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News Story Source: Natural News – Cassie B
Making matters even worse, some companies are working on massive drones that beam 5G down onto the population, making exposure essentially inevitable.
The HAWK30 program made waves last year when it announced its intention to use the Hawaiian island of Lanai to serve as the launchpad for a series of unmanned drones known as HAPS, or High-Altitude Platform Stations. These drones are capable of flying at up 80,000 feet while carrying wireless communication relays and sending 5G signals out into the air, land and sea.
The goal, as outlined in their Use Determination Application, was to develop airborne overhead 5G communication systems to offer strong wireless service across a wide swath of Earth, including remote lands, the ocean and in deep valleys.
This project has been given a certificate of authorization from the Federal Aviation Administration that will allow the drones to fly for up to two years across an airspace spanning 150 square miles over the beautiful islands of Lan
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