Like it or not we’re rapidly moving into the world of 5G, or 5th generation cellular telecommunications. Why? Because the frequency bandwidths used currently by cell phones and similar technologies are becoming saturated. And also because we live in a world where people want more.
5G, and the Internet of Things (IoT) that goes with it, promises to give us more.
But more what?
Super-Fast Download Speeds
5G and IoT promises to connect us in our homes, schools, workplaces, cities, parks and open spaces to over a trillion objects around the world. It promises cars that drive themselves, washing machines that order their own washing powder and softener plus of course super fast downloads and streaming.
According to Fortune.com 5G will support at least 100 billion devices and will be 10 to 100 times faster than current 4G technology. (4G was already about 10 times faster than 3G).
It’ll bring download speed up to 10 Gigabits per second. This would let us have an entire building of people send each other data in close to no time, thus improving productivity.
What is 5G?
5G offers mind-blowing data capabilities, practically unrestricted call volumes and near infinite data broadcast. It does this by 5G using largely untapped bandwidth of the millimeter wave (MMW), which is between 30GHz and 300GHz, as well as some lower and mid-range frequencies.
This table compares the different generations of mobile technologies:
Nerve-cell tendrils readily thread their way through tiny semiconductor tubes, researchers find, forming a crisscrossed network like vines twining toward the sun. The discovery that offshoots from nascent mouse nerve cells explore the specially designed tubes could lead to tricks for studying nervous system diseases or testing the effects of potential drugs. Such a system may even bring researchers closer to brain-computer interfaces that seamlessly integrate artificial limbs or other prosthetic devices.
“This is quite innovative and interesting,” says nanomaterials expert Nicholas Kotov of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. “There is a great need for interfaces between electronic and neuronal tissues.”
To lay the groundwork for a nerve-electronic hybrid, graduate student Minrui Yu of the University of Wisconsin–Madison and his colleagues created tubes of layered silicon and germanium, materials that could insulate electric signals sent by a nerve cell. The tubes were various sizes and shapes and big enough for a nerve cell’s extensions to crawl through but too small for the cell’s main body to get inside.
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The very shape of the pyramid is an amplified-receiver or resonator of various kinds of energy fields, i.e. electro-magnetic waves, cosmic rays, electrical discharges, gravitational waves, etc., surrounding our planet and which are in the air around and within the pyramid.
Inside the pyramid the received energies, interact with one another.
A pyramid also creates a spherical field like a 3D globe of harmonic vibrations – where the wave patterns are synchronous and rhythmic - around itself. Everything within that field will move towards the harmony. 
How does the pyramid create a spherical field of harmonic vibrations around itself?
In a magnetic field like the inside of a pyramid, the produced magnetism is in a direction opposite to that of iron where the field-direction is outward from the North pole and inward to the South pole of a magnet. In other words in a pyramid the direction of its magnetic field is outward from the south pole of the pyramid and inwards to the north pole.
The pyramid shape generates a spin field from its apex for electrons, meaning that they can move in an angular momentum, i.e. around their own axis. So, if moving or kinetic energy enters the pyramid at the top opening, this can be taken as the north pole of its magnetic field and as the pyramid emits energy from its middle, this can then be taken as the south pole of its magnetic field.
Once it entered into the pyramid, the energy bounces from the equal sides of its walls while the five angles of the pyramid project a beam of radiation towards the center where the energy is collected or pooled to form the "fire in the middle" (the word pyramid is translated as 'fire in the middle’). These energies all combine in the center or King’s chamber area of, i.e. the Great Pyramid. The molecules or atoms in this area absorb these energies by resonance.
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(AT37) As a follow up to our story "Ancient Sacred Symbol Key to Anti-Gravity?", we are listing 21 modern and ancient applications that include in one way shape or form, the swastika symbol.
Is there a connection between this ancient symbol and fallen angel technology, as suggested in comments on our first article?
By now it should be commonly known that the symbol does not strictly mean Nazism, but rather means something positive and enlightening. The word "swastika" comes from the Sanskrit svastika - "su" (meaning "good" or "auspicious") combined with "asti" (meaning "it is"), along with the diminutive suffix "ka." The swastika literally means "it is good." It was used by early aviators as a good luck sign before WWII. Some would even suggest that the swastika was supposed to represent the X chromosome in the human body, which is why Hitler had his SS Super Soldiers program, but that is merely speculation.
We don't want to speculate, we want to investigate. We want to KNOW why it has been used since the dawn of early civilization, and how it could possible play a key role in mankind's future.
How deep are you willing to go in exploring the abyss that is you?
This article is about the possible ‘apps’ or applications that can be adopted for this 12,000 year old good luck symbol. A symbol that has been negatively maligned within the western consciousness.
It soon became clear to me that I would need to find viable applications for such a despised symbol to assist in its reintroduction.
The *new* *improved* SS … based on Swastika Science
Your dive buddy is your shadow. This kind of deep diving firefight involves knowledge of alchemy and how to quell the raging fire that burns deep within.
How deep are you willing to go in exploring the abyss that is you?
As a religious symbol, this symbol has countless interpretations, for good reason…its apparent longevity is witness to its acquiring many profound meanings. For ages it has been used to promote religious, spiritual, superstitious, or scientific ideas, the geometric pattern of the swastika has made its way into many varied centers of human thinking.
Nano the next dimension …
APPLICATIONS for the Swastika PAST PRESENT and the FUTURE
(nano applications are in blue)
#1 To promote LOVE and PEACE and GOODWILL toward all LIFE big and small …
#2 Therapy helping people to come out of darkness
#3 NAZI Swastika to incite FEAR and DISGUST
#4 FALUN DAFA – Law Wheel Design
#5a Shockwave-Generating Wave Discs Could Replace Internal Combustion Engines
#5b GE90 engine and Boeing 777
#6 NANO - scale ‘Light Mill’ Spins Motor Using Light
#7 Sun Catchers – Chiral Metamaterials
#8 Hoberman Sphere - Expansion and Contraction - Inhalation and Exhalation
#9 SOUND Hemi-Anechoic Chamber
#10 NANO - World Applications *video*
#11 SUNGAZING – Helping to Solve the World’s Hunger Problems
#13 A Cloaking Device?
#14 Circularly polarized light
#15 Affordable Housing
#16 Molecular SOLOMON’S KNOT
#17a Micro - Device for processing molecular clusters of a liquid to NANO-scale
#17b Macro - Model for Earth’s Dynamo generating a Magnetic Field
#18 S-Shaped Dipole And Swastika Antennas
#19 Windpower – VAWT and a Sirius Mystery about Windmills
#20 Tornado/Vortex Electricity Generating Plant/Explosion vs Implosion
#21 Bible Ink. ‘Logos’ that became Corporate Inc. Logos
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