I want to feature a couple of video’s from Suspicious0bservers and I recommend that you regularly check their channel. The video’s are all recent reports and they are less than ten minutes each except the first one which is about 20 minutes and was posted on the 16th of May (about two weeks ago).
This is a great video for sharing. It basically destroys the climate hoax. What sets this channel apart is the promotion of the electroverse theory (don’t know if that is the correct term). Basically (and very simply) the universe is electromagnetic connected by magnetic-electric fields and filaments and plasma (plasmaverse?). This makes sense to me and seems more feasible than a universe which is theoretically 85% “dark matter”. Can anyone show me some dark matter? I don’t think so. However, we are surrounded by electromagnetism and plasma. So, that is my simplistic explanation and it is very satisfactory on a number of counts because it explains our shifting magnetic poles and the weather. On a common sense level this is very appealing. It is all connected. We are connected to our sun which in turn is connected to our galaxy and the wider universe. It always seemed extremely stupid (and unscientific) that the sun was given such a minimal role in “climate change”. What do they think it is? A decoration in the sky? We are supposed to believe that CO2 is the main driver of climate change and that it is a “pollutant” (lol). It stretches incredulity because without CO2 all life on the planet would die. This video is excellent for debunking the climate hoax:
High Frequency Health Effects
This video is recent (from the 1st of June) and particularly interesting for a number of reasons. It mentions the following study which I looked up:
The enigma of headaches associated with electromagnetic hyperfrequencies: Hypotheses supporting non-psychogenic algogenic processes
DH ToffaORCID Icon & AD Sow Received 21 Dec 2019, Accepted 21 Mar 2020, Published online: 13 May 2020
Although an electrohypersensitivity (EHS) is reported in numerous studies, some authors associate hyperfrequencies (HF)-related pains with a nocebo effect while others suggest a biological effect. Therefore, we aimed to suggest hypotheses about the complex mechanisms of headaches related to HF-exposure. We crossed basic features of headaches with relevant studies (from the year 2000 up to 2018) emphasizing on the HF effects that may lead to pain genesis: neuroglial dysmetabolism, neuroinflammation, changes in cerebral blood perfusion, blood-brain barrier dysfunction and electrophysiological evidences of hyperexcitability. We privileged studies implying a sham exposure (for in vivo studies) and a specific absorption rate lower than 4 W/Kg. HF-induced headaches may involve an indirect inflammatory process (neurogenic, magnetogenic or thermogenic) as well as a direct biophysical effect (thermogenic or magnetogenic). We linked inflammatory processes to meningeal dysperfusion or primary neuroglial dysfunction triggered by non-thermal irradiation or HF-induced heating at thermal powers. In the latter case, HF-induced excitoxicity and oxidative stress probably play a crucial role. Such disorders may lead to vascular-trigeminal activation in predisposed people. Interestingly, an abnormal oxidative stress predisposition had been demonstrated in overall 80% of EHS self-reporting patients. In the case of direct effects, pain pathways’ activation may be directly triggered by HF-irradiation (heating and/or transcranial HF-induced ectopic action potentials). Further research on HF-related headaches is needed.
The video mentions the nocebo effect. The nacebo effect is the opposite of the placebo effect. If you give someone a placebo (say a sugar pill) and tell them that it will cure their ailment often it works (the power of mind over matter), similarly if you tell a patient that you are going to radiate them they might start feeling unwell even when nothing is happening. Basically this study was set up to test the effect of High Frequencies (electromagnetism) on headaches – Hypotheses supporting non-psychogenic (=not in the mind) algogenic (=causing pain) processes. You know how it goes…..you say that the “rays” caused you pain and the doctor says “its all in your mind” (lol). So, this study was set up to find out if the effect was real or imagined. Conclusion was that the pain is real and this also has implications for 5G. So maybe the idea of a ‘tinfoil hat’ for stopping the rays (migraines) is the way to go (lol).
No, that was not the video…..here is the video:
Now watch this from June 2 (today)