A Response to the New York Times‘ Promotion of 5G “Unscience”
I had to read the article three times through to convince myself it was not an advertisement. This article is not only unscience, but it is deceivable opinion; This does not bode well for the credibility of The New York Times as a science outlet resource.
Wanting to understand how a senior science writer for The New York Times could write such a propaganda piece, I went to google and asked, “Who is William J. Broad?” And what came up?
Incredulous. Mr. Broad is not OK with Yoga, but he is perfectly OK with 5G radiation irradiating the whole planet with no questions asked. He ignorantly misjudges and mischaracterizes concerned citizens that rightly question the health consequences of 5G (ANY G), as fear-mongers and alarmists. He cites just one study, against the thousands of studies that have been compiled worldwide by hundreds of scientists (not story tellers). Surely Mr. Broad and the editorial staff of The New York Times knows of the International 5G space appeal.