5G wireless development is worrying scientists in the field because some of the wireless frequencies approach resonance with bees, water, and other life. Resonance means that like pushing a swing at the right time, the frequency's wave has greater swing or power which thus increases risk of heating and breakage, whether of life or molecules. In fact, even without resonance considerations the number & proximity of 5G transmitters will be more harmful, and our current random exposures are causing some heating and can shake apart molecules and proteins and other parts of life. All this points to a need to support independent science and the Precautionary Principle.
Research conducted by Thielens et al (2018) found higher frequencies caused heating of small insects. The thermal imaging picture below shows heating of a bee. Looking at the frequencies, keep in mind that presently 2.5 GHz is fairly common, or lower frequencies. For 5G, several test sites are using the 28 GHz band and the FCC also recently approved for satellite use higher frequencies: 37.5 to 42 GHz and 47.2 to 51.4 GHz. And the FCC approved not just a few satellites, but more than 7 thousand.
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