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originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: Salander
5G does not cause radiation. LoL
Radiofrequency (RF) radiation, which includes radio waves and microwaves, is at the low-energy end of the electromagnetic spectrum. It is a type of non-ionizing radiation.
The latest biological research looking at potential effects of 5G radiation found no link between the technology and your health.
Its just something a lot of Scottish people say when they are having to repeat themselves, kind of for emphasis.
The leaders of Switzerland and a few other European countries have halted the implementation of 5G.
“The Federal Office for the Environment’s (FOEN) letter to the cantons does not contain any recommendation to stop the permitting of 5G base stations” the representative told MWL, adding: “Rather, it sets out how the cantons can proceed with the permitting of 5G and adaptive antennas until FOEN’s enforcement aid on adaptive antennas is available.”
How many is "so many?" More than before radar guns were in use? Did this occur everywhere the guns were in use?
People learned about radiation back in the 70's when so many police officers using early model radar guns for speed enforcement came down with testicular cancer.
originally posted by: Riffrafter
originally posted by: Bluntone22
a reply to: Terims
What frequency is doing all the damage?
It's a wide range and one tower doesn't broadcast on all of them.
"What's the frequency, Kenneth?"
1000 bonus points for the member that correctly answers where that line comes from.
Hint - there are actually two correct answers and they're related.
originally posted by: Kenzo
a reply to: Zaphod58
5G negative health effects go further than human skin.
Published Scientific Research on 5G, 4G Small Cells, Wireless Radiation and Health
Where they don't, that's probably what they should say.
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: Kenzo
And you know what almost all of those papers include? The words "seem to" "may lead to", "insufficient research", "more research is needed".
True. I'm very skeptical of the claims of issues with 5G due to low power levels, and the "skin deep" effect.
Radiation doesn't magically change how it interacts with the body because you call it 5G. Certain wavelengths don't penetrate the skin very well. That's not going to suddenly change because it's called something else.
That "release of biochemical molecules" link goes to what seems to be a speculative paper proposing a hypothetical substance it calls "s" which could be released by the skin cells to cause effects elsewhere in the body. I don't find that completely implausible, however to say "more research is needed" is an understatement when the mechanism can only be guessed at by hypothesizing a theoretical substance called "s".
The author confirmed that millimeter waves do not penetrate skin but act in a different way to cause systemic harm. This could be due to skin nerve receptors in the skin, or release of biochemical molecules, that could cause the observed diverse biological and metabolic effects.