By choosing I Accept, you consent to our use of cookies and other tracking technologies. Other conspiracy theorists think that coronavirus is simply a hoax to distract from the supposed mass-control and illnesses caused by the technology, despite reputable scientists repeatedly rubbishing these claims. ‘Conspiracy theories are a symptom of a larger issue where people don’t trust politics and feel left behind’, David Tennant mocks Eamonn Holmes for 5G conspiracy theory comments, '5G bioshield' for conspiracy theorists is 'just cheap USB key', Christian TV channel sanctioned after falsely linking 5G to Covid-19, It’s hardly surprising people believe in the 5G conspiracy theory, David Icke has YouTube channel deleted after linking coronavirus to 5G, The 5G conspiracy theory shows how fast extreme ideas spread, How telecoms engineers are facing abuse due to 5G conspiracy theories, Arsonists attack phone mast serving NHS Nightingale hospital, 5G conspiracy theories have become interlinked with fake news about COVID-19, You may not agree with our views, or other users’, but please respond to them respectfully, Swearing, personal abuse, racism, sexism, homophobia and other discriminatory or inciteful language is not acceptable, Do not impersonate other users or reveal private information about third parties, We reserve the right to delete inappropriate posts and ban offending users without notification. The existing Open Comments threads will continue to exist for those who do not subscribe to Independent Premium. There’s no scientific evidence to suggest 5G is harmful to flocks of birds, that it increases suicide rates or nose bleeds, or that it’s even linked to coronavirus. He had a megaphone and is said to have been telling crowds that coronavirus is a ‘pack of lies to brainwash you and keep you in order’. The protest was attended by known conspiracy theorist Piers Corbyn – the brother of former Labour leader Jeremy. ‘It restores the coherence of the geometry of the atoms, which allows a perfect induction for life forces, by re-creating a cardiac coherence, via plasmic support and interactivity. Scammers are trying to sell a $350 USB key with just 128MB of storage as an anti-5G solution. The only difference appears to be a circular sticker attached to the device. But the anti-5G USB stick isn’t the only bogus product out there. The keys sell for £283 on the website. The bonkers website is littered with mind-boggling and nonsensical phrases such as ‘quantum oscillation’ and ‘the coherence of the geometry of atoms’. BBC News reports that the “5GBioShield” has been recommended by a member of Glastonbury Town Council’s 5G Advisory Committee. The key, which experts say is no different to any other 128MB USB key, also claims to restore "the coherence of the geometry of the atoms", Find your bookmarks in your Independent Premium section, under my profile. When asked about the so-called protective properties of the 5GBioShield Anna Grochowalska, one of two directors of BioShield Distribution Ltd which owns the copyright for the website selling the USB key, said: “We are in possession of a great deal of technical information, with plenty of back-up historical research. latest news, feel-good stories, analysis and more, Jesus Christ’s ‘childhood home’ discovered by archaeologist, Amazon investigate after customers receive bags of rice instead of PS5, Proof of aliens? Please continue to respect all commenters and create constructive debates. The account, which has been active since January 2010 – nine years before 5G was existence – has 2,673 followers and it’s pinned tweet invites others to share pictures of 5G transmitters. If 5G did have harmful consequences, there is no reason why these would not have been detected already since the signal exists within these bands. As the BBC reports, this product has been recommended by Glastonbury Town Council's 5G Advisory Committee, an organisation that has called for an inquiry into 5G due to its beliefs that 5G is harmful.