The 5th generation of wireless technology is almost upon on and “users will know it as one of the fastest, most robust technologies the world has ever seen. That means quicker downloads, a more powerful network and a massive impact on how we live, work and play”, Verizon.
Essentially 5G is just like 4G. You’ll still send text messages, make phone calls, browse the internet, and stream videos. Pretty much you’ll be able to do anything you do now on your phone, it will just be improved: websites will load faster, videos that auto-started before will load even quicker, online multiplayer games will stop lagging, and you’ll see a smooth and more realistic video when using Skype or FaceTime. Many users and cell phone companies (and companies focused on the IoT, or Internet of Things) are excited and look forward to upgrading the world.
But excitement isn’t the only thing in the “air.” Some experts have expressed great concern about 5G’s new radio frequencies (radiofrequency radiation) and its negative impact on human and animal health.
What is 5G?
To understand what 5G “really” is, it’s important to understand the details how wireless technology works. (Like how your cell phone connects to Wi-Fi)
Radio frequency, or RF, is composed of waves and pulses of electronic rays. RF exposure from wireless tools like cell phones, cell phone towers, GPS devices, smart meters (electricity meters), and portable wireless devices, like tablets and laptop computers, are all around us, and are something we usually never think about, until now.
(Time to put your science and technology thinking caps on)
Electric and magnetic fields are caused by electromagnetic radiation and are invisible areas of energy produced by electricity, which is the movement of electrons, or currents, through a wire called electromagnetic fields, or EMFs.
5G, also referred to as millimeter waves, a shorter wavelength than 4G, promises to pump out at lightning speed. 4G networks use frequencies below 6 GHz, but 5G will use extremely high frequencies in the 30 GHz to 300 GHz range. In a nutshell, lower frequency bands cover much greater distances but offer slower data speeds, while high-frequency bands, like 5G cover much smaller areas but can carry much more data.
5G frequencies will be easily absorbed by its surroundings because of the very short wavelength and promise to increase the data bandwidth available over smaller, densely populated areas. If the millimeter waves are easily absorbed by anything blocking them (like people), then how will we get better service?
The plan is to attach small box like antennas every 500 to 800 feet where wireless technology is needed (essentially everywhere around you within sight distance). After full-scale implementation, there will be 5G antennas every 10 to 12 houses in urban areas making it difficult to shield our bodies from the millimeter waves.
5G was tested at a fire station in San Francisco, and several firefighters reported suffering from multiple adverse effects from exposure. Memory problems and confusion were some of the top health issues — and the first responders said their symptoms didn’t go away until they transferred to new firehouses. Headaches, nosebleeds, insomnia, miscarriages, and cancer are some other suspected harmful effects of 5G radiation exposure.
According to an article by Collective Evolution UN Staff Member & Whistleblower: “5G Is A Global Health Catastrophe”, (regarding the implementation of 5G in certain parts of Vienna) “People and their children are already reporting the classic symptoms of EMR poisoning: nosebleeds, headaches, eye pains, chest pains, nausea, fatigue, vomiting, tinnitus, dizziness, flu-like symptoms, and cardiac pain. They also report a tight band around the head; pressure on the top of the head; short, stabbing pains around the body; and buzzing internal organs. Other biological effects such as tumors and dementia usually take longer to manifest, but in the case of 5G, which has never been tested for health or safety, who knows?”
If phone providers implement the current plan, the antennas will be installed at every elementary, middle and high school, college campuses, every street corner, at the beach and inner-city buildings, on poles and maybe trees if it’s a rural area. Keep in mind that installations likely won’t be a single antenna box, yet there will be multiple or more installed in one dense area, consequently, massively increasing mandatory exposure to every human on the earth.
Because of the way 5G millimeter waves work, some claim we will be poisoning our bodies and our children’s bodies with high frequencies, causing possible massive illnesses around the world. 5G studies concluded it to be harmful to humans and the environment.
If they have to install antennas every 500 feet, where are all the frequencies going? How are they being absorbed? Who and what is absorbing it? And what will it do to our bodies, brains and our children over time?
Anything standing in the way of millimeter waves will be at risk for mandatory exposure and possible serious health side effects.
To learn more about how to shield your body from cell phone and laptop RF radiation, check out Shield Your Body here. https://www.shieldyourbody.com/about/