All kinds of conspiracy theories are based on false, unconfirmed beliefs. People often believe in big words and do not know how to analyze simple facts. Therefore, it is not surprising that they can be so easily deceived.

In the UK, Tony Hall, a member of Glastonbury Town Council's 5G Advisory Committee, recommended using 5GBioShield USB sticks for protection against 5G radio waves. He admitted that he uses it and finds it very useful.

The 5GBioShield USB key is nothing but a fraud.
The 5GBioShield USB key is nothing but a fraud.

Tony Hall also stated that dead birds fall on the ground because of 5G, and people have nosebleeds and commit suicides for the same reason. Also, he did not forget to mention studies that claim that 5G networks allegedly cause the spread of coronavirus.

Remember that precisely because of such pseudo-scientific theories, the locals set fire to three 5G stations in England back in April.

British 5G Towers Are Set on Fire Due to Coronavirus Conspiracy Theories
Locals of Birmingham and Merseyside set fire to three 5G stations. The reason for this protest gesture was the belief that the outbreak of the novel coronavirus occurred due to the harmful effects of the fifth-generation networks.

5GBioShield, which Tony Hall suggested using, is a USB stick that is sold for $347.

Manufacturers claim that the device protects your home and family thanks to the wearable holographic nano-layer catalyzer, which can be worn or placed near to a smartphone or any other electrical, radiation, or EMF-emitting device.

The 5GBioShield USB key with the nano-layer uses a quantum holographic catalyzer technology to balance and harmonize the harmful effects of imbalanced electric radiation. The nano-layer operating diameter is either 8 or 40 meters.

But in fact, manufacturers only use terms from physics textbooks to deceive people. Experts disassembled the 5GBioShield and found nothing except a 128-megabyte flash drive.

YouTube Will Limit the Spread of False Coronavirus 5G Theory Videos
YouTube will reduce the number of videos on its platform with false facts about the connection between 5G technology and the coronavirus outbreak.

A pandemic is just the right time to cash in on gullible people. On one well-known Chinese site, USB drives with this amount of memory can be bought in a bundle for less than $15.

Thus, scammers sell 250 times more expensive flash drives than the cheapest ones that can be found today, while claiming that they supposedly protect against 5G radiation.

At the same time, there is no scientific evidence of the harmful effects of 5G. Because of it, birds do not fall, the blood does not come from the nose, and it does not increase the number of suicides. And even more so, 5G is in no way associated with coronavirus.