5G Tech is a modern scourge that exposes humans and the environment to “untried, untested frequencies”


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(Natural News) Many people assume that the government is looking out for us. They believe that the food we eat, the water we drink, the medicine we take and the air we breathe must all be safe, or some governmental agency would have done something about it.

Unfortunately, nothing could be further from the truth, and one of the most glaring examples of the government looking the other way while people are exposed to danger can be seen with the 5G rollout we are currently being subjected to. While telecoms hype up the wireless technology’s lightning speed and talk about how it will revolutionize the way the world does business, they are leaving out a very important part of the 5G story: It’s a modern scourge that is exposing us and our planet to “untried, untested frequencies.”

Proponents claim there aren’t any long-term studies showing that 5G causes harm – and that’s true, but only because the technology hasn’t been around long enough for anyone to carry out any useful long-term studies. But we do know that its predecessors, which have been around for longer, are pretty dangerous. Even the most recent iteration, 4G, has already been linked to a higher risk of cancer, cognitive problems, skin disorders, gastrointestinal problems and infertility in the relatively short time it has been in use. It stands to reason that 5G, which is significantly stronger and faster, may have even worse effects on us.

All signs point to serious effects on human health

5G requires new spectrum bands to be unlocked in even higher frequency ranges than 4G. It uses submillimeter and millimeter waves and extremely high frequency ranges, exposing us to unknown risks that could be devastating to human health.

In fact, it’s already looking pretty dire. A study from Hebrew University of Jerusalem carried out by a team of physicians and physicists found something unexpected and deeply worrying when evaluating the way 5G radiation is absorbed by human skin. Optical coherence tomography showed that our bodies’ sweat ducts actually serve as “helical antennas” that capture 5G radiation and then concentrate and amplify it.

Scientists already knew that the EMF radiation emitted by 5G is capable of penetrating our skin as much as 1/64 of an inch. 5G radiation also penetrates human skin more aggressively than any radiation that is currently given off by electronics devices. Exposure can influence our perspiration, blood pressure and pulse rate. It can also impact our DNA, chromosomes and genes, causing problems at the cellular level. It can even lead to burning sensations on the skin.

Given its negative effects and its ease of distribution, is it any surprise that 5G-type technology has already been used by some militaries around the world as a form of non-lethal crowd control? An article in Principia Scientific International explained how 5G wavelengths – aptly described in the article as “weapons” – are used to penetrate the top layer of people’s skin and lead to a sensation of heat that sends people fleeing. The sensation was described by the U.S. Department of Defense as “brief, but compelling.” In some people, the sensation is extremely painful. Why are we now unleashing this on the masses in the name of quicker video downloads?

This technology is so worrying that more than 300,000 doctors, scientists and engineers have signed an International Appeal to Stop 5G On Earth and In Space calling urgently for 5G deployment to be halted out of concerns for human and environmental safety. The appeal calls the 5G rollout “an experiment on humanity and the environment that is defined as a crime under international law.”

Sources for this article include:

NaturalHealth365.com

5GSpaceAppeal.org


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