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some effects of rf on pathology



 
 
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Old May 20th 07, 09:34 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.telecom.mobile
Lenny
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The following is relevant to mobiles and wi fi.

Epidemiologic evidence relevant to radar (microwave) effects
Abstract

Public and occupational exposures to microwave (RF) are of two main types. The first type of exposures are those connected with military and industrial uses and, to some extent broadcast exposures. It is this type that most of the data cited in this study draw upon. The second type, cellular telephones and their associated broadcast requirements, have raised concerns about current exposures because of their increasingly widespread use. Four types of effects were originally reported in multiple studies: increased spontaneous abortion, shifts in red and white blood cell counts, increased somatic mutation rates in lymphocytes, and increased childhood, testicular, and other cancers. In addition, there is evidence of generalized increased disability rates from a variety of causes in one study and symptoms of sensitivity reactions and lenticular opacity in at least one other. These findings suggest that RF exposures are potentially carcinogenic and have other health effects. Therefore, prudent avoidance of unneeded exposures is recommended as a precautionary measure. Epidemiologic studies of occupational groups such as military users and air traffic controllers should have high priority because their exposures can be reasonably well characterized and the effects reported are suitable for epidemiologic monitoring. Additional community studies are needed.

http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/art...?artid=1469943
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Old May 20th 07, 11:37 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.telecom.mobile
Ivor Jones
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Default some effects of rf on pathology

"Lenny" wrote in message

The following is relevant to mobiles and wi fi.


No it's not.

Ivor


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Old May 21st 07, 09:24 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.telecom.mobile
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"Lenny" wrote in message
...
The following is relevant to mobiles and wi fi.

Epidemiologic evidence relevant to radar (microwave) effects
Abstract

Epidemiologic studies of occupational groups such as military users and
air traffic controllers should have high priority because their exposures
can be reasonably well characterized and the effects reported are suitable
for epidemiologic monitoring. Additional community studies are needed.

What would this achieve? Very few Air Traffic Controllers are anywhere near
the actual transmitters which are usually located on high ground well away
from airports and Air Traffic Control Centres. And most of the connections
between the two are with good old-fashioned copper. Mind you I suppose it
would prove wifi had no effect!

Retired


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Old May 21st 07, 09:44 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.telecom.mobile
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Default some effects of rf on pathology


"Retired" wrote in message
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"Lenny" wrote in message
...
The following is relevant to mobiles and wi fi.

Epidemiologic evidence relevant to radar (microwave) effects
Abstract

Epidemiologic studies of occupational groups such as military users and
air traffic controllers should have high priority because their exposures
can be reasonably well characterized and the effects reported are
suitable for epidemiologic monitoring. Additional community studies are
needed.

What would this achieve? Very few Air Traffic Controllers are anywhere
near the actual transmitters which are usually located on high ground well
away from airports and Air Traffic Control Centres. And most of the
connections between the two are with good old-fashioned copper. Mind you I
suppose it would prove wifi had no effect!


Its like the nuclear industry then.. workers at Selafield have less cancers
than the general population.. possibly due to the monitoring and early
treatment.

Lenny is just trolling.. he does so despite the fact that he causes more
harm to others than the WiFi and mobiles.
We need a study to see if isolating him is an improvement.


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Old May 21st 07, 11:06 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.telecom.mobile
kráftéé
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Default some effects of rf on pathology

[email protected] wrote:
"Retired" wrote in message
...

"Lenny" wrote in message
...
The following is relevant to mobiles and wi fi.

Epidemiologic evidence relevant to radar (microwave) effects
Abstract

Epidemiologic studies of occupational groups such as military
users and air traffic controllers should have high priority
because their exposures can be reasonably well characterized and
the effects reported are suitable for epidemiologic monitoring.
Additional community studies are needed.

What would this achieve? Very few Air Traffic Controllers are
anywhere near the actual transmitters which are usually located on
high ground well away from airports and Air Traffic Control
Centres. And most of the connections between the two are with good
old-fashioned copper. Mind you I suppose it would prove wifi had
no effect!


Its like the nuclear industry then.. workers at Selafield have less
cancers than the general population.. possibly due to the
monitoring and early treatment.

Lenny is just trolling.. he does so despite the fact that he causes
more harm to others than the WiFi and mobiles.
We need a study to see if isolating him is an improvement.


I just wish he'd stop changing his user name. Just like a Flu virus
it keeps mutating..


 




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