How Safe is 5G? With all new technology, fearmongering comes with the territory even if there are no facts to back it up. However, in this case, there may be some plausible concerns that have gone unheeded, such as the exposure of electromagnetic radiation which could harm the population and the environment. More than 180 scientists from 36 countries have appealed to the European Union in the hopes that the network will be abandoned. While many EU member states are either in the process, trialling or testing the roll out of 5G, Brussels has decided to halt the expansion of the network in car manufacturing in favour of tried-and-tested Wifi. Other countries, such as the Netherlands, have called for an independent investigation on the potential dangers. Yet it doesn’t stop there. Meteorologists have concerns of their own like the anxieties on whether the network can disrupt weather forecasts due to higher radio frequencies that are far more intense than 4G. According to some experts, the data could potentially be affected by 5G and provide wrong information that could lead to important weather forecasts being discarded.
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