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FCC to Review Radiation Guidelines for Cell Phones

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Magnagarde

Jun 16, 2012, 5:21 PM

I was always sort of skeptical

Of course I'm no scientist, but I can use logic. Logically, the sun pelts more radiation into our brains than a phone ever will. I've never gotten a sunburn from a phone. And people on earth have lived with this big ball of plasma and radiation in the sky forever, which is a long time. I understand where they're coming from, their intentions are good, but it was unnecesary in the first place.
Does the earth have something to protect it from harmful radicals? I believe it is called the Atmosphere. Mainly the Magnetosphere, I think, don't quote me.

Unless you have a HUGE head, I don't think your face has it's own atmosphere - but then ag...
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Andras888

Jun 15, 2012, 10:22 AM

I guess radiation decreased

In 1996 there were more powerful cellphones, up to 3 watts of transmitting power. Today I think it's 0.5 Watts. So my guess is that the radiation decreased over time. I am curious what facts the FCC will find.
Me to, I have mixed feelings about this.
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Considering most studies end with. "...further study (and more research money) is required.", what can they find?
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The inventor of the cellphone, Martin Cooper, is STILL
alive. The inventor, as in THE one person using a cellular
radio longer than anyone else, he's still alive and healthy.
So obviously if using cell phones had an adverse health effect, first a...
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