With all the rage regarding the upcoming 5G network, only relatively few have bothered to ask about the inherent dangers of such innovations. At first glance, this cautionary tone sounds absurd: who wouldn’t want a faster internet speed? After all, we’ve steadily integrated wireless internet technology to absolutely no harm.
Or so we’ve been led to believe. One of the primary factors that should worry all Americans is that 5G technology isn’t necessarily safe for organic life. This isn’t just a BS conspiracy theory. The very liberal and very mainstream publication, The Los Angeles Times, discussed the potential hazards of the 5G network.
Early testing of this advanced wireless internet advancement demonstrated a slight increase of tumors in male lab rats. Currently, both industry leaders and government agencies are dismissing the potential hazards associated with the 5G network. They claim that while radiation levels are elevated due to wireless internet connections, the magnitude is so small that it wouldn’t cause damage.
That might be true with how things work right now. But the reason why the few concerned individuals are alarmed is because 5G technology necessitates a massive proliferation of cell-phone towers. By their very nature, these towers must emit radiation.
Forget all the claims and counterclaims associated with the 5G network for a minute. Instead, let’s get down to the fundamental science.
Several years ago, in order to deliver rapid-fire internet speed, telecommunications companies relied on physical, fiber-optic wires. The advantage with this platform is that considerable energy can be channeled inside a physical wire and protected with physical insulation. Consider the difference between a battery-operated power tool versus a wired tool – the wired version is significantly more powerful.
Why? The battery-powered device must rely upon a small, portable power source. The wired device, on the other hand, essentially has access to your city’s electrical grid. It’s a huge differential, obviously.
When you consider this analogy, you can easily see why 5G technology may be a harbinger. In order to generate the lightning quick internet speed that all the lemmings desire in a wireless platform, radiation must increase. There’s no such thing as increased speed without an expenditure of increased energy – this would violate all known physical laws.
And the reality is that we’re not launching more satellites into space; no, the damage from the 5G network is terrestrial. Cell-phone radiation towers are being integrated into artificial structures that look like everyday objects, such as trees or other natural landscape elements.
The satellite story, I’m afraid, is just a diversion to get you thinking of anything other than the inherent safety risks associated with the 5G network.