Discussion in 'Architecture & Engineering' started by serenesam, Jan 18, 2011.
Oh, that was in response to body scanners at airports using those X-ray machines.
Log in or Sign up to hide all adverts.
The phrase that comes to mind is non-discriminatory risk assessment. You know, such as people not going in the water at the beach because of overblown fears of being attacked by a shark, but thinking nothing of driving home from the beach with a buzz from all of the beer they drank while they were there (and neglecting to wear their seat belt).
Then there was the time a guy lectured me about how I ought to wear my motorcycle helmet, occasionally pausing to take drags from his cigarette. For the matter, I wonder how many of the tin foil people who worry excessively about fluoride and cell phone radiation smoke?
To be honest I would be more interested in how mobile phones and their mast effect the vacuum energy level, after all the more energy that exist the "Warmer" the background temperature is going to be. Which is exactly what I've been trying to state about radiological usage in regards to global warming.
If you are afraid, do not use the cell phone. I use sparingly. At home, or at office, I use the land line with a regular phone. Only when outdoors...but that use is minimal...body can recover from mild exposures...
That's why you should always keep a phone charger that plugs into your cigarette lighter in the car.
Well I use my cell phone all the time and apart from the ringing in my ears and the occasional bleeding eardrum, I'm perfectly fine.
And that is that!
Separate names with a comma.