Recently, according tomedia reports, the Australian Radiation Protection and Safety Administration (ARPANSA) reiterated that there is no evidence that 5G is harmful to human health. Many Australians are unfriendly to 5G after a massive anti-5G march in August, which marchers said had not been “safely tested” and could cause irreversible harm to smartphone users and children. But this time ARPANSA produced experimental evidence to support its claims in its rebuttal.
ARPANSA conducted a series of double-blind experiments, inviting many people who call themselves “electromagnetically sensitive” (such as having side effects such as physical discomfort in a Wi-Fi environment) to place them in a Wi-Fi environment where Wi-Fi turns on and off are random and subjects don’t know when to turn it on. The researchers don’t know.
The experiment found that these people could not actually tell if Wi-Fi in the room was on.
“We believe they (self-proclaimed electromagnetic sensitives), but when they are double-blind edited, we don’t see their connection to electromagnetic fields,” said Ken Karipidis, chief scientist at ARPANSA. “
Karipidis also dismissed rumors that base stations are harmful to human health, and said that an increase in the number of high-power base stations and base stations could help reduce the signal power of mobile phones, but instead minimize the potential damage of high-frequency electromagnetic fields.