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Thankfully I barely use over 60 minutes of talking per month... Does thos radiation occur due to the core of cell phones - the voice thing or what? Maybe some crap can be disabled/reduced if only VOIP is used???

This must be sarcastic. There is no way you can build a computer, overclock it AND know what VOIP is and not be able to describe the components of a phone more precisely than "core" and "voice thing."

Anyways, that aside, I find it hilarious when people blindly believe articles written by former English majors who skimmed an abstract on a possibly dubious study and managed to extract a sensationalist conclusion. Pretty much that John Oliver video linked earlier.

People even seem HAPPY to believe that their cell phones, GMO crops and sunscreen are killing them. They'll throw away everything made possible by properly educated and creative scientists because some tabloid decided to write something upsetting to boost readership.

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This must be sarcastic. There is no way you can build a computer, overclock it AND know what VOIP is and not be able to describe the components of a phone more precisely than "core" and "voice thing."

Anyways, that aside, I find it hilarious when people blindly believe articles written by former English majors who skimmed an abstract on a possibly dubious study and managed to extract a sensationalist conclusion. Pretty much that John Oliver video linked earlier.

People even seem HAPPY to believe that their cell phones, GMO crops and sunscreen are killing them. They'll throw away everything made possible by properly educated and creative scientists because some tabloid decided to write something upsetting to boost readership.

/rant

I was talking about using a phone as a tablet. You can use Skype, ooVoo, etc. - none require the voice service. AFAIK phones have:
- Data Plan - 3G/4G. etc
- Voice Plan - whatever...
- Wi-Fi
- Bluetooth

Will radiation still be there if only Wi-Fi, Data Plan, and Bluetooth are used? What about Wi-Fi and Bluetooth only?
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Originally Posted by MonarchX View Post

I was talking about using a phone as a tablet. You can use Skype, ooVoo, etc. - none require the voice service. AFAIK phones have:
- Data Plan - 3G/4G. etc
- Voice Plan - whatever...
- Wi-Fi
- Bluetooth

Will radiation still be there if only Wi-Fi, Data Plan, and Bluetooth are used? What about Wi-Fi and Bluetooth only?

Yes. All wireless connections are "radiation".
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I was talking about using a phone as a tablet. You can use Skype, ooVoo, etc. - none require the voice service. AFAIK phones have:
- Data Plan - 3G/4G. etc
- Voice Plan - whatever...
- Wi-Fi
- Bluetooth

Will radiation still be there if only Wi-Fi, Data Plan, and Bluetooth are used? What about Wi-Fi and Bluetooth only?

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Originally Posted by Zero4549 View Post

Yes. All wireless connections are "radiation".

To expand on Zero's reply, all of the technologies you mentioned are spectra of light. Thus, they are literally the same thing as x-rays, microwaves, infrared, UV, as well as the light emitted from a regular light bulb. The difference is the amplitude and wavelength.

We all know it's not a good idea to take a nap in a high-powered x-ray scanner, but that doesn't mean we need to hide from everything that emits any amount of x-rays. The sun for example, emits relatively small amounts of x-rays which have no tangible effect on us whatsoever (UV is another story since the sun cranks out so much of it). By the same token, it really doesn't matter what kind of "wave" our phone subjects us to since it is so weak. It's a non-issue and will remain so unless good research suggests otherwise (which it hasn't so far).

Also for future reference, WiFi waves are at frequencies of 2.4 and 5Ghz, "Data plan" i.e. GSM and CDMA are at a number of varying frequencies (usually in the hundreds of Mhz) and Bluetooth is in the 2400Mhz range. The frequency matters far less than the power though, since really any light if "strong" enough will do damage (such as visible-light lasers).
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I was talking about using a phone as a tablet. You can use Skype, ooVoo, etc. - none require the voice service. AFAIK phones have:
- Data Plan - 3G/4G. etc
- Voice Plan - whatever...
- Wi-Fi
- Bluetooth

Will radiation still be there if only Wi-Fi, Data Plan, and Bluetooth are used? What about Wi-Fi and Bluetooth only?

Yes. All wireless connections are "radiation".

And they all give you cancer



































if you live in California...
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More Interesting Story:
Source: http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2016/04/09/senior-darpa-scientist-warns-of-widespread-lethal-attacks-upon-the-public-coming-from-microwave-towers/
Quote:
"Senior DARPA Scientist Warns of Widespread LETHAL ATTACKS Upon the Public Coming From Microwave Towers"

It is an old issue, but with a new revelation by the most credible insider source to date. Recently, I was contacted by Dr. Paul Batcho. Batcho is a former DARPA senior scientist who worked at Los Alamos and held a top secret security clearance. In short, Batcho asserts that clandestine forces are purposely engaging in “acts of terrorism” against the general public through emission of dangerous frequencies from cell phone and microwave towers in the St. Petersburg/Orlando/ Tampa, Florida area.

Before launching into a revelation of the stunning claims presented to me by Dr. Batcho, let’s establish his crediblity as a reliable witness.
Dr. Paul Batcho’s Relevant Vitae

Below is the publicly available professional background of Dr. Paul Batcho:
Educational Background

Princeton University
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Computational and Applied Mathematics 1987 – 1994

Computational Physics and low dimensional modeling of dynamical systems; turbulence theory

Revlevant Work Experience

Staff Member Los Alamos National Laboratory

October 2001 – August 2004 (2 years 11 months)Los Alamos, NM

Computational Physics
– C++ OOD design and software engineering development (agile, scrum)
– advanced concurrent computing on thousands of processors, Linux/MS development
– software quality assurance, CVS, unit testing and project management

Research Associate
Howard Hughes Medical Institute

1999 – 2001 (2 years)

Visiting member of Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU; research position with Howard Hughes Medical Institute
– Computational Physics for molecular biology, quantum chemistry, fluid dynamics.


Paul Batcho > April 8, 2016

8:08 PM
A​TTN: Telecommunication threat security office, Homeland Security

I would like to bring to your attention an ongoing threat with regards to harmful communications transmitting from the cellular towers in central Florida, and Tampa St Petersburg. It is not clear to me whether it is due to the USCENTCOM in Tampa or it is targeting US civilians.

I am a former scientist from Los Alamos National Lab in NM where I held a Q-Clearance for the DOE (top-secret DoD) for several years. I have also worked on DARPA research projects. I have a Ph.D. from Princeton and now live in St Petersburg and work… (Personal information deleted)…

I seem to have stumbled across an advanced technology that I would classify as synthetic telepathy. It clearly uses the cellular towers to transmit illegal signals. It sounds unbelievable but it is actual technology being used on civilians of the US.

My basic research does indicate that such technology can exist and dates back to the V2K (P300) mind wave technology of the 1970s. This does appear to be a much more advanced version that allows open communication of human mind to mind bridges.

Please forward my email to the appropriate DoD security office and I would like the issue investigated. Human brains appear to transmit and receive at the RF bands around 450MHz and microwave transmissions can be highly damaging in turns of induced bio-effects. Please also forward my email to any CIA ​or US technology ​ team that may be researching similar technologies. It is very clear to me that such technologies exist.

Please feel free to contact me, and I will be able to offer some background and technical information.

Thank you

Paul F Batcho, Ph.D.
St Petersburg, FL 33701



On Thu, Mar 24, 2016 at 10:18 AM, Paul Batcho wrote:

A​TTN: Telecommunication security office, Homeland Security
The Constitution Is Clear:Please find the follow-up to my communication on the transmission of illegal radio frequency signals from the cellular and micro towers in Tampa/St Petersburg, and its surrounding areas. My observations are based on clear scientific and engineering principles and data.

I am a Ph.D. from Princeton University and a former scientist from Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico where I worked within nuclear weapon research teams. I held a Q clearance (top secret equivalent of DoD). I have also worked on DARPA research projects as a senior scientist.

There is a technology transmitting RF signals and communications at the human brain resonant frequency bands, and it is targeting individuals and groups.

These transmissions will cause harmful health affects in the form of enhanced microwave radiation illness. It is imperative that these frequency bands be measured and verified by an official source. These frequency bands do not exist naturally, and there is a technology targeting individuals.

Cellular transmission’s broadcast at 853 MHz, human brain resonance is centered around 450Mhz, and Ham radio operators are not allowed to broadcast at the 400Mhz to 700Mhz band. I would suggest a filtering at the 400Mhz to 700Mhz band on all microwave and cellular transmissions, digital filters should suffice in the near term. Civilians are being harmed by the deliberate transmissions of an established technology.
The verified measurement and existence of these RF band transmissions constitutes a terrorist act. Please advise the appropriate security office on Homeland security. This is a serious matter that needs immediate attention and it must be addressed. Please feel free to contact me.
I would be happy the discuss it.Thank youPaul F. Batcho, Ph.D.
St Petersburg, FL
________________________

ATTN: DARPA Security & Intelligence

Dears Sirs

I would like to bring to your attention that a technology
derived from the patents listed below is being used in
an illegal manner over the cellular and microwave towers
in St Petersburg/Tampa/Orlando FL.

Please bring this matter to the attention of the security
office and appropriate contract monitor for the technology
mention within. The technology is clearly being used
by a non US government group with lethal intentions

on civilians.

I forwarded previous emails on my understanding
of the technology. I believe this matter needs serious

and immediate attention.

Sincerely,
Paul F. Batcho, Ph.D.
St Petersburg, FL 33701

1992 and 1994 patents funded by DARPA,

US Patent # 5,123,844. June 23rd, 1992
US Patent # 5,289,438. February 22nd, 199

_________________________________

On Thu, Mar 31, 2016 at 9:57 PM, Paul Batcho >wrote:

Please be advised: threat in the St Petersburg/Tampa/Orlando Area
This is follow-up to my previous emails on the illegal
transmissions of signals from cellular and microwave
transmission towers
The technology being used is clearly based on the methods
outlined in the following patents based on microwave
transmission directed at human brain frequencies.
The active technology has been in use for approximately
3 1/2 years, roughly corresponding to the expiry of the
1992 and 1994 patents funded by DARPA,
US Patent # 5,123,844. June 23rd, 1992
US Patent # 5,289,438. February 22nd, 199
These systems stimulate the brain with RF frequencies and wave forms.This is not CDMA 450MHz:450MHz-470MHz transmissions.
There is unlawful use of the various lethal aspects
of the technology. The technology is active and civilians
are being targeted with harmful health effects.
Please investigate the transmission of the various frequency
signals in the 450 MHz range. The band from 437MHz to 478Mhz
with peaks at roughly 6 MHz intervals appear to have

sizable spectral energy components.

Please feel free to contact me.
I would be happy the discuss it.

Thank you

Paul F. Batcho, Ph.D.
St Petersburg, FL
__________________________________________
Is It Too Late?

Dr. Batcho’s warnings are too late for many. Consider this excerpt from Global research.

Cell Towers Radiating Our Children
“The rollout of smart meters proceeds alongside increased installation of wireless technology and cell phone towers in and around schools in the US. In 2010 Professor Magda Havas conducted a study of schools in 50 US state capitols and Washington DC to determine students’ potential exposure to nearby cell towers. A total 6,140 schools serving 2.3 million students were surveyed using the antennasearch.com database. Of these, 13% of the schools serving 299,000 students have a cell tower within a quarter mile of school grounds, and another 50% of the schools where 1,145,000 attend have a tower within a 0.6 mile radius. The installation of wireless networks and now smart meters on and around school properties further increases children’s RF exposure.

Many school districts that are strapped for cash in the face of state budget cuts are willing to ignore the abundance of scientific research on RF dangers and sign on with telecom companies to situate cell towers directly on school premises. Again, the FCC’s thermal effect rule is invoked to justify tower placement together with a disregard of the available studies.

The School District of Palm Beach County, the eleventh largest school district in the US, provides one such example. Ten of its campuses already have cell towers on their grounds while the district ponders lifting a ban established in 1997 that would allow for the positioning of even more towers. When concerned parents contacted the school district for an explanation of its wireless policies, the administration assembled a document, “Health Organization Information and Academic Research Studies Regarding the Health Effects of Cell Tower Signals.” The report carefully selected pronouncements from telecom industry funded organizations such as the American Cancer Society and out-of-date scientific studies supporting the FCC’s stance on wireless while excluding the long list of studies and literature reviews pointing to the dangers of RF and EMF radiation emitted by wireless networks and cell towers.”

Edited by sumitlian - 5/28/16 at 11:48am
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Traffic jams are healtier rolleyes.gif

Cows contain crazy cow disease,

fish contains metals,

chickens with dioxine

fruits with pesticides,

vegs with pesticides and/or polluted soil (who know exactly what is in your ground at home, or was there 100-200 years ago? or radiation from nuclear stuff/space/whatever)

Stress at work

All the booze/drugs available

etc...

Better have ALL of them in your body!!! But at a low level. At least your body can fight those intruders and you create anti-cellls (or how is it called in English???) --> just my 2cents.gif
   
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Yeah, there are also studies that show it reduces sperm cell count if kept in your pocket.

Not sure how valid that is. I keep my phone in my pants all the time and ended up with a little boy smile.gif
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I carry around two phones, guess I'm screwed. rolleyessmileyanim.gif
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Originally Posted by MonarchX View Post

I was talking about using a phone as a tablet. You can use Skype, ooVoo, etc. - none require the voice service. AFAIK phones have:
- Data Plan - 3G/4G. etc
- Voice Plan - whatever...
- Wi-Fi
- Bluetooth

Will radiation still be there if only Wi-Fi, Data Plan, and Bluetooth are used? What about Wi-Fi and Bluetooth only?
I don't think voice and data over 3G or 4G are much different. After the call/use, the device could continue to talk (radiate) to base stations for up to a few minutes. The amounts of time and signal strengths are different for different phone companies depending on how they have set up their base stations.

Bluetooth is the least intensive because it is not intended to be used over a distance.

All of the above are in 450 to 5000 MHz in the microwave spectrum.

Huh?

US Patent # 5,123,844: Ceramics for bone grafts
US Patent # 5,289,438: Yes, it is about mind control, but using sound to stimulate people to fall asleep.
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