Since 2018, 5G has become a buzzword causing quite a bit of stir in the world. How did we get to this 5th generation of cell phones? In the early 1980s, cell phones (1G) became available to the general public. Then, in the 1990s texting was added (2G). The third generation (3G) technology added internet access in the early 2000s. The fourth generation (4G) increased transmission speed along with app features. The fifth generation (5G) has much faster downloading speed along with the capability of data being extracted from a cell phone.
No Government Protection
Since the government is not offering education about harmful electromagnetic frequencies, everyone must take personal responsibility for protecting themselves from the harmful effects of these invisible high frequency transmissions. So, what can we do to stay protected?
- Use hardwired devices
- Reduce use of any wireless devices
- Increase distance from transmission sources
On a cell phone, turn off Bluetooth, data, notifications, and locator apps, which are all in constant transmission mode. The only safe setting is airplane mode. Use this during the night and when not using the cell phone.
The fourth generation (4G) phone signal typically has a 50 foot accuracy in locating a signal. The next generation (5G) is intensely stronger with accuracy levels to within three feet of detection. Wow, that’s incredible! The 5G signal tends to be on demand for its use, but the 4G transmission is constantly active at all times. When 5G is not available, signals will defer to using the 4G frequency.
Where are 5G Transmitters?
New 5G transmitters are rapidly being erected on cell towers, light poles, power lines, rooftops, on bus stops, under manhole covers, and transmissions are beamed by radar and satellites. These frequencies will be prevalent in urban areas with less saturation in rural areas. Time to move out of the city, perhaps. In time, these frequencies will cover all areas through satellite transmission.
Thousands of studies are available in the BioInitiative Report (2012) showing the biological effects from low-intensity EMF, including over 1,800 references, demonstrating immune system effects, neurological effects, cognitive effects and more.
Eye problems such as lens opacity in rats, which is linked to the production of cataracts, and eye damage in rabbits.
Impacted heart rate variability, an indicator of stress, in rats.
Heart rate changes (arrhythmias) in frogs.
Depressed growth and increased antibiotic resistance in bacteria.
Brain absorption of frequencies and concurrent dysfunction.
Brain and heart tumors in rats.
Probable carcinogenic factor for humans.
Read more about electromagnet frequency safety on the EMF Safety post.
For reducing EMF frequency harm, see the post Shungite for EMF Protection.
Find a wide variety of shielding devices at Less EMF.