You've heard of 3G and 4G, isn't 5G the same thing but faster?  The simple answer is no. 5G isn't the next generation after 4G, it's over a million times stronger.  Explore my research below, visit the links and watch the videos. If you agree that 5G is not something that's needed, particularly due to the health concerns, please sign the appeal. 


 What are the impacts of 5G and why should we be concerned? 

The millimeter waves to be used in 5G have been found to depress bacterial growth. The same things that can stifle bacteria could boost antibiotic resistance, worsen ear infections and asthma, and promote the growth of cancer.  Want a smartphone app to check your newborn’s diaper?  How about attaching monitors to your baby’s feet to track late-night breathing? All this and more are possible with 5G, providing you do not mind radiation-emitting antennas on, and in, you or your baby and unmatched opportunities for surveillance.  Wi-Fi Barbie, your TV and dishwasher  can spy on you, but also prepare to be held hostage by your smartpacemaker.  5G exponentially increases opportunities for ransomware and hacking.  You’ll also need to be prepared for a system of millimeter length microwave radiation linking thousands of 30’ tall antennas every few hundred yards and a surge in targeted ads based on what devices you use and when.
Why should we be concerned?  After all, there are undeniable benefits to national security and remote warfare.  President Trump — and those advising him on the health of our children — should ask who has decided (so far) to ignore a $25 million study from the highly respected U.S. government’s National Toxicology Program finding significantly increased rates of rare malignant cancers of the heart and brain in rodents exposed to wireless technology.  Among the various factors that could lie behind the puzzling rise of rectal cancers in young adults, and thyroid and brain cancer in those under age 20, we must consider the possible role of radiation from the cellphones (that act as a two-way microwave radios) many have carried in their pockets since childhood.
Curious why you seldom see birds sitting atop cell phone antennas?  Do you wonder why the largest tree branches adjacent to the Stilson fake-pine-tree antennas are dead, or why osprey have chosen not to nest next to the new Village Road installation?  So do I.
Israeli physicists Yuri Feldman and Paul Ben-Ishai found that the millimeter waves central to 5G technology uniquely penetrate the skin, concentrating in the sweat gland.This explains why at higher power, the U. S. Department of Defense is using millimeter wave systems for active crowd control because it makes people feel like their skin is on fire.  Researchers have also found they can be useful to treat some forms of disease.  
But what about normal people just trying to get to work, feed their families, and carry out the routines of daily life? What will happen if everyday and everywhere, all of us, the plants we eat, and the animals we love live in a sea of untested high-frequency radiation?
Some are raising concerns about how ugly thousands of new towers could look immediately in front of their high-end homes.  Others are asking whether the push to get rid of landlines simplifies the path to 5G. The federal government last year committed millions of dollars to ‘test’ the speed and get the kinks out of the system in the next few years.  But it did not allocate one penny to ask an even more basic question: what could this mean for the health and habitats of the charismatic mega-predators we so fondly watch, of the bees on which all agriculture depends, or of us?  In 2014, the U.S. Department of Interior criticized the FCC radiation guidelines as inadequate to protect wildlife, especially birds.
“The electromagnetic radiation standards used by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) continue to be based on thermal heating, a criterion now nearly 30 years out of date and inapplicable today.”
This summer, a European Union review body concluded that wireless radiation poses a credible threat to wildlife and plants.  
So what are we supposed to do?
If you want faster, more secure and safer connections,  demand what the Fiberhood folks at Googlehave done for St. Louis– build fiber-to-the-house, bypass the wireless component, and promote simple ways to rely on wired connections, even for our cell phones.
More than 250 experts in the field are calling for a global moratorium on the 5G buildout until we have information on the public health and environmental impacts. It is time to stand up for the health of our children and grandchildren and the movements of animals massive and minuscule.  Let’s ensure that communication systems protect public and environmental health for all creatures. Whether constructing bridges, buildings or networks, it’s far better to get it right now than to try to fix it later.
Taken from the Environmental Health Trust Website


Dr Brian Downing gives a talk about 5G and it's impact on the planet

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 EHS or Electromagnetic Hyper-Sensitivity  

 What is it and why does it matter? 

Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS) 

Founder of PHIRE (Physicians' Health Initiative for Radiaton and Environment) Medical Research
Advanced Trauma and Life Support Instructor and Instructor Educator for Royal College of Surgeons
Trustee, Radiation Research Trust
Medical Advisor, ES-UK
Board Member CPTF (USA)
Head of UK EMF and EHS Research Team

 The following article is Copyright © 1997 by Sarah Benson, with the exception of excerpts from the book The Structure of Scientific Revolutions by Thomas S. Kuhn, © 1962, 1970 by The University of Chicago and published by The University of Chicago Press. Reprinted by permission of Sarah Benson and The University of Chicago Press. 

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