There are several websites that scoff at the effects of 5G on our health – many claiming that there is no reason to panic and that 5G carries no health risks. I’m no scientist but even I don’t trust it. I can’t imagine living and operating technology that runs on such a powerful network, with 5G towers going up everywhere not feel the effects of electromagnetic radiation. And what raises my suspicions even more is that many social media sites shut down or banned any talk of 5G. Why? If it’s not dangerous, why silence people on the topic?
What is 5G?
Simply put, 5G is the fifth generation mobile network – a new global wireless standard after 1G, 2G, 3G and 4G. It is a new type of network that is designed to connect virtually everyone together including, machines, objects and devices.
Does 5G have effects on the health of humans?
There seems to be somewhat of a debate about this, with some claiming that there is no health risks while 180 scientists from over 36 countries made an appeal to the European union, warning about the dangers of 5G on human health. But I’m going to let you decide which side of the debate you’re on.
Dr L. Hardell, a Professor of Oncology at Obrero University in Sweden who was one of the initiators of the appeal to the EU. He had this to say: “The telecom industry is trying to roll out technology that may have very real, unintended harmful consequences. Scientific studies, both recently and over many years, have identified harmful effects on health when testing wireless products under realistic conditions. We are very concerned that the increase in radiation exposure by 5G leads to damage that cannot be reversed”.
Hardell: “The fifth generation (5G) of radio frequency radiation is now being developed. This is done without dosimetric determination or study of the possible health effects. The media praise in particular all the possibilities that this technology promises to offer, such as the self-propelled car and Internet of Things (IoT). The consequences for the health of humans, plants and animals are not discussed at all. Politicians, governments and the media are responsible for unbalanced information. Ordinary people are not informed of conflicting opinions about this technological development. Health effects from radio frequency radiation are a non issue in the media, at least in Sweden, but also in most other countries”.
A further report by Martin L. Pall, PhD: Great Risk for EU, US and International Health. Compelling evidence for eight distinct types of great harm caused by Electromagnetic field (EMF) exposure and the mechanisms that causes them Source: jrseco.com