5G hurts

Scientists have proven that radio frequency (RF)
radiation can be absorbed by insects, raising
internal temperatures, interfering with
reproduction or triggering other responses. This
has dramatic implications for our natural world
as purveyors of 5G technology push ahead with
their plans to blanket the country with powerful
4G/5G antennas.

References:

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source: Americans for Responsible Technology http://www.americansforresponsibletech.org