5G Dead Zones in the Cities - Trees Can Save Us

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5G is the fifth generation wireless technology for digital cellular networks that began wide deployment in 2019. Same as previous standards, the covered areas are divided into regions called cells, serviced by individual antennas.

5G is already labeled as a dangerous technology. The wave it emits can harm us in different ways. But one of the underrated ways is that 5G can create millimeter wave dead zone in the cities.

One solution is to plant as many trees as possible to protect our homes and property. Trees block these millimeter waves.

This documentary shows it picture by picture how our cities would look without and with trees.

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