This paper analyzes the data retrieved from the Covid-19 outbreak on the Diamond Princess Cruise ship to determine whether the newly deployed 5G wireless radiation was a factor in the infection and deaths within that isolated population. 5G radiation is generally within the frequencies of 5 Gigahertz (GHz) to 60 GHz, which is a shorter frequency range than the 4g wireless technology radiation currently and commonly in use. Shorter radiation frequencies are known to cause cellular damage. The data shows that 19.2% of the entire population was infected and that 0.27% of the total population died. The mortality rate of the infected was 1.4%. There was a 500% increase compared to the expected death rate of the population of a median age of 62. This paper demonstrates that the virus itself cannot account for the above statistics and other factors must have contributed both to higher infection and mortality rates. To compare to a set of control data, this paper drew from American average annual mortality rates by age, American flu statistics, and coronavirus statistics from the populations of Sweden and Lombardy, Italy. When the Diamond Princess data was compared to the controls, it’s clear that the death and infection rates of the Diamond Princess significantly surpass the death and infection rates of all the control data. Ongoing use of 5G can result in potential harm to populations. For the above reasons, this paper concludes that 5G wireless technology radiation is a probable factor for causing Covid-19 outbreaks, but still identifies other causes that still need to be tested. Governments are recommended to impose a moratorium on 5G wireless technology, until it can be proven that this technology is safe for humans and the environment.
Correlation is not causation however, and thus, the next step would be to further identify causes that could be contributing to this pandemic. Such information is critical for doctors, scientists, and government in treatment and promulgating public health policies. Furthermore, the health consequences regarding 5G are now also becoming issues of censorship and mass confusion and hysteria.
YouTube has enforced policies to remove videos that allege that 5G causes Coronavirus outbreaks. YouTube has stated that such theories “pose[s] threat to public health”. And yet, most of these allegations for and against 5G appear to lack evidence based arguments.
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