How to reduce mobile phones' radiation (7)

1 Name: Sling!myL1/SLing 05/01/25(Tue)20:34 ID:b3x1BCJg
"Professor Lawrie Challis said clipping a ferrite bead on kits stops the radio waves travelling up the wire and into the head."

2 Name: dmpk2k!hinhT6kz2E 05/01/26(Wed)04:28 ID:zCXH2WD+

So that's what those cylinders on all my cords do!

3 Name: Unverified Source 05/01/26(Wed)11:19 ID:Heaven

Wait wait... as in the thing that gives 1/2" of my DVI lead a bulge is the same thing that can stop me getting head cancer.. and it took them this long to figure that out?

I'd buy one.

4 Name: Unverified Source 05/01/26(Wed)14:20 ID:Heaven

> hands-free kits

Those are mostly for use in the car, right? Um. Making phone calls while driving doesn't seem like such a good idea in the first place. Small amounts of radiation might kill you in twenty years time (or whatever), but being distracted like that can kill you immediately.

5 Name: !WAHa.06x36 05/01/26(Wed)14:55 ID:5pU5pdj+


No, hands-free kits are for blurring the distinction between businessmen and crazy homeless drunks talking to themselves on the street.

6 Name: Sling!myL1/SLing 05/01/26(Wed)18:33 ID:LTIrUJrY

The earlier article said:
Hands-free kits 'cut radiation'
Radiation emissions absorbed by the head from using mobile phones are cut by using hands-free kits, a study says."

Hands-free kits are things like this:
The idea is to have the electronics and the emitter away from the head. Plus one doesn't have to hold the mobile anymore, or risk to get it stolen by a passerby thief.
It'll be your liver - or whereever your pocket is - to be the one that's cooking.

7 Name: dmpk2k!hinhT6kz2E 05/01/27(Thu)03:07 ID:NbDvlK3g


That is so true!

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