By now everybody’s heard about the health concerns surrounding the proliferation of 5G. For some reason, these concerns are often labeled as conspiracy theory.
By now everybody’s heard about the health concerns surrounding the proliferation of 5G. For some reason, these concerns are often labeled as conspiracy theory. No doubt, there are some very conspiracy-oriented theories out there on this topic. On the other hand, there are a lot of people who simply dismiss the idea that there’s anything at all to be concerned about, which is equally silly.
We’ve aggregated a few resources for those of you who want to know more. We’ll also take a brief moment to summarize some of it. Mainly, we’ll point out a few key aspects of the concerns around 5G, to demonstrate that you don’t need to believe in a depopulation agenda to be concerned about the health effects.
What are the concerns?
The New Hampshire Final Report (linked below) covers this pretty well. There are, in fact, guidelines in place already about how much RF radiation the population should be exposed to. These were apparently established in 1996. The fact that guidelines exist at all indicates that there are likely some risks. After all, radio waves are the same ones that cook meat in a microwave, cause skin cancer, and make X-ray machines possible (the ones where the technicians leave the room during operation because the radiation is dangerous).
4G and 5G are just different frequencies on the same spectrum as these other waves. Indeed, 4G towers actually have fences around them, and are placed in fairly remote places out of the way of human activity. 5G, on the other hand, has a limited range by comparison. It will require emitters everywhere, including in public places and rights-of-way. This puts the pubic much closer to emitters and in much greater volume.
Image is taken from the New Hampshire Final Report
The point is, health concerns about cell phone radiation are nothing new.
The counter-argument, of course, is that extensive studies have been done on the health risks of cell phone radiation. According to official sources like the FDA and the American Cancer Society, these studies are adequate to demonstrate that the current guidelines are safe. For this side of the argument, you can see this page on the FDA website, where they’ve aggregated scientific literature on the subject, as well as this on the American Cancer Society website.
The New Hampshire Final Report can be found here Its 390 pages, but most of it is just resources organized by appendice. It also contains a Minority Report that offers some alternative perspective to the viewpoints expressed in the general report.
For more perspective, you can browse this report by the Health Council of the Netherlands.
Finally, there’s this report by the European Commission’s Scientific Community on Health, Environmental and Emerging Risks.
EMF News and EH Trust are both sources covering the 5G drama around the world. Their stance seems to be strongly anti-5G, so bear that in mind:
To further demonstrate that official sources are demonstrating concerns, you can see all of these reports regarding local municipalities and government across the country and the world that are taking action to halt 5G until further research is done:
OR SB 283
Louisiana HR 145
European Commission’s Scientific Community on Health, Environmental and Emerging Risks report on 5G health concerns:
An article alleging health problems in Switzerland:
And another one:
Do we really need 5G?
We want to make it clear that we do not endorse any of the opinions above, nor are we experts on 5G.However, we would like to take this opportunity to point out that there is a superpowered broadband technology that blows 5G out of the water in basically every aspect.
Fiber optics offers data speeds that even the fastest 5G won’t reach. It also offers “symmetrical” connections, meaning that you can upload at the same speed as you download. That means that you could be uploading at speeds that 5G can’t even sniff for downloads. The connection will be infinitely more reliable than any mobile network, and it’s proven to be safe. There’s zero radiation. Besides, if you’re waiting on 5G, you could be waiting for a long, long time.
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