As the wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation go from shorter to longer—from gamma rays to visible light, for example—we start to think less and less about the potential health impacts of the corresponding radiation. And I made this video to tell you that this is something we should be thinking about!
"What Will 5G Mean for the Environment?"
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