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bil asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 7 months ago

Suppose Democrat 'scientists' are correct about the dangers of electromagnetic radiation...Is the greatest concentration in Democrat cities?

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The Democrat press is starting to report, AGAIN, about those Democrats who fear electricity ~ https://www.wsj.com/articles/cities-are-saying-no-...

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  • 7 months ago
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    What are you babbling about? It isn't a political thing that EM radiation can be dangerous.

    What do you think the sun emits? Or nuclear weapons emit? Or microwave ovens emit?

    If you stand in front of a military aircraft's radar when it is turned on, it will cook you from the inside. EM radiation.

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    • bil
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      7 months agoReport

      Really, are you SURE that electron's emit and absorb photons? And sometimes Muons? What about the Tau? Or the antiparticles of each?

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  • joedlh
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    7 months ago

    You must be more specific about the frequencies of electromagnetic radiation that are considered dangerous. Gamma rays, the highest frequency, are indeed deadly. Atomic bombs are an obvious source. Visible light is somewhere in the middle. Ultraviolet frequencies give you a tan and skin cancer. Infrared is heat. Cell phones use radio waves, which are low frequency. The studies that have linked radio waves to brain damage were done on brain cells isolated in petri dishes and neglected to account for the fact that skin blocks radio waves. One threat of 5G is that it could interfere with the technology needed for weather forecasting.

    • bil
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      7 months agoReport

      No, YOU must be specific about radio transmitters emitting gamma rays.

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  • 7 months ago

    Solar radiation IS electromagnetic. So the hottest places on the planet have the highest concentration.

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      Light is electromagnetic... the issue is the intensity of exposure, the frequency of exposure (24/7 = bad), and the penetration due to the frequency of the EM-wave. There is too much money in the political machine to care about health and safety

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  • Anonymous
    7 months ago

    No. The highest concentration of "scientists" in New York City is not about the latest findings of the medical establishment (though they do exist), nor the latest discoveries of technology (though they do exist) nor even on the latest trends of scientific advancement. Rather, it is in the Manhattan Project—for the United States Army had no desire to live through yet another round of World War III. The Manhattan Project, for all intents and purposes, was for the government, not the public interest, which had been defined as the defense industry. There is simply no correlation whatsoever with science that the public will accept under normal circumstances. This was a matter of public policy, where a major concern was, in part, safety. There is a certain sort of person who believes that one cannot get anything good for nothing, who will not hesitate to put the interest of the nation ahead of their own interests.

    • bil
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      7 months agoReport

      Thank you TU.

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  • 7 months ago

    Science isn't political you f'ing idiot.

  • 7 months ago

    iPhones are killing us

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