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I would say this is Not True Just going by the sentence you’ve highlighted: Health experts believe this increased exposure to 5G will have a devastating impact on our health. It’s already doubtful. Who are these so-called “health experts”? Why do they believe this? If we look at the National Cancer Institute's page specifically for cellular RF and its ...


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Seeing this question pop up again, I want to share something. I did not write an answer before because I did not want to dig up an old question without a conclusive answer. While the claim is reported in Quartz, it is actually somebody else's. Tara Swart's ("a senior lecturer at MIT specializing in sleep and the brain," according to Quartz). So in addition ...


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Airplane mode is software controlled. In other words, when you touch the screen in the area that indicates "activate airplane mode" the software behind the scenes changes some data that prevents calls being made. Nothing fundamentally prevents other software from turning the radio back on. For example the phone app might re-enable the cellular connection ...


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Summary Studies with mice and rats have shown there may be an increase in some rare forms of cancer (in schwannoma and glial cells) but if so, the effect is very small and the mechanisms remains unclear. This does not show a link with cancer in humans (certainly, the effect cannot be large, or it would show up epidemiologically), but it does raise the ...


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It seems there's some evidence that you can be shocked through earphones especially during lightning strikes: Listening to MP3s in a storm could blow your mind Some evidence of other shocks non storm related: Girl, 17, electrocuted as she charged her mobile — as the headphones ‘melted in her ears’ A Teenager Was Electrocuted While Using Earbuds and His ...


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