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Could 5G hasten our extinction?
Posted on May 24, 2019 by Helen White
Very little of the (real) news about 5G makes happy reading but if there’s one piece of information that I can’t seem to shake out of my head, its that it could be devastating to all the bees that are … Continue reading →
Posted in Animal welfare, Birds, Conservation, ecology, Health & wellbeing, Menu, Nature, Personal Development, Recovery chronic illness | Tagged 5G health risks, bee extinction, bird extinction, chronic health issues, Dr Ulrike Menke, eco disaster, ecology, electromagnetic environment, electrosensitivity, EMFs, how bees use electromagentic information, how birds use electromagentic information, how humans use electroganetic information, human extinction, mystery health issues, non-thermal effects of EMFs, word crisis | 2 Comments
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