June 01, 2020
from PhillipSchneider Website
With the quickness in
which it has been rolled out and utilized, many people have started
to question its long-term impact, both on the environment and our
After recording photographic and observational data, along with a measurement of electromagnetic radiation in the area, the scientists found that radiation did cause significant damage to nearby trees.
Also noted in the study is the fact that natural electromagnetic radiation emitted by the Earth and Sun does not have the same adverse effect as exposure to unnatural radiation, but most scientists seem uninterested in conducting further research on the topic.
In fact, this isn't the first study to conclude that wireless radiation has a harmful effect on plant life.
In 2010, researchers in the Netherlands conducted a study on the impact of Wi-Fi on deciduous trees and concurred that exposure led to signs of radiation sickness such as "bleeding and fissures in the bark," and a "lead-like shine" on their leaves.
In addition to its damaging effect on trees, wireless radiation is shown to cause adverse effects on humans as well.
...are some of the most pernicious results which can arise from excess exposure to Wi-Fi, according to a 2018 paper (Wi-Fi is an important Threat to Human Health) published in the Environmental Research Journal.
It is important to note that the dangers of wireless radiation are even more pronounced with 5G.
While the world waits under lockdown amid fears of Covid-19 making a harsher return, corporations are erecting 5G masts at record pace. Even more shocking, Elon Musk recently acquired the necessary approval to launch up to 42,000 satellites which will blanket the Earth in harmful 5G radiation.
However, making note of the incredible lack of safety testing being conducted prior to the implementation of 5G, Scientific American, the longest-running science journal in America, issued a warning about 5G stating directly in the title, "We Have No Reason to Believe 5G is Safe."
However, corporations keep rolling out newer and more powerful versions of these dangerous technologies despite evidence showing the harm they cause.
On the effect of wireless radiation on trees, the researchers write:
Concerned scientists and citizens have been sounding the alarm about the dangers that 5G and other wireless radiation pose for many years, but to no avail.
As research into the effects of these technologies on our health and environment remain underfunded and sidelined, it may take some time before we can appreciate their true impact.