lots of Reasons! 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Countdown to March 19/20th, 2021 Global Protest – Part 3

By Patricia Burke There are unresolved issues about blanketing low earth orbit (LEO) with satellites, in order to provide wireless telecommunications, surveillance, and military activities from space. As we count down to the March 19, 20th Global Protest actions, coinciding with the Equinox, we’re looking…

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Why Question 42,000 SpaceX Satellites? Lots of Reasons! 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Countdown to March 19/20th, 2021 Global Protest – Part 2

By Patricia Burke There are unresolved issues about blanketing low earth orbit (LEO) with satellites, in order to provide wireless telecommunications and surveillance, from space. In Part 1, we looked at the fact that “there are no trashcans in space.” “NASA scientist Donald Kessler warned…

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Why Question 42,000 SpaceX Satellites? Lots of Reasons! 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Countdown to March 19/20th, 2021 Global Protest – Part 1

By Patricia Burke There are some unresolved issues about blanketing low earth orbit (LEO) with satellites, in order to provide wireless telecommunications from space. As we count down to the March 19, 20th Global Protest Actions, coinciding with the Equinox, we’ll look at a few…

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Timepeace: Not A Race To 5G — A Race To Human Rights, Climate Reverence, and Cultural Integrity: The Penetrating Flow (Part 5)

By Patricia Burke *Words with multiple layers of meaning, when translated from Chinese, are capitalized, to distinguish them from common use. There is a Chinese proverb:  Do not have each foot on a different boat. I remember the moment when a colleague of mine sat…

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FCC’s TCA 1996 25th Birthday Marks 25 Years of No Progress on Environmental and Health Protections

By Patricia Burke On Feb. 8, Politico reported: THEY SAY IT’S YOUR BIRTHDAY: HAPPY 25TH, TELECOM ACT! — Today marks 25 years since President Bill Clinton signed into law the 1996 Telecommunications Act, aimed at expanding competition in the telecom space. Watch for a celebratory…

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Giving Life the Electric Chair — The Plain Physics & Biophysics of Phone & WiFi Radiation

By Peter Tocci In plain language, technical aspects of a terminal threat to life are discussed, whereby “responsible,” “safer,” and “safe” technology become oxymorons. Even cursory technical understanding could help people see more clearly through official deceit and even dubious warnings from scientists, writers and…

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Should Social, Environmental, and Racial Justice Groups Sound the Alarm About the Digital Divide, Internet Access and 5G? (Part 2)

By Patricia Burke “It’s about time that we create a better, more equitable, sustainable and future, and we can do this if we work together. We need to embrace our responsibility to be fully and visibly connected to the fight against racism, and frankly injustices…

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MA RF Bills: New Concern About The Integrity of Science Informing Wireless Policy, Internationally, Among Issues

By Patricia Burke Massachusetts Led Nation with Caution and Human Rights Protection, and Should Continue to Do So E-waste rates skyrocketed across the planet in 2019. (See: Electronic waste grew 21 percent in five years https://www.theverge.com/21309776/record-amount-ewaste-2019-global-report-environment-health) Because Massachusetts was one of the few states that…

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CAUTION: Scrutiny Required — Al Sharpton & Colleagues; Don’t Violate Civil Rights; Question Broadband, Wireless, and/or 5G Now

By Patricia Burke Broadband = “A Civil Right We Can’t Afford to Lose” What is broadband, and what are civil rights? This week, Essence Magazine published an article, “Broadband Access Is A Civil Right We Can’t Afford To Lose—But Many Can’t Afford To Have -THE…

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