Cellphone Radiation Danger?

Cellphone Radiation Danger?

Post by Steven King, Software Archaeologi » Thu, 05 Jan 1995 00:25:00



Quote:> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: There has been discussion of this topic
> here in these very columns in the past. Generally speaking, it is a
> non-issue. It takes a lot more power than a cellphone antenna can
> radiate before it matters. If John Higdon sees this, he may well decide
> to respond. He did so the last time this topic arose here. He has worked
> around RF radiation for years, and lots of it at that.   PAT]

So, PAT, is this an argument *for* or *against* brain damage due to RF?

(Just kidding, John.  This one was too good to let by. :-)


[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: When this came up last year, someone said
John Higdon had a bald head caused by his hair falling out which was
caused by his proximity to the radiation, etc. John protested that he
did not have a bald head.  PAT]

 
 
 

Cellphone Radiation Danger?

Post by Alan She » Thu, 05 Jan 1995 07:40:23



Quote:> Someone told me that cellular telephones have antenna radiation
> danger, being in such close proximity to the brain.  Is there any
> discussion or literature regarding such claims, or can they all be
> immediately dismissed as garbage?
> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: There has been discussion of this topic
> here in these very columns in the past. Generally speaking, it is a
> non-issue. It takes a lot more power than a cellphone antenna can
> radiate before it matters. If John Higdon sees this, he may well decide
> to respond. He did so the last time this topic arose here. He has worked
> around RF radiation for years, and lots of it at that.   PAT]

Let's just say this. Your microwave is more powerful then your cellular
phone. The TV gives of EMR. Your computer; a cop using a radar gun.  I'm
not trying to sound mean or anything, and that isn't what I'm trying
to imply here.

If you are going to live in fear of radiation, reality says that you'll
never escape it.

If using a portable phone with the antenna two or so inches (about six
cm for your metric people <G>) away from your brain putting out 0.6
watts (this is according to US Standards. I know other standards put
out 10X that much) is going to give you a BRAIN TUMOR, then don't use
one!

We're thoroughly aware of the fact that it may not be healthy for you.
We're taking a chance. Why don't you just buy a mobile phone and put the
antenna 20 feet away from you. That'll *technically* get rid of anyone's
radiation worries.

Daniel Kao

 
 
 

1. Cellphone Radiation Danger?

Someone told me that cellular telephones have antenna radiation
danger, being in such close proximity to the brain.  Is there any
discussion or literature regarding such claims, or can they all be
immediately dismissed as garbage?

Thanks,

chuck

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[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: There has been discussion of this topic
here in these very columns in the past. Generally speaking, it is a
non-issue. It takes a lot more power than a cellphone antenna can
radiate before it matters. If John Higdon sees this, he may well decide
to respond. He did so the last time this topic arose here. He has worked
around RF radiation for years, and lots of it at that.   PAT]

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