Special Solari Report: Future Science Series: Is There a Connection between 5G and Covid-19? A Conversation with Beverly Rubik, PhD, Part 1

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Special Solari Report: Future Science Series: Is There a Connection between 5G and Covid-19? A Conversation with Beverly Rubik, PhD, Part 1
Special Solari Report: Future Science Series: Is There a Connection between 5G and Covid-19? A Conversation with Beverly Rubik, PhD, Part 1

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“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration.”

~ Nikola Tesla

By Ulrike Granögger

Dr. Beverly Rubik, biophysicist and founder of the Institute for Frontier Science, and Dr. Robert Brown, radiologist at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, recently published a critically important paper analyzing existing evidence for an influence of wireless communication radiation, including 5G, as a toxic environmental factor in the spread and severity of Covid-19.

Both the CDC and WHO assert on their websites that their model for disease causation is the so-called epidemiological triad. According to this model, three interactive factors need to be taken into account in understanding and providing countermeasures to a pandemic: the agent (the virus), the underlying health of the host (affected individuals), and the environment. Rubik and Brown point out that the official response to the Covid-19 crisis has not addressed environmental factors.

In today’s world, radiofrequency radiation from an increasing number of wireless communication devices is a ubiquitous environmental stressor that has been shown to have detrimental effects at all levels—from DNA mutations to damaged cells, tissues, and organs, including heart and neurological problems. These adverse health effects and their compounding effect on Covid-19 disease progression have largely been ignored by policymakers. The two authors call for an urgent redress in the epidemiological assessment of and public health policies regarding ambient wireless radiation before 5G wireless infrastructure is fully implemented worldwide.

Their peer-reviewed paper discusses a wide range of literature from decades of scientific research that has shown the toxic effects of wireless communication radiation on human and animal health. They demonstrate convincingly that the presence of ambient radiofrequencies and, in particular, the coincident rollout of 5G frequencies in highly affected pandemic areas (such as Wuhan, China) may be a significant contributor to Covid-19. Toxic effects of wireless radiation include adverse changes in the blood that could exacerbate clotting disorders, inflammation, and hypoxia (lack of sufficient oxygen)—several of the hallmarks of Covid-19. In addition, heart arrhythmias, immune system disruption, and oxidative stress provoking tissue damage, among other detrimental biologic effects from exposure to wireless, are virtually identical to symptomatic manifestations of Covid-19.

In this conversation, Beverly Rubik and Ulrike Granögger speak about the findings and implications of this significant research paper, including its extraordinary peer-review process and the obstacles the authors encountered on the way to publication.

In Part 2 of the interview—accessible to Solari subscribers only—Beverly and Ulrike explore some of the unanswered questions that are raised by the evidence of a correlation between viral diseases and radiofrequency radiation from 5G, as well as the effects of ambient wireless radiation on DNA, cell membrane voltage, and the future “Internet of Bodies” (IoB).

Related Reading:

Evidence for a connection between coronavirus disease-19 and exposure to radiofrequency radiation from wireless communications including 5G.” Journal of Clinical and Translational Research 2021;7(5):666-681.

Peer-review correspondence (72 pages)

Institute for Frontier Science

Dr. Beverly Rubik’s website