Effects on Wildlife
In light of the shocking decline in biodiversity, in which wireless radiation may have already played a significant part, can we risk such an unprecedented experiment on life on earth without sufficient scientific testing or precautionary measures?
Birds and Bees: According to The Lancet, “the reported global reduction in bees and other insects is plausibly linked to the increased radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation in the environment.” Insects will be particularly vulnerable to 5G frequencies above 6 GHz. There are many patents using millimetre waves as an insecticide.
Plants: Studies on plant populations exposed to different forms of electrosmog show reduced growth, increased infections and other physiological effects. Plants may also respond to electromagnetic stress by producing terpenes which make them highly flammable, increasing the spread of wildfires. Green leaves block the shorter millimetre waves used in 5G and trees in the way of these radiation pathways may be felled.
Bacteria: Bacteria exposed to electromagnetic radiation are proven to be more drug resistant, making us more vulnerable to antibiotic failure.