We are moving forward just like our technology, that keeps growing and growing.
Nowadays, technological development is rampant with several companies investing more on providing, fastest and reliable gadgets to its customers and to the mankind as a whole.
With the “helpful” tools it contributed the mankind, however, still it has a “dark sides” that not all of us knew.
It was confirmed by a report, that technology is quite literally destroying nature, because of electromagnetic radiation from power lines and cell towers can disorientate birds and insects and destroy plant health.
All nations that switching to 5G this threat could increase, says report.
In the new analysis, EKLIPSE, an EU-funded review body dedicated to policy that may impact biodiversity and the ecosystem, looked over 97 studies on how electromagnetic radiation may affect the environment.
It concluded this radiation could indeed pose a potential risk to bird and insect orientation and plant health, citing The Telegraph report.
This is not a new finding, as studies dating back for years have come to the same conclusion.
In fact, one study from 2010 even suggested that this electromagnetic radiation may be playing a role in the decline of certain animal and insect populations.
The radio waves can disrupt the magnetic “compass” that many migrating birds and insects use. The creatures may become disorientated due to these waves.
The electromagnetic radiation also interrupted the orientation of insects, spiders and mammals, and may even disrupt plant metabolism.
5G is a fifth generation wireless technology that transmits data at high speeds. It is used by phone towers to make phone calls, text messages and to browse the internet.