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This page at Cambridge University says its a myth. There is a burst of energy when you turn them on, but its equivalent to 2 seconds of run time. Also the light lifetime is not seriously affected by turning it off and then on again occasionally. The energy consumed to start a typical lamp is the equivalent of 2 seconds running time, so it is wrong to say ...


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No, while 337 starlings (<5% of the population) and 2 common wood pigeons were found dead in a Netherlands park, this was not due to a 5G test. The birds died 4 months after the only conducted 5G test and such "bird death" events are quite common. Snopes is my first search result for "The Hague dead birds". They say unexplained bird deaths occurring in ...


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Snopes actually has more details refuting the sequence of events; because tests of 5G use yet unallocated spectrum, they need special regulatory approval. One such test did occur in an area generally near Huijgenspark, but it took place on 28 June 2018, and it was not followed by a massive bird die-off. For this test, the Dutch equivalent of the FCC ...


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There is a short report on the swiss national broadcaster, SRF, about the incident, to be found here, in german: https://www.srf.ch/news/wirtschaft/mobilfunk-geruechte-die-wichtigsten-antworten-in-der-5g-debatte In short it says (translation mine): Local authorities rebuted 5G-tests on that same day. Dead birds have been found over the course of ...


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It seems there's some evidence that you can be shocked through earphones especially during lightning strikes: Listening to MP3s in a storm could blow your mind Some evidence of other shocks non storm related: Girl, 17, electrocuted as she charged her mobile — as the headphones ‘melted in her ears’ A Teenager Was Electrocuted While Using Earbuds and His ...


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