5G (G means "generation" not GigaHertz) succeeds 4G, which came after 3G.Everyone who supported these earlier technologies by their constant use of gadgets and devices operating and relying on them has paved the way for 5G. Joe Imbriano of TheFullertonInformer.com explains the ramifications:
SB 6037 is the "Uniform Parenting Act," granting adults with intent (or desire) to acquire/adopt children more rights than those of children to their biological parents.Surrogacy has become a popular way for those who are unable to give birth to become parents, or legally acquire children. Not all of these people have good intentions toward those children. The website ThemBeforeUs.com writes: SB 6037 shows us – children are objectified and put at risk. They become commodities that can be cut and pasted into any adult arrangement.Maybe one parent, or two or three or maybe more. Men and/or women. Married or unmarried. Genetically related or genetic strangers. Living or dead. ...
A penetrating discussion by Sylvie of Megliths.org ... Few people realize that the blockchains that run cryptocurrencies and smart contracting (the way of the future) use massive amounts of energy and are therefore not "sustainable" as we use that word today. The blockchain that supports Bitcoin uses more energy annually than a small country! Will blockchains of the future rely on human energy harvesting for their support? That's my bet (see 16:20 in video below):
Matilda Macy is a modern-day social scientist and commentator who has just arrived on the alt-media scene. Here's her analysis of recent events in Florida (click on image to see video, and allow it to load):
This is my answer to the first song on Mike Williams' new CD ... buy the CD or single to find out how these two relate.The Hollies were a British band who needed one more song to complete their next album. This number, about an FBI agent and a raid and a beautiful woman, was a giant hit, and remains a tremendous favorite today, with people practically weeping for the old days. (Note: The refrain, often heard as "get it on," is actually "had it all.") Lyrics here.
Known as swamp rock, Creedence Clearwater Revival was known for this style ...
and Ike and Tina Turner created their own version: