Cell phone radiation

13 06 2008

Yes, that seems to be cropping up again. Cell phone radiation. Worried about brain cancer because of it? Well, this article on CNETs site reports on their analysis of cell phone radiation so you can put your fears to rest. Or not. Or get a phone that is more in line with what you level of radiation you are willing to put up with.

(My phone seems to be fine, but it needs to be replaced so I’ll check this list before deciding on a replacement.)

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11 04 2009
Ksenia

I think that the problem is that the industry doesn’t want us to know it, and the big companies hush up any reasearch perjudicial to them. What you expected they would say? That their produce is harmful? They will never say that! The tobacco industry has been telling us for decades that smoking is not dangerous, and yet it is.
I have seen my father investigating that issue for a many years, and I am absolutely convinced that there is a real danger.

Look, for instance, look that article: Temperature measuring of personal computer operator’s hands with the help of infrared thermography

The use of computers (another thing that big companies don’t want us to know) INCREASE the body’s temperature, and it’s proved that mobiles have similar effects.

That other article is about mobile phones effects. For this test, the device Aurospectrophotometer 2100(USA) was used. That device was developed for objective estimation of physiological and psychological state of human organism through high-frequency glow color gamma fixation. And you can see through the images that that state changes when we use a mobile phone.

Once and for all, please…open your eyes and your mind.

PS: I’m not telling that using a mobile phone will kill you immediately. I’m not a paranoic. I know that there are LOTS of more dangerous things. But is a fact that that mobiles are not absolutely innocuous.

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