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by Russ Winter
A 2018 study of birthrates in the United States found that births were down by 600,000 in just one year — and this is with 4G, and prior to the 5G Beast roll out beginning nationally in 2019 .
Now the number of babies born in the U.S. dropped by 4% in 2020 compared with the previous year. The general fertility rate was 55.8 births per 1,000 women ages 15 to 44, reaching yet another record low.
“This is the sixth consecutive year that the number of births has declined, down an average of 2% per year, and the lowest number of births since 1979,” the National Center for Health Statistics said . Numerous other studies have confirmed that male sperm count has been in decline for decades, long before advances in high frequency wireless technology. Some attribute it to the fluoridation of public drinking water. During the last 40 years, sperm counts have declined an average of 50 to 60 percent. EMFresearch.com lists over 300 studies linking electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation emissions to fertility issues. EMFs have been found to impact both male and female fertility and affect unborn fetuses in numerous ways, including fragmenting DNA.
Males, however, are especially vulnerable to EMF radiation exposure. This is because male reproductive organs sit relatively close to the surface of the body whereas female sex organs are buried deep within thick tissues.
The following list illustrates how EMFs impact fertility and contribute to other serious health issues, and links are provided to recent studies: EMFs directly impact DNA in reproductive organs and tissues , especially since there is no bone to protect this fragile area that houses the ovum or testicles.
A 2011 study revealed that use of laptop computers connected to WiFi decreases human sperm mobility and increases sperm DNA fragmentation . A 2008 U.S. study found that the use of cell phones reduces the sperm count, motility, viability and normal morphology of sperm in men . A 2009 study confirmed that cell phone radiation leads to oxidative stress in human […]