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Jean Broida

Jean Broida is a freelance writer with hundreds of published health articles. She also covers politics, climate, technology, finance, conspiracies, and paranormal topics. Jean is a popular guest on taboo-topic radio shows such as “Midnight in the Desert” and a regular news commentator on the Paralogian Report on Paraversal Universe Radio. Jean’s first book, UNKNOWN OBJECTS: The Top Ten U.S. UFO Cases, is available on Amazon where reader feedback is always appreciated. For a fast-paced and forward thinking presentation to your group, contact Jean@LightWork111.com.

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    terrykimsey63@gmail.com

    What makes 5G more dangerous than visible light? Although the frequencies are much higher than most man-made radiation that we are currently exposed to, such as cell phones, wi-fi, and cordless phones, the frequencies of visible light are even higher, and still well below the threshold of non-ionizing radiation, which we’ve been told in the past, is the only radiation we have to worry about.

    I know visible light can definitely play a role in our health, because without it our bodies can’t produce Vitamin D, and lack of exposure to it results in Seasonal Affected Disorder, or SAD. After many years of telling people to stay out of the sun, or apply sunscreen, which resulted in massive deficiencies of Vitamin D across the general population, health officials now are recommending that we spend at least 20 minutes a day, with especially the long bones of the arms and legs exposed, without sunscreen, to sunlight.

    Taking this into account, is it possible that radiation doesn’t have to penetrate the flesh to the level of internal organs, to make drastic changes to our health? Since the skin is the largest organ of the human body, is it possible that only penetrating the top layers is enough?

    I have an idea, why don’t all the CEOs and upper level management of the telecom industry, live with their families, in a 5G equipped house and neighborhood, for five years, to prove 5Gs safety and promote confidence in 5G to the general public?

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