What is 5G?

The fifth generation cellular network technology was rolled out across several countries this year, in promises of the fastest internet speeds yet. Predicted to be 100 times faster than the current 4G alone, 5G is expected to bring wider coverage and more stable connections. We can now do a lot more than simply make phone calls through a cellular network.

How does it work?

Like all previous generations of cellular technology, 5G will be carried by radio waves, which travel between wireless devices and a mast. Radio waves, or electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) are all around us, from phones and laptops to baby monitors and games consoles. So what’s different? The 5G radio waves are a higher frequency, travel shorter distances and require more masts or antennae. Because of this, there is reluctance to roll out the network and countries such as Italy, The Netherlands and Switzerland have stalled plans to do so.

What are the concerns?

The fear of the unknown is arguably the main concern for 5G. Research on the health effects of low level radiation is limited but EMFs were been listed by the World Health Organization as a class 2b carcinogen in 2011. This means they are ‘possibly carcinogenic’ but lacking evidence.

Last year, a group of 170 nationwide scientists appealed to the European Union for 5G technology to be blocked. The main reason for this was “growing concerns about the increase in radiofrequency radiation and the related health risks for European citizens."

Referencing a study by the US National Toxicology Program, the scientists claim there is a statistically significant surge in brain and heart cancer, for animals exposed to EMFs below the current guidelines of the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP).

While the ICNIRP currently revises its radiofrequency guidelines, it has offered a statement that "The critical effect of high-frequency exposure relevant to human health and safety is heating of exposed tissue.” The EU’s response to the appeal was, with independent guidance from the ICNIRP, there isn’t enough scientific validation to reconsider the rollout of 5G.

What happens now?

According to most scientists, the best way of protecting ourselves from the unknown risks is prevention; to limit exposure as much as possible by cutting the length of phone calls, using speakerphone when possible and avoiding putting phones in pockets. This was same advice given for 3G and 4G.

Lucy Blyth, co-founder of energydots, a company which places EMF protection at the heart of all they do, commented: “We created energydots because our digital landscape is a vast and growing one. Today, there are 7 billion people in the world, and it’s expected that by 2020, there will be 50 billion connected devices. energydots provides a solution to some of the concerns surrounding EMFs, rooting for a world of good energy.”

SmartDOT and 5G

The DOT for your devices is called smartDOT. It can be used on cell/mobile phones, computers/tablets, wi-Fi routers, games controller/console, smart TVs and smart meters. It is effective with 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G.

The particular recipe of frequencies we use on the smartDOT was upgraded in readiness for 5G. smartDOTs are programmed with scalar energy and will alter or retune the emissions from the device it is attached to. This retuning is known as Entrainment.

The easiest way to test your smartDOT is to work with a kinesiologist to test your muscle response when exposed to your cell or mobile phone. We also have many clients who have worked with bio-resonance practitioners to test the effectiveness of their DOTs.

What is Scalar or Radiant Energy?

Albert Einstein acknowledged the existence of scalar energy in the 1920s. Nikola Tesla however is generally considered the father of scalar electro magnetics.

During his research, Tesla realized that two energies exist in the universe: electromagnetic energy and scalar energy. Electromagnetic energy is broadly accepted and utilized; conversely, scalar energy is poorly understood. We still do not have the technology to detect scalar energy which is one of the reasons electromagnetic energy has been more widely accepted and utilized.

  • Scalar Energy is non-linear and non-Hertzian. This energy form can carry information. It also does not decay with the passing of time or distance.
  • Scalar Energy cannot be measured by contemporary frequency instruments as it is depicted to be without frequency. It is static, a stationary form of energy.
  • The traditional understanding of energy is that it flows out in the form of waves. However, Scalar Energy does not radiate as waves but expands outward in circles of energy. Occupying space, this spatial mass is not a vacuum but comprises a field of energy systems that are alive. This vibrant and dynamic energy field radiates a network of harmoniously balanced energies.
  • Scalar energy can be created naturally. It is always existent in the universe. By applying the conditions required, Scalar Energy can be created artificially.

What is Entrainment?

Entrainment is a principle of physics which was discovered in 1665 by a Dutch Physicist Christian Huygens. It was during research with pendulum clocks that Huygens found that when he placed two clocks on a wall near each other and swung the pendulums at different rates, they would end up swinging at the exact same rate; they fell into rhythm with one another. He realized that this concept applied not just to pendulum clocks, but appeared to be a basic law of physics.

Entrainment can be defined as the synchronization of organisms to an external rhythm i.e. the tendency for two oscillating bodies to lock into phase so that they vibrate in harmony.

This is the process by which the scalar energy from the smartDOT retunes the EMF emissions from devices.

The company’s products such as smartDOT and bioDOT have a range of benefits, including reduced thermal heating and improved blood oxygenation. Over the last 15 years, customers have reported better sleep, mood, concentration and overall energy levels along with reduced headaches, stress, anxiety and fatigue.