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Vicki Warren, an electrical engineer, began teaching the
center's online course on "electrosmog" from wireless
signals three years ago. In an interview, she quickly
dismissed studies that say wireless is safe.
The only studies that actually make that claim are studies
that are paid for by the telecommunications industry," she
said. "The studies that are done by people not associated
with the telecommunications all support the opposite — that
there are biological risks involved with the use of this
Warren said studies that show cell phones don't emit enough
energy to cause a rise in temperature to exposed tissue are
conducted with a direct line of sight between the phone and
the antenna. "Once you take your cell phone inside a car,
inside a home or create distance between you and the
antenna, then your cell phone actually exceeds the
industry's set standards," she said.
Another hazard, she said, involves the digital signals on
the body's cells. Warren said these high frequencies cause
cell membranes to go into lockdown, preventing the intake of
nutrients and the expulsion of waste, damaging DNA and
creating "the precursor to tumors."
Warren cited other studies that link behavior problems to
A Japanese study of subway riders found that more arguments
and fights have broken out since cell phones have been
allowed in subway tunnels.
Since U.S. airplane passengers have been allowed use their
cell phones while waiting to deplane, more arguments have
been noted in the first few minutes after landing.
Cognitive abilities were reduced 20 percent in Japanese
fourth-graders after talking on cell phones for 30 minutes.
McWhinney of Motorola disputed Warren's assertions.
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