Our modern technology usually comes with unforeseen dangers. Sometimes those dangers are known but simply ignored. Simply put our society demands convenience and we don’t pay any attention to the ramifications of those demands. I have heard for years that there is a danger of radiation from cell phones, but we keep plowing forward into a area that has exhibited probable problems.
There are so many articles that have been written on this and there have been so many studies done on this subject that we ignore because the convenience of the technology has made us more efficient and profitable. On this site you will find articles of Child cancer, Buying and EMF Safe Property, wifi appliances and the effects of computers, monitors and wireless mice. One of governments encroachments in this area is their insistence on smart meters. They have been known to cause health problems as well as feed information to them that is violation of our 4th Amendment. I did a series on Smart Meters in 2017 which can be read here.
In these studies we see the dangers in the earlier versions of radio frequency keeping in mind that the new 5G will expose us to more radio frequency: Data from 3 major cancer registries demonstrate increased incidences of glioblastoma multiforme (a very aggressive form of brain tumour) in the frontal lobe, temporal lobe, and cerebellum, despite decreased incidences in other brain regions. Although this may represent an effect of diagnostic bias, the incidence of both large and small tumours increased in these regions. The cause of these observed trends is unknown. So said Zada (2012); maybe it has something to do with mobile phone use? Dobes had found a significant increasing incidence of primary brain tumours between 2000 and 2008 (2011), including glioblastoma multiforme (2011) particularly after 2006. De Vocht reported (2016) that malignant neoplasms of the temporal lobe had increased faster than expected. A latency period of 10 years reflected the earliest latency period when this was measurable and related to mobile phone penetration rates, and indicated an additional increase of 35% during 2005-2014. Bortkiewicz (2017) carried out a meta-analysis of twenty four studies (26 846 cases, 50 013 controls) reported up to March 2014. A significantly higher risk of an intracranial tumour (all types) was noted for the period of mobile phone use over 10 years.
The introduction of newer and stronger electromagnetic fields can have a serious effect on not just the human body but our environment, animals, plants and so on. Some people seem to be up to 100 times more sensitive to their biological systems being affected by external sources of electromagnetic fields, either at low (power frequency) or high frequency (including mobile phone communications technology), than others (Leitgeb 2003, 2007). The condition they have is referred to in a variety of ways;as electrosensitivity, or as electrical sensitivity or hypersensitivity. This condition is referred to as ES throughout this article.
Human beings, and all other living creatures, have always been exposed to electromagnetic fields. The sun’s radiation levels and the natural earth energies are what the human being has evolved with and adapted to. So the sceptics ask, how come we are suddenly talking of a sensitivity to electromagnetic fields when we have never reacted before?
Things have changed, that’s why. The density of electromagnetic fields around us is now many hundreds of millions of times the natural level reaching us from the sun and other sources. We have not had the time even to begin to adapt to the radiation from our use of electricity, mobile phones and telecommunications masts, and proliferating wireless technologies. 
We are always wanting bigger and better, which is not always bad but we should proceed with caution. Who doesn’t want faster, bigger (or smaller), more efficient? Take wireless mobile telecommunications. Our current broadband cellular network platform, 4G (or fourth generation), allows us to transmit data faster than 3G and everything that preceded. We can access information faster now than ever before in history. What more could we want? Oh, yes, transmission speeds powerful enough to accommodate the (rather horrifying) so-called Internet of Things. Which brings us to 5G.
Until now, mobile broadband networks have been designed to meet the needs of people. But 5G has been created with machines’ needs in mind, offering low-latency, high-efficiency data transfer. It achieves this by breaking data down into smaller packages, allowing for faster transmission times. Whereas 4G has a fifty-millisecond delay, 5G data transfer will offer a mere one-millisecond delay–we humans won’t notice the difference, but it will permit machines to achieve near-seamless communication. Which in itself may open a whole Pandora’s box of trouble for us – and our planet. More studies can be found here that cover subjects such as mobile phone related hazards, hearing, tinnitus and a myriad of other things.
If you’re really technical this site has a lot of articles concerning adverse biological effects or damage to health from Wi-Fi signals, Wi-Fi-enabled devices or Wi-Fi frequencies (2.4 or 5 GHz). If you haven’t noticed the government isn’t looking out for you on this. They are even demanding that you use the smart meters. We are on our own, which we should be, but we should have some protection from the government. They don’t protect us from GMO products, in fact do all they can to not let us know what is in the food we eat which is the opposite of why we have the FDA. They allow glyophosate, agent orange, to be sprayed on our food and on our lawns, which is what the EPA is there to stop, but they don’t. They won’t do anything about 5G either. If anything is to be done, it will be up to us to do it. I’ve always said, ‘Stay informed to stay free’ but now we have to stay informed to stay healthy.
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