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Do you think cell phones cause cancer due to radiation?

  • Yes they do

    The Archons have made cell phones just to poison us with cancer. The Archons also have the cure to cancer but keep it a secret because they want to kill 80% of the population and turn the rest into robot slaves. These Archons/djinn/demons came to earth thousands of years ago and crossbred with humans and created a hybrid race through which they control the world, the are seven billion people on this planet now however, and that is too much for the Archons to control, so they are trying to kill 80% of the population with radiation from cell phones and other dangerous devices, so stop using cell phones

    it is like putting a microwave to your head all day long, it is dangerous

    use cell phones only for emergencies, like when you are lost, not all day long.

  • Yes, if used a lot.

    Yes, I do believe we should be concerned about the risk of cancer from using our cell phones. The media has reported several cases of people with cancer that have been attributed to cell phone use. For a while they were suggesting that a headset would be a healthier way to go. I think people need to be aware of this risk and limit talking on a cell phone for extended periods of time.

  • It is so convenient to reject health concerns

    You can only judge a conspiracy theory once you have fully researched it. I have done that. I've looked over the 'no wi-fi in schools' debate all the way to the 'mobile phones are cancerous' argument and I agree there's idiots who go too far on both sides.
    I also believe there's a huge amount of people who reject the idea of carcinogenic mobile phone radiation outrightly as they base their argument on the 'no evidence' premise. Fine. But they haven't scoured around for evidence have they? In fact, they don't want mobile phones to be carcinogenic at all. Nor do the mobile phone corporations. There's too much ease and money at stake. It was known that low-level microwaves caused big damage to human health in the 1950s. I'm not talking about 'Microwave ovens' here, I mean electro-magnetic radiation, the small 'apparently harmless' radiation we use for everything wireless today. The Nazis first experimented with them and caused miscarriages on pregnant gypsies. Low level microwaves (all radiation from communication devices) are dangerous on some level, usually long term exposure. There has been a wave of scientific misconduct since 1970's, when mobile phone companies started out, and it was necessary to downplay the dangers of the incredibly useful low-frequency microwave technology of the post-war era. Since then everyone says conveniently 'radiation is only dangerous when it heats up cells'. Yes, but heat has little to do with Electro-Magnetic Radiation, but that doesn't stop this low end frequency eating away at the lining of cell walls. Something that persistently damages cells can cause cancer. Note to that anything we are not used to, that which we have not evolved to cope with, is usually carcinogenic.
    There are very few research projects funded into the effects of EMR. Why? Well, why would any body, including the respected WHO, want to fund research that will probably put hundreds of huge corporations out of business? Money is a big incentive in this world. Even the top people in the WHO wouldn't act with 'empty-pocket' ethics just to stop some 'possible tumours' from forming. When corporations do fund research projects, like motorola, they actively select and omit certain results to get the conclusion they want - this has happened on multiple occasions - when motorola covered up some inconvenient findings about cell phones causing DNA damage. See Dr. Jerry Phillips, and John Goldsmith's work, as well as www.emfacts.com.

    Scientists haven't gone very deep into this area of research, but you must understand the reasons for that. People, 'even scientists', need incentive, they need money, they need jobs.
    There's 'no conclusive evidence' because it's really inconvenient to do thorough work in the area. It's really down to the test of time. My generation are the guinea pigs, will EMR be very dangerous, or just a bit, or is it harmless?

    Just keep this in mind: It is VERY convenient to believe EMR is harmless. Unlimited gadget usage for you, and unlimited profit horizons for the corporation.

  • Just cause yeh

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  • No no no

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  • Microwaves are not energetic enough to cause cancer

    If you research the electromagnetic spectrum, you will see that microwaves are in the low energy end of the spectrum. The light we see is about a million times more powerful than microwaves. But do we panic when a light is turned on? No. UV rays, x rays, and gamma rays are the ones that can cause cancer, because they are energetic enough to break bonds in the DNA. But microwaves, which cell phones use, are not energetic enough to cause cancer.

  • Cell Phones do not have the ability to give off cancer.

    Cancer is primarily caused by an excess amount of radiation. However cell phones give of such a low amount of radiation that it doesn't have even the slightest bit of affect. The use of cellphones have increased over the past 10 years and the amount of cancer diagnosis's has decreased. Your argument has no factual evidence.

  • No compelling evidence in nearly 20 years use.

    I do not believe that cell phones are causing cancer due to radiation. Cell phones have been around now for nearly 20 years, and they have been extensively researched during that time. No credible evidence has been produced that the cell phone radiation is in any way harmful to humans.

  • There would be more warnings.

    If cell phones caused cancer due to radiation we would never hear the end of it on every news outlet from here to Timbuktu. There would be hundreds of hours worth of doomsday programming on every news station and millions of online stories that we would be bombarded with if this were true.

  • Yet human life expectancy has been ever increasing? Especially in an age and time of dangerous cell phones?

    This is just ridiculous. Cell phone radiation causes cancer just as much as a walkie talkie radiation could cause cancer.

    Now wait a minute WHO says cell phones are categorised under "Class B carcinogen". Oh no, we all should be extremely concerned! A Class B! Carcinogen!

    Well, a Class B means that is a link but there is very little evidence to make it definitive. Basically, WHO put it there more likely due to pressure from public than actual significant empirical evidence.

    A Danish study of not 10, 100 or even a 1000. A study of 350,000....People showed no evidence of cell phone radiation to be a threat.

    Cancer due to radiation can only occur if the radiation is energetic enough to damage DNA. Now we have nuclear power plants and people work in them safely until that is a meltdown. If that is not enough for you.

    Walking out under the sun, soaking in all that Ultra violet ray. Those rays are 400,000 times more energetic than your cell phone radiation. Even those take quite a bit of exposure to cause cancer and even then. Not everyone gets it. Many just get a very bad and painful sun burn.

    If any we all should lock ourselves up in rooms with walls of lead. Since we have hundreds of electromagnetic waves from all sorts of electronics flying around us and let's not forget all those satellites beaming down your favourite cable channel.


    Put on some sun tan lotion and have a nice chat with your girlfriend or boyfriend while you get that perfect tan.

    Resource:
    http://www.Makeuseof.Com/tag/5-tech-myths-debunked-cell-phones-dont-cause-cancer-more/

  • No cell phones don't cause cancer.

    I do not think that cell phone use causes cancer. While some people have suggested that it does, there is no evidence that cell phone use does cause cancer. I think that more studies and research needs to be done before people start saying such claims without any type of proof.

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  • Cell phones do not cause cancer!

    The information and research done definitely outweighs the vague research done to prove they do cause cancer. Multiple outstanding and precise studies have been conducted proving the simple fact that they do not cause cancer. A study conducted by the American Cancer Society shows that the RF waves coming from cell phones are not powerful enough to cause any damage to human DNA. Alongside this study, another one was conducted proving that if cell phones did cause cancerous tumors, the rates of tumors should have increased by at least 40% over the last 10 years. Another study you say? Oxford University followed a huge amount of 800,000 women in the UK from 1999-2005. When researchers correlated the risk of cancer with the use of cell phones, they found no evidence. This is science, people! This truth does not seem to be recognized, and it is still a myth that is passed around. Cell phones are extremely popular globally, and they are definitely built into American culture.

    -Sam Jackson


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