Is Electro-Smog really a worry
Subject: General Tech | April 10, 2006 - 09:03 AM | Jason Smith
Electro-Smog sounds like the newest graphics feature in a game, or maybe the basis for one of this year's summer disaster movies. The Tech Zone stops using their bluetooth headsets for a moment to wirelessly post a look at how all of the radio frequencies we are bombarded with might affect our health, if at all ... I still don't see how we can live in a dark, futuristic world without electrosmog setting the mood.
"Yet in weighing the options, virtually nothing is heard about the potential health risks.
Saturating an entire city with WiFi adds to the existing burden of nonionizing radiation. That
burden, called electrosmog by some, consists of long-term exposure to low-level concentrations of
nonionizing radiation from familiar sources like radio and TV signals, electronic and electrical
devices, and the ubiquitous cell phone."
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