Sunday, January 27, 2019

MWGIC EP-00088: The Greatest Search & Rescue Operation On Earth?

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Show Notes:

Civil Air Patrol ( National website: ):

"CAP owns the largest fleet of single-engine piston aircraft in the nation, primarily Cessna 172s and 182s, and CAP pilots are able to fly those planes to perform CAP missions in service to their local communities. CAP pilots fly reconnaissance missions for homeland security, search and rescue, disaster relief,... "


CAP has three primary missions:

  • Aerospace Education
  • Cadet Training
  • Emergency Services
And two additional secondary missions:

CAP Facts:

"The Civil Air Patrol (CAP) is a congressionally chartered, federally supported non-profit corporation that serves as the official civilian auxiliary of the United States Air Force (USAF).[3] CAP is a volunteer organization with an aviation-minded membership that includes people from all backgrounds, lifestyles, and occupations. It performs three congressionally assigned key missions: emergency services, which includes search and rescue (by air and ground) and disaster relief operations; aerospace education for youth and the general public; and cadet programs for teenage youth. In addition, CAP has recently been tasked with homeland securityand courier service missions."

"The Civil Air Patrol was conceived in the late 1930s by aviation advocate Gill Robb Wilson, who foresaw general aviation's potential to supplement America's military operations. With the help of New York Mayor Fiorello H. LaGuardia, in his capacity as then-Director of the Office of Civilian Defense, CAP was created with Administrative Order 9, signed by LaGuardia on 1 December 1941 and published 8 December 1941."

"Civil Air Patrol has five congressionally mandated missions:[16]

  1. To provide an organization to encourage and aid citizens of the United States in contributing their efforts, services, and resources in developing aviation and in maintaining air supremacy; and encourage and develop by example the voluntary contribution of private citizens to the public welfare.
  2. To provide aviation education and training especially to its senior and cadet members.
  3. To encourage and foster civil aviation in local communities.
  4. To provide an organization of private citizens with adequate facilities to assist in meeting local and national emergencies.
  5. To assist the Department of the Air Force in fulfilling its non-combat programs and missions.

The organization condenses these mandates into three core missions, which Civil Air Patrol was chartered with by Congress in 1946: aerospace education, cadet programs and emergency services.[17][18]"

I am a volunteer for CAP Composite Squadron 59.

Colored-Ink Pen Drawing By Yours Truly:


Saturday, January 19, 2019

MWGIC EP-00087: 5G Mind Control? (And More)

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Show Notes:

There are many sites around the web talking about 5G being used for mind control technology. Here are some of them:

And here is a fun and interesting rebuttal:


Friday, January 11, 2019

MWGIC EP-00086: 5G Series - So What IS 5G Anyway?

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Show Notes:

* Rollout: 2019 - 2020

* Frequency Range: 30-300 GHz (Early versions possibly 100 MHz - 6 GHz. Current WiFi uses 2 GHz - 6 GHz)

Radio Frequencies explained:

Nasa "Radio Waves" video:

Watch NASA video on YouTube:

Wavelength Video 2 Detailed explanation from Khan Academy:

Khan Academy Source Page Link:

Watch Khan Academy video on YouTube:

* Speeds: 100 Mbps to 20 Gbps

* Numerous small antennas

* 1st Phones: Samsung 1st 1/2 of 2019, Apple 2020

* 60-120 times lower latency, usually < 1 millisecond

* Peak speed ~ 20 x 4G speeds

* Faster for non-mobile connections than mobile connections

* Uses:

  • Smart cities
  • Smart grids
  • Smart home devices
  • Vehicle-to-vehicle communications
  • Traffic signal status & control
  • Wearable tech
  • "Internet Of Things" {IoT}
  • Remote connected sensors such as air quality, weather, pressure, open parking spaces, & way more.
  • "Tele-medicine" applications

* Security concerns because of how many devices will be networked and super-fast speeds at which cyber-attacks will be able to propagate.


• ITU ( ) Standards -15 & -16 will represent Phase I & Phase II rollouts of 5G standards. -15 (Phase I) is due to be finalized in April of 2019. -16 (Phase II) is due for finalization in April of 2020.

• I have not as-yet been able to locate specification standard transmitter power levels for 5G RF transmitters. I suspect that's because the ITU standards are not finalized yet.

• It would appear that mobile carriers are labeling their own proprietary technologies as "5G" in some cases, but that these early "5G" are not necessarily going to be representing "standardized" 5G network technologies. This sounds like a nightmare for governmental regulating entities to monitor and control. AT&T has in the past couple of days (as of 01/08/2019) been a notorious example, simply rolling out a software update to existing 4G phones that changes the network icon to show as 5G-E with NO change in the abilities of their phones or their networks.
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• IEEE "Everything You Need To Know About 5G"

Non-5G references:

How to enable Dark Mode for Google Chrome (And Firefox) on desktop/laptop PC's:

New History Channel show - "Project Blue Book":
New "Roswell, New Mexico" reboot TV series:

The Verge "Longform" does an in-depth article on the long and agonizing death of California's Salton Sea - and the traumatic health impacts it is causing to nearby communities:

Repeated radio signals emanating from a galaxy 1.5 billion light-years from Earth:


Saturday, January 5, 2019

MWGIC EP-00085: 5G Fears - Are They True?

MWGIC EP-00085: 5G Fears - Are They True? Inspired by a Facebook post from a prior co-worker and friend of mine, MWGIC will begin a series of episodes looking into what 5G is, what the fears about 5G are, and then digging deeper into each aspect of the subject. This episode lays the foundation for the series.

Watch video on YouTube:

Show Notes:


What 5G Is:

Claims About 5G RF Emissions:

As you can see, there are some pretty wild claims out there. This episode will set the stage for a series of investigative episodes on these topics. 

This series was inspired by a Facebook post relayed by one of my prior co-workers, Scott P. Scott was asking what I thought about the subject.

Since the subject is relatively deep, I felt it was worth a series of episodes.