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I began to take an interest in this at around the time when the 5G roll-out began.

The following information is taken from a blog that I started back in 2018 when articles began appearing on the internet which voiced concerns that the whole EMF (Electro-Magnetic Fields) situation might have adverse consequences.

In recent years, especially with the advent of mobile phones (1G 2G 3G and 4G) and wi-fi in all areas including our homes, these EMFs have already become all-pervasive and many believe that he FCC (Federal Communications Committee) of the USA, which is charged with ensuring the public safety of such technology, and which is effectively the world-leading authority, may have been asleep on the job - or worse, may have seemed in practical terms to collude with industry to deny and cover up any safety shortcomings.

Now read on . . .


Electrosmog Is Here . . .

(28/09/2018) The Environmental Health Trust presents at lot of links to letters from scientists and other organisations here. It also makes available friendly-format advice on how to mitigate the risks. I like their web-site - it is a veritable mine of useful information (eg: wi-fi in schools), and is easy to explore. 


(27/08/2018) Well, actually the  smog is here now - we have 1G 2G 3G and 4G already (not to mention wireless headsets, wireless keyboards, wireless mice, wi-fi etc) - so yes, it's already well-established, indeed almost all-pervasive. And now 5G.

So what's another G? 5G? So what?

5G is required (we are told) in order to handle high data volumes (films, internet of "things", etc). To do this requires higher frequencies, and that means the use of relatively much higher power transmissions and focussed beam technology - rather than scattering the signal in all directions it will beam the signal in one direction.

Clever eh? Except that if you are on your mobile all that power would get beamed straight to your head . . . oh, and we might have to follow Sheffield's example and cut down all the local trees, since the short wavelength signal cannot navigate around foliage, especially when it's wet.

And as these signals need to travel in straight lines, we will need many more smaller antennae so that we are never far from a base-station.

Now I'm not a tech-head in wireless technology, so it's quite possible that I may have misunderstood a few of the salient facts, but yes, I am thinking that this could stand some investigation.

Where to start? Well, this looks like a good place . . .

NB:  Tom Wheeler is now the ex FCC Chairman. He was succeeded by new chairman Ajit Pai, appointed by President Trump. You can see a video of Ajit talking 5G below by paging down to the end.

Also, maybe here ("numerous recent scientific publications have shown that EMF affects living organisms at levels well below most international and national guidelines"). Or here.

The video below covers the attitude of the present FCC Chairman Ajit Pai to the health risks that 5G may pose to the population.

So why are the mainstream newsmedia seemingly not covering this? I think that this is a question that we will all have to work out for ourselves.  Much may hang on the answer.