5G

Hello, Good People!

 

I have been receiving a number of questions regarding 5G. I have needed to do some research to answer these questions, as this topic is out of the purview of my usual areas of interest.

 

A couple of places to go to get good overviews on 5G safety are Dr. Mercola’s website and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr’s website Children’s Health Defense.

 

First off, let’s explore what 5G is. 5G designates a specific frequency of electromagnetic radiation used to carry digital signals like those used for cell phone and WiFi. This spectrum of radio frequencies spans from the sub-6 GHz frequency range through the millimeter-wave frequency range that is 24.25 GHz and above.

 

In 1991 telecoms started using the 2G frequency range that allowed for texting capabilities in phones (up to 1.9 GHz). In 1998 3G was rolled out allowing for texting and internet access (up to 2.1 GHz). In 2008 4G was implemented allowing for texting, internet access and video (up to 2.5GHz). And, now 5G is being rolled out in large cities to enable texting, internet access, ultra HD and 3-D video and smart home applications (up to 95GHz).

 

 

So, what is the big deal about improved technology using higher frequencies of electromagnetic fields?

 

This is what I know. The telecoms industry and health and safety regulatory agencies are not providing clear, straight forward information on which we can make informed opinions or decisions about the subject.

 

The WHO/International Agency for Research on Cancer had classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as “possibly carcinogenic to humans” based on an increased risk for glioma, a malignant type of brain cancer associated with wireless phone use. [https://www.iarc.fr/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/pr208_E.pdf].

 

Interestingly, you will find conflicting information on the WHO.int website stating that “the only health effect from RF fields identified in scientific reviews has been related to an increase in body temperature (> 1 °C) from exposure at very high field intensity found only in certain industrial facilities, such as RF heaters.” [https://www.who.int/peh-emf/publications/facts/fs304/en/].

 

When something like this happens, it is time to put on your deerstalker hat and start sleuthing like Sherlock.

 

 

 


Where can you go to get some accurate data??? If you type in 5G or EMF into Google the first information you get supports the telecoms industry … you get information that says that RF/EMF fields are safe. But, wait, we know that isn’t exactly true!

 

I did some digging and found a very interesting article in Scientific American that points out that “more than 500 studies have found harmful biologic or health effects from exposure to RFR at intensities too low to cause significant heating.” [https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/we-have-no-reason-to-believe-5g-is-safe/]

 

“Numerous recent scientific publications have shown that EMF affects living organisms at levels well below most international and national guidelines. Effects include increased cancer risk, cellular stress, increase in harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes of the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being in humans. Damage goes well beyond the human race, as there is growing evidence of harmful effects to both plant and animal life.”[https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/we-have-no-reason-to-believe-5g-is-safe/]

 

“More than 240 scientists who have published peer-reviewed research on the biologic and health effects of nonionizing electromagnetic fields (EMF) signed the International EMF Scientist Appeal, which calls for stronger exposure limits.” [https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/we-have-no-reason-to-believe-5g-is-safe/]

 

“The scientists who signed this appeal arguably constitute the majority of experts on the effects of nonionizing radiation. They have published more than 2,000 papers and letters on EMF in professional journals.” [https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/we-have-no-reason-to-believe-5g-is-safe/]

 

 

OK … now we see why there are sooooo many people getting upset about the rollout of 5G in their communities without documentation of appropriate safety testing.

 

There really is something fishy going on here … think back to what I have pointed out about industry in my vaccine safety article … the tobacco industry used “science” to say smoking was not detrimental to the lungs, when tobacco smoke clearly causes cancer … the pharmaceutical industry uses “science” to tell us that vaccines are “among the safest medical products we use”, when vaccines clearly maim and kill a significant portion of the population who receive them [http://nessiji.com/newsletters/vaccines.pdf]. Here we go again with the telecom industry telling us that “there is no convincing scientific evidence that the weak RF signals from base stations and wireless networks cause adverse health effects.” [https://www.who.int/peh-emf/publications/facts/fs304/en/] … despite the fact that more than 240 scientists have over 2,000 published peer-reviewed papers in professional journals discussing the harmful effects of EMFs. 

 

In this 3 minute video by the International Scientist Appeal on EMF, Martin Blank, PhD of Columbia University makes an interesting point that “we are really all part of a large biological experiment without our informed consent.”

 

Informed Consent: permission granted in the knowledge of the possible consequences, typically that which is given by a patient to a doctor for treatment with full knowledge of the possible risks and benefits.

 

 

 

Now, let’s get into a more controversial subject, which several people have asked me about.

 

Is there a connection between 5G and coronavirus?

 

There is absolutely no way to tell. Heck, the telecom industry is already obfuscating basic information on the safety of EMFs, there is no way there will be any data available on 5G and the coronavirus.

 

I did do a little digging and yes, it is true what people are saying … in the US at least, the cities with the highest number of reported cases and deaths due to coronavirus do have active 5G networks. [I’ll paste the information below.]

 

But that means nothing as to a connection between 5G and coronavirus. These cities have high population densities … that is why they have 5G and that could also explain the elevated spread of the virus.

 

Is it possible that 5G could have an adverse effect on some peoples’ immune systems making them more susceptible to infections? Perhaps. But, we need a lot more information to come to that conclusion … and, there simply is no information available.

 

Beyond that, other people are making a connection between military crowd control weapons that use radio frequency millimeter waves in the 96 GHz range and the fact that the frequency of 5G extends up to 95 GHz. 5G frequency is very, very close to the frequency range that is used “to penetrate the top 1/64 of an inch layer of skin on the targeted individual, instantly producing an intolerable heating sensation that causes them to flee.” [https://www.rfsafe.com/5g-network-uses-nearly-same-frequency-as-weaponized-crowd-control-systems/] Check out this link to learn about the Active Denial Systems weapon used for crowd dispersal [https://jnlwp.defense.gov/About/Frequently-Asked-Questions/Active-Denial-System-FAQs/].

 

Yes, that information is alarming and suggests that the people who complain of EMF sensitivity are vindicated and that there may be more adverse health effects to long-term exposure to 5G radiation than the telecoms industry is publicly admitting.

 

 

To add to the intrigue, social media (a sector of the telecom industry) is censoring the sharing of information regarding 5G safety, links of 5G to coronavirus, information linking the use of vitamin C to treating coronavirus and information regarding vaccine safety.

 

 

 

I think that we can all agree that if there wasn’t something devious going on … then these industries would participate in honest, curious discussions that lead to co-creative solutions. Because information is actively being suppressed, we can only come to the logical conclusion that the telecom industry is purposefully hiding information regarding the adverse health effects of 5G.

 

I hope this information is useful to you. As always, email me with questions.

 

 

Stay Smart … Do Your Own Research and Fact Checking … when something looks/feels suspicious, but you can only find information that supports one narrative, start talking with other people about it and see what pops up in your discussions. 

 

Remember, You are Loved.

You Are Love.

 

Cheers! 🌷🍀🌷
V a n e s s a H e n d l e y
Naturopath NTP LMT 

 

PS: you may want to check out the following website for more information: https://the5gsummit.com

https://the5gsummit.com/reg-thank-you/ : expert early release talks available prior to the launch of the 5G summit

 

 

Top States with The Most Widespread Coronavirus according to CDC:

 

New York 224,438 cases – T-Mobile and ATT 5G

New Jersey 78,467 cases – Verizon 5G

Massachusetts 34,022 cases – T-Mobile 5G

Pennsylvania 29,442 cases – T-Mobile 5G

Michigan 29,952 cases – Verizon 5G

Illinois 27,575 cases – Verizon and T-Mobile 5G

California 27,529 cases – T-Mobile, ATT and Verizon 5G

Florida 24,066 cases – ATT 5G

Louisiana 23,118 cases – ATT 5G

Texas – 17,371 cases - T-Mobile and ATT 5G

Connecticut – 16,809 cases – Verizon 5G

Georgia – 16,658 cases - T-Mobile, ATT and Verizon 5G

 

 

Lists of US Cities where 5G networks are up and running – using CoVid-19 data from 4/17/20 on the CoVid-19 Dashboard by Center for Systems Science and Engineering and indexmundi.com and Google for poverty rates:

 

VerizonAtlanta (1,945 cases – 66 deaths, 21.6% poverty rate), Chicago(18,087 cases – 722 deaths, 19.5% poverty rate), Denver (1,549 cases – 63 deaths, 13.8% poverty rate), Detroit (13,002 cases, 981 deaths, 36.4% poverty rate), DC (2,350 cases - 81 deaths, poverty rate 17.4%), Huston (4,306 cases, 63 deaths, 20.6% poverty rate), Indianapolis (3,320 cases, 164 deaths, 20.1% poverty rate), Los Angeles (10,895 cases, 457 deaths, 19.1% poverty rate), Minneapolis (706 cases, 52 deaths, 20.7% poverty rate), Phoenix (2,264 cases, 64 deaths, 20.9% poverty rate), Providence Rhode Island (2,401 cases, 3 deaths, 26% poverty rate), Sacramento (879 cases, 32 deaths, 19.8% poverty rate), St. Paul (177 cases, 9 deaths, 19.9% poverty rate), Hoboken (9,165 cases, 365 deaths, 10.4% poverty rate), Hartford (2,859 cases, 243 deaths, 30.5% poverty rate) and New Haven (4,163 cases, 214 deaths, 25.6%poverty rate)

 

ATTAtlanta (1,945 cases – 66 deaths, 21.6% poverty rate), Austin (1,029 cases – 18 deaths), Charlotte (1,098 cases – 21 deaths, 14.9% poverty rate), Dallas (2,066 cases, 50 deaths, 20.5% poverty rate), Huston (4,306 cases, 63 deaths, 20.6% poverty rate), Indianapolis (3,320 cases, 164 deaths, 20.1% poverty rate), Jacksonville (776 cases – 14 deaths, 16.4% poverty rate), Las Vegas (2,625 cases – 121 deaths, 15.8% poverty rate), Los Angeles (10,895 cases, 457 deaths, 19.1% poverty rate), Louisville (600 cases, 56 deaths, poverty rate 16.6%), Nashville (1,307 cases, 19 deaths, 14.6% poverty rate), New Orleans ( 5,847 cases, 302 deaths, 18.6% poverty rate), New York City (123,146 cases - 11,477 deaths, 18.9% poverty rate),  Oklahoma City (497 cases, 22 deaths, 17.1%) Orlando (1,114 cases – 21 deaths, 15.5% poverty rate), Raleigh (557 cases, 3 deaths, 14% poverty rate), San Antonio (918 cases, 37 deaths, 18.6% poverty rate), San Diego (2,087 cases, 63 deaths, 13.8% poverty rate), San Jose (1,833 cases – 69 deaths), Waco (74 cases, 4 deaths, 26.8% poverty rate)

*AT&T's 5G network is only available for select business and developer customers for now

 

 

Sprint & T-MobileAtlanta (1,945 cases – 66 deaths, 21.6% poverty rate), Chicago (18,087 cases – 722 deaths, 19.5% poverty rate), Cleveland (1,331 cases – 42 deaths, 36.2% poverty rate), Dallas (2,066 cases, 50 deaths, 20.5% poverty rate), DC (2,350 cases - 81 deaths, poverty rate 17.4%),), Fort Worth (1,093 cases, 34 deaths, 16.9% poverty rate), Houston (4,306 cases, 63 deaths, 20.6% poverty rate), Kansas City (389 cases, 12 deaths, 16.5% poverty rate), Los Angeles (10,895 cases, 457 deaths, 19.1% poverty rate), New York City (123,146 cases - 11,477 deaths, 18.9% poverty rate), Phoenix (2,264 cases, 64 deaths, 20.9% poverty rate), Boston + Cambridge (6,820 cases, 164 deaths, 20.5%  rate), Chicopee + Holyoke + Springfield + West Springfield and Worcester (2,503 cases, 84 deaths, 21.2% poverty rate), Philadelphia (8,045 cases, 264 deaths, 24.5% poverty rate)

 

 

 

 

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