Forget religion and politics. If you REALLY want to make someone uncomfortable at the dinner table, mention being concerned about the 5G rollout.
Odds are your dining companions will look at you as if you just grew a second head.
That’s NOT actually a side effect of 5G exposure. Although it might be in line with some of the wilder conspiracy theories floating around out there.
I’ll admit some of them seem amusing at first. I’ve laughed at a few myself. But the truth is those kooky ideas are actually harmful because they overshadow the very REAL potential dangers of 5G.
In fact, some of the crackpot theories being spread around are so out-there you have to wonder if it’s a smokescreen. One that allows big tech to dismiss ANY 5G concerns as just “crazy talk.”
But if you’re troubled about 5G yourself, let me assure you it’s NOT just crazy talk.
Because a new report from a VERY legitimate mainstream university finds so many reasons for alarm that an expert there is URGING a delay in this powerful technology’s rollout.
And he makes a compelling case.
4 genuine reasons 5G should alarm you
It’s not just what we know that makes 5G so concerning. It’s what we DON’T know.
The University of Edinburgh is one of the oldest and most storied universities in the world. And a well-respected Professor at the University, John William Frank, is sticking his neck out to sound the alarm on 5G.
Professor Frank points out FOUR key issues that need to be resolved before 5G should be put into widespread use.
- There’s a growing heap of evidence that radiofrequency electromagnetic fields can mess with human health.
- There’s also growing evidence that even the existing lower-frequency signals – like 3G and 4G – are dangerous.
- Safety standards so far have been inconsistent and often NOT based on modern science.
- There has NEVER been an epidemiological study on 5G’s impact on human health.
In other words, there’s no evidence 5G is safe and plenty of cause for concern. As the report points out, the science so far suggests there may be potential cancer risks, reproductive issues, neuropsychiatric problems, and more.
There are even studies linking radiofrequency electromagnetic fields to problems with the immune system and everything from skin conditions to vision loss.
Big tech is using YOU as a lab rat
Professor Frank also points out a concern I’ve shared with you here in Healthier Talk before. The 5G antenna is smaller and less powerful. That might sound safer on the surface, but it’s actually potentially just the opposite.
That low power means they can’t rely on giant, distant towers anymore. They’ll need new antennas placed just about everywhere they can find an open spot. That, of course, means putting more people a lot closer to the source of the 5G signals.
In other words, people will now have more direct exposure, which could lead to bigger risks for a much larger population.
As the good professor pointed out, at the very least, “the precautionary principle” should apply here. It’s best to gather more information and better understand the risks BEFORE acting. That’s especially true in the case of 5G when that action has the potential to harm.
And to that, I say AMEN. I couldn’t agree more.
The professor is no doubt being dismissed as an alarmist for urging caution here. But in reality, he’s merely being careful and responsible. Because there’s more concerning data leaking out every day and rushing forward with 5G without the proper testing is making US lab rats in an experiment none of us signed up for.
I’ve got a special report that reveals the TRUE potential risks of 5G that the big tech companies hope you never learn. And I have to warn you it’s absolutely shocking.
But I’ve also got a few basic steps you can take to help protect yourself, minimize exposure, and cut the risks. You can read it all for free right here.
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