Saturday, 31 October 2020

5G mast vandals could find themselves sprayed by SmartWater’s forensic trap

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Tuesday 18 August 20

Sprayed with liquid that is invisible to the naked eye, perpetrators can then be identified using UV light and linked directly back to the crime scene

Since 5G first began to enter the public spot light, around the start of 2020, conspiracy theorists have begun to emerge. With theories ranging from 5G radiation’s negative impact on public health (a claim which has been disputed numerous times) to linking the new technology to Bill Gates and the coronavirus, these conspiracy theorists have on the whole been loud yet benign…

Since 5G first began to enter the public spot light, around the start of 2020, conspiracy theorists have begun to emerge. With theories ranging from 5G radiation’s negative impact on public health (a claim which has been disputed numerous times) to linking the new technology to Bill Gates and the coronavirus, these conspiracy theorists have on the whole been loud yet benign…

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