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Published 1 year ago with 5 Comments
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  • NotWearingPants

    The rats exposure began in utero. Unless they used really tiny sources on their developing ears, this pretty much eliminates any meaning as relates to causing brain cancer in humans. Whole body radiation on tiny animals =/= human use, even if the power levels and frequencies matched.

    I bet I could hook up cages of rats to an rf sig-gen for a lot less than $30 million too.

  • torontojim

    I rememeber this study from like 25 years ago. What gives?

    • kxh

      The study has been going for a long time.

      People who like phones don't want it to be true, people who hate phones want it to be true.

      Since many claim that there is no mechanism for non-ionising radiation to cause cancer, this study being true indicates there is a mechanism.

      • AdelleChattre (edited 1 year ago)

        If you ever meet someone that tells you microwaving rats for long periods doesn't cause cancer, that being physically larger doesn't cause cancer, or that living longer doesn't cause cancer, send them my way.

        Here's the paper. Have a look and if you still think this article is worth the paper it's not printed on, let's talk.

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