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Preparing For The Future Of 5G

Preparing For The Future Of 5G

Since the first cellular phone was released to the public in 1984, wireless networks have, for the most part, operated on the same radio-frequency bands of electromagnetic waves. As the world of technology advances and more and more people demand additional data, cellular providers are expanding into higher frequencies of millimeter waves. These current technological advances have become a source of electromagnetic pollution, causing numerous questions to arise regarding the effects on human health and nature with the upcoming rollout of 5G technology. 

Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs) affect various elements of the environment and 5G technology is up to 40 times stronger than our current 4G technology. The rapid advancement of 5G is occurring, without thorough testing to fully analyze its potential hazards. As a result, many scientists, activists, and communities are questioning its safety. In many cases, this pollution is much stronger than any natural source of electromagnetic field or radiation, and even low levels of EMFs have been classified as potentially carcinogenic.

Numerous recent scientific publications have shown that EMFs affect all living organisms. These effects include increased risk of cancer, genetic damages, structural changes in cells, neurological disorders, changes to the reproductive system, and an overall reduction in well-being. As we already know, everything is connected, therefore humankind is not the only species being affected. Animal and plant life have also been shown to have structural damage from EMFs. It is essential to appropriately determine the nature and related side effects of electromagnetic pollution and its impact on living organisms before it is released on a global scale.

5G technology operates using millimeter waves on frequencies from 30 to 300 gigahertz, which is 10 to 100 times stronger than the radio waves 4G and Wi-Fi networks use today. Radio wavelengths are ordered by centimeters whereas millimeter waves are configured in millimeters. They’re called millimeters because their wavelengths vary between 1 and 10 millimeters, whereas radio waves are measured by centimeters.

The higher frequency of millimeter waves may create for enhanced technology, however, they also require many closely spaced base stations, called small cells. One potential issue is millimeter waves are easily absorbed by foliage and buildings. Does that mean these millimeter waves are also easily absorbed into the human body? The answer is, we simply don’t know. Without proper research, only time will tell. 

One thing is for sure, we simply do not have all of the facts concerning 5G technology. However, we do know this technology drastically increases the intensity of electromagnetic pollution, and will ultimately affect us and our entire planet on some level. We are in the midst of the largest unethical medical experiment in human history. Since we do not know the full extent of health effects that will result from 5G, it becomes an unethical medical experiment because it violates informed consent requirements. Citizens of the world can speak up, unify, and demand a halt to 5G advancement until sufficient, non-biased research has been thoroughly completed. All life on our planet depends upon it.

Choose to be an Ambassador for Change! Take action by letting your elected officials know your concerns with 5G technology, sign campaign petitions, and share this information with others in your community. Go to to join the global initiative against 5G.

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