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    Cell Phones next to your head & Electromagnetic Antenna Propagation Dangers in Watts
    August 19, 2013
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    Cell Phones next to your head & Electromagnetic Antenna Propagation Dangers in Watts:

    Think of radio towers or cell phones or Wireless home gizmos as transmitting radio (or sometimes microwave) energy in Watts that are gamma particle electromagnetic radiation similar to "light (visible spectrum photon gamma particles)" that you just can't see.

    Now, in your mind's eye visualize a radio tower's transmitted Frequency as if you could see it in the visual spectrum, then these 50,000 Watt radio station antennas would be very bright lights indeed (if we could see their RF gamma particle transmissions as photons). Put your hands on (or just get near) a 50,000 Watt light bulb and you would get fried. Try walking up and touching one of those car lot advertising spotlights head on. Don't go near big radio antennas while they are transmitting or you won't live long enough to get brain tumors from electromagnetic radiation.

    And just like the diminishing of how bright a light's intensity is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the source of that (physical quantity) light--the farther away you are--the dimmer the light appears--it is the same for Radio, RADAR (RAdio Detection And Ranging equipment), sound, radiation, magnetic fields around high power electric lines, all forms of electromagnetic radiation and gravity:


    The Watts drop off with the square of the distance from the source until you need amplifiers to increase the signal from milli-Watts to strong enough you can "detect" the audio (or TV) component of the radio signal so you can even hear it at any real distance from the source.

    It is because of this Inverse Square Law of RADAR signal drop off that I don't believe anybody shot down any UFOs near Roswell with 1947 RADARs.

    So radio station at 50,000 Watts, if you could see it as photons, great big light.

    Cell phone next to your head with 2 Watts, if you could see it, not so bright.

    A typical candle produces about 80 Watts of heat. You can move your hand quickly through a candle flame and not get burned, but it only takes leaving it in the flame just a second to discover what they mean about "playing with fire." Now leave that candle fame next to your head the length of time of a cell phone conversation; ouch!

    Nobody seems to have agreed yet on how long you have to hold a 2 Watt cell phone right next to your head to cook up a tumor, or worse fry a cataract into your eyeball.

    Rule of thumb: If the Wattage is big, avoid it, and if the Wattage is low, be cautious.

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