Comcast customer service is so legendarily bad that hyperbole has become pretty much impossible. But why? If this entire massive corporation hates their own customers so much, why bother providing Internet service at all instead of, say, a cable that delivers an endless stream of spiders straight into our homes? Well, we decided to track down three members of Comcast’s customer service strike force, and discovered that this phenomenon is far more complicated and far stranger than we thought…

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Resonance - Beings of Frequency

This is the best documentary I have seen yet on the subject of EMF and what it means to life on Earth.  The film is very watchable and well made, and goes into the science of electromagnetic frequencies and why wireless technologies are incompatible with the human body and cause so many health problems, including cancer.  The Schumann resonance of 7.83 Hz is the frequency at which the human body vibrates and, by no coincidence, is also the natural vibrational frequency of the Earth.  The intense electromagnetic smog created by wireless technology of all types, cell towers, and smart meters, completely interferes with this natural vibration. 

It is my contention that this is by design, rather than by accident, in order to keep the human race from ascending to higher states of awareness.  I have seen a direct connection between wireless technology and the inhibition of my energy work and work with orgone.  Whether or not it is an accident or on purpose, the results are the same.  Increased incidences of cancer around cell phone towers and a myriad of new health disorders under the umbrella of electro-hypersensitivity.  Even those who are not hypersensitive are still having their DNA strands ripped apart and their cellular structures damaged by this invisible pollution, which one day will be regarded the same way we look at cigarette smoke, asbestos, and nuclear radiation.  EMF is responsible for harm to animals as well.  It has now been linked to bee colony collapse and has effected migration of birds.  You know what it means when the bees start dying… we’re next.

Also no coincidence is the skewed science, with studies funded by telecommunications companies.  Remember folks, “smoking is good for you!.”  The tobacco companies actually had people convinced of this long ago, and the cell phone and internet providers also have you convinced that cell phones and wireless internet are perfectly safe, and so convenient!

I wonder how this film would have been different if the filmmaker and scientists knew about orgone energy, or scalar energy’s ability to restructure EMF and make it safer.  I would like to see more scientists studying this.  Electrical engineer, Ken Rohla, explains this idea very well.

Argentina launches its first telecom satellite

Moscow (RIA Novosti) Oct 21, 2014
Argentina has successfully launched its first domestically designed and developed geostationary communications satellite Thursday, USA Today reported. “ARSAT-1 is on its way to space. What a thrill,” Argentina’s President Cristina Kirchner wrote on her Twitter account. The satellite will occupy the 81 West orbital slot, 36,000 km away from earth. ARSAT-1 is the first satellite
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Comparativa de opciones de internet en DF (mid 2015)

Comparativa de opciones de internet en DF (mid 2015)

Hace un par de años el gobierno permitió que nuevas compañías entraran el a competencia de telecomunicaciones haciendo que el mercado de los ISPs se pusiera interesante. He tenido la suerte de poder probar por una u otra razón a casi todas las nuevas compañías, voy a darles mi experiencia con cada una y espero les ayude a escoger una si están buscando. AXTEL Los planes de internet de Axtel son…

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Data roaming charges to end in EU within two years - BBC

The ban will be preceded by a 14-month interim period, in which companies can still add surcharges – but at a reduced rate.

A deal, reached on Tuesday, also sets out rules requiring telecom operators to treat most internet traffic equally.

But the net neutrality rules will allow firms to favour some services, such as internet TVs.

From April 2016, telecoms operators will be able to add a surcharge of no more than:

  • €0.05 (3.5p) extra per minute for calls
  • €0.02 extra per SMS sent
  • €0.05 extra per megabyte of data used

The cap would make roaming within the EU 75% cheaper during the interim period, the European Commission said.

The agreement is the culmination of years of campaigning to cut roaming charges and to define the EU nations’ approach to regulating internet traffic – particularly in light of the US adoption of net-neutrality rules.

It largely follows proposals put forward in March this year, which analysts said were a weaker version of what European regulators had originally promised.

But it will enshrine the principle of net neutrality, which stops internet service providers (ISPs) favouring some internet traffic, in European law for the first time.

However, as mooted in March, there will be exceptions to those rules.

ISPs will be able to favour services that require high-quality internet connections, such as internet TVs, as long as they do not impinge on the overall quality of internet traffic.

The commission said they would also be able to throttle traffic if it was in the public interest to do so.

For example, to combat the proliferation of images of child sexual abuse or a terrorist attack.


The agreement will be presented to the EU’s member states between July and December this year for formal adoption.

The Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE) – the fourth largest grouping of MEPs in the European Parliament – has previously criticised regulators for trying to water down plans to end data roaming.

But it welcomed Tuesday’s announcement.

The president of the ALDE group, Guy Verhofstadt, said the “great roaming rip-off” was to be brought to an end.

The group blamed the delay in successfully negotiating the deal on member states, which have been accused of seeking to protect their national operators in the past.

But Marietje Schaake MEP, another member of the group, renewed the attack on the net-neutrality deal, saying: “The compromise reached now is a watered-down version of the strong ambitions of the European Parliament.”

Renata Avila, global campaign manager at the World Wide Web Foundation added: “Despite claiming to protect net neutrality, the deal agreed by the Commission, Parliament and Council has decided to allow ‘specialised services’, but has then failed to define what is meant by this, leaving the door open for a two-tier internet… specialised services should be tightly defined and seen as the exception, not the rule.”

However, Gunther Oettinger, the commissioner for the digital economy and society, defended the net-neutrality proposals as a “pragmatic” approach.

Source: BBC


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