Date registered: Sep 2007
Vehicle: '98 E320 Wagon (non 4matic)
Location: Atlanta, GA & Malabo, Equatorial Guinea
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There are very specific RF related issues to which cell phones contribute. It is not just a random correlation issue.
And yes, the BT earbud does reduce the risk greatly. Does not eliminate it but the dynamics of the power output from the cell phone changes.
Back in the 1960-70's there was a very large outbreak of a specific type of Leukemia and prostrate cancer that affected a group of men of WW2 age. CDC did a study and the link turned out to be that they were all Ham Radio operators and that, during the 1950-60s, they had all built the same type of storage unit for their station amplifier. They built a bench with a seat on it. They literally cooked themselves over time with RF radiation.
Same thing with the cell phones. The tumors are showing up in the same place on the same high usage users.
Let me get back to you on that.
Sent from my coworkers Crackberry that I just shoved up his arse at the bar here.
Who's John Galt.
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