. How can hundreds of doctors and scientists who have published research in peer reviewed scientific journals about electromagnetic radiation, the concerns of wireless technology as well as the concerns of novel 5G technology be conspiracy theorists? The idea that health concerns about 5G technology are a mere “conspiracy theory” is quite concerning. How can hundreds of doctors and scientists all around the world who are publishing in vivo and in vitro studies in peer-reviewed scientific journals about this topic be considered conspiracy theorists? How would these publications that have been raising concerns be able to get through the peer-reviewed process if they weren’t legit? Why does mainstream media continue to constantly ignore the concerns that are being brought up all over the world with regards to 5G technology? What is going on here? Do we really live in a democracy when the concerns of the people are constantly ignored and all of the evidence and research go unacknowledged? If 5G was completely safe, why wouldn’t our federal health regulatory agencies require safety testing? Shouldn’t all new technologies, especially wireless technologies, be required to at least go through some sort of safety testing before it’s rolled out? What’s really going on here? Why is this being allowed to happen? These questions, along with the health concerns of 5G technology and what we can do about it, will be the topic of a global online summit that’s set to take place the first week of June.
The summit will feature multiple doctors, scientists and activists in the field. It’s going to be very informational, very informative, and it’s going to be completely free. If you want to reserve your spot, you can sign up HERE to watch it. Once you sign up you’ll be taken to a link where you can download our free E-Book on 5G. It covers what 5G is and an abundance of peer-reviewed research is cited for anybody in your life or in your family who actually questions if there are really any legitimate concerns. It’s a great resource, and this E-Book is something you can send to anybody who is not taking this issue seriously. A study published in 2019 in Frontiers in Public Health is one of many that raises concerns about 5G technology. It points out that “novel 5G technology is being rolled out in several densely populated cities, although potential chronic health or environmental impacts have not been evaluated and are not being followed.” It goes on to emphasize that the range and magnitude of potential impacts of 5G technologies are under-researched, although important biological outcomes have been reported with millimeter wavelength exposure. These include oxidative stress and altered gene expression, effects on skin and systemic effects such as on immune function. In vivo studies reporting resonance with human sweat ducts, acceleration of bacterial and viral replication, and other endpoints indicate the potential for novel as well as more commonly recognized biological impacts from this range of frequencies, and highlight the need for research before population-wide continuous exposures.” It’s one of many that outlines how, “In some countries, notably the US, scientific evidence of the potential hazards of RFR has been largely dismissed. Findings of carcinogenicity, infertility and cell damage occurring at daily exposure levels—within current limits—indicate that existing exposure standards are not sufficiently protective of public health. Evidence of carcinogenicity alone, such as that from the NTP study, should be sufficient to recognize that current exposure limits are inadequate.” It goes on to state that “Public health authorities in many jurisdictions have not yet incorporated the latest science from the U.S. NTP or other groups. Many cite 28-year old guidelines by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers which claimed that “Research on the effects of chronic exposure and speculations on the biological significance of non-thermal interactions have not yet resulted in any meaningful basis for alteration of the standard” A paper published in 2018 in Environmental Research titled “Wi-Fi is an important threat to human health” points out that, “Repeated Wi-Fi studies show that Wi-Fi causes oxidative stress, sperm/testicular damage, neuropsychiatric effects including EEG changes, apoptosis, cellular DNA damage, endocrine changes, and calcium overload.” There are literally a number of studies to choose from. Even prior to 5G, more than 200 scientists petitioned the United Nations a few years ago to look deeper into this issue, to no avail. Numerous recent scientific publications have shown that EMF affects living organisms at levels well below most international and national guidelines. Effects include increased cancer risk, cellular stress, increase in harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes on the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being in humans. Damage goes well beyond the human race, as there is growing evidence of harmful effects to both plant and animal life. (source) At the end of the day, if there is nothing to be concerned about when it comes to 5G wireless technology, why not simply just conduct appropriate safety testing and prove it? With this absence of human evidence, governments must require large-scale animal studies (or other appropriate studies of indicators of carcinogenicity and other adverse health effects) to determine whether the newest modulation technologies incur risks, prior to release into the marketplace. Governments should also investigate short-term impacts such as insomnia, memory, reaction time, hearing and vision, especially those that can occur in children and adolescents, whose use of wireless devices has grown exponentially within the past few years. (source) What does it say about the world we live in when our concerns are constantly ridiculed, attacked, and deemed a conspiracy theory when there is an abundance of evidence that supports those concerns? What does it say about democracy ? else.
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