People might start to think if you are an anti 5G conspiracist, and that’s OK but it seems you can also get financially damaged if you fall into this USB stick scam.
“5G is the enemy” , “5G is being used to spread COVID-19”, “governments use 5G to destroy the weakest population”.
These statements are not a joke, although they seem so. They are phrases that have emerged in recent months as part of the conspiracy theories, without foundation. And these are now part of the arguments of more than one before the global pandemic we are going through.
This type of disinformation has caused, for example, in the UK that 5G towers are being demolished and burned down.
And now scammers find the perfect time to make some money from all of this. In UK, a device called “5GBioShield” promises to use “quantum holographic technology catalyst” to protect up a family home from the so-called effects of the 5G.
Is anti 5G USB stick for real?
The hilarious is that it has been discovered that this “5GBioShield” is actually a simple 128MB USB that is sold for $350. But it actually is a $3 device.
There is no evidence linking 5G to the appearance of diseases has been reiterated on several occasions , and by different institutions. Despite this, every day the number of followers of conspiracies that base their existence on the supposed danger of the new 5G networks continues to grow.
Precisely that is the type of public that this miraculous device is aimed at, which obviously will not protect you from any type of radiation , nor of course from the –existent, unless proven otherwise– 5G dangers.
In the words of the company, the operation of this “protective shield” consists of, once the device is connected to a USB port. It will always remain active, creating a kind of “bubble” capable of encompassing an entire family home. And this bubble prevents that the radiation emitted by electronic devices can reach us. To achieve this, the 5GBioShield USB key “restores the coherence of the geometry of the atoms”, whatever that means.