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5G Radiation Effects on Human Body and Environment

A lot of discussion and rumours about the 5G Radiation Effects on Human Body. As well as, on the environment has been going around in our society. You might have heard some true or false information. Here my research brings you well-studied reaction and output from the expert studies. You will get to know about the fact and figures and ...
Lokeish Umak
Lokeish Umak

A lot of discussion and rumours about the 5G Radiation Effects on Human Body. As well as, on the environment has been going around in our society.

You might have heard some true or false information. Here my research brings you well-studied reaction and output from the expert studies. You will get to know about the fact and figures and exact resolution what you are looking for.

The revolutionary 5G cellular wireless network are bringing strong radioactive signals not for only electronics devices but also for all the living creatures. Whether they are attacking directly on human DNA or not is a myth for someone who does not know about it and nescient thoughts for scientist and researchers.

What is 5G?

5G or Fifth generation is upcoming proposed strongest telecommunication evolution. However, there are a lot of health risk are to be involved. It is an advanced mobile network after 4G and expected to increase its performance in the wireless technology. It has been claimed that the transfer of data 10 GB/sec comparing with the current 4G, 100 times faster. Therefore, anyone can download high definition (HD) film in seconds. This evolutionary 5G network radiate 3.5 GHz to 10 GHz as equal as any scanning devices uses at airport, bus station or railway station for luggage checks.

A lot of discussion about 5G radiation has been going around in our society. You hear some true or false information around. Here my research brings you well-studied reaction and output from the expert studies.
A lot of discussion about 5G radiation has been going around in our society. You hear some true or false information around. Here my research brings you well-studied reaction and output from the expert studies. | Photo by Yan Krukov from Pexels | i'mBiking

Difference between 4G and 5G Beams

4G Antenna has board and single beam, whereas, 5G (amplified global 5g electromagnetic radiation) operates from the existing infrastructures at around 3.5 GHz. However, there will be multiple beams, which occurs high data transfer to each device. This early-stage network is under investigation.

World Health Organization (WHO) on 5G Radiation Effects

“To date, and after much research performed, no adverse health effects have been casually linked with exposure to wireless technologies. Health related conclusion drawn from studies performed across the entire radio spectrum but, so far, only few studies have been carried out at the frequencies to be used by 5G.”

WHO

The above determination based on heating experiments. When any radio frequency comes in contact with human body, temperature increases. However, the study shows that there were no difference in rise of body temperature noted with 5G and the current technology (4G).

Though increase in frequency, there is, “Less penetration into the body tissue.” It means that there is penetration on skin and eye for sure.

What WHO Doing on 5G effects?

It is conducting a risk assessment of exposure to different types of radio frequencies including 5G, to be published by 2022.

The First Few countries started Using 5G Network

South Korea is being the first country and China on the second acquainted with 5g radiation. Therefore, here is a list of the countries currently using the network. (Top ten countries and some of them are currently about to ban)

  • South Korea
  • China
  • UK
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Spain
  • UAE
  • Australia
  • Germany
  • Romania

A BBC report says, “the electromagnetic radiation used by all mobile phone technology has led some people to worry about increased health risk, including developing certain types of cancer. Increase in cancer in humans are only the transition of radio frequency expose on human body.” Still, the strong evidence found in pickled vegetables, alcoholic beverages and processed foods including meat. However, these reasons and findings found by WHO with International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) claimed that all frequencies are “Possibly carcinogenic”.

Experiment on Male Rats

The report released in 2018 by US (department of health) further, the studies revealed the symptoms that the baby of male rats before they were born were kept under the mobile network daily for nine hours for two years. The scientists have found that exposure to high levels of radio frequency developed cancerous tumour in the heart region of the rats.

Dr David Grimes

Which means it lacks sufficient energy to break apart DNA and cause cellular damage.

David Robert Grimes

David is a scientist with a keen interest in the public understanding of science. He writes on science and society for outlets including the Guardian, the Irish Times, the BBC, the Spectator and the Sunday Business Post. Continue

Ionizing And non Ionizing Radiation on Human Body

Ionizing
The sun’s ultraviolet rays
Non-ionizing
Radio, Infrared
Medical X-rays Microwaves
Gamma rays Optical
Ionizing And non Ionizing Waves | 5g network radiation exposure health risks

These three radiations of the rays are harmful when it comes in contact with the living (human) body. And mobile network does not come under such harmful ionizing radiations (non-ionizing). Such as UV light are ionizing and the most intense at noon. In the simple term, when sun is about to come on the top. For instance, consider 11 AM to 3 PM are harmful for humans and the other living organisms in summers. However, depending on the environment factors.

People are understandably concern on whether they might elevate their risk of cancer, but it's crucial to note that radio waves are far less energetic than ever the visible light we experience every day.” — Dr Grime.

Countries currently Banned 5G Cellular Network

i'mBiking | Top Ten 5G leaderboard (the countries are using 5G)

United States, Australia, Vietnam, The United Kingdom (expecting soon ban), Japan and list are so on. The California-based network testing organization, Viavi Solution stated in 2020, “State of 5G deployments, however, it is available in 378 cities and 34 countries.” The health risk may involve in long-term exposure to waves. Imagine if the danger of these radiations penetrate flies and change DNA. The major impact on the health and environment will be seen in the future. Therefore, flies from the surrounding will start extinguishing and the hole lot of issues will occur in plant fertilization. The farming would be impossible and would be the major issues for all the living being.

Conclusion:

Nobody has given guarantee that usage or exposure to 5G network is safe to human beings and other living creatures on the earth including birds, insects, and animals. It has not clearly stated the future of 100 years later would be safe after using such technology. We get sunlight every day. Ultraviolet lights from sun are mostly, continuing to imitate for max four hours. However, it is not always beside us like a cell phone. The rat could develop cancer cells in two years, for humans, 10 years is enough. Today, mobile is now a human companion 24×7 and using 5G technology with such a strong network would definitely bring some advert effects on health and environment in time to come.

Lokeish Umak

Lokeish Umak

Lokeish Umak writes about his favorite topics, such as essay, poems, health, fitness, nutrition, etc. He also invites guests on his podcast show, "Chronicle Conversations."
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