The CIA declassified this paper in 2012 May 31, 2020 13:50:59 GMT
Post by wornout on May 31, 2020 13:50:59 GMT
They have known about these 5G dangers since 1977.
“Russian scientists conducted much of the early research on the effects of exposure to millimeter
radiation. The U.S.Central Intelligence Agency collected and translated the published research but did
not declassify it until decades later.
In 1977, N.P. Zalyubovskaya published a study, "Biological effects of millimeter waves," in a
Russian-language journal, "Vracheboyne Delo." The CIA declassified this paper in 2012.
The study examined the effects of exposing mice to millimeter radiation (37-60 GHz; 1 milliwatt per
square centimeter) for 15 minutes daily for 60 days. The animal results were compared to a sample of
people working with millimeter generators.”
“In sum, the peer-reviewed research demonstrates that short-term exposure to low-intensity
millimeter wave (MMW) radiation not only affects human cells, it may result in the growth of
multi-drug resistant bacteria harmful to humans. Since little research has been conducted on the
health consequences from long-term exposure to MMWs, widespread deployment of 5G or 5th
generation wireless infrastructure constitutes a massive experiment that may have adverse impacts
on the public’s health.”
5G Wireless Technology: Millimeter Wave Health Effects
Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D.
Center for Family and Community Health
School of Public Health
University of California, Berkeley