Good point. This is why the current strategy of killing off most of the 99% with microwave radiation -- wi-fi, "smart" appliances & cell phones/towers -- is a much better strategy.
People will just die off from "nothing". Smart.
Take off the foil hat, it won't save you from the real threat: all the toxic, totally unregulated shit that's in the air "fresheners" and laundry products, body sprays and perfumes, personal care products, textile chemicals, flame retardants, cleaning products, and all the other shit they have convinced so many people they must have in order for their lives to be complete. They put it in everything. They put some fucking bubblegum stinking perfume in my windshield wiper fluid, for fucks sake. I guess now some people can't handle the smell of ethanol, so they have to make it smell purrdy! (otherwise known as “masking fragrance” which doesn’t have to be disclosed on any label.) They put perfume in garbage bags, cat shit litter, children's toys, cars, and the ventilation systems of retail stores and airplanes. People think this shit is made from flowers and spices; it's not. It is basically the chemical waste left over from the distillation of gasoline, but some geniuses have figured out how to recombine and manipulate this crap so they can sell it to people for money, instead of having to dispose of it as the hazardous waste it really is. We're talking carcinogens, teratogens, neurotoxins, endocrine disruptors, skin sensitizers and allergens, asthma triggers. Things that fuck with your DNA expression. Paradichlorobenzene, anyone? That's what gives me migraines, not my fucking smart electric meter, which I've had for months now and can detect no ill effects from whatsoever. People are dying from "nothing" alright, only it's called strange diseases that can't be traced to a single, specific cause, which is exactly how the chemical waste peddling corporations like it. Our chemical laws are outdated and toothless, corporations are given "trade secret" exemptions and are constantly coming up with new permutations on the same old crap to skirt whatever whack-a-mole efforts are made to control them. Ban BPA? They just switch to its cousin, BPS. The ubiquity of this cloud of toxins virtually guarantees impunity for the perpetrators. You can't prove your Glade gave you cancer or made your kid slow, so they're in the clear and your problems are "externalities" as far as the corporate accountants are concerned.