Children are at the greatest risk from the thermal effects of electromagnetic radiation
as emitted from cell phone towers, cell phones and all objects that have current flowing through them.
They have thinner skulls, and their brains and bodies are growing rapidly. Doctors from the United Kingdom have issued warnings urging children under 16 not to use cell phones, to reduce their exposure to radio frequency (RF) radiation.
Singapore in 2001, there was huge coverage in all the newspapers because 20-year-olds throughout the city were having heart attacks and they couldn’t figure out why. Then, someone figured out it was because it was the fashion at that time for young people to wear their cell phones on decorative cords around their necks. This meant that their cell phones were hanging right next to – you guessed it – their heart. So a warning went out in all the local newspapers, telling kids not to wear their cell phones on these cords. But funnily enough, no one I’ve spoken to in Canada (or the U.S.) ever heard about that. And no one thought about warning people not to wear their cell phones clipped to their belt, or in their pocket.
EM radiation carries energy and momentum that may be imparted to matter with which it interacts. The basic structure of matter involves charged particles bound together in many different ways. When electromagnetic radiation is incident on matter, it causes the charged particles to oscillate and gain energy. The ultimate fate of this energy depends on the situation. It could be immediately re-radiated and appear as scattered, reflected, or transmitted radiation. It may also get dissipated into other microscopic motions within the matter, coming to thermal equilibrium and manifesting itself as thermal energy in the material.
Cell phone companies are paying churches and schools monthly fees to allow cell phone towers to be built near the building, either in the open like what is going in across the street from my home and the neighborhood school or the companies may disguise the tower under a fake rock, in an artificial palm tree or saguaro cactus.
Why are schools and churches allowing this potential health hazard, because funds are tight and they need the money.
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