The issue with the 5G networks currently rolling out is their density. In order to support the "internet of things", they have to have transmitters in much closer proximity than 4G. So we are starting to see transmitters pop up everywhere, on residential buildings, in parks (disguised as trees), on the top of schools, etc. This increases the local intensity of the waves, in a way that is untested and unregulated by health authorities.
Why do they need transmitters in "closer proximity" (redundant) to support the internet of things? How are those two things related? Is that really at all the reason for the need for additional transmitters?
Wouldn't more localized transmitters actually *reduce* the needed signal amplitudes, since they now have less ground to cover per transmitter? Or is there more to it than that?
(Answers: You totally oversimplified and misrepresented what's going on with 5G.)
There are literally thousands of reports online from people with electrosmog readers who suffered sleep disturbances and mental health issues from wireless hydro meters being upgraded on their homes. When they opted out, their sleep got better. The governments are refusing to do the safety testing on this and we only have data on short-term, high intensity exposure (like being next to power stations). There is no long-term data in the U.S. on what can happen if someone lives near a lower intensity emitter for a long time.
There are thousands of reports online of people being abducted by aliens or seeing bigfoot. So what?
You seem to take claims at face value without applying any critical thinking.
The only way to know whether these people are truly affected (and not just psychologically so) would be to do controlled tests of them without them knowing whether they had a wireless meter installed nearby. As soon as they know there is or isn't one, they're subject to placebo effect influencing their sleep. The mere fact that these people purchased 'electrosmog meters' tells me that they're looking for something they don't understand. And when their meter indicates a signal - as it practically *always* will - they think they've found what to blame. They haven't.
You continue to demonstrate that you don't understand the concepts at play here.
We are basically guinea pigs right now.
If people say that EMF is harming them and removing it makes them feel better, then they should listen to that and not have to be called quacks by ignorant people. Our bodies are complicated and everyone has different sensitivities and needs.
I just got probed by an alien who claims to be King of England and also a pro basketball player. If you call me a quack, you're ignorant.