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  • 9. mai 2020

  • Be one of the first 500 people to sign up with this link and get 20% off your subscription with! New streaming platform: Vlog channel: Patreon: Facebook: Instagram: Reddit: Twitter: Discord: Get your Real Engineering shirts at: Credits: Writer/Narrator: Brian McManus Editor: Dylan Hennessy Animator: Mike Ridolfi ( Sound: Graham Haerther ( Thumbnail: Simon Buckmaster References: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] Thank you to AP Archive for access to their archival footage. Music by Epidemic Sound: Songs: Thank you to my patreon supporters: Adam Flohr, Henning Basma, Hank Green, William Leu, Tristan Edwards, Ian Dundore, John & Becki Johnston. Nevin Spoljaric, Jason Clark, Thomas Barth, Johnny MacDonald, Stephen Foland, Alfred Holzheu, Abdulrahman Abdulaziz Binghaith, Brent Higgins, Dexter Appleberry, Alex Pavek, Marko Hirsch, Mikkel Johansen, Hibiyi Mori. Viktor Józsa, Ron Hochsprung


  • Real Engineering
    Real Engineering For 1 md. siden

    Yes, the title is intended to draw in the conspiracy theorists. Clickbait for the greater good. While you are here, Real Science just released a fantastic video on the challenges surrounding Covid-19 testing. It taught me a lot about how viral tests work and why we are struggling to keep up:

  • Kristoffer Johnsen
    Kristoffer Johnsen For 1 md. siden

    Fun fact: When street lamps were introduced, people opposed them because they thought they would cause madness.

  • justinblin
    justinblin For 21 timer siden

    5g towers can be extremely deadly to humans. If it falls on your head, you will probably die.

  • 林
     For 1 md. siden

    Everybody gangsta till 6g launches

  • Shivarajs sonnad
    Shivarajs sonnad For 2 dager siden

    If waves have energy then we can create a wireless charger .making the tower is the source and all mobiles connecting to that tower they can charge sir aa?

  • Scott Estrada
    Scott Estrada For 1 md. siden

    I remember reading about concerns with 5G interfering with weather forecasting. How founded are these concerns? I'm certainly no meteorologist, so I'd want to hear more about that.

  • LP Pokefan
    LP Pokefan For 1 md. siden

    Lets grab some popcorn for the comments incoming.

  • Trapper Ewing
    Trapper Ewing For 4 dager siden

    Love it! X tower climber though I was never taught the brains of thy storm...🤯

  • Arif Faisal
    Arif Faisal For 1 md. siden

    As much as i want 5g to be consumer ready as soon as possible, i still want a complete LTE coverage first before delving into the world pf insane data transfer speed, though i assune the complete coverage wont be as far as it seems as Starlink is coming soon

  • Luke Osborn
    Luke Osborn For 2 uker siden

    @RealEngineering that was very informative! I know it was already a lot of information but I wish you could have squeezed in information about QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation) just because of how cool it is to break up a wave into pieces to represent information

  • Jacob Curliss
    Jacob Curliss For 1 md. siden

    I wish I had the sense to understand how this all works, it's simply as good as magic as he says.

  • Putin did nothing wrong.
    Putin did nothing wrong. For 1 md. siden

    “Its the golden age of information, and the golden age of ignorance, intelligence and blatant stupidity go hand in hand”

  • Big Mo
    Big Mo For 2 dager siden

    ALERT: Beam forming also means more accurate location tracking. Great for self driving cars - but BAD for individual privacy

  • James Cole
    James Cole For 1 md. siden

    i love how scientists are labeled insane...look at the definition of insanity...thats the last way a scientist shows to a knowledgable person who you are

  • Martin Jewell
    Martin Jewell For 1 md. siden

    Disable the safety on your microwave door and leave it running 24/7 then come back and tell us your findings Lizard man.

  • Hm Grraarrpffrzz
    Hm Grraarrpffrzz For 1 md. siden

    In Germany, they had in a village announced that they'd put up new radio towers. They put up the towers but didn't switch them on for a while. Even while the towers were switched off, "electro-sensitive" people already complained and called to have them tore down because of the horrible effects they experienced.

  • Me DotOrg
    Me DotOrg For 1 md. siden

    As a lizard person, I am offended by the suggestion that we are somehow responsible for 5g. Lizard People are responsible for LG.

  • Charles R
    Charles R For 1 md. siden (redigert)

    Thanks for the informative video. As someone with a healthy skepticism about all the 5G doom-saying, I would nonetheless like to hear more about the effects of these frequencies on biological systems. It's true that these are low energy signals, but I wouldn't think that the EM energy would be the main concern. Biological systems may exhibit resonance at various low-energy frequencies. Infrared, for example, can be used to cause covalent bonds to bend and rotate even though they are lower frequency than visible light--a fact which makes FTIR spectroscopy an extremely useful tool in the organic chemistry laboratory. I did a quick search and found an article on PubMed summarizing various research efforts investigating the effects of EM signal frequencies on biological systems:

  • gnote
    gnote For 1 dag siden

    5G is used by the US armed forces to disperse crowds, it causes some if the same effects as the Covid19. It's basically microwave targeting. It also needs for people to be 6 ft apart so they can target you, phone. This joker is paid to say it's just fine, and anyone who questions is crazy.

  • William Merrow
    William Merrow For 4 dager siden

    I'm sure it has no effects on melatonin production..