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Danger of Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) (WiFi, Cellphones, DECT, etc...)
Since most of you are certainly finding this kind of assumption ridiculous, I am not going to make a long speech about wireless electronic devices and health.
I'll just point out that studies are conducted by telecommunication operators and wireless device manufacturers themselves, which of course have no other interest than the good health of people... They claim there is no risk for the health, and that these EMFs are not more dangerous than microwave ovens. Fine. Do you use a microwave oven all day long like a WiFi connection? Do you put your head against the microwave oven when you use it? Of course not, and for a good reason!
I let you meditate on these...
ps: as a bonus, did you know that even if your phone is not in use, the base unit of a DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telephone) radiates as much as a cellphone during a communication? Now you do...
4 Replies & Comments
I didn't know DECT were radiating so much!
May 05, 2015 (4 years ago)
I'm not worried. I know there are reports that claim you can get cancer, but there are other reports that claim the opposite. I think the only way you can get a brain tumor is to live right up against one of those big towers. Now, that I can see causing a tower. But we have had cell phones and microwaves for decades and people are not dying by the thousands. Sorry, I don't buy the brain tumor scenario. I think you should not worry.
February 21, 2016 (3 years ago)
Most studies which claim that electromagnetic fields are safe, are conducted and financed by telecommunication operators & manufacturers themselves. No need to say more.
Recently, an Italian court recognized that a man developed a tumor because of the usage of a cellphone ( 3 hours per day day, during 15 years ). Now, this tumor is not cancerous, but still it shows that these radio waves are not inoffensive.
May 06, 2017 (2 years ago)
You know, the Earth is a giant magnetic field...
August 25, 2019 (3 months ago)
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