Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) are all around us, even if you live in rural areas. They emanate from power lines, televisions, household electrical wiring, appliances and microwaves, cellphones, cellphone towers and wireless internet connections. Of course in cities one opens their WiFi and see limitless signals penetrating one's personal space. Some people are very senstitive to EMF and suffer greatly from it.
The Nation published, "The scientific evidence that cell phones and wireless technologies in general can cause cancer and genetic damage is not definitive, but it is abundant and has been increasing over time. Contrary to the impression that most news coverage has given the public, 90 percent of the 200 existing studies included in the National Institutes of Health's PubMed database on the oxidative effects of wireless radiation—its tendency to cause cells to shed electrons, which can lead to cancer and other diseases—have found a significant impact, according to a survey of the scientific literature conducted by Henry Lai. Seventy-two percent of neurological studies and 64 percent of DNA studies have also found effects."
The Nation continues and raises the alarm, "The wireless industry's determination to bring about the Internet of Things, despite the massive increase in radiation exposure this would unleash, raises the stakes exponentially. Because 5G radiation can only travel short distances, antennas roughly the size of a pizza box will have to be installed approximately every 250 feet to ensure connectivity. "Industry is going to need hundreds of thousands, maybe millions, of new antenna sites in the United States alone," said Moskowitz, the UC Berkeley researcher. "So, people will be bathed in a smog of radiation 24/7."
"The global rollout of 5G is well underway, and we soon may see new small cell towers near all schools, on every residential street, dispersed throughout the natural environment, and pretty much everywhere. Among the many potential problems with exposure to 5G radio waves are issues with the skin, which is interesting when you consider that this technology is already being used in the military for crowd control purposes."
"The 5G rollout is absolutely insane." Dr. Martin Pall addressing the NIH