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5G is not the Enemy

In 1895, a German physicist, William Roentgen, discovered something he could not explain while experimenting with electricity: rays capable of penetrating soft tissue. He promptly used this discovery to take an image of his wife's fingers, which showed her wedding band. She is said to have exclaimed, "I have seen my death." 

This physicist had discovered X-rays, which today are indispensable in medical imaging.

                                                     
Roentgen first x-ray image


The German physicist who discovered the X-rays found that they could penetrate various objects, including books. He named these rays "X" for unknown, and with the photography technology available at the time, he was able to create images by capturing the X-rays when they struck an object. Light, which photographers use is also a part of the spectrum. (the visible spectrum).

5G is safe

The radiofrequency (RF) which includes radio and microwave radiation are two parts of that spectrum, upon which 5G is built on. Therefore any claims of 5G and causality with the coronavirus are untrue. The World Health Organization (WHO) has already debunked such claims

5G is part of the non-ionizing spectrum and emits safe frequencies.

A significant portion of the world’s economy runs on the derived and direct application of the electromagnetic spectrum. 

Another abiding myth, that of combustion at filling stations when using your phone needs to be put to rest. MythBusters already did a good explanation showing this to be untrue

If you want a video demonstration, you should watch the link : https://youtu.be/VjrkwxMhc4s, its seriously cool.

If the radio and filling station is not engulfed by its own speakers, then mobile phone use is safe.

In conclusion, we should embrace 5G technology, which operates on the non-ionizing radio/microwave wavelength. It is safe and has the potential to revolutionize our lives.





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