Cell Towers

Did a little studying last week about cell towers. S everal things have been said about them that makes me suspicious. First of all, the power to run the repeaters on them is very little yet, they have enormous electric cable going up the towers and those cables carry super high amounts of electricity, like maybe 100 times more than the tower needs.

Well, it has been suggested that those towers could be turned into devices that give an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) that would shut off all electric devices within a 20 mile radius or so.. Another thing that has been suggested is that it could be powered enough to operate like a microwave and kill everyone within a certain distance from the tower.

I’m not sure if any of these theories is valid but, it would seem likely that either or both could happen. First of all, why is there an abnormal amount of power going up those towers that is not needed? It has been known for quite some time now that our population has been growing to the point that we won’t be able to sustain ourselves in just a couple generations. The government would like to cut down the population to a more sustainable number. I believe that is one reason vaccines were promoted so much over the past 50 years. These towers could also be a solution to their problem. Push a button and, Bam! 1/4th of the population is dead. What do you think? Why are there some towers that have been erected that do nothing for cell phones, i.e. they do not power any repeaters. They have fake repeaters up there to make it look like a real tower.

Think about it. What do you know about this?

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