5G Induces Coronaviruses: New Study Models Millimeter Wave Influence on DNA

A new study mathematically models how 5G induces coronaviruses (such as SARS-CoV-2 or COVID-19) via millimeter wave penetration of our cells. 5G can also influence and change our DNA. Loading… 5G induces coronaviruses according to a new study just published on the US NIH (National Institute of Health) website PubMed.gov and published earlier elsewhere. The study, entitled 5G Technology and induction of coronavirus in skin cells (full version here), comes to the shocking conclusion – shocking from a mainstream scientific viewpoint – that 5G technology can instigate the body to produce viruses as a cellular response. Guess what? The 5G millimeter waves (so-called because they operate in extremely high frequencies where there is less than a millimeter between the wave peaks) can make the body produce not just any class of viruses but actually coronaviruses! This research peels back another layer of Operation Coronavirus, affirming the coronavirus 5G connection that I and others were warning about in February when this entire plandemic got off the ground.

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BREAKING: UK govt to vote on permanently allowing women to abort pre-born babies at home

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GOP Rep. Brady on Biden Proposal to Cancel Trump Tax Cuts: 'Can't Think of Anything More Dangerous and Irresponsible'

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BUSTED: NIH Owns Financial Stake In Gates-Funded Coronavirus Vaccine

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Washington Sheriff Urges Residents to Defy Mask Order: ‘Don’t Be a Sheep’

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Jack Dorsey's payment processor Square withholds 30% of payments during coronavirus pandemic

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