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Saturday, 21 July 2018

Cities of the future that use 5G technology will increase public exposure to EMF pollution

Natural News: 5G, short for “fifth generation,” will greatly expand the range of microwave radiation used by consumer devices, including higher-end gigahertz range frequencies that have never before been publicly deployed. These frequencies travel much shorter distances than current 3G and 4G technologies and don’t penetrate buildings as well; but the places where they can reach will be much more saturated in EMF radiation.

The antennas that deliver 5G will also have to be much more plentiful and invasive in order for the network to function, requiring an estimated one million new base stations per carrier. This means that between Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint, Americans can expect to be bombarded with at least four million additional EMF radiators plastered throughout their neighborhoods – the long-term exposure to which remains largely unknown.

It’s all happening in the name of “progress” – but if 5G is so wonderful as its purveyors claim, then why are some legislators pushing new laws that would make it difficult, if not impossible, for local communities to “opt out” of the program? Senator John Thune, a Republican from South Dakota, reportedly introduced a bill recently, known as the “Mobile Now Act,” or S.B. 19, that would eliminate community say in where new cellular antennas are placed....Read More⇛