5G and EMF Pollution, Dangers of Microwave Radiation
Is our technology really bringing us advantages or having it means paying for it with our health?
I just read a disturbing information on Microwave radiation. You might think, oh well, that small oven? It is not only your personal micro oven which is harmful, up to a radius of 20 m when in use, it is all this new technology of which most of the side effects long range are still unknown but already feared.
The modern life pollutions
In NaturalHealth Mr. Jeromy Johnson paints a grim future with his article.
He warns of the EMF pollution created by all these “new” things like 5G wireless antennas, cars which do not need a driver but brings you to your destiny, Internet sensors which need to be placed everywhere. He calls those cities “Smart Cities” but the question is what kind of people live there? Uninformed people, who trade their health for technology? Would you like that? I would certainly not like or want it.
It took me until the end of 2013 to accept a computer in my life. You might not believe this but I have a mobile in my handbag on off. About 3 times a year I might need it to make a call, like being late for an appointment or perhaps a problem with my car, but that is it. To be honest I would call this having entered the modern world with 1 toe but not more.
The dangers of smart cities
The Smart city is being pictured as an advance for humankind but little is said about how dangerous it will be to our health.
5G stands for “5th generation” wireless technology. At the moment our modern devices need the 3G or 4G technology which is a limited range of the microwave spectrum. Going to 5G will mean quicker downloads and programs go wirelessly instead of by cable.
It will also mean that at least 1 million new base stations need to be built which means that we, the people, are surrounded by an electromagnetic field which is not a natural state for the human body.
Mr. Johnson describes a picture of what our future homes will look like, much like a science fiction film I think.
We will have our houses protected by wireless security systems, toothbrushes, coffee makers and the like. This will increase the EMF pollution inside the house and at the same time, our personal data of all the devices will pass on to industry. Everything will be known about us and our privacy has gone down the drain.
A car without a driver
To be driven by a car and have this time to ourselves might sound good but for a car like that to function, it needs 7 different types of wireless technology. While sitting in the car or only being an innocent pedestrian nearby, these cars engulf us in their microwave radiation. I find all this very disturbing. All these new inventions might seem great but too often the price we pay for having these things is extremely high. We pay with our health.
The dangers of cell phones
There is an important study of the National Toxicology Program (NTP) which was made as one hoped to prove that 2G cell phones were not harmful. It was a shock to find the contrary as it was shown it causes brain cancer and DNA damage in rats. When you walk on the streets today most people you see are looking like hypnotized at their mobile phones or worse have it glued to their ear.
Apart from all the toxins in our food and the bad air we breathe another important reason people are not feeling well nowadays is the unhealthy environment we live in. When one is exposed to wireless technology headaches, tinnitus and sleep disturbance might be a constant state of being.
I do not think we are taking the right direction. There are many things you can do yourself to minimize the negative effects.
Keep your mobile phone on off when you do not need it, go back to normal landline telephones. Get rid of that unhealthy micro oven and cook again the traditional way. Do not accept a Smart meter in your house, they are not precise and on top bad for your health. Be informed, your health will thank you.
Here follows a TEDx talk of Mr. Jeromy Johnson.
The title is eye-catching: WirelessWakeupCall.
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