Did the 5G cause the corona virus pandemic?
Respected scientists, researchers, doctors, and activists have been warning us about the dangers of wireless radiation and electromagnetic fields.
Dr. Robert O. Becker wrote in 1985:
“The dangers of electropollution are real and well documented. It changes, often pathologically, every biological system [emphasis added]. What we don`t know is exactly how serious these changes are, for how many people. The longer we as a society, put off a search for that knowledge, the greater the damage is likely to be and the harder it will be to correct. (p. 304) 2
Wireless radiation from 1G to 5G have all emitted modulated “Radiofrequency (RF) electromagnetic fields (EMFs)” and there are literally thousands of studies showing biological effects from exposures to man-made electromagnetic waves, and out of these, hundreds showing biological effects on the immune system.
Dr. Robert O. Becker (1985) wrote of how the immune system is weakened by manmade electromagnetic fields via the induction of “subliminal stress”.
Dr. Martin Pall, Ph.D. (Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences, Washington State University) believes that 5G will be much more dangerous for the following reasons:
1. The extraordinary high numbers of antennae that are planned.
2. The very high energy outputs which will be used to ensure penetration.
3. The extraordinary high pulsation levels.
4. The apparent high-level interactions of the 5G frequency on charged groups presumably including the voltage sensor charged groups. 68
Keri Hilson, an American singer with 4.2 million followers on Twitter, on Sunday sent several tweets that attempted to link the coronavirus to 5G. She wrote: “People have been trying to warn us about 5G for YEARS. Petitions, organizations, studies…what we’re going thru is the affects of radiation. 5G launched in CHINA. Nov 1, 2019. People dropped dead.”
CNET.COM reported that a coronavirus is a type of virus that is spread from person-to-person contact. It doesn’t travel through something like radio waves. You can’t get it from using your phone or watching your TV. As CNET’s Jackson Ryan noted, coronaviruses belong to a family known as Coronaviridae. They look like spiked rings when viewed under an electron microscope and are named for these spikes, which form a halo or “crown” (corona is Latin for crown) around their viral envelope.