Why You Shouldn’t Trust the Majority

The minority opinion is often right for a reason

6 min readMay 19, 2024
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The only one in the neighborhood

I had driven through this neighborhood many times, but one day I noticed something different. One home had a small sign in their yard, professing, “No 5G.”

This got my attention because I had been hearing how amazing 5G was; how fast and powerful the connectivity was for our wireless devices.

No one was questioning it or challenging it. No one was saying this might not be a good thing. Except for this one lone house in a small beach town.

I didn’t think much of it at first, but filed it in the back of my mind. If it became relevant to me, I’d look into it.

The same day I upgraded my iPhone and got on a 5G network, a friend sent a video that shook me up. Apparently, the Telecom industry doesn’t want us to know what is really going on.

The video was addressing some very legit concerns about 5G — the kind of thing that no one was talking about.

Censorship for monetary gain will have that effect.

I remembered that house with the No 5G sign. And I began wondering what they knew that I didn’t.

Here’s what the majority…