5G...a bit more tech
what this is:
Let’s start with some basics about 5G technology. The goal of 5G is to give us much faster processing speeds – but that requires us to utilise more bandwidth from the electromagnetic spectrum. The problem is that the current frequency bandwidths we are using are quickly becoming saturated. So, the idea behind 5G is to utilise the as-yet untapped bandwidth of the extremely high-frequency millimetre wave (MMW) between 30GHz and 300GHz, in addition to some lower and mid-range frequencies.
5G has been designed to support approximately 100 billion devices and will operate 100 times faster than our current 4G technology. And, it will provide download speeds of up to 10 Gigabits per second. Communication, for the first time in history, will be virtually instant.
In order to work efficiently the 5G infrastructure requires many smaller, barely noticeable, cell towers to be built much closer together. To enable 5G technology to perform optimally more input and output ports are needed for transmissions than 4G ever required. This means that 5G requires wireless antennas to be situated only a few feet apart i.e. on almost every lamp post and building in your neighbourhood. Adoption of 5G means that that there will be more signals carrying more energy through the high-frequency spectrum, with more transmitters located close to people’s homes and workplaces. In short, we will all be exposed to more potent RFR waves surrounding us wherever we go. And that means anywhere in the whole world.
The potential ramifications of being exposed to 5G technology include DNA single and double-strand breaks (which leads to cancer) i.e. 5G frequencies damaging the frequencies inside our human body cells by the disruption of our cell metabolism. Oxidative damage (which leads to tissue deterioration and premature ageing) increased blood-brain barrier permeability, disruption of brain glucose metabolism, generation of stress proteins (leading to myriad diseases) and melatonin reduction (leading to insomnia and increasing cancer risks). If this wasn’t bad enough, recent studies have shown that over ninety percent of microwave radiation is absorbed by the epidermis and dermis layers of human skin. In other words, the skin basically acts as an absorbing sponge for microwave radiation.
For important and current info on the science behind exposure to 5G please download this document by Martin Pall