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2 Billion May Suffer From Cell Phone Cancer By 2020

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posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 12:30 AM
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With just about every teenager not only owning one, they must have them practically attatched to their ears 24/7, like talking about their friends is that important, and even the younger set is now carrying phones 'for emergencies' and to maintain contact with parents ( what happened to just making sure they are watched and know where your children are?) I would not be surprised if the world doesn't see a drastic population reduction due to cancer in that generation in the next few years. A campagn against overweight children was started so that we don't lose an entire generation at once due to diabetes, heart attack and stroke, I think that it is time to take the phones away, REALLY only use them for emergencies, and not risk the tragedy of parents having to bury their children because of such needless behaviour.




posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 12:40 AM
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If you read that thread you'll see its faked. Multiple members, including me, tried it - it 'worked' with only one person. And also scientifically has been proved fake.


I'm sure you did try it, but with your run-of-the-mill cell phones. The ones in the video are Pocket PC style. Pocket PCs also act as cell phones, but with more radiation for exented Internet support. Think of Pocket PCs as cell phones on steroids. Try with 4 pocket PCs, and see if you get different results.

Bottom line, Cells do have spread-spectrum radiation that when signaled to a broadband antenna will result in a focused radiation stream into the Brain.




[edit on 23-6-2008 by jetxnet]



posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 12:42 AM
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So what? It's FAKE.

www.cardosystems.com...


The contents of these videos are fictitious and humerious optical illusions, designed for entertainment. Nothing in these videos is meant to imply that mobile phones can make popcorn.


[edit on 23/6/2008 by C0bzz]



posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 12:43 AM
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my 0.02 groats

if you want to do a meaningful study of RF exposure effects on health the natural test group would be military signallers - they have been carrying the most powerfull tranceivers availiable around with them 24/7 for over 60 years

if there was a correlation - then given the HUGE numbers of service personel over the decvades

then surely signallers would have ha higer cancer rate than a similar control group - say machine gunners ?

surely someone must have thought of this before me

and as for the veracity of this report - just reading the opening paragraph set off alarm bells - is soo fook baddly written - heck i could do better



posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 12:44 AM
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Fake, just because the one commerical says it is?

I'll believe it is fake after you have tried with 4 Pocket PCs but with no results.

As for military signalers, I doubt their on so consistantly as over several hours a day in some instances.


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posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 12:46 AM
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I'll beleive it is fake because the people who made the videos say that it's FAKE.

That's why.


More than 11 million people have seen our little videos since May 28, 2008 and we hope you had as much fun watching as we had creating them.

And THEY disclaim:

The contents of these videos are fictitious and humerious optical illusions, designed for entertainment. Nothing in these videos is meant to imply that mobile phones can make popcorn.


[edit on 23/6/2008 by C0bzz]



posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 12:47 AM
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So, the video I posted, THOSE people said it fake, please show me where? I don't want a link to a different group of people other than those in that video who would profess otherwise.



posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 12:51 AM
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Oh for gods sake.

THEY MADE THE VIDEOS.


More than 11 million people have seen OUR videos since May 28, 2008 and we hope you had as much fun watching as we had creating them.

From here: www.cardosystems.com...

And here's the add for it on youtube that was STOLEN by that 9/11 truth youtube account. No wonder conspiracy theorists get a bad name, they almost get any evidence they possible can and edit it to 'prove' some sick agenda.

www.youtube.com...

And the people that CREATED it disclaim that it's an optical illusion.

"ONLY IN THE MOVIES." Is everything on TV true?






[edit on 23/6/2008 by C0bzz]



posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 12:58 AM
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You're back to the Cardosystems link again.

I asked for proof that the poeple in the video I posted said it was a fake. Is that so hard to do? I'm not talking about another group making claims that this video was theirs (or others they created) was fake.

In other words, show me direct proof that - a video or something of those same people saying it was fake.

If you can show me those same poeple, the ones who did the video I posted in the first place, then i'll believe it.

Until then, there have been dozens of cell phone popcorn videos on Youtube. Most of them (the out-to-debunk videos) just making a mockery of the ones that do actually show something.

I'm sure you can recreate a fake scenerio of it using morphing or something.



posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 01:03 AM
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Answer me this.

Who do you want to hear it's fake from exactly? That specific youtube account YOU linked us to that STOLE video from Cardo systems? Uh, you get the link to the video, paste it in URL bar, download it, open it in video editting software, cut the advertising parts out, and upload it to youtube. It was STOLEN.

Uh, let's make an example. Let's say there's a conspiracy that microwaves make furbies alive. Let's just say YOU link us to a video, any one, of these:

www.youtube.com...

Let's just say YOU link us to ONE of those videos. And now, even though it is completely debunked, you want us to make ONE of those so called 'authors' say it was fake, even though everyone else, including a corporation who made it, WITH the full version, who sais it's fake. Pretty rediculous.

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posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 01:08 AM
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I don't want speculation about a place called Cardosystems stating their content was stolen. If we were to go that route, what proof could you show me that the video or such content was stolen from a place called Cardosystems? What proof is there of this other than some people claiming it is so?

All i'm asking for, plain and simple, is for you to find a video or post a link to a video of those same people in the original claiming their video was faked.

No links or hearsay to the contrary by some other group claiming otherwise (espcially owners of a "9/11 Truth" account)? The title of that account alone is subject to high speculation.



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posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 01:14 AM
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Um. Read the posts again. Cardosystems stated that it was there OWN videos who THEMSELVES created. And in a disclaimer on the OFFICIAL site, they state that it's FAKE. Cardo systems ARE the people in the video.

It's not speculation. I've given you LINK after LINK.

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posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 01:20 AM
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Ok, so we go from these people stealing or hi-jacking Cardosystems Youtube account to saying it was them (Cardosystems) in the first place.

Show me then, that these people in that video I posted are Cardosystem Employees, and that these people indeed are working for Cardosystems.


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posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 01:24 AM
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Uh, no.

You're hopeless. Read the posts again. If you want to beleive anything, - even adds on TV when the corporation themselves sais the videos are fake - then so be it.

www.news.com.au...

Sometimes I really do wonder.

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posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 01:31 AM
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Well, I guess if the Corporations say it is so, then it must be true!

Did you know Corporations are corrupt and will say anything to forward a self-agendizing interest or objective?

You failed to show any proof what-so-ever. All you showed was the rantings of a single Corporation, which has no merit of credibility otherwise.

[edit on 23-6-2008 by jetxnet]



posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 01:44 AM
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Typical conspiracy responce right there. Well, here's my conspiracy responce. Is it not true that your responce is EXACTLY what this corporation wants? To create the opinion that cell phones are dangerous and that theres with low power output are not? I guess you'll just beleive everything you see unless the actors specifically come out and say it was faked.


And lmao, if you actually went to the links, it wasn't one corporation. It was NEW.com.au, cardosystems, Frederic Chast - LastFools managing director. They MUST be lieing. It MUST be real. It's PHYSICALLY IMPOSSIBLE, but it STILL MUST be real.

And by the way. What 'evidence' did you bring. A video that has consistently been proven to be a fake, that's what 'evidence' or should I say, spam, you brang.

[edit on 23/6/2008 by C0bzz]



posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 01:45 AM
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Walkie talkie users aren't constantly using it for hours on end... and they don't have super powerful transmitter antennas usually sitting in the middle of neighborhoods (they dont have them at all) whats funny is close to where I live and I really need to take a picture because. it shows just how stupid we are as a society.. there is a cancer hospital.. and it sits right next to major powerlines.....



posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 02:43 AM
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Originally posted by vegno
Sadly this type of information deserves way more coverage than it gets. I have told many friends and relatives to keep their cell phone conversations to a maximum of 20 minutes at one time. Unfortunately they keep this in mind for maybe a day and then resume their habits of speaking countless hours a day on the cell.

I also think this fits well with their global depopulation agenda, not to mention it greatly benefits big pharma...


Haha! There is no way this has got to do with global depopulation. Its just a flaw in new technology today. Everything has its downsides. There is still no proof this is real. This article is interesting but doesn't have an edge to it.



posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 03:27 AM
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Originally posted by jetxnet
Well, I guess if the Corporations say it is so, then it must be true!

Did you know Corporations are corrupt and will say anything to forward a self-agendizing interest or objective?

You failed to show any proof what-so-ever. All you showed was the rantings of a single Corporation, which has no merit of credibility otherwise.

[edit on 23-6-2008 by jetxnet]


Because if it's on youtube, and is unable to be replicated by anyone else, it just has to be true!



The same 4 videos showing an exact same scenario, all just happen to work, yet it takes someone with a bunch of special phones to do it..

And not a single case of a person having their skin seriously burnt from anywhere in the world, using one of these phones..

Yep, proof positive that these vids are 100% genuine real proof that mobiles phones are trying to depopulate the world... or at least, make some tasty popcorn...




posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 03:52 AM
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Originally posted by operatoreleven
Exactly Blaine91555, there is no "Australian Health Research Institute"... Coincidently, A a long term study from The Finnish Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority ( www.stuk.fi... ) just disproved the the ill effects of mobile phone radiation...

And yeah, it all leads back to the Indian news site, not very credible, imo...



Yep, another bogus story.

Did y'all see the people behind the cellphone popcorn HOAX video was a bluetooth headset manufacturer?

Go figure.

[edit on 23-6-2008 by Quazga]



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