Peter Cochrane: 5G is bad for our health - not!

Conspiracy theorists are misinterpreting the scientific evidence, pick'n'mixing to arrive at their desired conclusion with disastrous consequences for emergency services

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Every scientific paper that I have seen concerned with the adverse effects of wireless on humans and organisms, under the broad banner of EM radiation, employs words like might, could, possibly, pe...

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