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Originally Posted by SharpShoot3r07 View Post

I've always been paranoid about stuff like this. Which is why I always talk on the phone in speaker mode and always keep my phone a distance away from me while not using it.

Me too, but I can't help but to yell when I talk speakerphone. It seems to be offputting to some though.
Just kidding, I don't even talk on the phone that much. On a positive note, I'm glad nonionizing radiation isn't dangerous. My house is bathed in wifi, bluetooth, powerline ethernet, all sorts of bad stuff.
I used to work in a carbon arc foundry, the power cables put out such a strong field, the furnace operator had me hold one of the 10' 1" steel pipes they used to blow air in the crucible to get rid of excess N2 to show me. It shook as much as a cheap massage chair, and was over 6' from the power lines!. Those guys were really bathed in em, but it would be hard to do an isolated study, the 3k F steel, and the arc melting of it put out enough uv I got a sunburn in 15 minutes, they breathed in tons of metal vapors and everyone smoked, even me.
Cellphones - pff
post #32 of 88
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Originally Posted by RiverOfIce View Post

6w per kg for 9 hours a day 7 days a week. And the only a 3% chance.
6W per kg while the output power of a phone's transmitter is probably 100mW and a much larger amount of body is receiving it say 5 kg. It is as you say a bogus story and we will all enjoy living with our phones.

I'm waiting for the first person to begin talking about chem trails and 9/11. I love loony tin foil hate people.
post #33 of 88
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DIsagree, some people sleep with there cell phones next to night stand, etc... so much is still unknown.

Holy crap i do this. I play audio or videos and just go to sleep. Guess i need to stop doing this now.
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On a positive note, I'm glad nonionizing radiation isn't dangerous. My house is bathed in wifi, bluetooth, powerline ethernet, all sorts of bad stuff.
"Non-ionizing" means only that it does not randomly modify genes in DNA directly.

There are researchers that have found indications that radiation, or even electric fields, could potentially could lead to heart disease and other conditions that are not cancerous.

BTW. Strong microwaves have been shown to kill cells when they divide. There is therefore ongoing research to see if microwaves could be used as a possible treatment for brain cancer: Because neurons divide very slowly, where as cancer cells divide very fast it would kill cancer at a much higher rate than it would kill neurons.
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Some rats live longer?

BRB buying 100 cellphones. Wonder what the maximum amount you can fit against your body is. Using the cameras on the ones near your eyes would mean you don't even have to leave a gap!
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I don't want kids, I don't like condoms, and I like taking responsibility for my own life.

Thus I keep a cell phone in every pants pocket. biggrin.gif


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6W per kg while the output power of a phone's transmitter is probably 100mW and a much larger amount of body is receiving it say 5 kg. It is as you say a bogus story and we will all enjoy living with our phones.

I'm waiting for the first person to begin talking about chem trails and 9/11. I love loony tin foil hate people.

To be fair 9/11 has some validity to it, I mean it's established fact that the FBI knew a large scale attack was going to happen and did nothing about it and there's some funky details that don't make a lot of sense. But that's a pretty big leap to go from the facts and oddities like the implosions instead of crumbling to the US government participated in the events of 9/11.

Chem trail nonsense is largely tin foilery though.
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I've always been paranoid about stuff like this. Which is why I always talk on the phone in speaker mode and always keep my phone a distance away from me while not using it.

wont save you from anything, its like second hand smoking where you are radiated by other phones and if you carry it on you thats targeted radiation.

lil tadpoles in your sack are dyeing from it anyway
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Explains why i started using the blue pill a few years ago proof.gif
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