|Re: Do Allow Under-9s to Use a Mobile|
|Linc Madison (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Fri, 28 Jan 2005 17:40:00 -0800
In article <email@example.com>, David Clayton|
>> With all due respect, what other mechanism do you think could cause
> Isn't that what the medical experts are now studying?
Yes, but all indications so far are that there is no significant danger.
> Perhaps they should all give up since the answers have been made
I'm not saying that we should end all research. I'm saying that it's
> As to the other arguments about "years of knowledge", perhaps you can
Children have been exposed to lots of RF for decades now. If a
> There may very well be no significant negative effects from using
It's not "recent in terms of any possible long-term medical outcomes,"
Assuming that cellphone use is safe is quite entirely rational, until
True or false?
1. We have no evidence whatsoever as to whether or not cellphones are
2. We have no evidence whatsoever that cellphones cause harm.
The truest folly is to worry about a risk that shows no sign
Linc Madison * San Francisco, California * firstname.lastname@example.org
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