I have no idea…
Where I am, we have EBS tests every first or second wednesday of the month. So it would be an EBS similar to any other.
As far as the radio-frequencies are concerned, they have always been harmful. The safety standards have been out of date before any of the technologies were implemented. To a point, all of our wireless systems are bad for health.
The standard for health has been whether the radiation is strong enough to fully penetrate a cell and tear apart DNA. If it doesn’t do that, then it’s deemed safe. But that’s a pretty horrendous standard since the entire body is electromagnetic and electrochemical in its functioning. There doesn’t need to be something catastrophic like DNA destruction for damage to be done.
Iontophoresis can cause different chemicals to pass through different layers of the body more easily. Being constantly immersed in an artificial electromagnetic field can cause different unevenly distributed charges to aggregate at points in the body. Many of the body’s systems are coherent down to the quantum level and their guidance systems get pushed around by all of the wifi and radio transmissions.
All kinds of crap has gone on for the past 100+ years due to our rather stupid use of wireless technologies.
I do know that there has been some research about chemicals in recent, widely distributed, injections. And that research has shown a responsiveness to electromagnetic fields. I haven’t seen anyone of specific repute reporting in on that. It’s possible, but we’ve been swimming in horrendous electrosmog for the past few decades. I don’t know that a specific spectrum shift will make a catastrophic difference.
But who knows . I don’t use Facebook, so I hadn’t heard of this. But Facebook generally censors anything of value, so that makes me doubt its significance.