Ever wondered why agriculture is slammed by governments while private jets, mega-yachts and space rockets are never mentioned?

Or why no-one demonises big emitters like the pharmaceutical industry, or the US military, whose emissions dwarf those of entire nations like Denmark and Portugal?

It’s called ‘Double Standards’ and the Green agenda is littered with them.

Take, for example, ‘Smart Oceans’ and the ‘Internet of Underwater Things” (IoUT).

For two decades, governments, NGOs, researchers, big tech, climate scientists and the military have been building a vast underwater ‘smart grid’, made up of subsea sensor networks, sonar wi-fi, GPS, Li-Fi, lasers, acoustic modems, remotely charged underwater drones and magnetic induction – aimed at strip-mining data from the world’s oceans.

Huge grid installations, resembling HAARP arrays, are positioned on the ocean floor transmitting horizontally and vertically to satellites which communicate with computer monitoring systems all over the world.

These new underwater modems are producing frequencies as powerful as 202 decibels, equivalent to 139 decibels on land. For comparison, noise levels above 85 decibels are regarded as harmful to humans while heavy rock concerts are around 120 decibels.

All done in the name of climate change, sea-level monitoring, pollution control, water treatment, species tracking, weather surveillance, wave science, coral reef harvesting, tectonic plate monitoring, navigation, rare earth mining and military communications.

This year’s Oceanology International Conference featured hundreds of thousands of tiny autonomous underwater drones working together like a Hive to carry out underwater surveillance activity.

The goal is to flood every corner of the world’s oceans with multiple configurations of sonar-delivered data and 5G enabled devices engaged in non-stop surveillance activities.

According to Dr Hyun-Cheol Song of Korea’s Electronic Materials Research Centre, who spoke at last year’s COP26:

“There is no-one counting the devastating impacts that will take place once the smart ocean is fully installed and operating.”

“Marine organisms are highly electrosensitive” she said.

“They use naturally occurring magnetic fields to navigate, orientate and sense prey, mates and predators”.  Magnetising their environment with 5G, wi-fi and sonar is clearly going to have an enormously destructive impact on them.

Then there are the studies showing how extremely low frequency and low intensity magnetic fields have adverse impacts on the water itself.

In particular low intensity magnetic fields were found to significantly reduce the oxygen and co2 levels in the water to “below the limit required to satisfy the needs of successful fish production as per ANZECC 2000”.

Could this be what’s really behind the problem of ‘oxygen depletion’ in our oceans?

Who knows?

UNESCO, WEF, WWF, Greenpeace and Sea Shepherd are all silent on the issue.

Like I said, double standards…

The effect of electromagnetic field on water and fish Clarias Garpienus, Zagazig, Egypt

SMART Subsea Cables for Observing the Ocean and Earth


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