Everyone is going crazy about 5G, saying how it is the best thing since free, high-quality porn... but does it cause health problems? I see Verizon running these ads about how 5G will enable doctors to more easily diagnose cancer. 5G has been clocked at about 3GB/s; so, I see these ads as a pre-emptive strike on the opposition to 5G. Unless you're on the road and need to look at a scan on your mobile device, the same download speeds can easily be had through a fiber connection to an office. Back when the automobile was invented, many were concerned about high the higher speeds would result in injuries and fatalities. They were right--tens of thousands are killed in automobile accidents each year--but that didn't stop the automobile from taking over. So, does 5G cause cancer? It's a bit worrying. The minute we start asking for "objective studies," we get those massively funded by the big players--who are basically paid to prove that 5G is safe. They're even selling underwear with radiation protection: Well, at least I'll be able to watch my free high-quality porn on the road without latency. Maybe I can choke my chicken and then take a nap in the back of a Tesla on autopilot. Hooray for 5G!