My lead-lined phone case was retired soon after, but here we are again with multiple studies and reports from researchers that show how EMFs produced by the new wireless 5G infrastructure rolling across America may cause harm to living organisms. The research released is a three part review around 150 pages long from Johns Hopkins University and the University of Washington. Apparently the FCC didn’t do a complete study before giving the “green light” to roll-out 5G cell towers from coast to coast. Courts have now ruled that the FCC did not do enough to address facts or evidence connecting radio-frequency radiation to negative health effects.
So immediately we have an uphill battle just for wanting to know facts, causes and effects. Even with the Department of the Interior citing 5G issues with migratory birds and studies from universities, we have CNN in 2020 saying all the talk is a conspiracy and experts say not to worry. Okay, then show the proof that there is absolutely no harm being done by non-ionizing electromagnetic fields produced from 5G and Wi-Fi infrastructures. Below is a list of who or what can be effected:
Amphibians such as frogs, bats, bees, birds, cervids such as deer, cetaceans such as dolphins, insects, microbes, reptiles, seals, species of flora, humans and Boeing 777 planes at airports.
Seems like we the people have to show proof that harm is being done, but when reports are released, so too are the hounds of greed. Politicians and the media who hold the power have their narrative for making money broadcasted loud and clear. Meanwhile, regular people who ask questions and do studies are blocked out.
If the FCC did their job in the first place and was completely transparent, the world would be a better place. At this rate, all of nature and humankind may need a little more than my homemade lead-lined holster, so get ready for the sale pitch on CNN that all will be okay in your new lead-lined home.
I am sorry, I hate to be cynical, but I am tired of blatant incompetence by those who are supposed to be serving us the people. To LEAD, one must SERVE.
Bill Lauto, at GoingTrueGreen.com
International Sustainability and Energy Consultant
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