Published 3 months ago
on September 26, 2018
- The Facts:New research show how the frequencies utilized in crowd control weapons, one that physically impact our biology, form the basis of the new 5G network that’s been rolling out.
- Reflect On:With more than 2000 peer-reviewed studies and thousands of scientists raising multiple cause for concern, why has the industry been allowed to implement this technology without the appropriate health safety testing?
Multiple countries around the world have banned WiFi, and the building of cell phone towers near primary schools and nurseries, among many other places due to the evidence that shows they are not safe and can implicate the health of young children, and adults, in multiple ways. With all of the science that’s emerged over the years, it seems very unethical for the corporations who control this market to continue to manufacture and promote these services in such a manner. Furthermore, government agencies have failed to address what’s happening, despite the fact that hundreds of scientists and thousands of peer-reviewed papers have been calling for it for years.
5G is the new technology currently being implemented in a lot of areas, and research has shown that the same frequencies used by the Department of Defense in crowd control weapons, make the foundation of the latest network known as 5G.
This kind of technology, which is in many of our homes, actually interacts with human skin and eyes. The shocking finding was made public via Israeli research studies that were presented at an international conference on the subject last year. Below you can find a lecture from Dr. Ben-Ishai of the Department of Physics at Hebrew University. He goes through how human sweat ducts act like a number of helical antennas when exposed to these wavelengths that are put out by the devices that employ 5G technology.
These technologies are already rolling out, despite the fact that scientists have been cautioning against it, more research on human health effects should have been done before their approval, but it wasn’t.