iPhone is one of the most dangerous phones for your health?

Jun 12, 2009
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So I've been to a few health seminars with my mom recently, and one of the doctor's was really stressing the subject of electromagnetic interference and its longterm effects on the body. Well, one particular research group has gone so far as to claim the iPhone to be one of the most dangerous phones of today. Check this out:

http://products.mercola.com/blue-tube-headset/


I understand that the Specific Absorption Rates (SAR levels) for the iPhone are as follows, with the maximum rating set by the FCC to be 1.6W/kg

*iPhone*: 0.974

*iPhone 3G*: 1.388

*iPhone 3G S*: 1.19

http://www.sarshield.com/english/radiationchart.htm


Is Mercola's advertising for the BlueTube just a bunch of BS (because the marketing seems very superficial) or will I be fine talking on the iPhone 3G S over speakerphone (which I do 90% of the time on the 3G already)? My mom has gone paranoid over the entire topic of EMI exposure and brain tumors. That said, I'm interested in your replies, thanks in advance.
 

Kuntry

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So I've been to a few health seminars with my mom recently, and one of the doctor's was really stressing the subject of electromagnetic interference and its longterm effects on the body. Well, one particular research group has gone so far as to claim the iPhone to be one of the most dangerous phones of today. Check this out:

http://products.mercola.com/blue-tube-headset/


I understand that the Specific Absorption Rates (SAR levels) for the iPhone are as follows, with the maximum rating set by the FCC to be 1.6W/kg

*iPhone*: 0.974

*iPhone 3G*: 1.388

*iPhone 3G S*: 1.19

http://www.sarshield.com/english/radiationchart.htm


Is Mercola's advertising for the BlueTube just a bunch of BS (because the marketing seems very superficial) or will I be fine talking on the iPhone 3G S over speakerphone (which I do 90% of the time on the 3G already)? My mom has gone paranoid over the entire topic of EMI exposure and brain tumors. That said, I'm interested in your replies, thanks in advance.
I'm not very keen on the subject but I have heard that cell phones in general have added to the risk of testicular cancer in men because a lot of men carry their phone in their pocket. With that being said, I suppose it is plausible.
 

glsda

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Lord Salisbury, British Foreign Secretary .
reproaching the Viceroy of India .. a century ago .
••You listen to much to the soldiers!
No lesson seem to be so deeply inculcated by the
experience of life as that you never should trust in
experts. If you believe the Doctorcs nothing is wholesome;
if you believe the Theologians nothing is innocent; if you
believe the soldiers nothing is safe ... They all require
to have their strong wine diluted by a very large​
admixture of insipid common sense
 

styfle

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Ok....what is this guy selling?
 

Watcher

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Our extreme LOVE of the iPhone will protect us from that meany cancer. And as they say, Love Conquers All! :laugh2:
 
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We are dying every second anyways. Its called Aging. Your cells just divided by the time you read this and you have died a little more.
 

styfle

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We are dying every second anyways. Its called Aging. Your cells just divided by the time you read this and you have died a little more.
Not really. Usually if you're under 18 you are growing. I think by 21 you peak and start dying...