My right thumb accidentally reported this comment. health issues. You seem to be arguing for an alternative arrangement with no oversight of practitioners, and total disregard for the scientific process, and presumably, distrust of any of the results of scientific enquiry. Sources outside the home: Emissions from publicly placed antennas and neighbours’ homes might be possible to shield against, but expert advice and metering is recommended to best help reduce exposures. I can chime in here as I was disappointed to only have a typically kitchen microwave at my disposal in my chemistry lab for my first undergraduate degree research where I decided, with support also, to review effects of microwave catalysis on the classic reactions. Kind of sad like Charles Proteus Steinmetz attitude and many others also that were very intelligent. So that’s that? The dielectric heating principle holds true for all non-ionizing radiation: the primary effect on the human body consists of affecting the dipole moment of molecules in our tissues, causing localized heating. The coax was coiled up and the tower antenna wasn’t hooked to anything yet he did get a visit from a I’ve read stuff that says that some people are sensitive to smart meters, or wifi or cellphones or whatever. It is a GPS on steroids. Naturally, it wouldn’t be science if this didn’t deter scientists from setting up controlled tests in which involved subjects who claimed to suffer from hypersensitivity. Knowing a little bit about physics I can tell you why they chose to avoid the testing. I don’t think weeding out the physically weaker and less intelligent humans is a good thing. Again, you have to know the gain of the receive antenna. Their beliefs are not rational. But, consider that dipole for 100 MHz will also work at 200, 400, 800, 1600 … MHz … So …. If your router puts out 100mW, it’s omnidirectional and very spread out. The “non-sufferers” had no effect., — Edward Snowden (@Snowden) March 5, 2019. The issue is that the brain doesn’t operate using logic – it works by association and heuristics – logic is just one procedure that one may learn. – I knew first-hand someone that lived in the country, and was affected by cell phones (headaches). By using our website and services, you expressly agree to the placement of our performance, functionality and advertising cookies. Different people’s systems can have different tolerances for different stimuli…. : Similar things happened in other countries. However, correlation does not imply causation. Why are they there? People seem to worry about inverse square law for a reason… that’s a good point… though how about adding some optics thoughts like highly concentrated focal points and not just a batch duty cycle., “What about the millions of short-range antennas”. NOTICE OF COPYRIGHT I’ll give you a C for trying to use physics to defend your nonsensical fears, but an F for completely misunderstanding the physics you’re trying to invoke. Concentrating 5G in beams ups its strength. That IS scary. Ignorance is something that I now have little tolerance for when people let it direct their lives. A lot of people end up being functionally illiterate, despite all the effort. Lol. Power vacuum tubes were operated and many kV anode-cathode potential, so they could generated X-rays. Even at 1600MHz, the half wavelength is orders of magnitude longer than the molecule the photon interacts with. Photons don’t need to be ionizing to have an effect on chemical reactions. Whilst such emissions were historically presumed to be biologically inert, and are still purported to be safe by many to this day, there is now highly credible evidence to the contrary. Using such accurate location information, 5G would be the first generation to benefit from localization in wireless network design and optimization [2]. Twenty-eight studies met the eligibility criteria and were included in this review. If I find it I will post a link. Non-ionizing radiation can also be quite powerful, and does have the power to alter the position of atoms in their orbit, but lacks the energy to completely displace, or ionize, them. The moral of the story, is don’t expose yourself to high RF fields. It’s a non-linear effect that kicks in at higher intensities. Radiation can come into contact with the skin, for example, when we put a 5G mobile to our ear to make a call. “Adverse Health Effects of 5G Mobile Networking Technology Under Real Life Conditions” identifies the wide-spectrum of adverse health effects of non-ionizing non-visible radiation and concludes that 5 G mobile networking technology will affect not only the skin and eyes, but will have adverse systemic effects as well. Consider the microwave oven, which produces non-ionizing EM radiation at roughly 2.45 GHz, a frequency that works well to affect the dipole moment of water molecules. Examples of ionising radiation are found in xrays and gamma rays. But his heart was in the right place (deep in his chest, well away from sources of radiation). All biology is chemical. noticed a circuit breaker off in a panel box and asked the owner if there was a problem. Ionising radiation is the type of radiation that carries enough energy to break bonds between molecules and ionise atoms. This article inspired me to read up on the claim that UV-A through UV-C range was non-ionising, but still caused damage. What feels “right” to the person has nothing to do with what they know is right – they will still react and behave in irrational ways as if nothing you told them had completely different meanings. The post includes a photo of a woman holding a sign which says, “Do you want to live in an airport scanner 24/7?” In molecules, the chemical bonds try to keep the dipoles oriented, so they form oscillators, and oscillators are resonant to certain frequencies. In those early experiments, they shined light at a metal slab. I think your arrogance and theoretical knowledge of physics have taken you away from common sense and good manners. Describing the effects of “some incoming energy at some frequency” on these myriad systems is not trivial. @Steven13: You have to treat the interaction of the electromagnetic field (which is not like a continuous fluid!) Is that really a rant ? Personally I dislike 5G because of the orivacy and teacking aspects, because wireless data in my country is ALWAYS capped (and the whole point of 5G is that tou’ll be encouraged to use MORE data!) It involves mass something that doesn’t scale with frequency. These limits are set well below levels at which harm to people may occur. By engaging and creating alternative narratives, they are able to take control into their own hands. Except if you use it to control the population in which case would be a very small price to pay given the capabilities. One of each pair had a working LEDs and the other had them disconnected. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. the bodies natural functions to heal properly. Regardless of the way dielectric heating works in the quantum level, the effect is the same: molecules and ions absorb energy into their rotation. Unfortunately, unlike in mathematics, science doesn’t deal with proof, only with evidence. Uh. The mind boggles. :) Just for grins and giggles. Anybody who is competent to grade someone else on their physics is easily capable of comprehending the subject and doing the arithmetic. A millimeter wavelength transmitter running at 1 kW would give you some pretty intense pain if you got close enough, probably before it left you with any significant tissue damage. Of course, I’m not naive enough to say “there can’t be any effect” but it surely does look like most of the plausible harms have been pretty much excluded. Technically, bioelectromangetics can elaborate on what all the human body and living systems are made of and all those components have some magnitude, and I’m thinking direction of, molecular energy associated; electronic, nuclear, transitional, rotational and vibrational clearly. Instead you get higher resolution screen, or a faster CPU, or (rarely) more internal memory. In this age of social media, others get the idea at the light speed of the internet, It was a _huge_ win for the role of government regulation in a competitive economy. How… How do we measure if it’s not broadcasting a MAC address or network ID? Sure not all the frequencies are harmful, but a lot of them are and you won’t know which area is using which. the range, they claimed, was good (120 feet) and good because of security: “WIN provides data security through the use of low-power 18-GHz signals, which lose strength if they pass through walls or doors.” (today’s reach: there may be more security if enough people get in the way of 5G signals, 18 GHz in the same W-band.). Things beyond ionizing and localized heating can/could easily still mess with the massively complex and many times delicately balanced systems, even if minimally noticeable such as you don’t sleep well or have trouble concentrating. The best advice thus is to use one’s cellphone only when it’s safe to do so, and avoid using it while driving or walking. Rev Environ Health. The frequency range of the 5G signals being introduced is within the non-ionising band of the electromagnetic spectrum and well below those considered harmful by the ICNIRP. Being able to quickly identify threats in one’s environment and figuring out how to react to these dangers is an essential survival trait. I don’t really agree where that paper author’s coming from. They already vote and reproduce, so a little better education in basic science might actually help. So, let’s take a tin foil hat leap of illogic and say that his use of computers, cellphones, microwave ovens etc. “Astronomical” doesn’t mean anything. Studies presumably are showing that radiation levels far below that of the ICNIRP (International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection) recommendations (PDF) cause an increase in various types of cancers. Unless you need one for a job, they’re better off for never using unless there’s an emergency. 9 Biolnitiative Working Group, Sage, C. and Carpenter, D, Editors (2012). modest one. Non-ionising radiation has lower frequencies and bigger wavelengths. Wake up, Sheeple!!). Reminds me of a comic stating gin (the alcoholic drink) is best as it is all 100% natural. Paid by the CIA, Secret Societies & US Billionaires, I was taught to lie, and betray and never tell the truth to the public. One energy pattern always effects the expression of another. Possibly, spree killings are also a symptom of individuals who feel they are insignificant and they see it as a way to take control. One of the best test I read about, used identical 4 routers. And while evidence can easily refute a theory, it can’t prove that something is safe — all science can do is rule out potential causes of harm. We recommend the identification of subgroups and exploring IEI-EMF in the context of other idiopathic environmental intolerances. Building on this hypothesis, telling someone the psychology of why they’re wrong or explaining why science deals in hypotheses and evidence are only going to contribute to them not listening to you. I guess an emotional person could say that logical types are too cold and calculating.