An article recently published by Scientific American, believe it or not, actually calls into question the safety of 5G technology, which is being rolled out all around the world without any legitimate proof that it’s actually safe.
Entitled. “We Have No Reason to Believe 5G is Safe,” the article points to research conducted by Joel M. Moskowitz from the University of California, Berkeley suggesting that cellular technology in general, including Wi-Fi and 5G, are significantly more harmful to human health than the government and telecommunication industry would have us all believe.
Moskowitz points to a recent announcement by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that it plans to reaffirm the same radio frequency radiation (RFR) exposure limits that were previously adopted back in the early 1990s – long before the introduction of not just 5G but also 4G, 3G, 2G, and even Wi-Fi itself.
In other words, the FCC is relying on decades-old “science” to declare that all forms of RFR are completely safe, which is about the most unscientific thing it could possibly do as a supposed “regulator.”
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What makes 5G unique in the sense of creating novel public health risks is that it utilizes millimeter waves for transmission. As you may recall, these are the same harmful forms of radiation that are blasted at air travelers as they’re forced to go through the naked body scanners at American airports.
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You can think of millimeter waves as microwaves, because that’s exactly what they are. In other words, 5G towers will soon be microwaving everyone who’s exposed to them just like home microwaves radiate food in order to heat it.
Not only that, but 5G towers are being placed in very close proximity to one other because this is required in order for them to work. What this means is that more people than ever before are going to be radiated by microwave towers that are closer and more densely placed than ever before, creating an unprecedented level of radioactive exposure.
5G also utilizes new technologies like beam-forming active antennas, phased arrays, massive multiple inputs and outputs (MIMOs), none of which have ever undergone any type of safety testing – and certainly no form of testing that the FCC is relying on in “reaffirming” the alleged “safety” of today’s advanced EMF matrix.
“Millimeter waves are mostly absorbed within a few millimeters of human skin and in the surface layers of the cornea,” reveals Scientific American, reiterating what Natural News has similarly warned about in the past.
“Short-term exposure can have adverse physiological effects in the peripheral nervous system, the immune system and the cardiovascular system. The research suggests that long-term exposure may pose health risks to the skin (e.g., melanoma), the eyes (e.g., ocular melanoma) and the testes (e.g., sterility).”
What’s abundantly obvious at this point is that neither the FCC nor any other government “regulator” is taking seriously these very real risks to public health. In fact, the American government is completely downplaying these risks and acting like they don’t even exist, which has ominous implications for the future of human existence.
Once 5G antennas are slapped up onto every single utility pole and building in the world, there’s nothing anyone will be able to do to reverse this radioactive onslaught. And sadly, this is precisely what’s happening before our very eyes, with little to no resistance from the public.
“… the scientific jury is already out on the harmful effects of RFR, and the FCC is flat-out derelict in its duty to put public safety above telecomm industry interests,” notes Terence Newton, writing for Waking Times.
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