Poll: Do You Feel Safe In Such Close Proximity to 5G Cell Towers?

by | Mar 16, 2022 | Maine Public Health, 5G, Activism, EMF, Energy Issues, Maine Public Schools

According to a survey conducted by The Maine Anchor, most people in the survey do not feel safe nearby 5G cell towers. The majority of respondents said that they felt scared or uncomfortable when near the towers, with almost half reporting feeling unsafe in close proximity to them. This is despite assurances from telecom companies that these devices are safe. In light of this survey, policymakers and regulators should take measures to ensure that people are safe when near and around these towers.

What does this mean for the future of the 5g rollout ?

The future of 5G is uncertain. But there is a lot of evidence suggesting that it will have a tremendous impact in the coming years. Here are some of the most important questions about 5G technology and its implications for the future.

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The facts about 5g

There is a lot of hype around 5g, and it can be hard to know what is true and what isn’t. Here are some of the most important facts about 5g:

1. 5g is the next generation of wireless technology. It is going to be much faster than 4g, with download speeds up to 10 times faster.

2. 5g will be able to handle more data at once, which means that it will be able to support more devices and handle more traffic.

3. 5g will be a key technology for the development of autonomous vehicles and other future technologies.

4. 5g networks are already being built, and they are currently available in southern Maine.

Does 5g cell signal compare to typical home WiFi?

There is a big debate on whether 5G is actually better than a typical home WiFi. Some people say that 5G is much faster and more reliable, while others claim that there is not much of a difference at all. In order to determine which is actually true, more research needs to be conducted. However, some preliminary findings seem to suggest that 5G does offer certain benefits over WiFi. For example, it has been shown to be up to 10 times faster than the average home connection.

Does 5G Cellular have any heath concerns?

Cellular technology has come a long way over the years. The first cellular phone system was launched in 1983 by NTT DoCoMo in Japan. Since then, cellular technology has evolved to 4G and now 5G. 5G is the fifth generation of cellular technology and is expected to provide faster speeds and improved reliability. However, with any new technology comes concerns about its safety. As with all new things there isn’t any long term studies and According to the World Health Organization (WHO)Trusted Source, there is limited research on the frequencies used in 5G.


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  1. Kiril

    Not feeling safe. 5G is not needed nor wanted.

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