cern. Remember, 5G will result in an exponential increase in RFR exposure, and there are already thousands of studies dem- onstrating biological effects from low-intensity electromagnetic fields (EMFs). More than 1,800 studies summarized in the BioInitiative Report (2007 and 2012) show immune system effects, neuro- logical effects, cognitive effects and much more. For example, cumulative daily EMF exposure from cellphones and Wi-Fi is associated with cancer, altered brain development in children and reproductive damage in both sexes. Prenatal exposure to magnetic fields can nearly triple a

pregnant woman's risk of miscarriage. Several other studies have come to similar conclusions. In men, studies show EMF radiation from cellphones and laptops reduces sperm motility and viabil- ity, and increases sperm DNA fragmentation. In 2011, the International Agency for Research on Cancer

classified cellphones as a Group 2B "possible carcinogen" based on the available evidence, and two recent studies (one by the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP) and one by the Ramazzi- ni Institute in Italy) have reconfirmed its carcinogenic potential. The NTP study found heart tumors (malignant schwannomas)

in male rats, "similar to acoustic neuromas, a benign tumor in people involving the nerve that connects the ear to the brain, which some studies have linked to cellphone use." Many studies have been published since 2011, and RFR is currently listed as one of the "high priority" items to be reassessed by the IARC within the next five years. Based on the expanded evidence base, the IARC could potentially end up upgrading the carcinogenic classification of RFR.

What Makes 5G Different? Considering how many are already struggling with electro-

magnetic hypersensitivity, saturating cities and suburban areas with 5G will undoubtedly add many more to this once-rare af- fliction, and could easily make life unbearable for those who are already struggling at current exposure levels. A significant problem with 5G technology is that it relies primarily on the bandwidth of the millimeter wave or MMW, which operates between 30 gigahertz (GHz) and 300GHz. The MMW is known to penetrate 1 to 2 millimeters of human tissue and has been linked to a number of potential health problems, including:

Pain (MMW is actually what's used in crowd control weapons by the U.S. Department of Defense, as it has the ability to cause a severe burning sensation)

Suppressed immune function

Impacted heart rate variability -- an indicator of stress -- in rats and heart rate changes (arrhythmias) in frogs Cancer

Cellular stress and increase in harmful free radicals Genetic damage Reproductive problems Neurological disorders


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Eye problems such as lens opacity in rats (which is linked to the production of cataracts) and eye damage in rabbits

Depressed growth and increased antibiotic resistance in bac- teria

We're Flying Blind, But Warning Signs Abound Again, 5G is so new that we simply do not have the same

volume of research demonstrating its specific health effects as we do for earlier generations of RF radiation. The fact that the issues above have already been identified should be a giant red flag.

Certainly, there's absolutely nothing to suggest that 5G is

going to produce LESS harm than current technologies in use, and there are thousands of studies showing harmful effects from that. What's more, 5G will be used in addition to our current technologies; it's not replacing them all. As noted by Moskowitz:

"Since 5G is a new technology, there is no research on

health effects, so we are 'flying blind' to quote a U.S. senator. However, we have considerable evidence about the harmful effects of 2G and 3G. Little is known the effects of exposure to 4G, a 10-year-old technology, because governments have been remiss in funding this research … 5G will … accompany 4G for the near future and possibly

over the long term. If there are synergistic effects from simulta- neous exposures to multiple types of RFR, our overall risk of harm from RFR may increase substantially.

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