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How Would You Like A SMART METER In Your Automobile: It’s Coming In Order To Pave The Way For Self-Driving Cars

Folks the information below is no techno bull malarkey!

Seriously, auto makers probably will be installing “smart meters” in all new cars so as to prevent accidents but, realistically, it’s surreptitiously a way to pave the way for – you got it – “self-driving cars”!

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is proposing to mandate radar (called V2V technology) in all new cars and light trucks. [1]

The system is the V2V, which is like a smart meter in the car!

Smart meters on your utility services pump radiofrequencies (RFs) into your homes and, if being proposed for autos, somewhere operating close to your body while in your new high-tech automobile!

Isn’t microwave technology going crazy?

How much in the way of RFs do you think your body, especially your central nervous system, i.e., the brain, can be subjected to before you go bonkers?

What do you think will happen when 5G pumps out millimeter waves, which will activate your body’s sweat glands? Don’t believe that? Check out this research.

Will everyone now enjoy “hot sweats,” not just menopausal women?

5G is ultra-high frequency and ultra-high intensity. 5G uses between 24 to 90 gigahertz frequency.

Source: Radiation Health Risks

Consider the constant exposures to and from:

• Wi-Fi everywhere you go
• Cell towers, cell phones, iPhones
• Stingray towers
• GWEN towers
• 4G, 5G and possibly 6G broadband
• 5G cell towers probably every 300 or so feet

Even in front of your home or bedroom window

• ‘Smart’ home appliances, which spy on you inside your home
• Utility [electric, natural gas, water] company AMI Smart Meters

According to EMF Safety Network,

The [V2V] antenna is omni-directional, allowed to transmit up to approximately 2 watts of power output at 10 Mhz and 5.9 Ghz with a range of 300 meters, or three football fields in length, every 100 milliseconds, or 10 pulses a second. The proximity of the transmitter to the driver and passengers is unknown, but could be inches to a few feet away from people in the car.

Do you want your children walking down a street being RF-irradiated by everyone’s car on the road?

Confused?

So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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