From bird deaths to body cancer, is 5G network really harmful?

People from all over the world, including India, are curious about when 5G network can be used! 5G, the fifth generation of mobile network, through which 100 times more internet speed, improved call quality, etc. can be enjoyed than 4G network. But many people think about 5G as it produces harmful radiation that kills birds and sows cancer seeds in the human body. Because 5G networks are quite different from previous cellular networks. The 5G network relies on radio waves to carry signals and requires multiple antennas and transmitters for connection. However, we will now discuss whether this new generation of cellular networks is really harmful or how much impact it will have on public life.

According to physicist and cancer researcher David Robert Grimes, 5G waves are non-ionizing. For those who don’t know, there are two types of radiation – ionizing and non-ionizing. Although the wavelengths of ionizing waves are short, their frequencies are quite high, which is dangerous for the human body. On the other hand, non-ionizing waves are longer in wavelength but have shorter frequencies, which are considered safe for humans. Since the 5G network is non-ionizing, the question remains as to how harmful it will be!

According to Grimes, the exposure to visible light that comes from the sun is much stronger than radio waves. Moreover, there is no evidence that radiation from mobile or wireless networks causes health problems or harms any animal.

Meanwhile, in several other places, it is being said that even if a large number of antennas or transmitters are installed in any area, there is no reason to worry. The higher the number of transmitters, the less power supply they will use. This will reduce the radiation from the 5G tower. So, even if the 5G network is launched in the coming days, the common man does not seem to need to worry too much!