There’s a lot of misinformation out there about 5G. Like… a LOT. We decided it was time to get to the bottom of the conspiracy theories to find the facts about 5G – so Mark Humphries, our 5G Chief Investigator, is on the case. Here are his findings.
Our 5G Chief Investigator is on the case to debunk 5G mysteries. To get the facts and share them with your friends, family and other crazy acquaintances on Facebook, check out our Fact Sheet on EME, and our Fact Sheet on Telstra 5G.
Meet our 5G Chief Investigator
Has 5G been tested?
Our 5G Chief Investigator talks to an electro-magnetic energy (EME) expert about whether 5G “radiation” is harmful to humans. Spoiler: it’s not.
Does 5G spread COVID-19?
Your crazy uncle on Facebook might think so, but no: 5G radio waves do not spread infections droplets.
Does 5G harm the environment?
Conspiracies about that 5G is killing plant life and even birds. The number one killer of plants and birds, however, so is leaving them alone with your housemate when you go on holiday.
Does 5G affect your DNA?
Don’t worry, your DNA is safe from 5G.
Can a USB device “protect” you from 5G?
First things first, you don’t need “protecting” from 5G, second, obviously no. It’s clearly a scam!