Oxygen Absorption in the Air
Research shows that frequencies from 10GHz and up increasingly interact with the oxygen molecules in the air. The peak is at 60 GHz (5G – 60GHz Wireless Network – Oxygen Absorption – Unable to Breath).
A study publication published by GSM operators studied the attenuation (reduction) of their signal propagation depending on the frequencies used in the GHz band.
Scientists worry that this change in the properties of oxygen molecules will no longer allow oxygen to effectively bond with the hemoglobin in our blood.
- Which could possibly lead to respiratory distress
- And may explain the increased respiratory distress experienced with Corona
THE MICROWAVE ABSORPTION SPECTRUM OF OXYGEN – November 19, 1948 – M.W.P. STRANDBERG, C. Y. MENG, J.G. INGERSOLL
Measurements of the absorption of 5-mm radiation (60 GHz) in oxygen gas have been made. The existence of an absorption band in the milimeter region due to molecular oxygen has been predicted and discussed at some length by Van Vleck. Measurements made by Beringer have given a preliminary confirmation of the existence of this absorption band, as have those of Lamont.
The Underlying Physics of Absorption Spectrum of Oxygen is Known
As Van Vleck has pointed out, the oxygen molecule is in a 3Σ ground state, since it has one unit of spin angular momentum. As a consequence of this resultant spin, it has a magnetic moment equal to two Bohr magnetons. This permanent magnetic moment is the cause of the paramagnetism observed in oxygen, and it also allows the molecule to couple to the magnetic field of an electromagnetic wave. The unit of spin angular momentum perturbs the rotational state since it is coupled to the rotational motion of the molecule. The unit electron spin has three spatial orientations with respect to the given molecular rotational angular momentum vector, K, so that each rotational level is split into three states, J= K + 1, K, and K-l, each J state of this so-called p-type triplet arising from a different orientation of the spin with respect to the rotational motion of the molecule.
BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION RADIOWAVES AND MICROWAVES EURASIAN COMMUNIST COUNTRIES – 1976
Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) research document of 1976 titled “BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION RADIOWAVES AND MICROWAVES EURASIAN COMMUNIST COUNTRIES” quote:
“to summarize the effects of electromagnetic radiation exposure on the blood, the following general changes emerge:
- General decrease in hemoglobin content
- Generally reduced coagulation times
- Decrease in leucocyte count”
How does blood transport oxygen in the first place?
How, exactly, can all these patients be starved of oxygen when their lungs are technically working just fine? To understand one possible answer, you have to first understand how the blood carries oxygen. It’s way more fascinating than you might have supposed.
When functioning normally, 1 molecule of hemoglobin binds with 4 molecules of oxygen, using iron (Fe2+), forming oxyhemoglobin. But this binding is only achieved because of something called “partial pressure” which means the concentration of oxygen in the lung tissues is higher than the concentration of oxygen on the hemoglobin molecule (roughly stated, this is simplified somewhat), so the oxygen “leaps” to the hemoglobin in order to equalize the partial pressures across the chasm.
5G Radiation Alters the Cell Membranes
But 5G radiation alters the porosity of cell membranes, allowing some molecules or ionic elements to move more easily across those members, displacing other molecules (or soluble gasses such as carbon dioxide) that might normally make that leap. For example, it is well documented that 5G radiation causes “Voltage Gated Ion Channels” (VGIC), specifically with calcium ions (VGCC), causing cellular toxicity due to too much calcium entering the cell walls and poisoning the cells.
The research on this was published in Environmental Research — here’s the link — and reveals that 5G exposure not only alters cell permeability (porosity), but also releases peroxinitrites in the body. These are inflammation-producing molecules that ravage other healthy molecules circulating in the blood.
5G and WiFi Health Effects
Published in the journal Environmental Research, the peer-reviewed paper explains that exposure to WiFi signals, which are everywhere these days, can lead to: oxidative stress, sperm and testicular damage, neuropsychiatric effects including EEG (electroencephalogram) changes, apoptosis (programmed cell death), cellular DNA damage, endocrine changes, and calcium overload.
Note that coronavirus patients are already being observed with neuropsychiatric effects, testicular damage and oxidative stress, three of the symptoms of 5G exposure (EMF/ELF Radiation Health Risks).
How 5G Radiation Exposure Alters the Ability of Red Blood Cells to Carry Oxygen
Getting back to the oxygen question, the answer to why 5G radiation exposure may alter the function of hemoglobin is found in understanding the protein structure of hemoglobin itself.
The ability for oxygen to “leap” onto this molecule in the lungs depends entirely on the structure
Hemoglobin relies on something called the “heme group” which is a complex molecule with iron (FE 2+) in its center. This is surrounded by something called a “porphyrin ring” which is a cluster of unique structures (made of oxygen, carbon and hydrogen) that has a special affinity for other oxygen atoms. The ability for oxygen to “leap” onto this molecule in the lungs depends entirely on the structure (which also implies the ionic charges) of these complex molecules.
If you mess with histidine, you end up forcing hemoglobin to carry CO instead of O2
One thing to note in all this is that without the presence of histidine, a special protein, this heme group would have higher affinity toward carbon monoxide than oxygen, meaning the entire heme group would be occupied by carbon monoxide, blocking the absorption of oxygen. Thus, the histidine presence is critical for allowing the heme group to bind with oxygen. If you mess with histidine, you end up forcing hemoglobin to carry CO instead of O2, effectively creating oxygen deprivation in the blood.
This heme group, by the way, has special affinity for carbon dioxide, which allows the same molecule to carry CO2 out of the body’s cells and transport CO2 back to the lungs. Remember: The same hemoglobin molecule must carry both CO2 and O2 but at different times, and it must attract and then release those molecules at opposite times in order to rid the body of CO2 and nourish the body with O2. This is all accomplished with a delicate balance of proteins and protein folding.
The hemoglobin molecule itself is a miracle of nanotechnology. It transmorphs into two different structural states based on whether it’s carrying oxygen or not. In what’s called the “R-state,” this molecule is like a magnet for oxygen. When four oxygen atoms are bound, it becomes a highly stable structure (and appears red). Technically, the binding of a single molecule of oxygen (O2) increases the affinity toward oxygen on the three other oxygen sites, making the hemoglobin “mop up” four oxygen molecules very quickly. When it lacks oxygen, it changes to a “T-state” and appears blue, which is why low-oxygen blood has a blue color.
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Oxygen Absorption in the Air – THE MICROWAVE ABSORPTION SPECTRUM OF OXYGEN – November 19, 1948 – M.W.P. STRANDBERG, C. Y. MENG, J.G. INGERSOLL – The Underlying Physics of Absorption Spectrum of Oxygen is Known – BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION RADIOWAVES AND MICROWAVES EURASIAN COMMUNIST COUNTRIES – 1976 – How does blood transport oxygen in the first place? – 5G Radiation Alters the Cell Membranes – 5G and WiFi Health Effects – How 5G Radiation Exposure Alters the Ability of Red Blood Cells to Carry Oxygen – The ability for oxygen to “leap” onto this molecule in the lungs depends entirely on the structure – If you mess with histidine, you end up forcing hemoglobin to carry CO instead of O2 – 5G AND DIGITAL CONCENTRATION CAMPS WITH CONTROL FROM GENETIC LEVEL