Sheboygan, WI Resident Warns of 5G Dangers

Small Cell Tower In Front of Homes

March 19, 2020: Wisconsin citizens, like Charyl Zehfus of Sheboygan, are pushing back against the 5G (Fifth Generation) wireless technology roll out.

Zehfus wrote a Letter to the Editor of the Sheboygan Press, featured in the Sunday, March 8, 2020 print edition. Zehfus states:

“5G millimeter waves require small-cell antennas lining streets to connect everything people use to the internet, from diapers to driverless cars.  Along with obvious privacy risks, 5G safety is in question.” 

In order for 5G to work, it requires the densification of small cell antennas installed on utility and light poles, traffic signals, bus stops and buildings, spaced 2-10 homes apart, so Sheboyganites could wake up to find a small cell tower outside their bedroom window emitting radio-frequency radiation (wireless radiation) 24/7, a proven health hazard.   

Shouldn’t 5G Be Proven Safe First?

On March 9, 2020, U.S. Cellular announced 5G coverage in Sheboygan. What U.S. Cellular fails to say is that 5G technology will use millimeter and sub-millimeter waves in higher frequency ranges (between 30 GHz and 300 GHz). This technology has not been widely deployed before and there is no proof that 5G is safe. The telecom industry admitted during a U.S. Senate hearing that it has conducted no safety testing.

U.S. Cellular is using the 600 MHz band of spectrum for 5G. 

In this March 15, 2020 article by Dr. Joseph Mercola, you can read about Brian Hoyer, a leading EMF expert, and his concerns with the 600 MHz band of spectrum that T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular are using:   “It penetrates deeper and goes farther than any of the 5G networks.”

Also, for anyone who wants the non-essential perks of U.S. Celllular 5G, you still need to purchase a new 5G smartphone.

Scientist Warns about 5G Dangers

A new op-ed dated March 14, 2020, by Dr. Devra Davis, an Nobel-Prize winning scientist, details the dangers of 5G:

“European media and published research have reported mounting evidence of environmental and public health hazards of wireless radiation from 5G and the Internet of Things. Yet, the U.S. is moving full steam ahead to allow the deployment of over 800,000 antenna installations. Amidst federal inaction on this ever-growing exposure, Sen. Richard Blumenthal, Reps. Anna Eshoo, Thomas Suozzi, Daniel Lipinsky, Andy Kim and Peter DeFazio have all requested safety documentation.”   

Want To Learn the Truth

Independent Journalist, Derrik Broze, reveals the truth behind the “Race to 5G” in this documentary:

5G Isn’t the Only Problem

According to independent, peer-reviewed and published science, 5G isn’t the only troublemaker for humans and the environment. The International Appeal To Stop 5G on Earth and in Space states:  “5G will massively increase exposure to radio frequency (RF) radiation on top of the 2G, 3G and 4G networks for telecommunications already in place.”

Next Steps for Wisconsinites

But aren’t we already exposed to a lot of wireless radiation in our lives from cell towers, cell phones, Wi-Fi, etc? Yes, we are, but we can choose whether or not to use a cell phone or whether or not to turn the Wi-Fi off at night. If a small cell tower goes up outside your child’s bedroom window, you have no choice. You can’t opt out. You can’t turn it off. Visit our FAQ page for answers to many other common questions.

Learn more about how you can push back against an industry run amok by visiting our Take Action page.

But more importantly, learn how to protect your loved ones from wireless radiation, by visiting our Safety Tips page.

#Stop5G

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