Arthur Firstenberg, a researcher, writer, and advocate for protecting people from exposure to wireless communication signals described what happened when the first space-based cellular system was turned on. He stated:
On September 23, 1998, 66 satellites, launched into low orbit by the Iridium Corporation, commenced broadcasting to the first ever satellite telephones.
Those phones would work equally as well in mid-ocean, and in Antarctica, as in the middle of Los Angeles—a remarkable achievement.
But telephone interviews revealed that on that day exactly, electrically sensitive people all over the world experienced stabbing pains in their chest, knife-like sensations in their head, nosebleeds, asthma attacks, and other signs of severe electrical illness. Many did not think they were going to make it.
Statistics published by the Centers for Disease Control reveal that the national death rate rose 4 to 5 percent during the following two weeks.
Thousands of homing pigeons lost their way during those two weeks, all over the United States. "
That's from 66 satellites. You'll have 66 or more 5G towers between you and work, plus hundreds if not thousands, of satellites are planned, it's never happen, however because all those engineers will be dead before then. Youand me? Oh we'll be fine. pffft