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Nuclear Safety authority discovers 5G-blocking bracelets, pendants and other products are actually radioactive

The Quantum Pendant is one of ten products found to emit low levels of ionising radiation. (Image source: ANVS Netherlands)
The Quantum Pendant is one of ten products found to emit low levels of ionising radiation. (Image source: ANVS Netherlands)
The Dutch Authority for Nuclear Safety has found that numerous anti-5G products are radioactive. The products include pendants, bracelets and more, which emit ionising radiation.

The Authority for Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection (ANVS) has announced concerns with ten products; some marketed as anti-5G devices. In a press release, the ANVS advises that these products emit ionising radiation, albeit low levels of it. Hence, the potential damage to health is low.

However, all the concerned products are designed to be worn, such as sleep masks, pendants and bracelets. Unsurprisingly, the ANVS worries that people will wear these products frequently and at length. As a result, the ANVS states that 'long-term health damage cannot be completely ruled out'. Correspondingly, the AVNS implores that people put these devices 'away safely'.

The ANVS has also informed known sellers that all concerned devices must be pulled from sale immediately. Additionally, the sellers should inform their customers that they have purchased ionising products. Last year, a company called 5GBioShield released an eponymous USB stick that promised to protect against 5G networks. The World Health Organization (WHO) insists that 5G networks are safe, unlike the anti-5G Quantum Pendant.

The Magnetix Sportboost bracelet with negative ions is another of the ten radioactive products. (Image source: ANVS Netherlands)
The Magnetix Sportboost bracelet with negative ions is another of the ten radioactive products. (Image source: ANVS Netherlands)

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Alex Alderson, 2021-12-20 (Update: 2021-12-20)