posted on Oct, 24 2013 @ 12:22 PM
So i assume blue tooth headsets, walkie talkies, wireless headphones of any kind are all cancer giving technologies too? a dangerous frequency is
The power is low and the EM frequencies cant penetrate materials well at all.
Think about the EM spectrum in terms of its wave length and penetration power. Radio waves are LONG and cant penetrate matter very well at all, move
to microwave and the waves are far far smaller and can thus penetrate matter more deeply but still not all that well (think about how long it takes to
defrost food or warm a mug of tea). Go smaller still to the x-ray and gamma wavelengths you are talking about wave lengths so small they get between
matter and penetrate very well.
That is not actually how it works, but that IS how the EM frequencies of varying length penetrate. Then you have the ionizing aspect coming into
play, the frequencies excite the molecules and atoms causing heat and mutations take your house hold microwave (that you dont own presumably), these
are designed to excite water molecules at 33 electron volts which IS around wifi frequencies range, but the power is FAR greater and also contained
rather than broadcast via an antenna.
Now if you are with me so far, you may say "so there is a chance" and yes there is, that cell phones and wifi could cause damage, but if you have been
outside in the sunshine even for a short time, that radiation you absorb is multitudes greater than that of wifi or cell phone power and the sun rays,
minus what is filtered by the atmosphere contains - well whatever the sun fancies throwing down at any given point.
Ergo - in the extremely unlikely event that you have a susceptible mass in the side of your head and you push your mobile phone antenna into your ear,
you arnt likely to aggravate it what so ever. The sun (and any cosmic rays for that matter) will be doing all the hard work!
24-10-2013 by Biigs because: (no reason given)