We are surrounded by highly advanced technological devices, with everything from our televisions and mobile devices to sophisticated smart home hubs turning our houses, work spaces and schools into so-called "smart" zones. With each passing year, however, as technology gets smarter, people seem to lose more of their ability to think, never stopping to question where all this "smart" technology is headed or the destruction it might cause.
The majority of us are so wedded to our phones, tablets and other wireless devices, and so enthralled by how much easier they seem to make our lives, that we don't stop to think of the long-term health effects of being surrounded by radiation-emitting devices 24 hours a day.
Already, there is overwhelming evidence that WiFi radiation causes serious health problems. Dozens of studies have confirmed that it has devastating effects on brain and overall health, with children being especially vulnerable to the effects of this type of exposure.
Despite evidence to the contrary, however, governments around the world, desperate not to be left behind in the technology race, continue to allow ever more dangerous forms of WiFi radiation. Now, as reported by Waking Times, the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has authorized Elon Musk's rocket company, SpaceX, to launch close to 12,000 satellites into the atmosphere, from where they will beam extremely high frequencies of radiation down to every corner of the globe in an effort to make global satellite broadband services available planet-wide.
And SpaceX will not be alone in taking this technological leap. Several other companies, including Boeing, Spire Global and One Web, will be launching thousands of their own satellites. Within the next few years, a total of 20,000 satellites will be irradiating the Earth at extremely high frequencies, every day, all day.v
There will literally be nowhere to hide. (Related: Potential risks of 5G wireless radiation are too serious to ignore.)
But we already have satellites in space, right?
It is true that there are already around 2,000 satellites orbiting the Earth, beaming down commercial GPS, allowing us to enjoy certain mobile device services and television shows, while gathering information for meteorologists and the military.
These satellites are different, though, to those to be launched by SpaceX and the other companies. While the existing satellites are already irradiating the planet to some extent, these next generation satellites will beam down extremely high frequencies of between 12 GHz and 42 GHz, much higher than what we have experienced in the past.
Waking Times explains the way in which we will be under attack from radiation on multiple fronts:
At present, mobile phones, smartphones, tablets, most Wi Fi and so on all operate at under 3 GHz in what is called the "microwave" region of the electromagnetic spectrum. If you could see and measure their wavelengths, you would find that they are many centimetres (or inches) long. …
The introduction of 5G will entail the use of considerably higher frequencies than these, with correspondingly shorter wavelengths. Above 30 GHz, wavelengths are just millimetres rather than centimetres long. The millimetre waveband (from 30 GHz to 300 GHz) is referred to as Extremely High Frequency, and its wavelengths are between 10 millimetres and 1 millimetre in length.
Using these millimeter waves enables much larger bands of spectrum, meaning vast quantities of data can be transferred at incredibly high speeds.