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The 5th Generation of Wireless Technology is known as 5G. However, 5G differs greatly from previous networks (2G, 3G, and 4G) as it is an entirely different type of network. 5G is the implementation of the Internet of Things. This is a network designed not just to transmit digital information for communication, but it is the ushering in of an interconnected global network that goes far beyond cell phone calls and wifi hooks-up.
Due to this, the type of microwave radiation used by 5G differs greatly from that used by the previous networks. The use of high millimeter waves within the microwave range make up of a portion of the 5G transmission.
However, this type of radiation has not been pre-market tested in any capacity for consumer safety. The only use documented for these type of frequencies has been for use as an EMF Weapon for crowd control. This has raised some questions among experts regarding 5G's safety.
5G: Top 20 Issues
With no short-term or long-term pre-market testing having been done on 5G, there is no way to know the risk involved with allowing the public to be exposed 24/7 to this type of radiation - as the radiation from 5G Antennas will be continual and will not be able to be 'shut off'.
The EMF Watchdog Group The Environmental Health Trust has put together a list of the Top Issues with 5G. This is a summary of EHT's List with some additional issues added.
1. Experimental technology
2.Increases radiation exposure
3. Outdated radiation guidelines
4. Children are more vulnerable
5. The unborn are more vulnerable
6. Inadequate regulations
7. Impact to tree canopy
8. No oversight by health authority
9. No environmental review
10. Increases energy usage
11. Increases e-waste and pollution
12. Lowers property values
13. Local authority overruled
14. Loss of privacy
15. Interferes with weather forecasting
16. Screen addiction
17. Uninsured liability
18. Cyber security risks
19. Use as an EMF Weapon
20. Not pre-market tested
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