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[ot] on cellphone
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Mr. Man-wai Chang
2018-03-09 14:54:12 UTC
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Can one cellphone capable emit the right frequency wave elettro magnetic for cause cancer? (if that exist)
The answer is usually either "not enough evidence", "further research
needed" or "unlikely".

Do you know how much money the entire mobile phone industry worth? Would
you dare to damage their interests without getting bullied if not
assassinated? :)
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Mr. Man-wai Chang
2018-03-09 14:56:10 UTC
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Can one cellphone capable emit the right frequency wave elettro magnetic
for cause cancer? (if that exist)
Unlikely. Cellphone waves are about half a metre long. Cells are 10 to 100
micrometres long. So the radio waves are unlikely to excite anything
damaging within the cell. Gamma rays (< 1 nano metre) and even visible
light (400-700 nanometres) can however cause cancer.
You talking about prolonged exposure or not?
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