Mythbusting on 5G
Birds, Bees, Trees, Property Values and Climate Change
The Environmental Effects of 5G and “Small Cell” Antennas in Your Front Yard
When: January 22, 2020
Where: Potomac Community Center, 11315 Falls Rd, Potomac, MD
Time: 7-9 PM
Are the 100 Cities/Towns/Regions that have signed official resolutions to halt 5G part of a Russian plot? Is the FCC safety testing 5G? Will 5G bounce off the skin? Will 5G increase property values if a cell antenna is located in your front yard? What can people do? Is the genie really out of the bottle with the wireless revolution, or is there more to come?
Did you know:
Montgomery County is part of a lawsuit to the FCC regarding the radiation exposures from 5G small cells.
Proposed zoning regs by the Montgomery County Council would make it easier for companies to place antennas in our front yards.
Climate change think tanks are warning about the “Internet of Things” because of the increased energy consumption.
NIH scientists studying wireless radiation state they themselves reduce wireless exposure. Read that in the FAQs at NIH here.
Published research shows impacts to birds, bees and trees.
Theodora Scarato, Executive Director of Environmental Health Trust (a scientific think tank) will host a multimedia interactive answer all your questions. Scarato most recently presented at NIH, the New Hampshire Commission on the Health Effects of 5G.Potomac Community Center January 22, 20 (3)