5G FREEThe health risks of 5G frequencies
Currently, smart phones and wireless devices can access 3G and 4G – and we have transmission towers dotted around on hills and the odd building.
5G stands for fifth generation, the next generation from 4G in wireless communication. This will require far more cell towers at closer range to our homes.
In a few months, Birmingham City Council, along with other cities around the UK, will be piloting 5G. This is all in spite of the existing findings on the adverse health effects of electromagnetic frequency (EMF) exposure. In fact, a growing number of scientists are expressing grave concerns about 5G.
We feel the need to raise awareness on this issue as a matter of public concern. Most recently we organised a conference with three scientific researchers who specialise in this field – including a pre-recording by Ann-Marie Carey – founder of the 5G Mass Action Campaign; an edited interview by Ritchie Allan of Dr Martin Pall, Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences at Washington State University and a talk by Alan Cook, founder of ukradiation.co.uk.
We plan to take this awareness campaign further by distributing educational flyers, sharing our research on the health effects, sharing knowledge on how we can lessen EMF exposure and how to lobby our local authority and the government to stop the roll out of 5G.