I was emailed a link to this great article about 5G published at Eluxe Magazine. It really is worth a read.
Jody McCutcheon lays out all that’s wrong with 5G, lists a number of the associated health hazards, explains how opponents will be vilified, and gives good advice on resisting it.
Jody is especially spot-on in saying “5G has been created with machines’ needs in mind” and that humans won’t really spot much if any difference in performance over today’s 4G.
As the old saying goes, give us an inch and inevitably we’ll want a mile. And certainly, this sentiment is true with technology.
Who doesn’t want faster, bigger (or smaller), more efficient? Take wireless mobile telecommunications. Our current broadband cellular network platform, 4G (or fourth generation), allows us to transmit data faster than 3G and everything that preceded. We can access information faster now than ever before in history. What more could we want? Oh, yes, transmission speeds powerful enough to accommodate the (rather horrifying) so-called Internet of Things. Which brings us to 5G.