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If you put your head in a microwave oven it would boil your brain like a bowl of water. The radiation would penetrate deep into your skull.

5G won’t. Its penetration is, at most, skin deep. Sunlight is more dangerous.

Yes, as Corinna Beacham claims, there are ‘thousands of peer-reviewed studies demonstrating biological harm from microwave radiation,’ but none of them mentions 5G. It is dishonest to conflate 5G with these studies.

A stick of dynamite will kill you but a Tom Thumb firework won’t, even though they both contain explosives.

In my prayers tonight I’m adding ‘Lord preserve us from irrational people’.


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