April Foolery

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  1. Speaking of fools, there’s a conspiracy theory lighting up the internet involving 5G technology and the coronavirus. The “theory” has a couple of variations: Either 5G signals are causing the virus, or the contagion was started as a cover-up for health maladies related to the technology. Meanwile, the anti-vaxx crowd is claiming the coronavirus is a hoax.

    I’m confused by this conflicting claims, but I can’t get through to our resident expert on both subjects, Reinette Senum–she’ cut me off on her Facebook page. Perhaps one of the big bucks contributors to her reelection campaign, Podunk Pelline, can get her to enlighten us.

    • RL CRABB says:

      See today’s cartoon…

    • Chris Peterson says:

      Most kidding aside and disavowing any connection to Covig-19 or chemtrails, the scientific evidence on the risks of 5G are real and, so far, counter to what the industry using it, with the aid of their government overseers, is telling us. I’m fairly certain that no one would suggest sticking your head in a microwave oven yet, that’s exactly what the 5G system amounts to.
      My dad was a tech up at the Wolf Mountain microwave station while I was growing up in Nevada County and he used to show us how he toasted his sandwiches by placing them in front of the outgoing ‘horns’. Same thing, people; we’re turning up the heat in the ant hill.
      I’m working on pants that come with leather straps that drag along the ground as you walk, keeping you grounded, kinda’ like midwest cars used to have. (Just kidding.)
      Stay safe, if at all possible.

      https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/we-have-no-reason-to-believe-5g-is-safe/

      • RL CRABB says:

        The conspiracy dujour George is referring to is claiming that 5G has activated the corona virus. It’s been all over my Facebook page and email. No matter what you think about microwave radiation, this is quite a stretch.

        • Chris Peterson says:

          Hence my line above, ” disavowing any connection to Covig-19 or chemtrails”. I was referencing the ‘5G Apocalypse’ YouTube movie which I viewed a few weeks ago. I guess my NU education is failing me.

          Ah well.

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