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hellopuppy4
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myopinionisrightidiot
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should we ban electronics????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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Started: 2/21/2018 Category: Health
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Debating Period
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hellopuppy4

Con

i do not think we should ban electronics because what will kids do when it is raining out side?
myopinionisrightidiot

Pro

Make it stop raining, and play in the snow like a good little boy.
Debate Round No. 1
hellopuppy4

Con

first of all i am a girl. and second according to mrmepham.wordpress.com/2010/01/21/electronics... read all the things about why we should keep electronics.
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Posted by Nd2400 2 years ago
Nd2400
Sorry for the sources

https://www.google.com...

"Magnetic fields are the component of non-ionizing EMFs that are usually studied in relation to their possible health effects.) Most of the research has focused on leukemia and brain tumors, the two most common cancers in children."

https://www.cancer.gov...

I will encourage you to read these cites.
Posted by Nd2400 2 years ago
Nd2400
https://www.cancer.gov......
But here some more pieces of evidence on how cell phones could harm you.

"Mobile phones emit non-ionizing radiation, measured in radio-frequency (RF) energy. While it is widely accepted in the scientific community that exposure to high doses of ionizing radiation"the kind associated with x-rays, CT scans, and nuclear power plants, among others"causes cancer, it is unknown whether long-term exposure to non-ionizing radiation is cancer-causing. Right now, most federal policies regulating cell phones assume it does not".

American scientists released two new major studies investigating whether or not there"s connection between cancer risk and cell phone use and the much-awaited answer is"*drumroll, please*"we still don"t really know anything for certain."

https://qz.com......
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