Robert Kane, PhD., former Motorola Senior Research Scientist and Technical Staff Member, said this, “Recent research has demonstrated that even short-term exposure to radiation power densities emanating from a nearby cellular telephone is sufficient to modify brainwave patterns, affect short-term memory, and modify an individual’s ability to perform physical tasks such as driving an automobile.” He went on to say, “The body of available research indicates that operation of a nearby portable cellular telephone will expose a non-user to radiation, some of which will be deposited into the brain of the non-user at levels higher than necessary to elicit undesirable biological effects even though the phone may be more than ten feet away from the non-user.”
Translation: Cell phone radiation bombards you whether you are making calls yourself or not. You can be driving in your car, eating in a restaurant, watching a game or attending a concert and you’ll be irradiated from someone else’s cell phone calls whether you know it or not. There is no escape. It’s not just the caller’s brain that gets irradiated; it’s everyone around the caller, too. This information comes straight from one of Motorola’s top former research scientists.
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