5G and Covid: new study

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  • Tue, May 04, 2021 - 09:37pm

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    eyeland

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    5G and Covid: new study

COVID 19 cases and death rates for the U.S.A. were analyzed through May 2020 for all 50 states and the largest counties and found to be statistically significantly higher for states and counties with 5G technology. 5G was a statistically significant factor for the higher rates while population density, air quality and latitude were significant for only one or two of the analyses.
https://esmed.org/MRA/mra/article/view/2371/193545802

  • Wed, May 05, 2021 - 06:43am

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    5G and Covid: new study

There’s this study as well:

https://osf.io/9p8qu/?fbclid=IwAR3I5VYMrMJ8UliEFaEveVHozWJHSI3UjcA9o32Idu6B9VkzGmyJekdI9vA

  • Wed, May 05, 2021 - 07:21am

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    5G and Covid: new study

4G/5G/wireless/excessive blue light are all very serious health issues. Not just for Covid.

Wireless in your home? Cordless phones? Get rid of it all (go wired). Inconvenient. And you will sleep so much better. That will be a clue.

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My sister in law has stage 4 cancer. She pursued a lot of intense integrative care to find solutions. Part of that included a guy coming into the home to test for the levels of signals from wireless etc etc. – I do not know how to properly describe that. What they learned was that even if they shut off their own WiFi and all computing devices every night, the signals from their neighbours homes were still present.

We have no idea what we are being exposed to both inside and outside of our homes. It seems it is rather difficult to protect ourselves.

  • Wed, May 05, 2021 - 08:35am

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I have meters, so I do have an idea what is bombarding me.

Very difficult to protect in an apartment-style living arrangement. It’s why I’m not in a hurry to close down my standalone home for the convenience of apartment life. However, even in an apartment there may be some accommodations. Like which wall your bed rests against. At least if you kill the Wireless switch in your apartment at night any additional emissions that reach you should be weaker.

Also a major reason why I am not looking forward to returning to the office in downtown Boston this summer. The energy is so much better at home.

  • Wed, May 05, 2021 - 08:49am   (Reply to #5)

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Hi Kat, if you were speaking to my sister-in-laws situation, she is in a single family home. The homes on each side of her are less than 8 feet away. In many cities where density is prioritized this is often the case. They are jammed together like sardines. Imagine paying 850k for a home where you have little privacy, and cannot enjoy your own yard without the neighbours hearing or seeing every single thing.

Now, with work and schooling moved to homes because of covid people are using more and more powerful routers that transmit beyond their environs. It is hard to guard against such things.

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