Your friend is sending you silly messages which you
should be able to filter by using some known information
and arrive at messages which are valuable and messages
which are pure junk...
1.) Cosmic Rays are only emitted by space objects which are highly active with the radioactive forces of fusion, or left over from previous fusion activities. Objects which emit Cosmic
Rays are Stars (the Sun is a star), Pulsars (certain collapsed older stars), and quite possibly Black Holes (a lot of theories exist about the exact composition of black holes, but not
much in the way of definite info can be found right now. The possibility that the center of a black hole is extremely radioactive is fairly good, I think).
Anyhow, it is the fusion process on the Sun, and on all stars
which emits the brilliant light energy we all see, and the infrared radiation which we all feel when exposed to sunlight. Sunburns are caused by the ultraviolet radiation from the Sun. Gamma Rays, and X Rays are also emitted by the sun
and are extremely harmful to living things in large doses. Our atmosphere protects us from those rays quite well under normal circumstances, and only a small percentage of them reach the surface of the Earth.
In any event, this Cosmic Radiation that your friend mentioned:
_ Does not come from PLANETS because they have
no atomic reactions going on within them (or they would
_ Dissapates over distance using the Distance Squared
principle (just like light shining onto a section of paper).
The nearest star to Earth (other than the Sun) is several
LIGHT YEARS away from us (4.5 LY distance comes to mind) and others range from 15 to millions of LY away
from Earth. The Sun is only 93 Million Miles from Earth
and therefore is the most dangerous emitter of radiation
that we should be concerned about. Certain storms on
the Sun produce solar flares and plazma emissions which
truly do affect our communications patterns here on Earth
on occasions. However, none of those effects are related
to the planet Mars in any way. Mars does not give off any
radiation or dangerous rays, except for the basic reflection
of the light which came originally from the Sun. This reflected light is what we see when we look at Mars through a telescope. It is the same kind of thing that happens with
the Moon. The Moon has no light of its own. All of the illumination we see on the Moon is light energy emitted by the Sun and reflected back at us off of the Moon's surface. That is why the Moon's appearance changes through various phases as the Moon is exposed to more or less of the Sun's direct energy.
Nothing from Mars will ever affect your Cell Phone.
Have you paid your Cell Phone bill lately? Failure to do
so will probably cause it to stop working...bunches sooner
than any MARTIAN COSMIC RAYS.