More evidence writes off possible cancerous cell phone radiation
1. BlowJobs posted on 04 Jul 2011, 06:56 2
It seems that cellphones are the devices that are going to bring the human race back to the stone age since only those who don't use technology will survive.
2. thinnairr (unregistered) posted on 04 Jul 2011, 11:59 1
The first article was the result of poor journalism, the threat was exaggerated a bit. While I'm glad that this article has remedied it to some degree, I wish the writer had demonstrated less commitment to his first article by suggesting otherwise.
BTW, using Japan's atomic bombing as an analogy was a very poor choice academically and logically. THAT was a completley different situation in a very different time-period, with different technology and medical knowledge. I just hope the general audience is smart enough to deduce this on their own, if not I hope that fear mongering doesn't become a habit on my favorite phone site.
Just as the Phone-arena reviewers are scientific, I hope the readers are skeptical.
I figure the average reader knows how to do online research, but here's a credible source:http://www.cancer.gov/cancerto
3. lolz (unregistered) posted on 04 Jul 2011, 16:04 1
.gov is a "Credible source"? LMAOOOOOOO
Cancer is cancer, no matter what "technology", "time period", or "different situation" you so "infomatively" are referring to.
If you don't understand the point of atomic bomb comparison in this article, do not assume you're so brilliantly smart and then trying to educate "the rest of us fools" by posting links to .GOV site.
4. snowgator posted on 04 Jul 2011, 18:00 0
So YOU are more convinced that an atomic BOMB and it's aftermath of radition levels designed to KILL is a good analogy for freaking cell phone waves??? REALLY??? thinnair makes a solid case, very well spoken, and provides a link to back up his claims. You bring out the equal of a wet towel from a locker room, snap it against his leg like a teenager, and think due to you laughing it undermines his argument??
And by the way- Cancer isn't just Cancer. There are researchers for liver cancers, lung cancers, skin cancers, bone cancers, breast cancers, testicle cancers, and any other of a dozen others I can't think of. All have different cycles, causes, mortality rates, and while they may be related and kill, they are not the same.
Next time, just post "Nannie-nannie-boo-boo" or "your momma". Save some typing time.
5. Tom (unregistered) posted on 04 Jul 2011, 18:44 0
Hey Lolz, you just got worked.
7. lolz (unregistered) posted on 04 Jul 2011, 20:57 0
Another "scientist", lol.
Radiation, in any form, can lead to living cell disruption when cell is exposed to it over period of time.
Your argument about "different types" of the disease is ridiculous.
And all of them share common denominator "CANCER".
By the way, snowgator, put that WiFi router under your pillow at night, it will help you sleep better.
8. Ifko (unregistered) posted on 05 Jul 2011, 04:56 0
Radiation can be different. Ionizing radiation can cause chemical changes in the cells and DNA.
It is proved to cause cancer.
Non-ionizing radiation can only heat up the mater without changing it.
6. luis_lopez_351 posted on 04 Jul 2011, 20:42 0
Hahah this aint news, when are people going to realize we already have cancer cells, And that anything can cause our cells to mutate.