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Re: OT: can antennas for wireless Internet cause damage to health?



On Sat, 2007-02-10 at 21:48 +0000, Paul Smith wrote:
> On 2/10/07, Alan <alan lxorguk ukuu org uk> wrote:
> > > > If you wanted a more serious answer then try a more relevant list. Some
> > > > keywords that might help you are "ERP", "SAR", "NCRPM" and "FCC"
> >
> > > the cuff ridicule of someone asking such a question.
> >
> > I pointed to the correct terms to find a serious answer, and seeing as
> > this is nothing to do with Fedora the question shouldn't have been asked
> > here in the first place. It was abusing the list, and quite
> > inappropriate. Perhaps people should post windows problems here too, or
> > football reports ? no, I thought not.
> >
> > And as the questioner doesn't even give any information they won't get an
> > answer without knowing things like the ERP and the frequency range of the
> > mast or what its for, except maybe from the tinfoil hat brigade.
> 
> I am sorry for having posted my question here. I had previously
> searched Internet (with Google) for an answer, but maybe because I did
> not use the correct keywords, I have found nothing. I imagined that I
> could find some help here, as this forum is full of computer
> specialists and I did put "OT" in the subject of my post. Being out of
> topic, my post is much closer to the topic discussed in this list than
> "football reports", but, in any case, apologize for my post.
> 
> Paul
> 
I am sorry that anyone should have to go through having a brain tumor.
But the relation of microwave, high tension and radio frequencies to
harm to humans has been studied extensively by people at places like
Brooks Aerospace ( a military base) and they found no correlation.

That does not mean that there could not be a rare person whose body
resonated at the frequencies involved but that would be extremely rare.
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