Interesting Developments — 5G, Starlink, and UFOs

Watch this vid about SpaceX’s launch of thousands of telecommunications satellites that will surround the globe in near-earth orbit. No, it’s not SkyNet, but fascinating nevertheless. This is a vid by a private engineering company, but it’s worth watching. According to The Drive website,

SpaceX's potentially game-changing Starlink concept involves launching large volumes of satellites – dozens at a time – that circle the earth providing broadband data-connectivity.”

One can speculate whether this project is a part of Trump’s newly-created Space Force. Starlink might be an alternative to the 5G technology being pushed by Huawei, ZTE, and the CCP, and the cellular network companies here in the US, which some think may cause health problems for those exposed to the Ka band of signals above 26 Gigahertz.

We, the undersigned scientists, recommend a moratorium on the roll-out of the fifth generation, 5G, until potential hazards for human health and the environment have been fully investigated by scientists independent from industry. 5G will substantially increase exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF)… and has been proven to be harmful for humans and the environment....

While 4G’s wavelengths travel along the surface of the skin, 5G’s millimeter waves are more insidious. When 5G wavelengths are emitted, our skin will automatically absorb them, which will naturally cause the skin to rise in temperature.”


Scare tactic? Maybe. But if 5G towers really will have harmful effects, perhaps a satellite 5G network like Starlink, with LNB’s (low-noise block downconverters) would be safer. In this system, satellite signals are received by dishes that then downconvert the high frequency signal into lower frequencies that are less harmful and that can be distributed to the consumer. This would be much safer than 5G microwave towers all over the place. According to user u/WikiTextBot, one of the users in a discussion board of Starlink,

A low-noise block downconverter (LNB) is the receiving device mounted on satellite dishes used for satellite TV reception, which collects the radio waves from the dish and converts them to a signal which is sent through a cable to the receiver inside the building....The LNB... serves as the RF front end of the satellite receiver, receiving the microwave signal from the satellite collected by the dish, amplifying it, and downconverting the block of frequencies to a lower block of intermediate frequencies (IF). This downconversion allows the signal to be carried to the indoor satellite TV receiver using relatively cheap coaxial cable; if the signal remained at its original microwave frequency it would require an expensive and impractical waveguide line.”

Thank you to this user, whoever you are! I found this at

Next is a fascinating vid with commentary by a guy who calls himself “ET Database.” This footage is, apparently shot from a camera at the International Space Station. The commentator says it might be “an alien spaceship,” but I don’t buy that. New technology from the hidden programs in the military-industrial complex? Whatever it is, it’s amazing.

Unidentified craft near Space Station