Many people who are understandably concerned about growing EMF exposure levels have suggested that 5G wireless communication systems are the underlying factor enabling the spread of COVID-19 virus. And given that numerous legitimate studies show a causal link between wireless exposure and reduced immune system function it can seem like a logical conclusion, at least in some basic common sense way, or to some basic extent.
Nonetheless, we need to always remember to pause and do our own informed thinking and investigation of any new provocative theory or stimulating assumption before we pass it on and set in motion waves of misinformation that take on momentum simply because they become repeated so often that they start to take on the apparent appearance of fact in the public’s collective mind.
We’ve all heard the saying that to assume anything only makes an ass of you and me. But worse, passing on unexamined assumptions compromises both us and the already poorly informed public, making us all vulnerable to suspicion, distrust, counterfeit concern, self-fulfilling prophecy or any manner of stressful reactions that compromises our ability to be authentically discerning. Discernment would be more helpful, so as to be agents for positive change, is to be heard as respected thought leaders, which can only happen if we are authentically well informed.
So, let’s pause and ask ourselves – how well does the assumption that 5G causes COVID really fit the data?
A thought-full look at a map of 5G installations overlaid with Corona outbreaks in various countries around the world is very instructive, and a look at that data with authentic facts from credible sources helps to unseat our assumptions by instead providing us with considered, informed opinions. The key words here are “authentic” and “credible” sources. 5G/Coronavirus map overlays have been made into numerous conspiracy theorist videos exclaiming revelations of “blatantly obvious” conclusions, but I urge you if/when you come across these provocative videos, or more likely find them gone-viral in your social media, look for the name and the credentials of the authors, check out their past videos, consider their motives, use discernment and apply good judgement to sort out the true sages from the attention seekers.
Accurate data to investigate this or any 5G assumption is neither difficult to find online, nor difficult to interpret or understand. And taking the time to do so is always fruitful. Although neither the Corona Virus proliferation reports, nor 5G deployment reports, (nor the general understanding of what 5G actually is for that matter) is likely to be as accurate as we’d hope to expect, the general correlations can be investigated and the facts, namely whether areas of 5G installation correlate to high incidences of COVID, can be made clearer.
Here, in this video, is a 15 minute discussion of what one electrical engineer in France (a country highly impacted by COVID) has found from easily available data online that helps us to clarify if 5G causes COVID. Note his name, check out his professional credentials, investigate the point of his past video content, examine his motives. Be sagacious (judicial in a sage way), and you won’t set yourself up for viral infection of any kind.