The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) has published a new study
warning about the dangers of 5G technology, including how it directly contributes to the symptoms commonly associated with the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).
For the study, Beverly Rubik and Robert R. Brown referenced an earlier paper published in May 2020 that showed a "statistically significant correlation between the intensity of radio-frequency radiation and mortality from SARS-CoV-2 in 31 countries throughout the world."
They also highlighted a U.S.-based study showing that areas of the country with 5G infrastructure already in place and operating showed significantly higher rates of serious illness and death attributed to covid, all independent of population density, air quality and latitude.
Only 5G matched three different causal analyses used in the study. Population density, air quality and latitude, meanwhile, only matched one or two analyses each, meaning 5G was the verified culprit in negative covid outcomes.
Rubik and Brown used these findings to draw a comparison between the bioeffects of WCR (wireless communications radiation), including 5G, and the symptoms commonly attributed to covid, which they then used to create a list of overlapping physical effects.
"Symptoms from both WCR and COVID-19 included blood changes such as short-term rouleaux (blood 'clumping'), and long-term reduced hemoglobin (in severe COVID-19 cases); oxidative stress and injury in tissues and organs; immune system disruption, including suppression of T-lymphocytes and elevated inflammatory biomarkers; increased intracellular calcium, which facilitates virus entry and replication; and arrhythmias (heart beat irregularities)," reported LifeSiteNews
Wireless radiation exposure reduces levels of "master antioxidant" glutathione
One particularly disturbing finding in Rubik and Brown's study is the observable decrease in glutathione, the body's "master antioxidant," upon exposure to 5G and really all wireless radiation. (RELATED: Donald Trump funneled billions of American taxpayer dollars
into subsidizing a more rapid 5G rollout.)
At least two other study have found that WCR exposure correlates to greatly diminished glutathione levels, the symptoms of which just so happen to match those of the Fauci Flu.
Rubik and Brown made specific notes in their paper about how "the finding of low glutathione levels" in Chinese Virus patients "further supports oxidative stress as a component" of covid infection.
WCR is already widely recognized as a "physiological stressor" that causes detrimental health effects ranging from increased cancer risk and DNA damage to learning and memory problems.
Sure, correlation does not always mean causation, but in this case it is more than probable that WCR – and particularly the early activation in 5G in Wuhan, the epicenter of the plandemic
– is directly contributing to the spread and severity of the Wuhan Virus.
"The evidence for the connection between COVID and 5G, as well as other forms of wireless communications radiation (WCR), consisted of two main findings: the statistical correlation between COVID-19 symptoms / mortality and area-specific WCR intensity, including that of 5G; and the overlap between WCR effects on the body, and COVID-19 symptoms," LifeSiteNews
One reader commented that 5G radiation apparently "stirs up" the graphene hydroxide found in the injections, causing bleeding and clotting.
"Graphene hydroxide is a metal and is affected by 5G," this person added. "Graphene hydroxide never leaves your system and accumulates with every shot or booster."
Another wrote that while taking NAC (N-Acetyl L-Cysteine) is powerful, as mentioned in the article, vitamin D plays a much bigger role in protecting against covid and other respiratory ailments.
"If you are already low in vitamin D as a great many are, as soon as your body is attacked by a virus, those reserves get depleted further which then puts you in a very dangerous area," this person added.
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