From The Ramparts
Junious Ricardo Stanton
Is 5G Hazardous To Our Health?
“The push for 5G networks to go live highlights the astounding amount of disregard that corporate interest can have for the wellbeing of people and the planet. Though for years now, scientific studies and research have increasingly shown that exposure to EMF radiation has a long list of harmful health effects, telecom companies and the FCC (the government agency that is supposed to be looking out for public safety by regulating wireless communication) have not only failed to pay attention; they are now deliberately doing everything they can to minimize findings that cast wireless technology in a negative light.” Is 5G Safe? Are EMF Radiation Levels Harmful At This Level? https://www.defendershield.com/5g-technology-safe-emf-radiation-emissions
The latest technology coming down the pike is Fifth Generation Mobile Technology aka 5G. It is a broadband WiFi technology network that is much faster and has the capacity to carry far more data than the earlier versions 1G through 4G. The industry has this to say about 5G, “The G in 5G means it’s a generation of wireless technology. While most generations have technically been defined by their data transmission speeds, each has also been marked by a break in encoding methods, or ‘air interfaces,’ which make it incompatible with the previous generation. 1G was analog cellular. 2G technologies, such as CDMA, GSM, and TDMA, were the first generation of digital cellular technologies. 3G technologies, such as EVDO, HSPA, and UMTS, brought speeds from 200kbps to a few megabits per second. 4G technologies, such as WiMAX and LTE, were the next incompatible leap forward, and they are now scaling up to hundreds of megabits and even gigabit-level speeds. 5G brings three new aspects to the table: greater speed (to move more data), lower latency (to be more responsive), and the ability to connect a lot more devices at once (for sensors and smart devices). The actual 5G radio system, known as 5G-NR, won’t be compatible with 4G. But all 5G devices, initially, will need 4G because they’ll lean on it to make initial connections before trading up to 5G where it’s available.” https://www.pcmag.com/article/345387/what-is-5g
The thing about 5G is it will use a broader spectrum of higher frequencies in what is called the millimeter wave spectrum. Unfortunately amidst the din of anticipation, hype, investment and marketing propaganda for 5G, the fact is this spectrum may be harmful to humans, plants and animals. But you won’t hear this in the corporate media. Several people are sounding the alarm but the nexus of big money, technology, profit and global domination are making it difficult for their messages to reach us.
The big issue is 5G signals cannot travel as far as 4G signals and will require more ways to enhance or boost the signal meaning more evasive antennas or other such devices will be required. “Generally, as you move to higher frequencies, transmission range gets shorter—hundreds of meters rather than kilometers. And signals are unable to penetrate walls easily. Some hardware components, such as analog-to-digital converters, might also be expensive. We are still learning about millimeter wave and are testing its capabilities. Another challenge is if the transmitter and the receiver don’t have a line-of-site connection, there is a lot of attenuation [loss] in the signal. We’re conducting performance analyses to better understand the communication reliability and plan to publish a paper in the fall at the IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference in Boston. There has been a trend toward small cells [portable base stations often called microcells, femtocells or picocells, depending on their ranges]. Millimeter waves can take advantage of these technologies, as they are better suited for transmission over relatively short ranges. High-frequency signals can also be reused across short distances by different cells in a network, meaning the available spectrum is used more efficiently. In addition, antenna size is inversely proportional to frequency size, so higher-frequency signals would require smaller antennas. You could pack more antennas into devices. That enables directional transmissions—you could actually steer the signal in a particular direction. This could overcome the loss of some of the signal transmission strength. More than one antenna operating in the same frequency range can also send multiple streams of data, increasing the data rate.” Will Millimeter Waves Maximize 5G Wireless https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/will-millimeter-waves-maximize-5g-wireless/
This is all part of hyper-connectivity what is being called the Internet of Things (IoT), WiFi technology that will link other devices and platforms besides cell phones and computers with whole other systems and industries. We will become a society inundated with electromagnetic pulses (EMPs). We will be able to download and have access to much more media but we will be swamped with more antennas and boosting devices. The question is will these antennas pose serious risks to our health and wellbeing? There are credible indications they will. Check out these Websites, read the material, do the research and make up your own mind. https://www.electricsense.com/12399/5g-radiation-dangers/, https://www.thenation.com/article/how-big-wireless-made-us-think-that-cell-phones-are-safe-a-special-investigation/ https://www.shieldyourbody.com/2017/10/health-effects-of-5g-networks/ , https://www.disclose.tv/new-5g-wifi-coming-and-it-will-kill-us-all-this-is-serious-314497
Consumer 5G is several years away in the US (it is already in use by the military and security state) so we have some time to get the facts out. Don’t fall for the 5G marketing okey-doke and the hype they will use to trick you into getting it. The electromagnetic radiation is just one of the downsides hint, think big brother.