5G is the latest iteration of the wireless cellular network and promises amazing connection possibilities.
However, there are MANY concerns about the impact on our health. This article presents an objective perspective on the debate.
My belief is that cellphones, and all of the ElectroMagnetic Fields (EMFs) are like cigarettes in the 1960s – back then we believed cigarettes were probably not good for our health, but people weren’t dying. Today we know better.
My concern is that it will take many years to understand the negative health implications of all these EMFs on our body.
5G promises lightning-fast speeds and the ability to power new technologies like self-driving cars and advanced augmented and virtual reality experiences. But an undercurrent to all of the things we can do with 5G is concern about what 5G can do to us.
Mobile carriers throughout the world are racing to deploy this fifth generation of cellular technology. And the biggest cellphone makers are also readying their 5G handsets. President Donald Trump has made it clear that the US must not fall behind other nations, like China, in the effort to develop and roll out the technology.
But not everyone believes the US should be pushing full steam ahead.
There are concerns that the very high-frequency spectrum known as millimeter wavelengths used in early deployments to make 5G a reality could pose adverse health effects for the public.
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