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[–] Unreasonable 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

This is absolutely correct. Cell phones transmit in the microwave spectrum for a reason. They have microwave transceivers mounted on Humvees for crowd control, which when cranked up can kill. Why is it so hard to believe that a microwave transceiver mounted on a tower could be used for exactly the same purpose?

I do actually believe it may be the time for people to start sabotaging these things. Some people put organite around towers, this may help, but sabotage may be our best recourse at this moment.

They will be used to corral people. Imagine if a ring around your city, a deathzone per se, were put in place. They wouldn't need fences, people would just drop dead if they walked into the deathzone. Dissident cities could be wiped out with the flick of a switch. Individuals targeted. Dissent would vanish and people would line up for whatever they have coming for us.

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[–] Kubrick_Stare 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Jesus, this is terrifying, especially because I live just a few miles from a cellphone tower. I always had a slight notion that these towers had an alternative, sinister purpose and this video confirms it.

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[–] smokratez [S] 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Don't believe only one video. Keep trying to find more information about it. Although I agree, and am shitting my pants as well.

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[–] Kubrick_Stare 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

You're right, I should do some more research on this. Just the possibility of this being real is scary.

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[–] scvoon 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Ok, I stopped right here. Quote from video:

The standard range for communication towers is about 10 to 20 miles...

What kind of "communication tower" is he talking about? What kind of antenna is at the other end? How much power for said "towers"?

A communication tower is not one standardized thing. It looks like he's referring to cell phone towers though. In that case, cell phones have tiny antennaes and transmit with relatively low power. Your cell phone is not going to be able to communicate reliably with a tower 10-20 miles away especially in an urban setting. That's why there are so many of them. Lots of towers so that cell phones can be tiny.

Well, that, and also so that they can track us everywhere.

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[–] smokratez [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Googling the standard range for communication towers. I found information saying that the maximum range for a cell phone is 31 miles from a tower. Generally speaking, the 10 to 20 miles part seems to check out.

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[–] scvoon 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I do think that's describing theoretical maximum. Sort of like how walkie-talkies say they have a 20 mile range, but you have to be standing with a clear line of sight with no reflections or weather disturbance - like on top of two mountain peaks or over open water. In the real world, most consumer walkie-talkies end up having a practical range of a mile or two. Try googling "walkie talkie range".

BUT I could be totally wrong about this. It's just based on my casual understanding of transmitters and antennas and such. Thanks for the fact check. :)