This is the latest scheme cooked up by the greedy telecommunications industry. It promises much faster bandwidth than the previous 3G incarnation, thereby providing lightning-fast mobile internet on your mobile phone or device (great for watching YouTube/Hulu).
Unfortunately, there is a major downside
to 4G technology (and all wireless technology that emits radiation
for that matter), and it comes as a cost to our health and
Corporations are obviously reluctant in these situations, as they know that researching side effects and informing the public will hurt their profit margins.
That is why we're not told anything
negative about new technologies, only how great they are and how
much better they are going to make our lives (How did I possibly
live without this before?!?!).
The contrived need to have internet access with us at all times
Cell phones used to be for making calls on the go. Eventually, text messaging came onto the scene, and that was the new craze. Now, 4G mobile internet and mobile video streaming is the new novelty.
Unfortunately, the bandwidth required for mobile internet and video streaming on a cellular device is greater than what can be provided over older, conventional 2G/3G cell phone tower networks.
So for 4G, there have been many new
high-powered cell towers erected around the world, with little
thought about the adverse effects that the addition of more
radiation-emitting technology will cause.
This is like the equivalent of having four cell phones in one device rather than one (tumor, anyone?). The mobile telecom industry is fully aware of the potential carcinogenic effect of their products, but instead of searching for ways to reduce the potential threat to public health, they are multiplying it.
This is just plain unethical business
Doctors have taken blood draws or saliva from patients, and determined in 2012 that one in three patients has radiation overload. In 2002, only one patient in 30 were radiation stressed.
In 300 patients with chronic health complaints, 138 of them were caused by radiation (from wireless internet or cell phone tech). These numbers have gotten worse with 3G and ubiquitous Wi-Fi hot spots around the world.
How bad are these numbers going to get
with the 4G/LTE network?
With Wi-Fi it took 96 hours, 3G took 72 hours, and with 4G the plankton died within 48 hours.
Since all living organisms ultimately escape the effects that unnatural radiation has on them, we must ask ourselves this: