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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.
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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...
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]
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...