By Markab Algedi
5G wireless service has just been launched by Verizon in the first 4 cities on the planet: Sacramento, California, Houston, Texas, Indianapolis, Indiana, and Los Angeles, California. Verizon launched it on October 1, offering free 5G to users for three months.
Sacramento’s 5G saturated locations are visible on this map, in the light red circular patches.
Soon, dozens of other American cities will be saturated with 5G frequencies, when AT&T launches its network.
The AT&T network also set to launch in late 2018, will happen in 23 metropolitan areas, many of them in the south: Atlanta, Georgia, Austin, Texas, Bridgeport, Connecticut, Boston, Massachusetts, Fresno, California, Buffalo, New York, Chicago, Illinois, Greenville, South Carolina, Houston, Texas again, Indianapolis, Indiana again, Los Angeles, California again, Sacramento, California again, San Diego, California, San Francisco, California, Hartford, Connecticut, San Antonio, Texas, New Orleans, Louisiana, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Louisville, Memphis, and Nashville, Tennessee, Oklahoma City, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
As 5G is rolled out, the cell towers we normally see are going to be replaced with smaller cells, closer to our heads on buildings and short poles, emitting higher frequencies than the current cell towers. These little cells will be on poles everywhere if people allow this to come to fruition.
These small, white, seemingly plastic encased cells emitting higher frequencies closer to our heads are being spotted now on the streets of these cities.
Current 4G WiFi operates generally under 1 gigahertz (GHz).
5G runs on millimeter waves, a spectrum of frequency much higher. It will be on millimeter-length wavelengths between 30 and 300 gigahertz (GHz).
Verizon’s current 4-city deployment of 5G runs between 28 and 39 GHz, according to them.
The thing about 5G is, different carriers are going to run their 5G on different frequency bands, and they will rise in frequency, until our WifFi, our phones and computers suddenly run on frequencies as high as 60 GHz.
When 5G reaches 60 GHz frequencies, it is believed that this will really, really cause people health problems.
WiFi usually below 1 GHz is already known to cause a litany of health problems, and it’s thought to be linked to the infertility crisis currently hitting America and countries all over the world. WiFi is connected to cancer, infertility, birth defects, sleep disorders, memory problems, cardiovascular diseases, infertility, and more. That’s a whole other body of research.
This article is obviously written from the perspective that our health is no sacrifice for the ability to have Internet that is faster. For all the people who may suffer from health problems, and their families now being saturated with the frequencies, this article series from Edge Canopy is going to put the research in one place with solid sources.
To begin examining potential health problems from 5G, firefighters in San Francisco exposed to early trials of it experienced health problems.