National Institutes of Health NIH 2018
The industry and FCC are pushing fast at both the state and federal level to put forth legislation to take away home rule in our local municipalities so the industry can install toxic 5G infrastructure before any more of the NTP study findings can be reported out. The FCC and industry are not concerned with public health. Their goal is to be first to market with 5G and the Internet of Things.
Current FCC public radiation exposure guidelines were set decades ago, based on the outdated premise that a device would need to emit enough heat to raise the temperature of one’s skin in order to cause harm. There are now over 25,000 articles published, and the majority of non-industry funded studies show great evidence of biological harm at the non-thermal level and the mechanisms of harm are being identified. Children and fetuses are especially vulnerable, as are the elderly and those with existing health conditions such as multiple chemical sensitivities, mold toxicity and chronic illnesses.
The group’s focus will be influenced by The U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP) is in the midst of reporting out findings from its largest study ever, a $25M multi-year project in which the scientists expected to prove cell phones are safe. Instead, in the very first set of peer-reviewed findings they reported statistically significant brain and heart tumors, plus DNA damage. The risks with cell phones apply to all wireless technologies as they all operate in the microwave radiation spectrum.