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Could next cell phone wreck weather forecast?

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Meteorological science has gotten better and better over past decades, squeezing ever more information out of the data gathered at Earth’s surface, through the atmosphere, and from instruments mounted on satellites spinning overhead. The result is increasingly sophisticated, far-reaching, and accurate forecasts.

But the precision we’ve become accustomed to from those forecasts may be under threat, scientists are warning. Our ability to predict with confidence what’s coming down the road weather wise could be set back by 40 years, and a key forecasting tool could be seriously degraded.

Telecommunications technologies like 5G internet need space on the electromagnetic spectrum, the range of all types of electromagnetic radiation that includes microwaves, infrared and ultraviolet light, gamma and X-rays. Today that space is at a premium.

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2019/11/will-5g-wreck-out-weather-forecasts/

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Essan

The basic gist of this seems to be that satellites measuring water vapour in the atmosphere - essential for modern day weather forecasts - could mistake 5g signals for water vapour and thus provide false data,   A little like the way weather radar sometimes picks up swarms of insects.

 

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aztek

could 5g signals actually affect vapour, same way microwave ovens exsite water molecules,  if 5g does that then it also affects our bodies, and very likely in a negative way.

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