October 3, 2019: The Madison Chapter of The Weston A. Price Foundation is hosting a free 5G presentation entitled: Small Cells, 5G and IoT, Environmental and Public Health Hazards:
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Monona Community Center
1011 Nichols Road
Free and Open to the Public
The presenter, Catherine Kleiber, has a background in zoology and molecular biology. She is an independent researcher and author and webmaster of http://www.electricalpollution.com.
Ms. Kleiber says: “Small cells, 5G, and IoT will require massive amounts of energy to send the massive amounts of data that industries hope to collect. 4G systems already use 23 times more energy than wired systems to transmit the same data. 5G systems are expected to consume far more energy.
The IoT [Internet of Things] will transform items that previously did not continuously consume energy into chronic energy consumers in order to transmit their data. 5G systems require a fiber optic backbone in order to operate optimally. The forward looking, energy efficient solution would be to halt 5G and install fiber to the premises. Fiber optic broadband is the fastest, most energy efficient, reliable, and secure way to provide broadband internet service.
There is good evidence that wireless radiation poses a serious environmental and public health hazard, and the radiation emitted by 5G is expected to be far worse.
Find out what you can do to help protect your family and the planet from a technology industry run amok.”