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Lost Arts Radio Show #245 - Special Guest Mark Steele

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(Part 2) Earlier this month we had a visit from microwave weapons systems expert Mark Steele (, who explained what 5G is really about. Mark took us through what 5G will do and will not do, and what it's actual purpose is. Essentially he showed us that it is a weapons system, and how it would be used for surveillance, and its main purpose, causing harm to the population, including massive numbers of deaths. Mark doesn't say these things lightly, he has a background in designing weapons systems and microwave technology devices. He is using his unusual knowledge base to make a positive contribution to the future of life on Earth, helping us to understand that this particular type of technological innovation should be scrapped, definitely not deployed against us.

But Mark's fascinating "mini-class" left us with a lot of unanswered questions. An example was that he explained 5G operates in both sub-gigahertz and millimeter wave ranges. I'm not aware of anyone else who has talked about this at all. We have been told that the 5G system is operating strictly with millimeter waves, which don't penetrate barriers well, and so the transmitters have to be placed close together, in huge numbers all over the world. So how can a person with an EMF meter tell whether sub-gigahertz radiation is coming from 5G or from earlier wireless systems? What is the reason that the "small cell" transmitters to be placed everywhere seem to be accompanied by power supplies far in excess of what they actually need to operate? How are LED lights tied into the whole 5G system, and why does Mark consider them dangerous to life? The list of questions left unanswered from the last show with Mark is long.

So it became clear to me that Mark needed to come back, and soon, for continuity with his last presentation.