This information is VERY IMPORTANT for you and your children, for all of us.
To begin with, what is a 5G network? – 5G is the natural evolution of 2G, 3G and 4G networks. But it’s not just an evolution, it’s a revolution in a sense. Partly because 5G networks open us up to opportunities that didn’t exist before. It is not just an advantage in terms of increased bandwidth, which we were not able to get before, but also ultra-high-speed data transmission with very little signal delay, as well as the ability to allocate specific segments of the network, where a dedicated channel of communication is provided for individual subscribers.
So far nothing seems to be wrong. Super-fast data transfer, that’s all. But let’s dive deeper into this.
Frequency Aggregation and Frequency Manager 5G will use a whole set of available frequency bands. Frequencies in the bands below 1 GHz, particularly 694-790 MHz, will be used outside of major cities because of the large coverage area. Frequencies in the 1 GHz to 6 GHz bands, particularly 4.4-3.8 GHz, 4.4-4.99 GHz and 5.9 GHz, will provide coverage in major cities.
Frequencies in the millimeter band (above 24 GHz) – 24-29.5 GHz, 30-55 GHz, 66-75 GHz, 81-86 GHz, will be suitable for point coverage in places of the greatest accumulation of subscribers: airports, train stations, stadiums, etc.
The essential feature of 5G is that it requires a wide range of frequencies, depending on the application and the environment. The frequency spectrum for 5G can be divided into three groups, depending on what the networks will be used for.
The first group is the range below 2 GHz. The range of the transmitter can reach several kilometers. However, the maximum data rate is no more than 100 Mbps. Suitable for coverage of larger areas, provides a stable signal indoors. Applicable for mass machine-to-machine communication (mMTC), Internet of things, because they do not generate very large amounts of traffic, but require ultra-reliable connection and low latency.
The second group is the medium band, or so-called C-band, with frequencies from 2 to 6 GHz. The range is from a few hundred meters to 1-2 km. Provides a relatively stable signal indoors and a fairly high data rate. This range is considered optimal for 5G network coverage in urban areas. Suitable for both the Internet of things and machine-to-machine communication, as well as for user applications that do not require high data rates.
The third group is ultra-high frequencies, above 6 GHz. Engages wide frequency bands and provides high channel bandwidth. It is suitable for services requiring a high data transfer rate, up to 20 Gbps – 3D-video, augmented reality, holographic communication, haptic Internet and so on. However, the range of the signal – within direct line of sight between the transmitter and the receiving device – is no more than 200 meters. In addition, the signal does not pass through walls, and also fades under the influence of certain weather conditions, such as rain. That is why full development of this segment requires a high density of transmitters.
That is why most countries allocate different frequency spectrums – both below 6 GHz and above – for the development of fifth-generation networks. In 2015, at the World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-15), countries agreed to allocate frequencies for 5G in the spectrum up to 6 GHz. The European Union defined a range of 3.4-3.8 GHz; South Korea, 3.4-3.7 GHz; and Australia, 3.4-3.7 GHz. Japan and China stood out: they decided to develop two spectrums below 6 GHz at once. Japan – 3.6-4.2 GHz, and 4.4-4.9 GHz. China – 3.3-3.6 GHz and 4.8-5 GHz.
The U.S. in the development of 5G in general stand apart. The root frequency range of the fifth-generation networks there is supposed to make the ultra-high frequencies. The U.S. has already held two auctions for 5G spectrum frequencies above 6 GHz. The 24 GHz and 28 GHz spectrum frequencies have been sold. Later this year, auctions are planned for three more ultra-high frequency bands: 37, 39 and 47 GHz.
We have understood a little bit about frequencies, but now, how do they affect us?
Back in September 2017, 180 doctors and scientists from European countries signed an appeal urging us to study the effects of high-frequency radiation on the human body as thoroughly as possible. Almost immediately after the publication of this appeal, many articles appeared about the harms of 5G. But they are not easy to find. The first to come up in the search engine are innocuous notes about how good it will be for everyone after the installation of a bunch of 5G towers and the transition to this system.
And given the fact that, for example, several cities in Russia have already begun work on the project “Smart City”, no one is asked whether we want to live under 5G-radiation or not.
Millimeter radiation, as has been proven by experience, will not penetrate further than the surface layer of the skin. Purely theoretically, a significant increase in the power of such exposure could, hypothetically, lead to neoplasms of the skin itself (melanoma) and damage to certain peripheral nerve endings located directly in it.
Interesting, so cancer is not considered a hazard now?
If high-frequency fields in the millimeter wave range (30-100 GHz) are used for 5G, it should be mentioned that there is not much research on these frequencies right now compared to other known mobile radio frequencies. Therefore, it is too early to talk about the effects of 5G on animals. Tests on mice exposed to EMF for nine hours a day for two years recorded changes in their nervous systems, including the brain, heart and testicles. An increase in cell death was also reported. It should be kept in mind that at the time of this study, 5G technology did not yet exist.
Some researchers argue that exposure of young children to radiating devices is much more harmful because of their smaller cranial thickness. There is also an increased exposure to the brain, which is in its formative stage.
Conspiracy theories about the health hazards of the 5G communications standard have been appearing online since at least 2016. First of all, they were published on Internet forums and on YouTube. Later, due to the spread of the coronavirus, the installation of 5G towers was linked to the emergence of the disease. Anonymous forums, such as 4chan, recorded calls for the destruction of the structures. For example, at least 20 mobile towers in the UK have already been attacked by vandals. Where is the truth here? Let us turn to scientists.
Many studies have been done, but it is so unprofitable to show them that it is almost impossible to find them on the Internet, where everything is always there.
“5G frequencies will flood us with waves of a certain length that interact with the geometric structure of our skin. We found that sweat ducts worked like spiral antennas. Sweat ducts were integral to the mechanism of absorbing electromagnetic energy in the 75-100 GHz range, and if you changed the nature of the sweat duct, that is, made it work, you could really change that absorption mechanism, and if you could do that, you could see a person being dangerously exposed to microwave.”
Dr. Martin Pall, a scientist who studies wireless microwave radiation, has done groundbreaking research explaining exactly how exposure to electromagnetic fields causes premature aging and harms the human body, reduces fertility, impairs brain and heart function, and even affects DNA! Pall was the first to do research showing that microwave electromagnetic fields activate potential-dependent calcium channels, causing them to release excess calcium ions into the cell. This produces nitric oxide (NO) and superoxides, which react almost instantaneously to form peroxynitrite and free radicals. Many studies like these show that peroxynitrite damages DNA. Dr. Pall stated unequivocally that “the deployment of 5G is a real insanity.
Scientist Mark Steele has been outspoken against the 5G system. Steele argues that although widely circulated reports say that 5G technology operates in the 24-100 GHz range, it actually operates in the sub-gigahertz range (that is, below the GHz threshold, so it is still measured in MHz). Steele states that 5G is a weapons system, much like long-range radar, phased antenna array radar, or directed energy weapons (used in September 11, 2001 and other incidents). Steele claims that when the 5G equipment is examined, it turns out to have a dielectric lens, proving that it is a weapons system. Autonomous vehicles can use 5G to shine light into other drivers’ mirrors, which carries a real danger. Mark also talks about how the impact of 5G is strong enough to kill babies in the womb. He states: “5G is a weapons system – no more, no less. It has nothing to do with civilian telecommunications. The 5G system is necessary to connect autonomous vehicles with each other.”
Studies have shown that the 5G system is mutagenic (causing DNA damage) and carcinogenic (causing cancer). 5G frequencies cause damage to mitochondrial DNA, which is then passed on from generation to generation. That is, 5G frequencies not only cause mutagenic changes, but also mutations that the next generation will inherit. This can have serious implications for genetic health. Do many people think about this when they can’t tear themselves away from their mobile device screens? Mutagenesis is usually accompanied by carcinogenesis. In other words, if exposure is so powerful and dangerous as to damage DNA, there is a good chance that it can also cause cancer. Mark Steele argues that 5G is a Class 1 carcinogen, although the WHO (World Health Organization) conservatively classifies cell towers as a possible Class 2B carcinogen. It is important to note, however, that the WHO is a UN agency created by the Rockefellers, a prominent Illuminati family who plan to use the UN as a springboard for establishing a one-world government.
Back in 2002, researcher Arthur Fierstenberg published his analysis of the dangers of 5G systems long before their technology was approved. He explained that because 5G’s electromagnetic pulses are extremely short and their transmission is something like a machine gun line, they are actually reflected inside the body and end up creating tiny new antennas in it. Fierstenberg wrote:
“When extremely short electromagnetic pulses penetrate the body, [unlike the penetration of ordinary electromagnetic radiation] something else happens: the moving charges themselves become small antennas that re-radiate the electromagnetic field and direct it deeper into the body. These re-radiated waves are called Brillouin precursors. They become significant when the power or phase of the wave changes quite rapidly. That millimeter waves are supposedly too short to penetrate deep into the body, as they keep trying to convince us, is not true.
Because of the dangers of 5G frequencies, several insurance companies, most famously Lloyd’s of London, have made headlines by refusing to insure the telecommunications corporate conglomerate Big Wireless’ liability in case of personal injury claims and other claims related to Wi-Fi and 5G:
“Lloyd’s November 2010 risk assessment team report gives us a strong argument: the report compares these wireless technologies to asbestos because early asbestos studies were ‘inconclusive,’ and only later did it become obvious to anyone with any understanding of the issue that asbestos causes cancer. Keep in mind that Lloyd”s Wi-Fi risk assessment study was published more than nine years ago. But even then, their risk assessment team was smart enough to realize that there may be new evidence that different frequencies of Wi-Fi do cause disease.”
5G technology allows us to control everyone in the country, and is so harmful that it leads to cancer, infertility, baldness, loss of libido, and other terrible health consequences. Radiation from 5G base stations exceeds radiation at the Fukushima accident site by a factor of ten!
The perception of the next G often lays on the commonplace stereotype that communication quality will increase, data speeds will increase. That is true, but it is only the top level, because 5G offers a bit more, it is a new type of network, first created for smart cities, cars with autopilot, various sensors and sensors that people can use in everyday life. From all points of view, 5G promises a technological breakthrough that will be a catalyst for the economies of those countries that will lead such developments.
So what will save us from 5G?
The only one hundred percent solution is to make a choice between health or supernovae (are they needed in this format?) Or buy cacti, which are good at absorbing harmful radiation. But then you’d just have to cover yourself with them, because the power of 5G is much stronger than just the radiation from the TV screen. And also shungite and foil. As ridiculous as it sounds, these two things also help reduce harm.