If anything had the potential to delay or derail the rollouts of new , it was a series of claims that the . But those claims are “wrong,” the reports, and based on the work of two scientists whose views were debunked — just not before used them to spread unwarranted fear of the new technology.

According to the Times, the key to the scientists’ inaccurate claims is a 19-year-old graph by Dr. Bill Curry that purports to show the human brain absorbing greater quantities of microwave radio signals as frequencies increase, rising in the spectra used by 2G and 3G cellular standards, then spiking at 4G and 5G frequencies. Curry suggested that the radio waves would cause brain cancer, and the sensational claim was

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