The price of 5G
When you hear the term 5G you probably think of faster internet and cellular speeds. But that could not be all it’s offering. From mind control to literally ripping your DNA apart and giving you cancer, some specialists and part of the general public object to the construction of 5G towers in their home countries.
According to mainline studies in Scientific American, cell phone frequencies can alter a person’s brain waves, which could make them think or act differently, and even cause insomnia in some cases after prolonged exposure. But that’s just generic cell phone transmissions. What’s so bad about 5G in particular?
A collection of research papers claiming that there is “some, but inconclusive evidence” of 5G health risks begins with an introduction by a senior editor calls for unbiased papers to be written, by groups with no special interests in the National Center for Biotechnology Information.
While most studies offer little evidence to support the claim that 5G causes significant health issues, a large number of these studies are funded by special interests and large industries.
5G can dramatically improve speeds, but everything comes at a cost. The only question is, how much are you willing to pay?