Radiation Nation: The Dangers of 5G
Opinion: New Normal Series
Given the huge disparity between the elite version of the truth and reality itself, it has become necessary to proof test pretty much everything they come out with, particularly when there are specific aspects of an issue that already give pause. As a general rule of thumb, if somebody like Bill Gates is in favor of something, it would be sensible to be be instinctively against, unless and until proven otherwise. Everything the man does, even under the aegis of philanthropy, is of financial benefit to him while simultaneously being of detriment to somebody else. Which brings us to 5G.
We are serenaded with evidence free assurances that we are in desperate need of an upgrade in technology, when it seems much more likely that the elites have bet the house on its successful implementation in service of their own ends. The Internet of Things and the Fourth Industrial Revolution - I'll come on to them shortly – are not innovations that have been requested by the likes of you and I but, typically, are being imposed on us in a top down manner. We will allegedly get faster download speeds; Big Business will have the opportunity to access vast commercial benefits and it this that floats their boa. None of the many sources that I have researched for this essay waste any time waxing lyrical about the common man, but there's a lot of talk about SMART cities, AI and man/machine interfaces.
Does anybody know why it's necessary or desirable? Has that discussion ever been had in the public square? What are the dangers? Or is it just another example of the inexorable progress of technology, over which we have no control - despite the fact that it's entirely a consequence of human activities.
Is the argument that there isn't universal coverage and there needs to be? It's not clear to me why 5G is required in that scenario – just more 3G and 4G, presumably via satellite. And when did it become accepted that we all have to have internet coverage all the time? It's important to someone, obviously. But why? Firstly, a brief look at how we got here.
The first generation of mobile 'phones was simply call only. It wasn't until 2G, launched in 1991 in Finland, that digital 'phone calls and texts arrived on the scene. 3G was launched in 1998 and was, essentially, a faster version of 2G; it provided the first high speed mobile internet. As each generation succeeded the other, speed was enhanced and latency (lag time) reduced. 4G, released in 2008, further addressed the issues of reliability and congestion with a technology known as multi-pathing, whereby multiple antennae and receivers created several paths for a single transmission. There's also a 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) which is akin to a 4.5G. The advance in speed is dramatic; perhaps 5 to 7 times faster than 3G.
The radio frequencies utilized by 4G are to be found at the lower end of the spectrum, where the radio waves themselves are relatively widely spaced but more penetrative. 4G LTE occupies frequency bands from 450 MHz to around 2300 MHz (2.3 GHz), although some go as high as 6 GHz. Nonetheless, while 4G frequencies have impressive reach, they are located in a fairly narrow band. This relative lack of capacity does not sit well with the globalists or the techies. They have a vision that will require far greater bandwidth; this may or may not be the same vision as the one they are currently hawking.
In yet another classic case of working backwards from an objective, shoehorning in evidence that works and ignoring anything that doesn't, we find ourselves rushing headlong into the world of 5G without ever really understanding how it happened. That's not to say that we had any say in previous iterations of mobile 'phone technology; we didn't. It just arrived, unbidden. But, whereas 1G was stand alone and 2G to 4G were all versions of the same tech, which was gradually refined and enhanced, 5G is a different beast entirely. Or, more accurately, of the three types of 5G, the C band frequencies will require an entirely new infrastructure, as I shall demonstrate.
The elites have decided that what we need in this modern age is an Internet of Things (IoT). A subset of the IoT is the Internet of Bodies (IoB). The adoption of the IoT will be part of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. All these concepts spring from the mind of that latter day Blofeld, Klaus Schwab, over at the World Economic Forum (WEF). Apparently, the Fourth Industrial Revolution refers to a process that blurs the lines between the physical, digital and biological. In practice, this involves a dash of transhumanism; man and machine meshing to produce enhanced humans. It all sounds a bit out there, doesn't it? Except that matters are nearly always further advanced than we realize. Elon Musk was talking about his brain chip implant - “It's like a Fitbit in your skull.” - two years ago.(1)
The IoT is a much more than that, though. According to Price Waterhouse Cooper (PwC), it's all about SMART cities, automation and driverless cars. It's also about delivery drones (delivering items that you've rented, not bought, because we'll own nothing and be happy), micro-sensors in all sorts of unlikely places, biometrics, remote health services, you name it – anything that can realistically done by a robot and an algorithm. And because this is the vision, bandwidth requirements are going to be enormous. Therefore, we need more of them.(2)
Seemingly nothing is beyond the reach of automation:
“In collaboration with the World Economic Forum, PwC examined an aerial intelligence company that realised improved operational and corporate asset management through enhanced use of the cloud to transform aerial and ground imagery data into actionable insights.”(3)
I think they're trying to talk about drone management of agricultural land, although they could equally well be referencing aerial surveillance of us – it's not easy to penetrate the opaque language, but perhaps that's the point. In any event, things are moving swiftly. In China (naturally), there are now vending machines that use 5G powered facial recognition to open the machine and then remotely charge someone for what they've purchased.(4) How remarkably convenient. And that's the point. We must all know people who will think that this is cool, just like they think that paying at the checkout with their watch or their 'phone is cool, while paying no heed to how the technology might also be used.
The IoB, while sounding even more outlandish than the IoT, is already amongst us. Included in the definition are items like SMART watches, fitness trackers, insulin delivery systems and digestible sensors. The idea is that these devices must either have the ability to gather health, behavioral or biometric data or alter the body's functions. There's the hardware, a network, back end infrastructure and user apps.(5) The optimum end result is a Body Area Network (a BAN), which is a network of wearable computing devices. The techies envision a world where the IoT and the IoB interact with each other:
“All of this would create next-gen cyber-physical systems where connected thermostats feed off data collected through sensors embedded into smart apparel, automatically adjust their temperature settings, and notify an endocrinologist if glucose concentration in your sweat goes up.”(6)
It may sound a little too much, but it's actually just around the corner – all of the tech required to set up arrangements like these already exists. But the bandwidth that would be necessary to carry the data of the myriad devices envisioned by the elites is vast; 4G isn't going to cut it. And so, with impeccable logic, 5G must be summonsed into life.
There are three main frequency bands in the 5G spectrum. How were these bands arrived at? Well, the International Telecommunications Union (a UN affiliate body), just came up with them, seemingly at random and with unseemly haste, as we shall see later in the piece.(7) As it stands, the sub 6 GHz band incorporates two of the three. The range between 600 MHz and 2.4 GHz is very similar to 4G's operational range, but will achieve slightly better speeds (allegedly) and more density, thus catering for many more users. For reference, the term bandwidth usually refers to the amount of each frequency allocated to a specific network, which is between 50 MHz and 100 MHz at lower frequencies. These frequencies are good for a wide coverage and outside to inside buildings functionality.(8)
The medium range, between 3 GHz and 6 GHz, will offer moderate coverage and a range of around two miles. This is the band that will be rolled out first.
But it's the third band (the C band) that is the most problematic. This spectrum is currently between 24 GHz and 52 GHz; the US has auctioned off the 37 GHz, 39 GHz and 47 GHz bands and, worldwide, the 26 GHz, 28 GHz, 39 GHz and 41 GHz bands are being used.(9) Upwards of 30 GHz, the radio waves are in the millimeter range; in other words, they're coming thick and fast. At 1 GHz, radio waves are 300 mm apart; at 10 GHz the distance is down to 30 mm and at 30 GHz, the gap is 10 mm. Licensing bodies - such as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the US – have announced that frequencies up to 300 GHz will be available.
The more frequent the waves, the more data that can be carried, which is a necessity if the IoT is to reach its full potential.(10) There is, however, a trade off. While the lower frequencies have the ability to penetrate solid structures, the higher frequencies often don't. Thick dense surfaces like concrete and wood are a problem and so the infrastructure has to be much closer together. Depending on the frequency, it's possible that cell towers and/or mini antennas will need to be atop every lamppost or power pole. While this will mean much faster download speed and reduced time lags, there are downsides. Big downsides.
We are already immersed in a soup of electrosmog. WiFi routers use the same frequency as microwave ovens, albeit transmission density is much lower.(11)
However, our exposure is near constant and the longer waves in the 2.4 GHz range can penetrate the body and cause cell damage. Cell phones and SMART meters operate in the 900 MHz to 2.8 GHz range – the lower end of that frequency can penetrate even deeper into the body, especially so when pulsed as with the meters.
Then we have Bluetooth devices, activity trackers and the like, plus the existing 2G, 3G and 4G infrastructure. All emit radiation and radiation and humans do not go well together. That can be said with certainty, but we don't know the full extent of the damage because nobody has ever bothered to find out. There are no scientific studies showing that exposure to 3G and 4G radiation is safe. The only regulatory standards apply to short term exposure and the possible thermal effect on the skin and, as such, the radiation levels they recommend are far higher than is safe for longer term exposure.(12) Scientists know this; 180 of them from 35 countries wrote an open letter saying just that.(13) Even the WHO classified radiation from radio frequencies a potential carcinogen.(14) And studies have shown a link between Radio Frequency Radiation (RFR) and diabetes.(15)
We know that any frequency above 53 GHz produces EMFs (electric and magnetic fields aka radiation) that impact heart variability, which can lead to arrhythmia. We know that mice who were subjected to prolonged exposure to low range 5G frequencies (900 MHz to 1.9 GHz) suffered measurable DNA damage and an increased incidence of brain and heart tumors.(16) It's also been established that at 60 GHz, in a wet environment, over 90% of the power penetrated the dermis layer of the skin, causing problems with pH balance, hormone balance and the retention of moisture.(17)
We know that a 5G network doses individuals with the equivalent radiation level of an airport scanner. What isn't known is the long term impacts. The studies that do exist with regard to cell 'phones specifically, show that the heaviest users have a significant risk of developing cancerous tumors.(18) As a general principle, it's a given that higher radiation due to higher frequencies is a bad combination, but that is exactly what we're going to get, because the higher frequencies are vital if SMART cities are to work. And America alone will need 800,000 antennae to achieve universal coverage.
This will entail mandatory exposure, with no informed consent:
“You will not be able to walk down a sidewalk without being continuously exposed to elevated levels of EMFs. EMFs cause cancer in both humans and animals, interfere with human reproduction and triggers a syndrome of electrohypersensitivity in some individuals, characterized by headache, fatigue and cognitive dysfunction.” Dr. David Carpenter, Director of the University of Albany’s Institute for Health and the Environment (19)
It will be a live experiment, conducted in the absence of any definitive long term health data – does that sound familiar? The first (and only) study on the effects of 5G street architecture was conducted in Sweden. A 5G base station replaced a 4G base station on the roof of a house; there was a consequential sharp rise in radiation and the appearance of symptoms in the occupants below. These were commensurate with Microwave Syndrome – dizziness, headaches, fatigue and memory and concentration problems:
“Measurements before and after the installation of 5G on the roof showed that 5G caused a massive increase in radiation in the apartment. Before 5G, there were already base stations for 3G or 4G in the same place directly above the apartment, but switching to 5G technology led to an increase in radiation from 9,000 microW / m2 to a maximum of 1,690,000 microW / m2.”(20)
The difference in radiation exposure is enormous. I don't know whether the base station was high frequency or not, or whether it was pulsed. Higher frequency 5G that is pulsed (in order to carry more information) is much more dangerous that 3G or 4G.(21)
Disconcertingly, there are yet more warning signs. The US military (and the Australians, as well as others in all probability) have developed what they called Active Denial Systems (ADS), or directed energy non lethal weapons systems.
Figure 1 Active Denial System
They are akin to a targeted microwave oven and have an immediate skin burning effect up to a kilometer away.(22) Allegedly, they cause no permanent damage, due to the fact that they are non-ionizing – they don't have enough energy to cause disruptions at the cellular level.(23) The interesting part is that they operate at 95 GHz, which is in the millimeter range; just like 38 GHz, which will be used fairly widely for 5G. The 60 GHz range has already been sold and other higher ranges are going to become available. Why would these ranges be viable for 5G, given the effect of ADS?
As we might expect, it isn't just human life that is affected. The birds and the bees are damaged, the birds through illness and the bees via reproductive problems. It's reasonable to assume that other animals will likewise suffer. Plant life also declines.(24) So, as well as making ourselves sicker, 5G radiation will also impact the planet's ecosystem.
That might actually be part of the plan, given the fact that our rulers are intent upon ensuring that our access to real food is compromised in order that they might coerce us into subsisting on fake foods manufactured in a lab. What is startling, however, is the hypocrisy. They say that cutting meat from our diets is all about saving the planet from global warming, because animals emit so many greenhouse gases, and yet they rush headlong into the imposition of worldwide 5G coverage knowing that:
5G base stations typically use at least twice as much energy as a 4G base station.(25)
A 5G cellphone will use at least 20% for energy that one that is configured for 4G only.(26)
Overall energy usage on the internet network will be up by at least 150-170% by 2026.(27)
This is on top of Gates' heavy investment in expanding the Cloud between 2012-2015, which resulted in a carbon footprint which is the equivalent of an extra 4.9 million cars on the road. There is, though, a perverse reassurance; when the WHO, Bill Gates and the WEF are mixed up in something, it's a sure sign that things are not as they seem. It also reinforces a conviction I have held for some time; the climate change movement, for the elites, is merely a means to an end. They don't believe that the world is in imminent danger of succumbing to runaway global warming and they never have. That's why they're happy to use as much energy as they need, as long as it serves their purposes and nobody important draws attention to their inconsistency.
There is no such thing as a secure system. SMART devices have been repeatedly hacked and, in an environment where a large number of devices form a home network, a hacker would only need to gain access to the weak link, the cheap micro-processor manufactured in China which resides in your toaster perhaps, and they have access to other devices too. There are also other possible weaknesses:
“These vulnerabilities may span a cumbersome software updates installation process, hard-coded and easy-to-guess passwords, the use of insecure or outdated software and hardware components, and a failure to encrypt data traversing the network, among others.”(28)
If the government can mandate the introduction of SMART cars with a kill switch controlled by themselves, then the technology to remotely control vehicles already exists. They can't have it both ways. Either cyber-crime and ransomware attacks happen, or they don't. And if they do, then there's no saying what devices can be hacked. It doesn't even have to be a hack – a denial-of-service (DoS) attack could have the same effect:
“A denial-of-service (DoS) attack is a type of cyber attack in which a malicious actor aims to render a computer or other device unavailable to its intended users by interrupting the device's normal functioning. DoS attacks typically function by overwhelming or flooding a targeted machine with requests until normal traffic is unable to be processed, resulting in denial-of-service to addition users. A DoS attack is characterized by using a single computer to launch the attack.”(29)
Universal 5G coverage would firstly enable the introduction of the IoT and also provide the network power necessary to undermine it. Problems could range from the minor to not be able to access your home, having your bank account hacked or your pacemaker tampered with, whilst at the same time exposing yourself to levels of radiation that are unknown but almost certainly dangerous. The more AI, algorithms and micro-processors feature in a life, the more control is surrendered.
Thusfar, whilst setting out the unacknowledged dangers of 5G, I have at least taken the elites at their word in one respect; that is, the reasons given for its deployment. Up to now, the worst that can be said for the elites is that their desire for a wholly technological future has obliterated any caution as to the probable side effects of the infrastructure that will necessarily be created in furtherance of that end. In effect, that's a variation on the smart v stupid debate that people have with themselves when they want to provide themselves with an excuse, so that they might pretend that the actions of the elites don't demonstrate malice aforethought; the excuse being that those that rule over us are stupid. But what if they're not? And what if, as has been demonstrated in other situations (such as the Ukraine war, the pandemic and the manufactured panic over global warming), the stated reason for action is a lie? In this case, what if the implementation of the IoT is not the primary reason for 5G? Or, from a slightly different angle, what could they also do with high frequency 5G?
Well, starting off gently, there is Gates' medical tattoo which is absorbed into the skin.(30) The medical profession prefers to refer to it as an epidermal electronic system (EES) and they've been in use since 2011. They bear similarities to pet microchips and, presumably, could be utilized in the same way, provided sufficient bandwidth was available. What could that lead to? It's not difficult to envisage some possibilities:
“This microchipping method is a way to ensure that all of us are eventually microchipped and able to be tracked and monitored. Soon everyone will be required to wear chips or ‘tattoos’ that prove they got their vaccinations, to link to health records, credit history and social security records.”(31)
This despite the fact there are multiple studies linking microchips emitting radiation to cancer in mice and rats, which doesn't seem to be altogether surprising. However, the medical establishment (in concert with the state) have already demonstrated a desire to track us with contact and trace apps and 'vaccine' passports, so doing so via an implantable device that already exists doesn't seem to be that far fetched. Or how about SMART dust?
“Smart dust refers to wireless networks of sub-millimeter-scale autonomous computing and sensing platforms not larger than a grain of sand. Smart dust senses and records data about its environment such as light, temperature, sound, presence of toxins or vibrations, and transmits that data wirelessly to larger computer systems.”(32)
How would we even know that it had been deployed? The temptation to circumvent consent in this fashion is going to be overwhelming with the totalitarians. Or, more plausibly (for now), how about the role of 5G in activating graphene oxide in the body? We know that graphene nanoparticles are used in cancer treatments; they are injected into cancerous tumors and then irradiated. The nanoparticles then burn out the adjacent cancer cells.(33) It's not the only time graphene oxide has been found in the body – there are now many studies documenting graphene in the Covid 'vaccines'. When injected, graphene oxide has a particular affinity for those parts of the body which display high electrical activity; the spinal cord, the brain and the heart.
If graphene transistors have indeed been part of the 'vaccine' material, they could be activated by what is known as a field effect – an electrical field, just like 5G. Transistors are a simple design and work as either an amplifier of a charge or a switch. The current is amplified from one end of the transistor to the other.(34) By a strange coincidence, the highest frequency band (or electrical field) that has been found to work with graphene is 26 GHz; the precise frequency that is planned to make up the majority of the high frequency bandwidth across the developed world. Activated graphene in the human body would be a very bad thing. Nonetheless, by the end of 2021 at least 8 EU countries had assigned at least 50% of the 26 GHz range.(35) It will be the primary European range in the future.(36)
But it doesn't just have to be at high band 5G frequencies; there seems to be a relationship between the low band frequencies and illness also. 4G LTE also uses millimeter bands.(37)
Figure 2 5G and Covid
These bad effects are on top of the widely acknowledged detrimental effects of low level radio frequency radiation; there are 31 such reports at this citation.(38) These bad outcomes are the result of “disrupted immune function from exposure to low-intensity non-ionizing radiation (radiofrequency radiation).”(39) Matters are about to get considerably worse, if our elders and betters get their way. There will be:
“Massive constellations of … satellites in low-Earth orbit are being planned and manufactured that … will blanket the globe in low-latency, high-bandwidth capacity” in order to expand the reach of the global Internet to rural and remote areas and complement terrestrial 5G networks.”(40)
It's difficult to see how a universal roll-out of 5G, at whatever frequency, can do anything other than increase atmospheric radiation exponentially. There is one final health impact. Other metallic materials have also been found in vaccines, whether by accident or (sometimes) by design.(41) Mercury (in thimerosal) is still an ingredient in vaccines, even though it is known to be highly toxic.(42) Aluminium is also used as an adjuvant.(43) But these weren't the only metals found in vaccines, as one courageous study showed:
“Gatti and Montanari revealed, for the first time, what no one knew: Vaccines had more than aluminium salts adjuvants, Polysorbate-80, and other inorganic chemicals in them, they also harbored stainless steel, tungsten, copper, and other metals and rare elements that don’t belong in shots given to fetuses, pregnant women, newborns, babies and toddlers developing their lungs, immune and nervous systems.”(44)
I don't believe you have to be a scientist to grasp the fact that metals in a human body combined with unavoidable exposure to a radiation soup, especially one which includes pulsed, high frequency radio waves, is a bad combination. Nor does it take a genius to understand that if I can work it out, so can the elites. And yet, on we go, with gay abandon. The regulatory bodies in both the US and the UK are keen to do away with any impediments to our glorious interconnected future. In recent months, they have implemented new guidelines that speed the deployment of small 5G cells and antennae, riding roughshod over existing rules that sought to embed safeguards into the approval process.(45)(46) There is no valid reason for this expedited process, other than their desire to advance into 5G world as swiftly as possible.
The story of 5G shares some startling similarities with the imposition of the Covid 'vaccines', not least in the respect that no effort has been expended in gathering safety data and what studies that do exist on the effects of radiation demonstrate that there are inevitable health risks. How could there not be? Radiation is not our friend and adding to the array of sources already in existence will not result in healthy outcomes. This is particularly so because 5G's usefulness is predicated on the use of bands at the dangerous end of the spectrum.
“The current plan with regard to 5G is to put out tens of millions of 5G antennae all over the EU, all over the US, all over many other parts of the world, such that we will be irradiated almost continuously no matter where we go. And the current plan is to do that without even a single biological safety test of genuine 5G radiation. This is absolutely insane.” Professor Martin Pall, Professor Emeritus (47)
There are over 1,500 studies that demonstrate the biological and health impacts of radiation via electro-magnetic fields at levels well below most national and international guidelines.(48) Regimes are paying no heed. They are, instead, moving forward at breakneck speed. For example, it appears that they hadn't even considered the effect of blanket 5G coverage on aircraft. It transpires that the radio frequency disrupts the altimeter on many modern jet liners; so much so, that several fleet carriers cancelled operations at numerous US cities. Authorities have temporarily halted 5G installation near airports, but only until July 2023. There is no current prospect of a solution being found by then.(49) If there are problems with ground based 5G, I imagine that 5G beamed from a satellite would be even more problematic. I don't believe that regimes will care overmuch, as they don't want people flying anyway. Climate change, you see.
Looked at in the round, a familiar pattern emerges (on the one hand) and some disturbing new possibilities present themselves (on the other). It is no longer a surprise to find that the regulatory bodies that are supposed to protect us are, instead, captured agencies that nod through industry innovations with the minimum of oversight and no little corruption. The FDA's malfeasance is well documented – with the Covid 'vaccines latterly, but also with other outrages dating back decades. However, this time it's the FCC's (and their European counterparts') turn in the spotlight and it turns out that they are also an utter disgrace.
As ever, it's what they could do that should occupy us, not what they say they're going to do. 5G will provide the necessary bandwidth for all encompassing surveillance via digital ID, facial recognition and other already developed technologies. It will enable the introduction of Central Bank Digital Currencies. If graphene and other metals are in the Covid 'vaccines' (and quite possibly in other vaccines, also) then 5G activation – particularly in the higher frequencies – will result in more adverse events and premature deaths. And for the record, graphene is known to be a favored material in the 5G revolution; it's already being used to connect devices as disparate as coffee machines and self-driving cars to the internet.(50)
It's worth recalling that some of the high priests of the globalist elites are also firmly of the opinion that there are too many useless eaters as it is:
“The biggest question in maybe in economics and politics of the coming decades, will be what to do with all these useless people. The problem is more boredom, and what to do with them, and how will they find some sense of meaning in life, when they are basically meaningless, worthless.”(51)
So says Yuval Noah Harari, one of the brains behind the WEF. With beliefs like that, what price a covert campaign to cull some of them? Because the bottom line is that radiation is bad for humans – if 5G is fully implemented, we will find ourselves in very dangerous territory.