Yesterday we brought you the story of Telstra taking to Twitter to shame 5G conspiracy theorists.
And today we have more 5G news.
This time it’s about a dodgy online company flogging USB sticks that claim to provide users with a nano layer of “quantum holographic catalyzer technology” protection from “all harmful imbalanced electric radiation (incl. 2G 3G 4G 5G WIFI)”.
The company, ‘5G Bio Shield’, uses an image of a woman working on her laptop with what appears to be a bubble around her to advertise the product.
The sticks are being sold for £283 ($527) for one or £795 ($1,479) for three – enough to protect an entire home from radiation, according to the company.
With conspiracy theories around 5G running high at the moment – particularly the link between the technology and COVID-19 – social media has been quick to call out 5G Bio Shield for being a load of rubbish.
Every time I think we've hit rock bottom, I'm surprised by stuff like this – https://t.co/zlNvLI7mzQ
— Jon Bauer (@jonmbauer) May 21, 2020
"The 5GBioShield USB Key emits a large number of life force frequencies favoring a general revitalization of the body, adjusting them according to the absorption capacity of each respective individual."
SIGH. </bullshit> pic.twitter.com/SBgxXjnRvI
— Stefan "IT'S ALLERGIES" Jones (@StefanEJones) May 21, 2020
OH MY GOD!
Here's your daily dose of bullshit! Sorry, I meant to say: Here are the IMPORTANT "5g BioShield Affiliate News Updates".
"Birth of the Planetary Being" by Ilija Lakicevichttps://t.co/ZZiPWgSNsN
— Zardoz Speaks to You (@GeopolymerBrick) May 20, 2020
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