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Old 07-07-2009, 11:09 PM   #1
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Gsm antena / Gsm / Wifi / Bluetooh dangerous? level of energy, all you should know


Everybody did quantum physic and chemistry here, and know all about Schrödinger equations which are of no secrets anymore.
Solid physics too. Additionally with bio chemistry.

Hence everybody knows that cells mutate / degenerates after being exposed to a field of energy.
Let's take an example, try to live under this: here High Tension Electrical Tower, and let us know in 10 years the results of your health ; practical but true fact. So? - Ok.

So here an example of E and H, how it works: here Gif

So what are those energy levels we are taking about for Gsm antena / Gsm / Wifi / Bluetooh?
We are not talking about MHZ this time

But non profit people develop for people making money, who are ... well, not very interested if a product will or may have consequences in the future. That's called the law of market.

Wishing a good day and more careful development of our society to avoid point of no return, one day.

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Extra: by the way, if you pay good, i.e. the price, need a consultant?
(Luckily Linux came up, let's call it 'bio product', face to Bill market, to offer the same chances to everyone)

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Old 07-07-2009, 11:57 PM   #2
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Everybody knows that Shroedinger's equation is applicable only to Shroedinger's cat, which is neither dead or alive as the result of the imaginary unit on the left side of Shroedinger's equation. Humans are not affected, the hat on the Hamiltonian protects them. So, don't worry.

Gifs are nice though. Keep them up.
 
Old 07-08-2009, 12:05 AM   #3
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Aahh I recall this cat
Well ... X-ray radiation may kill for instance.
 
Old 07-08-2009, 03:59 AM   #4
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I don't think quantum physics has anything to do with this, and it should be excluded from the discussion if you want the discussion to make any sense to anyone.

What you should get is an EMF detector, for example I have one of these:
http://www.dwellsmart.com/Products/T...ctor-and-Meter

With cell phones I would use a hands-free kit if you use the cell phone on a regular basis, that way you keep it away from your brain, which cannot regenerate very well from damage. Other parts of your body are more resilient and can regenerate from damage.

More on this:
http://timleitch.net.nz/bioenergy/ce...in_barrier.htm

I don't use bluetooth, so I don't care about it, but suspect that it does less damage than the others because it is short range.

GSM and wifi are likely slightly less dangerous than cell phones because they have less range and you don't put them next to your ear.
 
Old 07-08-2009, 09:52 AM   #5
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So, this is where nonsense comes to die...in a rather messy heap:

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Everybody did quantum physic and chemistry here, and know all about Schrödinger equations which are of no secrets anymore.
Solid physics too. Additionally with bio chemistry.
Well, biochemistry has at least something to do with the rest...

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Hence everybody knows that cells mutate / degenerates after being exposed to a field of energy.
Where did that come from? ...hence...? This is just a fact pulled out of thin air, with no connection to anything that you have written before.
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Let's take an example, try to live under this: here High Tension Electrical Tower, and let us know in 10 years the results of your health ; practical but true fact. So? - Ok.
A picture of some pylons. I think all of us accept that pylons exist. It is unclear what other point this picture makes. It certainly doesn't relate to whether anyone reading this will be healthy in ten years time, nor does it relate to any putative cause of illness.


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So here an example of E and H, how it works: here Gif
Interestingly coloured pictures. Doesn't do anything to demonstrate or refute a suggestion of a health threat. You would have to consider levels for that, and this is just a pretty (well, arguably) picture of an unrealistic situation, at least in as much as it might be supposed to relate to a health risk.

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So what are those energy levels we are taking about for Gsm antena / Gsm / Wifi / Bluetooh?
I am unclear whether this is a rhetorical device in your 'argument' or whether you are hoping for an answer about energy levels (not that energy levels would be a good descrition of the health threat).

If you were asking for information, I could find some for you, but what with this post being a largely fact-free zone, I am not sure that there is a point.

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We are not talking about MHZ this time
Picture of an old-style radio. Unclear what the relevance is supposed to be, what with it being a radio-receiver. Apparently, though, we aren't talking about MHz, but the relevance of that escapes me currently, so maybe you want to elucidate? are you saying that MHz are, or are not, the risk (assuming that you are claiming that there is a risk)?

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But non profit people develop for people making money, who are ... well, not very interested if a product will or may have consequences in the future. That's called the law of market.
So, you are saying that 'the law of the market' is that 'non profit people' (people who work in not for profit organisations? people who do not make money from their labours?) develop for people who do make money from their labours? If you are alleging that this is a statement of 'the law of the market' you are mangling things badly.

Please don't reply with 'I was just trying to help'.
 
Old 07-08-2009, 10:58 AM   #6
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Just wear a lead ski mask, and stop worrying.
 
Old 07-08-2009, 01:51 PM   #7
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Just wear a lead ski mask, and stop worrying.
I'd advise against lead. Go for a mask in a a nice non-toxic metal, instead. This one has a built in pollution filter, as well!
 
Old 07-08-2009, 02:09 PM   #8
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Yeah, he should be safe with that outfit.
 
Old 07-08-2009, 03:06 PM   #9
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That helmet sure looks like just a toaster to me...
 
  


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