Firstly and most importantly, there has been no provision made for nature in respect to 5G and other modern telecommunication radio frequencies (RF). ICNIRP (the industry 'standard') does not even include any safety guidelines for biological beings apart from humans (although as their testing only covers thermal efffects, you are right to be concerned about even this).


To put this into perspective, it's important to understand the difference between us and a small migratory bird or a pollinating insect. Obviously, there is not only a huge size disparity but we are also well beneath most of the antenna array, albeit not shielded from the beams. With frequencies currently in the process of being auctioned off by Ofcom in the 26 GHz and 40 GHz ranges, this is an unprecedented leap from the current 2-4G's at 0.8 GHz and 2.6 GHz. Add to this, that these new antenna are Beamforming (targetted) therefore, can you imagine what could happen to a bee, bird, bat or moth, for example, who are unfortunate enough to get in the way of the signal? This is also without the damaging interferrence of the Earth's magnetic field, which such animals use for logistics. As mentioned in the What is 5G section, ICNIRP 'guidelines' only tested for thermal effects, so there is absolutely no safety data for the biological effects on people, let alone small animals. We should all be very angry and concerned about this omission.