It was noted by some in early 2020 that some of the symptoms COVID-19 were consistent to radiation sickness. And some discussed the history of the connection between electromagnetic radiation and illness which are typically not talked about in mainstream circles. These articles weren’t bad but they focused on bits and pieces here and there. It should be noted that Wuhan implemented city-wide 5G before the so-called pandemic started.
There is a study by B. Rubik and R.R. Brown titled “Evidence for a connection between coronavirus disease-19 and exposure to radiofrequency radiation from wireless communications including 5G” published on 29 September 2021 that tries to collate it all, matching observations of COVID patients with established research.
The article is written in general terms and discusses, amongst other symptoms, reduced hemoglobin, hypercoagulation, oxidative stress, decreased production of T-lymphocytes, increasing intracellular Ca2+ which may enhance viral infectivity and cardiac effects.
The study admits that “little is known about population exposure from real-world WCR [wireless communications radiation], which includes exposure to WCR infrastructure and the plethora of WCR emitting devices” and therefore requires further research regarding causation. Nonetheless, it makes the following general conclusion:
There is a substantial overlap in pathobiology between COVID-19 and WCR exposure. The evidence presented here indicates that mechanisms involved in the clinical progression of COVID-19 could also be generated, according to experimental data, by WCR exposure. Therefore, we propose a link between adverse bioeffects of WCR exposure from wireless devices and COVID-19.
Whilst the article is well-written and is conveniently brief, I do wish someone would overlay geographical locations of COVID-19 symptoms consistent to radiation sickness on 4G and 5G coverage.
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