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Cell phone users -- a group that, these days, means practically everybody -- are no doubt concerned about Tuesday's news that the World Health Organization (WHO) classifies cell phones as "possibly carcinogenic to humans."
The phones themselves aren't necessarily harmful. It's the radiation emitted by the phones -- and absorbed by the human body -- that troubles some doctors.
But when it comes to radiation levels, all phones aren't equal. Below are lists of the models available from major carriers that emit the highest and lowest levels of radiofrequency energy.
Originally posted by LV426
About 10 years ago my brother was head reasercher on a BBC TV program called Tomorows World here in the uk and he said that back then the radiation was very high from mobile phones and one experement that was conducted in the lab was getting 2 phones then phone the other and then you put a egg in between the 2 phones, after seven hours the egg was cooked. lets just say that he wasnt alowed to put the experement or use it as part of the show, wonder why.....Hmmmmm.edit on 2-6-2011 by LV426 because: (no reason given)edit on 2-6-2011 by LV426 because: (no reason given)