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JuanTitor 1 point ago +1 / -0

Back then I was with a power company, so no generator since there was probably a transformer right next to it.

I'm not an expert on RF -- my degree is in math, so only 1 semester of E&M and what I pick up on the internet -- but I tend to agree with you, although I also am not an expert on cattle, and do not know how sensitive they might be to specific bands of radiation.

But yeah, the things I have heard customers say at another utility job, I tend to agree that the rancher is probably mistaken, but I also have caught government, companies, and high ranking scientists lying on things I do know about over and over, so I never believe the experts blindly.

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JuanTitor 1 point ago +1 / -0

I never worked with cell phones, just power, but I have seen equipment that if I recall was owned by a cell phone company that had the high radiation warning.

Like I said, it was rural, not on a super tall pole (less than 50 feet) although it was on a hill, presumably to give maximum coverage to the interstate. It was gated, but the gate wasn't too far outside, as I'd assume they didn't want to buy to big a piece of land.

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JuanTitor 2 points ago +3 / -1

Tens of millions of people over a hundred years have lived near very high voltage power lines, those million KV towers (or whatever they are, I never delt with anything over 125KV, which are a lot smaller lines).

I doubt they have been good for those who live very close, but I don't think the frequencies generated are nearly as dangerous as what we deal with with high power cell phone towers.

I'm not too too worried either way, because they tend to keep those high powered ones away from people, and besides, I still think I'm more likely to be killed by a tyrannical government than cancer.

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JuanTitor 3 points ago +4 / -1

Like most people, you've probably never been near a high powered tower, but they have warnings about high radiation around them.

Worked around one once (cell tower by an interstate highway), the closest it was to any paved road was probably a quarter mile, but had a big warning sign about the radiation from the tower.

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JuanTitor 1 point ago +1 / -0

The best part is the click-bate wording "just handed it" as if this is some breaking new thing.

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JuanTitor 5 points ago +5 / -0

I used to work in San Bernardino, and that woman looks like half the white women who live there. Like I would see multiple people who with sunglasses would look like that most days I was in the field.

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JuanTitor 1 point ago +1 / -0

I actually think the promiscuity was needed to reach her goal, because there were probably opportunities that only came because of people she slept with.

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JuanTitor 1 point ago +1 / -0

You're right, calling others to make big moves but dodging out when called out to lead from the front is why nothing gets done.

We don't need people telling other people to get things done, when need people to actually do things. I don't shout at people online to do things, and in real life only tell people to do things I myself would do along with them.

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JuanTitor 9 points ago +12 / -3

Time in the Middle East during your early days in the CIA?

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JuanTitor 2 points ago +2 / -0

I wonder if it is the newer song "Thank You Jesus for the Blood" by Charity Gale. I have found from personal experience that demons really really hate hearing of the blood of Christ, so it would make sense they would scream loudest right there if they are demonized.

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JuanTitor 1 point ago +1 / -0

You figure they have to be good for a few kids, and they can just have one of the other wives teach them how behave as humans.

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JuanTitor 1 point ago +1 / -0

"You won't believe me" is junior high kid arguing with parent level of arguement.

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JuanTitor 3 points ago +3 / -0

Our system worked well when the people were moral and when it was more of a Republic. Things like direct election of Senators was a mistake, it probably was best when only landowners could vote, and obviously society is not moral enough for it to work well today.

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JuanTitor 3 points ago +5 / -2

This isn't an arguement, it is ad hominem. I might not even disagree with you, but you have to make an argument for your cause or you are just being irrational like a leftist.

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JuanTitor 3 points ago +3 / -0

Can we do this with Martin Luther King Jr, talk about his affairs? Or at least trash people like FDR, and talk about Bill Clinton being a rapist? Maybe make one of the gay bathhouses in Chicago a historical landmark, for being somewhere Obama got pegged by countless men?

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JuanTitor 49 points ago +53 / -4

I don't believe that over 90% of legitimate black voters went to Biden.

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JuanTitor 2 points ago +2 / -0

Unfortunately I think most of them were too poor to afford a camel before they invaded. The words of a wise man apply here: "they aren't sending their best."

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JuanTitor 6 points ago +6 / -0

He is calling China "Old Taiwan," not yelling at Taiwan.

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JuanTitor 1 point ago +1 / -0

Taiwan has the computer chips. In fact Taiwan going down might mean no iPhones for a while.

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JuanTitor 13 points ago +14 / -1

I like to think the author wants to live, knows the real answer, and figures giving us this data then having a weak rebuttal is the best way to spread truth and still live.

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