Those hawking specious safety concerns about the new
technology have found common cause with some of
America’s most powerful mayors
There are a lot of myths about what the fifth generation of wireless connectivity can and can’t do.
WSJ’s Spencer MacNaughton debunks five common 5G myths
Jack Tibbetts, a member of the Santa Rosa, Calif., city council, knew he had a problem. It was early
2018, and he’d started getting calls from constituents at opposite ends of the political spectrum.
The common thread: cellular antennas going up next to their homes, causing concerns over property
values and health.
The weight of evidence suggests that if radio-frequency emissions have any effect on humans at all,
it is, according to the World Health Organization, about on par with other “possibly …