To bee, or not to bee, that is the five “G” question – Olle Johansson

By Olle Johansson, former head of The Experimental Dermatology Unit, Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden, and former adjunct professor of The Royal Institute of Technology, also Stockholm, Sweden, now retired and leading The Institute of Common Sense for Common Sense, Utö/Stockholm, Sweden.

Olle Johansson KI – Photo: NASMS, A. McDowell

The collective evidence we can draw from the current scientific status regarding adverse health and biological effects of artificial electromagnetic field exposures, such as from cell phones, antennas/base stations, TV and radio towers, baby alarms, smart meters, powerlines, and Wi-Fi routers, points to that we may be jeopardizing more than our own health and behaviour.
Bacteria, plants, birds, frogs, and pollinating insects, may all be targeted, and it is obvious we must proceed with the highest caution before immersing the citizens and our wildlife in more and more artificial electromagnetic fields. We may, as a matter of fact, already be gravely endangering our current as well as coming generations. To not act today, may prove a disaster tomorrow, and such lack of action may again result in the classical “late lessons from early warnings”, or – even worse – “too late lessons from early warnings”.
Will it end with a thousand “G” for a few, but with no bee for the rest of us?


European honey bee – Photo: John Severns, Wikimedia Commons


Frog. Photo: Capri23auto. Licence: (free use)


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