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The disappearance of the species

Scientists have made mobile radiation discoveries that should give us all poor night's sleep.

(PS. This article is machine-translated from Norwegian)

The telecommunications companies have high expectations for 5G – including "100 times greater speed". 5G will provide the "Internet of Things" infrastructure for all the world's smart services and a greener society. 5G will also provide new growth in communication volume. But research shows that the future cannot be wireless. The system strengthens particle cures that weaken cell-based life. We already know their effects from 2G, 3G and 4G, among other things by forming low frequencies that "ride" on the microwaves, thus opening a Pandora's box of effects. Research on two extremes – trees and fruit flies – is apt to demonstrate this, each in its own way: Trees are calm and unresponsive. Fruit flies can easily be researched over several generations.

Sick trees. In experiments, fruit flies were exposed to mobile telephony inefficient for seven generations. The finding is in line with the fact that men have impaired sperm quality by carrying a mobile phone in their pocket. This has cumulative effects that can only be verified when it is too late. Finds of ants and birds point in the same direction, with decorientering and neglect which in turn has the same consequence. Such observations have long been made around the globe.

In a study of mobile masts and tree health, 700 trees in the neighboring cities of Bamberg and Hallstadt were observed over a ten-year period (2006–2016). On the sides facing the mobile masts, the trees weakened within a few years. The leaves were yellowing prematurely, the peaks dead. Trees that stood in the radio shade of large apartment blocks, on the other hand, stayed far fresher. For further analysis, the researchers selected 60 diseased trees, 30 random and 30 that were poorly exposed. Only trees that had no other possible cause of damage were included. All the 60 sick trees were sick on the side facing the masts. The radiation level was relatively high, but still below ten thousand part of today's limit values. Only the trees exposed to mobile masts showed the pattern of damage on only one side. Among the 30 randomly selected trees, all the sick were relatively strongly exposed. In contrast, the vast majority of the weakly exposed group were also healthy, and no one had the one-sided picture of the 60 ill. The distribution of tree species reflected the tree types in the two cities: they were affected regardless of whether they were conifers or deciduous trees, garden trees or "wild" trees, and regardless of growth conditions.

The trees were sick on the side facing the masts. The radiation level was relatively high but below ten thousand part of today's limit values.

Insufficiently investigated. The finds in Bamberg / Hallstadt fit well with other discoveries of vegetation in different environments, on different continents and over a long period of time. We are facing very important research findings, with clear relevance to other life forms as well. The mechanisms appear to be largely the same for animals. The most important is probably that the particle bursts cause channels in the cell walls to open, so that the calcium balance in the cells is disturbed and various harmful oxidation processes are initiated. Since these are basic biological processes, the effects can be very varied – like the first kind of billiards. The limit values ​​primarily indicate the heating potential, but this is irrelevant to these reactions: Here it is largely about how the signals are sent. With 5G's frequency use, new damage potentials open up, now introducing millimeter-sized frequencies – which E. coli bacteria use to communicate with each other. Both these and other bacteria are essential for animal life.

5G has not been studied for health effects, except for a few trivial studies. Tom Wheeler, the head of the US Combination of National Communications Authority (NKOM) and the National Radiation Protection Authority for communications, blocked this last summer, and under Trump the decision will hardly be reversed. But scientists have long since provided knowledge that should give both environmentalists, the industry and the public administration poor night's sleep – even without the mobile on the bedside table.

Einar Flydal
Flydal is a pensioner with a background as a researcher and senior advisor in the Telenor Group and a university lecturer at NTNU.

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