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Byron Shire
April 14, 2021

5G X-Rays

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Sapoty Brook, Mullumbimby

Last week’s article on 5G protests confused 5G frequencies with x-rays.

While the millimetre wavelengths of some 5G frequencies are of valid and great concern, it must be made clear that x-rays have wavelengths about a million times smaller than 5G frequencies. There is no basis for comparison.


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