January 26, 2020 | connectiv.events


Isn’t it strange that the province in China, which was the first to use 5G networks and technology, has now become the center of a deadly virus that suddenly kills people on the street.

What if the deaths are not a virus, but a 5G cell breakdown that mimics the effects of a virus.

Exposure to 5G waves leads to … “Flu-like symptoms”.

Scientists warn of the potential serious health effects of 5G

In the following you will read a letter from 180 scientists and doctors on the subject of 5G that could support the above assumption.

here is the English version: https://ehtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/Scientist-5G-appeal-2017.pdf


September 13, 2017

We, the undersigned, more than 180 scientists and doctors from 35 countries, recommend a moratorium on the introduction of the fifth generation, 5G, for telecommunications, up to a possible risk to human health and the environment, by scientists who are independent of the industry are fully examined. 5G will significantly increase the exposure to high-frequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) in addition to the 2G, 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, etc. already exist for telecommunications. RF-EMF has proven harmful to humans and the environment.


5G leads to a massive increase in mandatory exposure to wireless radiation

5G technology is only effective at short distances. It is poorly transmitted through solid material.

Many new antennas will be required and full implementation will result in antennas being placed every 10 to 12 houses in urban areas, massively increasing mandatory exposure.

With the “ever more extensive use of wireless technologies”, nobody can avoid exposing themselves to exposure.

Because, in addition to the increased number of 5G transmitters (also within homes, shops and in hospitals), it is estimated that “10 to 20 billion connections” (on refrigerators, washing machines, surveillance cameras, self-driving cars and buses, etc.) are becoming part of the Internet of things. All of these together can cause a significant increase in the total long-term RF EMF exposure of all EU citizens.


Harmful effects of RF EMF exposure have already been demonstrated

More than 230 scientists from 41 countries expressed their “serious concerns” about the increasing exposure to EMF, which is due to electrical and wireless devices even before the planned 5G expansion. They refer to the fact that “numerous recent scientific publications have shown that EMF affects living organisms at a level that is far below most international and national guidelines”. Effects include increased cancer risk, cellular stress, increased free radical damage, genetic damage, structural and functional changes in the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative effects on the general well-being of humans. The damage goes far beyond the human race as there is increasing evidence of harmful effects on plants and animals.

After the scientists’ appeal was drafted in 2015, further studies have convincingly identified serious health risks from RF-EMF fields in wireless technology. The world’s largest study ($ 25 million), the National Toxicology Program (NTP), shows a statistically significant increase in the incidence of brain and heart cancer in animals that follow EMF guidelines under the ICNIRP (International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection) guidelines most countries are followed. These results support the results of human epidemiological studies on RF radiation and brain tumor risk. A large number of peer-reviewed scientific reports show that human health is harmed by EMF.

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the cancer agency of the World Health Organization, WHO, came to the conclusion in 2011 that EMFs of the frequencies 30 KHz – 300 GHz could be carcinogenic for humans (group 2B). New studies such as the NTP study mentioned above and several epidemiological studies, including the latest studies on the use of mobile phones and the risk of brain cancer, confirm that RF-EMF radiation is carcinogenic to humans.

The EUROPA EM-EMF Directive 2016 states that “there is strong evidence that long-term exposure to certain EMFs is a risk factor for diseases such as certain types of cancer, Alzheimer’s and male infertility… Common EHS symptoms (electromagnetic hypersensitivity) are headache, concentration difficulties, sleep problems, depression, lack of energy, fatigue and flu-like symptoms.

An increasing proportion of the European population is affected by disease symptoms that have been associated with exposure to EMF and wireless radiation in the scientific literature for many years. The International Scientific Declaration on EHS and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), Brussels 2015, explains this: “In view of our current scientific knowledge, we emphasize all national and international bodies and institutions… .EHS and MCS as real medical conditions to be recognized as Sentinel act…. Diseases can spread worldwide in the coming years, i.e. in all countries, a major public health problem. To implement and market the full use of wireless technologies based on electromagnetic fields, chemical substances … inactivity is a price for society and no longer an option … we agree to recognize this serious danger to public health … that important primary prevention measures are taken and prioritized to face this global pan-epidemic in perspective ”.


The precautionary principle (UNESCO) was adopted by the EU in 2005: “If human activities can lead to morally unacceptable damage that is scientifically plausible but unsafe, measures must be taken to avoid or reduce this damage”.
Resolution 1815 (Council of Europe, 2011): “Take all reasonable measures to reduce exposure to electromagnetic fields, particularly radio frequencies from mobile phones, and especially exposure to children and adolescents who appear to be most at risk from head tumors … recommends using the ALARA Principle (as low as reasonably achievable) that describes both the so-called thermal effects and the athermal [non-thermal] or biological effects of electromagnetic emissions or radiation ”and the“ improvement of standards and quality of risk assessment ”.

The Nuremberg Code (1949) applies to all human experiments, including the introduction of 5G with new, higher RF EMF exposure. All of these experiments: “should be based on previous knowledge (e.g. an expectation derived from animal experiments) that justifies the experiment. No experiment should be carried out if there is reason to believe from the outset that death or a disabling injury will result; except, perhaps, in those experiments in which the experimental physicians also serve as test subjects ”. (Nuremberg Code points 3-5). Scientific studies that have already been published show that there is “a priori reason to believe” that there is real health.

The European Environment Agency (EEA) warns of the “radiation risk of everyday devices” even though the radiation is below the WHO / ICNIRP standards. The EEA also comes to the conclusion that the radiation is below the standards of the WHO / ICNIRP: “There are many examples of the non-application of the precautionary principle in the past that have led to serious and often irreversible damage to health and the environment … harmful Exposure can be widespread beforehand is both ‘convincing’ evidence of damage from long-term exposure and a biological understanding [mechanism]. how this damage is caused. “


“Safety guidelines” protect industry – not health

The current “security guidelines” of the ICNIRP are outdated. All of the above-mentioned evidence of damage is created even though the radiation is below the “safety guidelines” of the ICNIRP.  Therefore new security standards are necessary. The reason for the misleading guidelines is that “conflicts of interest among ICNIRP members due to their relationships with telecommunications or electricity companies undermine the impartiality that regulates the regulation of public exposure standards for non-ionizing radiation… To assess cancer risk, it is necessary to: to involve scientists with medical, especially oncological, skills ”.

The current ICNIRP / WHO guidelines for EMF are based on the outdated hypothesis that “The critical effect of HF-EMF exposure that is relevant for human health and safety is the warming of the exposed tissue”. However, scientists have proven that many different types of diseases and damage without warming (“non-thermal effects”) occur at radiation levels that are far below the ICNIRP guidelines.