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Scientific American Warns:


5G is Unsafe


ccording to the telecom industry, 5G, the "5th Generation" wireless network, is required to give people the wireless freedom they crave and need. Described by HP as "blaz- ingly fast," 5G, which is 70 times faster than its predecessor, 4G,


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"will replace cable internet for good," allowing you to download a two-hour high-definition movie in three seconds flat. 5G is also being touted as necessary to enable the develop-


ment and proliferation of self-driving cars and other future tech- nologies. However, as noted in a May 2019 Forbes article, robo- car designers are not, in fact, relying on 5G for their development, and the cars themselves do not actually need that kind of band- width to perform the required functions. While "blazingly fast" 5G might sound attractive to many


who have grown up in the internet era, there are significant health and environmental concerns relating to 5G radiation that are not being properly addressed, which may have profound implications both in the short and long term. If increased internet speed and reliability are the end goal,


then fiber optic connections would be a far better (and safer) way forward. Indeed, we need more wired connections and fewer wireless ones as it is. With 5G, microwave radiation exposures will so massively increase, there's no doubt in my mind that mankind will eventually end up regretting its shortsightedness. Remember that no one has problems with the faster speeds of 5G, no one. What any serious student of health has concerns with is that the data are being distributed wirelessly, when in most cases the data could be distributed easier and less expen- sively over fiber optic cables.


No Safety Studies Have Been Done Unlike the 4G technology currently in use, which relies on


90-foot cell towers with about a dozen antenna ports on each, the 5G system uses "small cell" facilities or bases, each with about 100 antenna ports. These cell bases will be mounted to already existing infra-


structure such as utility poles. Ultimately, many if not most homeowners can expect to end up with a 5G cell base mounted


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