Truth about 5G

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The fifth generation of cellular technology, 5G, is the next great leap in speed for wireless devices.
"The only established hazard of non-ionizing radiation is too much heating," Foster said, who has studied the health effects of radio waves for nearly 50 years.
Many of the public's outcries over the adoption of 5G echo concerns over previous generations of cellular technology.

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G, the next generation cellular network technology based on 4G LTE that harnesses millimeter wave spectrum (mmWave) for higher data speeds, is used by the US Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and other research institutes.
There are concerns that this very high frequency spectrum could have adverse health effects on the public, including a very widespread conspiracy theory. This kind of concern has been similar to consumers' fear of radiofrequency radiation, which can increase the risk of cancer, for some time. There is no direct link with human health, but given that people have been exposed to radio frequencies and energy for decades and that there is a long history of exposure to radiofrequency radiation in the environment, we should have seen an impact right now.
Readers know that the wireless 5G network is being used to give smartphones 100x more speed. We will be following this issue closely as it becomes more widespread, as will the impact of this technology on public health.
It is important to note that 5G-enabled smartphones still meet the safety limits and standards set by the FDA, as notified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Regardless of the facts, the wireless telecommunications industry is aggressively trying to equip lampposts and electricity poles across the country with microwave antennas that send dangerous radiation 24 hours a day to the nearest home. It is clear that the plan is to include 5G on radio frequencies (MMW) that have never been used for Internet telecommunications technology. These waves do not travel well through buildings, and the industry says 5G would require the use of so-called "small cells" or "cell towers."
Thousands of new satellites are to be launched into space to ensure that every inch of the planet is sufficiently irradiated to support the ubiquitous high-speed radio capabilities. While 5-G wireless technology is slowly finding its way into the hands of consumers and businesses, many government agencies and organizations point out that there is no reason for us to be alarmed about the effects of radio frequency waves on our health.
To help you stream the latest movie, 5-G has been designed to increase capacity and reduce latency, the amount of time it takes devices to communicate with each other. In terms of speed, it seems like a big step forward, but not so much from the point of view of the Department of Health.
This will speed up all kinds of devices, including mobile phones, and will, for example, allow you to download entire albums, TV shows and movies in seconds. This will make the use of 5G devices much faster and more efficient, but it will take a lot of work to get them as quickly as possible. There are a number of other benefits of 5G, such as faster data speeds and lower latency. From integrated applications to self-driving cars, these changes will play a major role in how quickly this technology is adopted into everyday life.
A coronavirus cancer caused by radiation from 5G towers has spread around the world, leading to widespread panic about the next generation of technology. The site also sells dietary supplements, making it one of the most popular sites on the Internet for 5G information.
The Change.org petition uses pseudo-science to back up its claims about 5G, which are said to range from cancer to coronavirus. The founder of the petition, who goes by the name Delroy Chin, writes that the radiation emitted by 5G towers sucks oxygen from the atmosphere and interferes with the regular functioning of the human body. A petition to stop the UK government introducing 5g in the country has received more than 110,000 signatures, backed by celebrities who have shared it with their followers.
According to Public Health England, there is evidence that 5G can damage the immune system and have significant biological effects on human health. There are several studies suggesting that prolonged exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields could increase the risk of cell damage, a possible cause of cancer.
However, the results of these studies go beyond the scope of current research on the effects of 5G on human health. According to Public Health England, there is no evidence that the use of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields in mobile phones and other devices has a negative impact on human health.
When wireless networks came out, the fear came from a physicist in Florida who, in 2000, made a graphic showing that wireless technology would dramatically increase the exposure to radio frequencies. Radio waves are actually the highest frequency required by wireless technology, and these results were wrong, but they were (perhaps) never published in a scientific journal. Moreover, no matter how often scientists debunk their claims, radio waves have never been proven to cause cancer.
Most of these frequencies occupy the existing low-frequency Wi-Fi band, so there is actually no new risk. Obviously, it would be ridiculous to assume that mobile phone networks reduce cancer rates, but even here the correlation is not the same. There is no convincing evidence of a link between mobile networks and cancer, and even with the coming 5G technology, there is no evidence of a link between mobile phones and cancer.