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These stickers are sold as "safety" devices that will shield you from RF energy from your phone and other home appliances. In reality there's nothing safe about them.
Worse still, they may pose a genuine safety risk by exposing the user to an unnecessary level of radiation from what is presumably the thorium dioxide commonly used in this type of product.
If you see someone using these stickers, tell them that they may pose a radiation exposure risk and advise removing them.
This all stems from the lucrative conspiracy industry that invents scaremongering pseudo-science to encourage people to buy useless or sometimes dangerous products to protect them from the implied hazards.
I have huge concerns for the factory workers involved in manufacturing these quack devices. The thorium is normally added in a powder form, meaning that they will invariably be breathing in and ingesting radioactive material for no justifiable reason at all. This will cause them health issues in later life.
The whole concept of the new 5G standard is to create a system akin to a street-wide WiFi network that will effectively lower the RF output of modern phones. A metal sticker like this may actually interfere with the antenna in your phone and cause it to transmit at a higher power level than required. The same conspiracists have already started creating false hype about the future 6G standard despite it still being under development.
There's a long history of this behaviour, including implications that electricity would kill everyone and that if vehicles went too fast people would stop breathing and die. The perpetrators are usually not technically inclined and create false science to promote their agenda. Some even buy doctorates to imply they are medical experts.
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Ah, yes, we revisit this old subject again. I'd like to thank james for sending me some of these lovely anti-radiation stickers from amazon who are still selling them, and the idea is that you stick these inside your phone and it basically absorbs all the harmful energy. The electromagnetic radiation, so it says, features absorb and transfer electromagnetic radiation waves by using special materials and reduce mobile phone radiation injury on the human brain of 99.99. It suggests you can use them for applications like mobile phone, laptop microwave oven, tv set refrigerator, hair, dryer and other electric appliances.

Oh that's my brother arriving. I wonder if he wants to see these too i'll. Let him come in and then ask him what he thinks of these, but in the meantime, let's test these, i think he may have been beset by a little kitty. Hello, ralph, making a video but you're welcome to join in right.

Now it's right up your street. So other things to say how does electromagnetic radiation from electronics affect the body? Our bodies can absorb electromagnetic radiation as energy, meaning molecules in the tissue directly exposed to radiation get excited, in other words, they heat up. Do you like these stickers off? Oh, they look lovely. You put them on your phone and do it they do or they they kind of transform it into something dynamic.

Yes, and something like that, they actually protect you from the harmful 5gs. In other words, they heat up. This is exactly what happens when we sunbathe the molecules in our skin are excited by waves in the sunlight and thus sunshine feels warmer skin. I wouldn't handle it too much by the way, so, let's bring in the guy, let's bring in the geiger counter, sounds like a bollocks yeah, let's bring in the geiger counter right and we'll keep these labels away from these little stickers right.

So it's going to detect a slight ambient level. I think my bench is unfortunately more radiation than radioactive normal and, let's just press some of these little stickers up against the geiger counter tube, oh think, about it, starting to go up. Oh, it sure is starting to go up yes, because these are actually redirective. What yep can be good for you? Well, it can be good for you, but is it better than five g's uh? So it is increasing dramatically because these almost certainly contain thorium dioxide, which is uh not great, to have stuck to the side, your phone and then put in a pocket.

So it's pressing against the side of your leg in the same place, all the time that is going to give you an overdose of radiation, so it says anti-radiation, emr, shield, negative, ion and far infrared caring for health. It's all anti-electromagnetic radiation. It can effectively remove phenomena such as headache, insomnia and hair loss. I think it could probably cause hair loss and preventing radiation.

It's not it's actually causing radiation. Oh, i don't want to buy that. No, you don't want to buy these, you don't want them on your phone, but people do have them on their phones, because they're buying them from amazon and sticking on their phones for health effects. Are some people stupid? It's not stupid.

It's just they're a bit naive and they don't realize what this is, because it's been missiled as deceptive advertising is naive, is naivety, a form of stupidity. No, let's not. Let's not accuse them of that they're innocent in this what's happening here, but the main thing is think of the factor. That's making these where i'm not sure if the radiation is in the metal or if it's in the adhesive.

I think it's probably going to be in the adhesive just because it's easy to get the thorium dioxide in there and those factory workers are breathing. In that dust, because it's usually in powder form and they're getting exposed to huge quantities of radiation in the most harmful way possible, and that's not good. So if you see someone with one of these in their phone, tell them that it's possibly radioactive and encourage them to remove it, because it will potentially save them from later health problems in life. Cheerio.

16 thoughts on “Amazon fake 5g safety stickers hazard”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars James Luck says:

    That's not a terrible increase especially considering how many had to be within close proximity of the tube to get your count shown.

    Although I'd be worried of contamination. I've tested many if these over the years and most actually shed its source material.

    Be cautious, wash your hands thoroughly after touching, alpha seems weak and non concerning until you get it inside.

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Victoria Jenkins says:

    Not hard to believe since people are willing to take animal dewormer instead of a proper vaccine for a particular pandemic that we're going through.

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Joshua Smellie says:

    Ah yes, the classic anti-radiation sticker that works by pumping you with even more radiation than the device you're supposedly protecting yourself from.

    It's like drinking more booze to fix a hangover.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars hob991 says:

    The 5 G conspiracy always amuses me as its almost certain that those people have a 4 G phone in their pockets …. and those same people were warning about the danger of 4 G a few years ago !!!!

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars hob991 says:

    You are measuring in counts per minute, that's about 1 cps (count per second) per item or almost nothing …………. I have seen backgrounds higher than that.

    Other variables would be
    ! the efficiency of your machine
    2 how well calibrated it is

    But that is no excuse for selling or even mis – selling the stuff. !!

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Lawrence Sollanek says:

    You should have told Ralph they're fertility amulets that you keep in your pocket to stimulate testosterone production in his balls (bollocks?!? Am I using that term correctly?) That'll teach him…

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Acme Fixer says:

    I already have an orange saucer, glazed with uranium oxide glaze, that drives my Geiger counter crazy. I also have a tungsten mantle for a Coleman lantern that also makes it go bananas. And then there is the thorium glass in my Canon camera lens that is radioactive. Geiger counters reveal some surprising things. Thanks, Clive and Ralph.

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars LtKernelPanic says:

    Half tempted to buy some just to add to my collection of radioactive stuff but I hate supporting quackery like this though.. Gonna need a bigger rad box!

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Peter Stevens says:

    The instructions above the picture do say the "Effect of Negative Health Sticker" ; guess they aren't totally lying! It is a negative health sticker.

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Gavin Stirling says:

    Such a crazy stupid idea. So the sellers can legitimately say they emit radiation (as opposed to being fake), however the radiation does nothing but potentially cause harm.

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars lImbus924 says:

    This is a great video! I knew the second it was gonna be when you said your brother was showing up. Gotta love brotherly banter!

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars tazz1669 says:

    Wow I guess Amazon don't have to worry about putting radioactive things through the post as they have a network of delivery drivers, do they sell other radioactive things, might be worthwhile doing a search for platonium on Amazon, not that I'd have a clue what to do with it apart frim stay the hell away from it. Are these things even legal to sell?

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Pittsburgh Flip says:

    Put this on your phone, and you won't have to worry about the phone's radiation!
    yeah, because you have to worry about the sticker radiation…. at least there is a solution for that– put another sticker on!

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars WizardTim says:

    Thanks for this PSA about those horrible stickers, it will certainly reach a lot more than I can.

    I've actually been working on a series of videos about those stickers and other similar modern quack radioactive products for quite awhile now (since 2020) and the whole industry of those products goes pretty deep. Reading reviews on Amazon and other platforms is pretty horrific, plenty of people either have them fall apart after a lot of use or will intentionally take them apart or even apply them to their skin or worst of all their child's skin! But I can't really blame people for believing the fake advertising and marketing claims especially when sold on reputable platforms like Amazon and Walmart, not the usual Wish or Aliexpress.

    Some spoilers for my video when I eventually get around to finishing it:

    * They don't do jack to 5G, but are instead pointlessly radioactive, my opinion is to label them "intentionally malicious" as they claim to get rid of harmful radiation but instead emit it.

    * The radioactive powder is between the adhesive layer and the metallic layer, most of the radiation still penetrates the metallic layer. There is a decent amount of machinery required to manufacture those stickers, a lot of which is not fully automated and requires a lot of manual manipulation of the stickers between machines.

    * Amazon US by my research has well over AU$140,000 worth of those stickers in stock (ownership and liability is debated as many are 'third party sellers') and sells over AU$9,000 to AU$15,000 worth of them a week. The storage of those products in Amazon fulfillment centers is somewhat hazardous to workers however they are unlikely to be near the boxes for long enough but OSHA certainly would not approve. If you are an Amazon US fulfillment center worker you should refuse to handle those products and notify your supervisor immediately and report the storage of those products to the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission safety hotline

    * I've analysed them myself with a small CsI gamma spectrometer and they contain a good bit of thorium as well as uranium (above the point you need a license to sell them), they aren't highly refined thorium but powdered rock from certain parts of China that are only slightly refined and sorted by activity.

    * The workers in China are the most at risk people from those products, I've got pictures from those rural factories and warehouses showing not just bags but pallets worth of this powder stored poorly with radiation levels well over 100 uSv/hr and of course workers are not told about the risks.

    * Their decay doesn't emit a lot of gamma but instead lots of alpha and beta so on a mica windowed pancake detector they give a much high count rate (1,000+ cpm per sticker). They're about as dangerous as a thoriated welding rod or two, however you don't carry thoriated welding rods around pointlessly with you all day.

    * I've sent some off to a lab for further traceable analysis with a much more expensive higher resolution gamma spectrometer to determine the absolute content of uranium and thorium and level of refinement which should make good content.

    I've spent way too much time and money on the videos to let them die (project folder is already 65 GiB) so I hope it will be a good watch when I'm finally done.

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars DC Allan says:

    Ridiculous, Im supprised Amazon stock them I'm not supprised people buy them. But to add radiation to cancel out radiation is absurd. great info 2x👍

  16. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars reedyd says:

    I like the tag team effort and the good-cop / bad-cop approach to "stupid people". (I'm with your brother on that one!)

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