The safety of cell phone towers is the subject of extensive
scientific debate. There is a growing body of scientific
evidence that the electromagnetic radiation they emit, even
at low levels, is dangerous to human health.
The cell phone industry is expanding quickly, with over
100,000 cell phone towers now up across the U.S., which is
expected to increase ten-fold over the next five years. The
industry has set what they say are " safe levels" of
radiation exposure, but there are a growing number of
doctors, physicists, and health officials who strongly
disagree, and foresee a public health crisis.
Many towers have been built recently in Siskiyou Co., with
dozens more planned, as telecommunications companies rush to
corner markets in this fast-growing industry. These towers
emit radio frequencies (RF), a form of electromagnetic
radiation (EMR), for a distance of up to 2 1/2 miles. They
are essentially the same frequency radiation as microwaves
in a microwave oven.
Studies have shown that even at low levels of this
radiation, there is evidence of damage to cell tissue and
DNA, and it has been linked to brain tumors, cancer,
suppressed immune function, depression, miscarriage,
Alzheimer's disease, and numerous other serious illnesses.
Children are at the greatest risk, due to their thinner
skulls, and rapid rate of
growth. Also at greater risk are the elderly, the frail, and
pregnant women. 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.
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