Experts warn about the effects of 5G electromagnetic waves on the human body


by alistairmcintyre

'Research on the effects of wireless technology 5G mobile radio waves (5G) on humans has been ignored,' warned scientists who have studied the effects of mobile phone electromagnetic waves.

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We Have No Reason to Believe 5G Is Safe-Scientific American Blog Network
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5G uses millimeter waves in addition to the conventional 2G to 4G microwaves. In 5G, it is necessary to install an antenna every 100m to 200m, and it is said that many people will be exposed to millimeter waves. According to researchers, millimeter waves are mostly absorbed within a few millimeters of human skin and by the surface layer of the cornea. And short term to this millimeter wave exposure ( Black ) Researchers argue that it can have detrimental physiological effects on the peripheral nervous system, immune system, and cardiovascular system.

by CreepCreep

More than 240 scientists who have published peer-reviewed studies on the biological and health effects of non-ionizing electromagnetic fields (EMF) have signed an international EMF scientist statement calling for stronger exposure limits. Scientists say, “Many recent scientific publications show that EMF affects organisms at levels well below most international and national guidelines. Includes increases, cellular stress, genetic damage, structural and functional changes in the reproductive system, learning and memory impairment, neuropathy, and adverse effects on human general well-being in both plants and animals The damage is far beyond humanity due to the growing evidence of harmful effects. ”

Researchers have pointed out that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) limits exposure to radio frequency radiation but ignores its signal characteristics. Researchers have argued that the biological and health effects of exposure increase due to certain characteristics of the signal, such as pulse and polarization, as well as the pattern and duration of exposure.

The World Health Organization's International Cancer Research Organization (IAR ) classified radiofrequency radiation as “possibly carcinogenic to humans” (PDF file) in 2011. Toxicity testing program (NTP) conducted in the United States has reported that the exposure of radio frequency radiation from mobile phones has increased cancer in male rats and damaged DNA in male and female rats (PDF file) ) announcement it is.

Based on studies published since 2011, including human and animal studies and mechanistic data, IARC has prioritized reviewing radio frequency emissions within the last five years. Many EMF scientists believe that radiofrequency radiation is carcinogenic to humans, and IARC is likely to change the carcinogenicity of radiofrequency radiation to a higher rank in the near future. It is.

by Republica

Scientific Amrican, a scientific media, said, “There is considerable evidence about the harmful effects of 2G and 3G,” says “the technology was 10 years ago because the US government has failed to fund this research. Even the effects of 4G exposure are hardly known. ' Scientific Amrican said that with the spread of 5G, various health problems such as neurological disorders and reproductive disorders as well as cancer could be considered as risks.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has informed the FCC that `` the FCC will not change the current standards without a formal risk assessment and a systematic review of the effects of radiofrequency radiation on health. 'We have reached the conclusion that it is not possible to do so,' he said, 'The NTP test results should not be applied to mobile phones,' and the FCC reconfirmed the electromagnetic wave exposure restrictions in 1996. In addition, the FDA acknowledges the adverse health effects of electromagnetic waves, saying that “scientific evidence obtained to date does not support adverse human health effects from exposures below or below current limits”. not.

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