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Is There A Dangerous Link Between Corona Virus & 5G Technology? with Ole Dammegard & Special Guests

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News reports from China indicate the Corona virus is impacting virtually everything including the much debated 5G roll out, but is there a deeper connection between the feared outbreak and the controversial next generation tech?

Ole and I are joined EMF technology expert Olle Johansson and military technology expert Cody Snodgres.

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  1. Peter Lemmon

    25.02.2020 at 01:39

    More silly slogans of "where is the beef" discounts indirect, direct, and known declassified military experimentation on humans as evidence and the intent of clear cut relationship between the Gates Foundation and those in the upper eschelon with secret laboratories with many scientist that have sold thier profession. Do we really think any of these scientist will give the silly Doctor "the beef?" Stupid doctor, why don't you do the hard science since this is so detrimental to humanity? Stop being "simple minded, " dear Doctor. Do you not understand that secret scientist and bankers (Neoliberalism) are practicing the inverse in keeping the human race alive? Get the "BEEF" dear Doctor, if you really want to know Cody, you can know. It is a matter of doing the hard science and allowing the human will to do it, not talk about it. Talk is done by the four of you against the general public to not hold those who created this virus accountable in NUREMBERG TRIALS. Keep praying that those who created this virus,that, as God's Word says, "Be Sure, Your sin will find you out."

  2. Salvation_by_His blood_alone

    25.02.2020 at 01:40

    Daniel 12:4 King James Version (KJV)

    4 But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.

  3. agaye

    25.02.2020 at 01:40

    I’m heading for patreon—this is so interesting!

  4. agaye

    25.02.2020 at 01:40

    Jason, you always strive for excellence! Great production. Good job.

  5. Christine

    25.02.2020 at 01:40

    Dana Ashlie you tube draws conclusive relationship fiveG which is located in the hot zones (China, South Korea, Italy.) Also, USA is severely underreporting the virus spread

  6. Dan Rozelle

    25.02.2020 at 01:40

    I simply would like to mention as an experience-er When I go to sleep at night I turn off the wifi and I get a better sleep and I dream. It only seems logical that as with everything being frequency and vibration it just stands to me that the vibrations and frequencies have an effect on the body in every area of everything. If you can imagine how polluted the atmosphere is with radio frequencies it has to saturated with all the transmissions from every where and every direction. I wouldn't blame nature at all for being mutated in every way. Then adding to the atmosphere the chemicals to enhance the transmission: I am surprised we all haven't gone crazy…!!LOL

  7. moon dog grey

    25.02.2020 at 01:40

    Because iran is all about the 5g?

  8. Julia Brown

    25.02.2020 at 01:40

    A few months ago I read a paper on 5G and the MASSIVE damage that the 60 MHz frequency does to humans at the cellular level. Massive damage to all our cells and huge damage to our DNA. It’s a devastating technology unleashed on humans.

    But I don’t believe that the 5G is the CAUSE for the Coronavirus. I think the 2 are distinct issues.

    However I do believe that the damage done to the people of Wuhan at the CELLULAR level is preventing their bodies immune systems from fighting the “flu”.
    I think the 5G has so destroyed them at the micro-level that they simply cannot fight the virus.

    And are dying in their MILLIONS. I read a Chinese intelligence report that already 10 Million are dead.
    And there are videos of layers of dead people lying piled up IN THE STREETS.
    If the streets have dead lying all over, then the hospitals have even worse dead count.

    President Trump has refused the roll out of Chinese 5G in America. Let’s hope that the deep state isn’t sneaking it in anyway.
    Perhaps in America we should actively destroy any 5G installations when we see them on poles.

  9. Hap

    25.02.2020 at 01:40

    Weinstein= GUILTY…….👍

  10. Lanna Ramirez

    25.02.2020 at 01:40

    I think this is exactly what is happening- 5g Corona Virus.They are tied together.

  11. Warren Schaich

    25.02.2020 at 01:40

    Great discussion great quests!

  12. Amanda Cornell

    25.02.2020 at 01:40

    Thank you for these interviews.

  13. Amanda Cornell

    25.02.2020 at 01:40

    Interesting picture on your wall! Epstein’s buddy in crime😀

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Coronavirus: Tech firm Bloom Energy fixes broken US ventilators

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California’s governor announced Bloom Energy’s success at its Sunnyvale, California campus

A Californian company that usually makes green-energy fuel cells is due to deliver 170 repaired ventilators to Los Angeles later on Monday after transforming its manufacturing process.

An engineer at Bloom Energy downloaded the service manual and taught himself how to dismantle and rebuild them in a day, the Los Angeles Times reported.

They had been in storage since the H5N1 bird flu outbreak of the mid-2000s.

Bloom says it is now working to find other stockpiles of disused machines.

On Saturday, as California Governor Gavin Newsom visited the manufacturing plant, he said: “We got a car and a truck and had [them] brought here to this facility at 08:00 this morning.

“And Monday, they’ll have those ventilators back into Los Angeles all fixed. That’s the spirit of California.”

Mr Newsom said the the original manufacturers had initially told him it would take a month to fix 200 ventilators, which help patients breathe if they are having difficulties due to Covid-19 or other diseases.

He said he told Bloom: “We challenge you to do more and do better.”

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And on 22 March, the company’s chief executive, KR Sridhar, sent the governor a photo of 24 finished ventilators ready to be certified for use.

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Bloom Energy hopes its efforts will save the lives of coronavirus patients with respiratory problems

Mr Sridhar told CNBC: “We think we can do hundreds of ventilators – close to 1,000 ventilators – a week of refurbishment.

“This is the fastest way – we can take existing ventilators that are out there, get them working, get them back to the hospitals.”

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The strategy contrasts with that of the UK, which is seeking to make thousands of new machines in partnership with manufacturing companies.

The UK has about 8,000 ventilators available and has placed orders for the same number again from existing manufacturers

Dyson has also received an order for 10,000 units of a new design – if it passes regulatory hurdles.

But manufacturers have said they will not be able to meet demand if coronavirus infections peak in the coming weeks.



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Facebook Aims $100 Million at Media Hit by the Coronavirus

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Facebook announced on Monday that it would dole out $25 million in grants to local news outlets and spend $75 million in a marketing drive aimed at news organizations internationally in response to the coronavirus-prompted economic downturn, which has caused advertising to plummet and has threatened media industry revenues.

Despite huge interest in news that has led to traffic surges and a rise in digital subscription sign-ups, the media industry has seen cutbacks as advertising has dropped sharply. Some alt-weeklies have laid off as many as three-quarters of their employees. BuzzFeed and American Media Inc. have instituted pay cuts. In Louisiana, The Advocate and The Times-Picayune have furloughed some staff and put the rest on four-day workweeks.

The money announced Monday will come on top of $300 million that Facebook, one of the world’s largest tech platforms and a critical digital news gatekeeper, pledged last year to invest in local news by the end of 2021.

Campbell Brown, Facebook’s vice president for global news partnerships, said in a post, “If people needed more proof that local journalism is a vital public service, they’re getting it now.”

In an interview, Ms. Brown said Facebook felt obliged to help local news organizations weather the downturn. The outbreak has punished many of them financially while they perform risky journalism on an essential topic. Many of them have posted their coverage outside their paywalls.

At the same time, increased traffic and subscriptions have not made up for advertising shortfalls.

“We have begun to make progress,” she said, “subscriptions have begun to increase, but there’s still a gap there, and if we can fill that gap, then we have a responsibility to do it.”

Part of a $1 million Facebook grant announced two weeks ago helped The Post and Courier newspaper of South Carolina cover remote work costs for its journalists and expand its coverage across the state, Facebook said.

News outlets have long seen Facebook as an adversary. The social media giant and Google, the search company, dominate digital ad revenue, squeezing the bottom lines of traditional media.

Moreover, Facebook is built on users’ sharing enticing content, including news articles. That gave the company an incredible amount of leverage over publishers, as a few tweaks to its algorithm could, like turning a spigot, direct traffic away from or to news articles. In recent years, the central News Feed pivoted away from an emphasis on hard news. (“News Feed isn’t about news. It’s still mostly about friends and family,” Ms. Brown said.)



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