Apple has once again set the Internet abuzz over its recent market offering – the Airpods – not purely on account of its sleek and stylish design, but because of the associated health concerns in its technology. As a matter of fact, news reports circulated online regarding a signed declaration of over 200 scientists in more than 40 countries that warned about the risks associated with using wireless headphones, such as the Airpods.
The most immediate threat to life on this planet is the multiple plans to provide 5G from satellites. The major players, together, are planning to launch as many as 23,000 satellites into the middle of the most vulnerable part of the biosphere, which is the Earth’s magnetosphere.
Just a decade ago, 4G, the fourth generation wireless network, shook up the world speeding up data transfer and ensuring superior and uninterrupted mobile and internet connectivity. Now, the world is gearing up for 50 times faster 5G that will make wireless digital communication near seamless.
Vermont is fast tracking the placement of high frequency cellular antennas that emit a cocktail of radio wave, microwave, and millimeter wave radiation (5G or 5th Generation). These frequencies are shown to cause harm to fetuses, children, and adults in evidence-based studies but are allowed under antiquated and irrelevant FCC 1996 guidelines.
Fears surrounding mobile phone use and the possible effects of radiation on the human body are mounting. As Germany begins a new 5G network rollout, DW takes a look at whether this new technology is bad for our health.
Trump calls on the private sector to lead the charge in 5G innovation
Former U.S. Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez on President Trump’s 5G announcement and how the Trump administration is pushing for the private sector to lead the charge in 5G innovation.
Thankfully, President Trump Opens a New Window. announced last week that he opposes nationalization of 5G Opens a New Window.
In a courageous move to preserve local government control, Federal bill HR 530 was introduced January 14, 2019 in the House of Representatives by California Congresswoman Anna Eshoo, to invalidate the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) September 26, 2018 ruling to accelerate the deployment of 5G small cells throughout the U.S.
Verizon announced that its 5G cell towers will be turned ‘on’
for the first time in the US in parts of two cities, Minneapolis and
Chicago. Activist, Gary Gileno, points out that millimeter waves were
used as weapons by the US in war zones in the Middle East.
5G is coming, whether any of us want it or not. At least that’s the approach some states and wireless companies seem to be taking when it comes to the controversial fifth-generation wireless network. Wires and boxes now clutter Providence light poles and traffic lights, however, people in the area have no idea how they got there. Worse more, state agencies and major telecommunication providers refuse to respond to media inquisitions. Yes, 5G is quietly being installed in some of our cities with no accountability.