I can't pretend to understand all this G5 business very well, but this still alarmed me.
This is just part of an article I have just read:
" 5G's millimeter waves can't penetrate through buildings, walls, and other solid structures.
Based on recent trials, it seems even foliage or a human hand can provide a barrier.
To deal with this, 5G cellular networks require a mosaic (thousands, eventually millions and billions) of local, small cell towers that both emit and receive signals 24/7.
We are supposed to accept the fact that these small towers will be placed along our roads, on street lights, in front yards, outside of buildings and often even within them, in place of the wireless routers that currently run on much lower frequencies.
They will be almost everywhere, especially where populations are dense.
While G4 can support around 10,000 devices per square mile, it is estimated that 5G can support up to 2.5 million in the same area. On top of that, the number of satellites used to support 5G will likely go from around 2,000 currently, to some 20,000.
Existing radio frequency wavelengths are already conservatively classified by the World Health Organization as potential human carcinogens.
But the escalating rates of brain tumours among young people are providing ever more convincing evidence that this classification needs to be upgraded to the status of ' proven human carcinogen'
, a view advocated by long time World Health advisor and electromagnetic fields expert, Dr. Anthony Miller.
What's more, evidence of distruption in the searching and orientation behaviour of pollinators, birds, and other wildlife illustrates the other, more subtle ways radio frequencies can harm not only us, but the environment on which we depend."
There is a whole lot more to this article than the above, but I find that part alone really disturbing.