5G, a win or a big lose?

Robot 2.0, watched this movie very recently. Mocked its the logic and how real the whole ‘human turning into a bird made of mobile phones'(Google its story) thing can be. In short, it’s about the birds dying because of Electromagnetic Mobile Signal waves. The very next day I received this image on a Whatsapp group and that’s when I thought of research about the harmful effects of mobile networks, 5G in particular.

Forwarded Whatsapp Image: Birds Dying – 5G Testing

I had a little idea about the harmful effects Electromagnetic waves, the base of our whole wireless network system, can have on our body. That too primarily because my mother always yelled at me for keeping my phone near my head when I sleep at night. But when I researched about this forwarded image, the results were an eye-opener.

This particular post summarizes my research, health hazards among humans and cows, and death of hundreds of birds around a 5G network testing site.

I also came across this post and got more worried about the whole thing.

Why only 5G is this harmful?

Well, the reality is that all other Gs are also harmful to us to an extent but the one difference 5G network has from other networks is that the 5G network towers are not very high from earth surface and have the frequency as high as 600 MHz to 6 GHz. It’s hard to understand how much is it but one thing is for sure that our body will now be in more contact with these high-frequency waves due to the small height of 5G towers. And the same goes for birds and other animals living near earth surface. And due to their small height the number of towers per unit area will increase as much as the number of street lights in an area. Setups, where street lights are mounted with 5G network emitters, can also be seen.

A 5G Tower. Courtesy: gazette.com

Once a 5G smartphone launches in the market, there’s no going back and seems like Qualcomm, with its new product line supporting 5G network, will provide the driving force to the whole market adaptation of 5G network in mobile devices.

And these things need to be checked before 5G technology gets a head start among consumers. This is serious, to a limit that it may put millions of lives in danger.

Here are some highlights from the post.

Exodus of Several Species

In the Mount Nardi Study, the Australian botanist Mark Broomhall recorded the exodus of birds from the mountain as the cell towers were upgraded (up to G4). In his study, he estimated that from “70 to 90% of the wildlife has become rare or has disappeared from the Nightcap National Park within a 2-3 km radius of the Mt. Nardi tower complex”.

“I witnessed the rapid exodus of a further 49 bird species [after the ‘4G’ upgrade in 2012 and early 2013]… “, he said.

The Dead Starlings

A 5G test was done, in relation to Dutch railway station Hollands Spoor… to view the range of the mast and see if any adverse equipment damage would occur on and around the station. Immediately afterwards, the birds fell in numbers dead from the trees. What is going on here? 

“The animals are not emaciated, do not seem ill. They just fall dead from the tree.”

Cows on the Rampage

Several hundreds of cows from the 5 dairy farms allegedly started running riot simultaneously without a clear cause.

“The most logical conclusion is that the panic attacks are caused by the recent testing of 5G Wi-Fi in the North of Groningen, exactly were Stitswerd is located! Groningen is the first flat land region where they are testing 5G.”

Firemen in San Francisco

Firefighters from San Francisco reported experiencing an array of unusual side effects after 5G equipment was installed in and around their firehouses.
“Symptoms reportedly included memory problems and confusion. The firefighters say the symptoms only stopped after they relocated to different fire stations without 5G devices nearby.” It’s not just the firefighters, either.

We are seeing babies dying in the womb as these transmitters are situated outside people’s bedroom windows. It’s a humanitarian crisis,’ Steele contended.”

This is scary.

Comment down below your thoughts about 5G and its benefits and harms.