In response to the fact check on 5G
Dear Sir, — Thanks for fact checking the 5G rant but your fact-checking needs some work.
Energy is inversely proportional to wavelength so saying that a millimetre wave is “higher energy” is true. However, this is a redundant fact — or one that will be misinterpreted by the general readership — as equating to signal strength: my wi-fi router uses the same part of the EM spectrum as my microwave oven. The energy of the individual photons is the same but the signal strength is significantly different.
Your definition of ionising radiation is incorrect, especially with respect to “suntan lotion,” which protects specifically against the UVA and UVB portions of the spectrum, which are low energy.
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