Do you believe that mobile phone radiation is harmless to health?
On the contrary, another article, also authored in 2019, expresses concerns if the phone is used more than an hour a day(many people's usage time is acually longer than that!):
- Robert JLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
As a radio & electronics designer since before cellphones were invented, I've always known their emissions are harmless.
Note there is no such thing as "mobile phone radiation".
Anything that uses the word "radiation" without also stating exactly what is being radiated is meaningless.
The emissions are EM (electromagnetic) and acoustic.
[Literal "Mobile phone radiation" would be the result of something like an explosion in a mountain of the things, throwing them in all directions].
That second link repeatedly mentions conspiracy stuff and myths.
It also says there is zero evidence of any harm.
Plus it's technically nonsense, eg. claiming a car is a "faraday cage" - if it was, a mobile phone would have no signal inside a car...
Just meaningless blurb, not science.
- Anonymous2 months ago
No. but, humans are supposed to die before it does cause major effects on health.
- kelvinLv 72 months ago
you do know that this myth was debunked long time ago