Wednesday, 8 May 2019

Questions about 5G implementation start to be seen in the UK media

Brought to you courtesy of Google, who thought I'd be interested in this...

How nice of the Somersetlive newspaper to blame this on a mum - because what would a housewife know? Seriously this is 2019, and we're blaming mothers for having a baseless fear?

So EE basically said that the complainant shouldn't be worried because the frequencies they are about to use for their initial installations are in the 3.4Ghz range. Okay, but why is the rest of the world seeking licences and testing 5G that extends into microwave frequencies of upto 100Ghz? Why are we hearing about how trees and buildings block 5G, which means we need more installs or take out unnecessary trees?

Lets break down their responses:

"We will roll 5G out using existing sites - there will be no significant increase in sites. 
“All wireless technologies are rolled out under strict guidelines, which are based on medical studies and reviewed on an ongoing basis.
"That includes all wireless technologies used globally and in the UK – 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G.
"There are strict rules on the amount of power that can be broadcast from a mobile site – governed by an organisation called, which acts as the health watchdog for the mobile industry
So no SIGNIFICANT increase in sites, and the implementation is based on strict guidelines and "medical studies". Remember the SAR rating that is based on a test for temperature rises in water contained in a plastic head when the phone is stuck to said plastic head - because humans are just vessels for water... sometimes I start to think, maybe some people are.

Sad to see the numerous comments in that article that brush off this mothers concerns, as if they have any idea about the health risks. Trying to hide the truth behind ridicule?

Yet we have articles like this that were written based entirely on a Senate hearing in the US (forgive me for the popup spam):

Ultimately, read this:

TL:DR (and this applies only to 2G and 3G radiation):

In 1999, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) commissioned the National Toxicology Program (NTP), a branch of the National Institute of Health (NIH), to conduct a study to settle this debate once and for all. The NTP designed an elaborate, $30 million dollar study on “cell phone radiation”, which was the largest and most extensive study ever conducted by the NTP.
In November, 2018, the NTP released their Final Report which concluded there was “clear evidence of cancer” from cell phone radiation and that this radiation causes heart and DNA damage as well. The recent Ramazzini study, out of Italy, corroborated the findings of cancer but at radiation levels lower than those of the NTP Study. 

Perhaps we don't need to worry about global warming, because all this radiation exposure will likely impact the upcoming generation from being able to survive and God-forbid reproduce? How about the impact of non-human life?

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