The dangers of 5G pollution cannot be overstated

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(Natural News) As the new fifth-generation (5G) wireless technology rolls out around the world, it is important to keep in mind that its widespread use does not mean that it is safe. In fact, many studies have shown quite the opposite, prompting moratoriums and bans in some areas.

Here is a closer look at some of the biggest dangers posed by 5G technology.

1.    Your body can absorb it like an antenna.

Perhaps one of the most disturbing things about 5G is the fact that its frequencies can affect your sweat ducts, which essentially serve as antennas. According to scientist Dr. Paul Ben-Ishai, 5G frequencies hit the body with wavelengths that interact with the geometrical structure of skin, with the sweat duct playing an important role in absorbing the energy. That alone should be enough to prompt a much closer look at the safety of this technology before it is rolled out everywhere.

2.    It may cause cancer.

The millimeter wave frequencies used by 5G have been shown to cause mitochondrial DNA damage, which can be passed down for generations. And when something is dangerous and powerful enough to lead to DNA damage, there is a good chance that it can also cause cancer. Unfortunately, in the rush to get 5G out to the masses, there has not been enough time to conduct proper long-term safety tests. However, we do have a lot of evidence showing that 2G, 3G and 4G can cause many types of cancer, including brain cancer.

3.   It may replicate inside the body.

Long before 5G technology was inexplicably approved, RF researcher Arthur Firstenberg published an analysis showing how 5G can actually replicate inside the body thanks to its short EM pulses that are delivered in bursts. This means it can actually end up creating tiny new 5G antennas inside the body. 5G penetration therefore poses a very serious danger.


4.    Insurance companies want nothing to do with it.

Big-name insurance companies such as Lloyds of London have made headlines for refusing to insure telecommunications firms against illnesses and claims related to Wi-Fi and 5G. In fact, a report written by the risk assessment team of Lloyds of London compares wireless technologies to asbestos in the sense that early research on asbestos was considered inconclusive but it later became clear that it can indeed cause cancer. This report was published nearly a decade ago, and even then, their risk assessment team had the foresight to anticipate that new evidence could emerge showing that Wi-Fi frequencies can cause illnesses like cancer.

5.    It has already made some people sick.

A group of firefighters in San Francisco said that they started to experience unusual side effects after the installation of 5G equipment in and around their fire houses. Some of the symptoms included confusion and memory problems, and they went away after the firefighters relocated to different fire stations that are situated away from 5G devices.

6.    It is harming animals.

In addition, hundreds of birds actually fell out of the sky in the Netherlands while a 5G test was being carried out in the Hague. Many of them died suddenly at once, falling down into a public park directly across the street from where the new 5G mast had just been installed. Area ducks also started to act strangely. Meanwhile, insects who are exposed to 5G have seen their body temperature increase, something that does not happen to them upon exposure to 4G or Wi-Fi.

The bottom line is that the dangers of 5G pollution cannot be overstated. It’s bad for animals, it’s bad for people, and it’s especially bad for young children, whose small body sizes and developing brains make them particularly vulnerable. There are many signs that the long-term effects of all this 5G exposure could be absolutely devastating.

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