June 16, 2010

Let's just chuck science entirely shall we?

Over in San Francisco, they're deeply worried about the potential of increased incidents of brain tumors because of mobile phone use. Despite no evidence to support such concern.
Under the law, retailers will be required to post materials — in at least 11-point type — next to phones, listing their specific absorption rate, which is the amount of radio waves absorbed into the cellphone user’s body tissue. These so-called SAR rates can vary from phone to phone, but all phones sold in the United States must have a SAR rate no greater than 1.6 watts per kilogram
If you walk down the street, I'm pretty sure your body will generate more than 1.6 watts per kilogram, all of its own accord - no mobile phone required. No appliances of any type required.

If the radio waves absorbed by the body from the use of mobile phones (which includes that cordless phone in your house people!) cause an increase in the incidents of brain tumors, why not also increases in the incidents of skin cancers on ears, fingers, palms of hands?

By all means be irrational. Who am I to suggest you cease and desist.

What the hell, lets encourage all politicians to craft policy and legislation based on nothing more than human hysteria.

Why not!

Cellphone radiation law

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