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Citizens of Florida:

5G antennas with the same capabilities of military grade weapons are being installed on playgrounds, schools, farms, in residential neighborhoods and public areas. The most susceptible to this harmful radiation are fetuses in utero and children. EMFs impact birds, bees, farm animals, wildlife and the environment. This is a serious issue that affects all life.

5G small cell towers are popping up everywhere without proper testing for safety by the telecommunication companies or any government agencies. More importantly, public consent was never considered before launching this experimental cellular science.

Wireless radiation from older technology has already been linked to cancer, heart disease, diabetes, miscarriages, birth defects and infertility. Due to their external anatomy, male testicles are especially susceptible to radiation, which lowers sperm count. Similarly, cellular radiation kills off irreplaceable eggs in females.

To clearly understand what we’re dealing with, 3G and 4G wireless technologies use between a 1 to 4 gigahertz frequency. 5G uses between 24 to 90 gigahertz. This means up to 90 billion electromagnetic waves hit the cells of the human body per second.

The collective minds of over 230 scientists from over 40 different countries have accumulated clinical evidence of the harmful exposure to EMFs (Electromagnetic Frequencies) generated by electric and wireless devices before the additional 5G roll out.

Instructions to Challenge 5G in Your City

Once fully operational, 5G towers would unleash DNA-damaging levels of radiation on schools, parks, hospitals and residential areas. Despite widespread denial, the evidence that radio frequency (RF) radiation is harmful to life is already overwhelming.

Stop 5G Florida

Stop 5G Florida

We aim to stop the 5G cell tower deployment in Florida by educating the public through grassroots movements, online activism and independent media. We hope to inspire others to take action in their own communities and encourage our elected officials to take action.

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