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1) I am in the middle of a book that describes the chaos and horror that a cyberattack on the power grid could cause, with frequent detailed descriptions of the smeters’ role in such an event. The book is “Black Out” by Marc Elsberg. For those who use Kobo, there is an ebook available.
2) An excellent summary of 5G concerns, emphasizing the specific vulnerability of children to all EMR, but especially to milliwaves. An uncontrolled biological experiment and we are the guinea pigs.
The Dangers of 5G to Children’s Health
“… powerful 5G (fifth-generation) networks and technology are about to subject everyone, on a continuous basis, to unprecedented forms and amounts of mandatory irradiation—without prior study of the potential health impact or any assurance of safety. Considering that young people (with their smaller body mass and developing brains) are particularly vulnerable to radiation, the Environmental Health Trust has termed 5G “the next great unknown experiment on our children”—and the entire human population.”
3) Another concern re. 5G (if we need one) is the effect on fertility. Females are born with all the eggs they ever will have and, during gestation, they are subject to EMR by cell phones or wireless computers held on laps of mothers. Eggs could suffer irreparable damage realized only later. Even though sperm are produced on an ongoing basis, recent studies show that exposure to EMR can and does cause damage that can lead to reduced infertility. With 5G and the increase of EMR that will be “mandatory”, infertility is likely to increase as it has since the introduction of cell phones.
Will 5G Cell Phone Technology Lead To Dramatic Population Reduction As Large Numbers Of Men Become Sterile?
“…Using a cellphone, the scientists concluded, “decrease[s] the semen quality in men by decreasing the sperm count, motility, viability, and normal morphology.” Or, as Agarwal put it less formally, “semen quality tended to decline as daily cellphone use increased. Men who said they used their phones for more than four hours each day had the lowest average sperm count and motility and the lowest numbers of normal, viable sperm.”…
A study of 124,000 men visiting fertility clinics in Europe and the USA found sperm quality reducing by almost 2% per year.”
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.” ~ Albert Einstein