You are asking too much information in one posting
> Can you show where wireless and microwave
> frequencies from routers and cell phones benefit
> the molecular cell structure of a human's anatomy?
> I think not! Do you even have a counter
That's a bit like asking whether cars benefit human beings when they crash into you and mangle you up. As for a counter argument, I do not need one since you correctly observed that, "the evidence is neither conclusive or conclusive."
I have installed 5g in my house which
> is wireless and the router also connects at 2.4
> Ghz. Yet I'm concerned that 20 years down the
> road I may regret it. I realize that the closer I
> am to router the greater the risk. There is not
> much I can do to protect myself when I see a dozen
> routers in the neighborhood not to mention Cell
> phone towers, smart TVS, Smart meters, and all the
> wireless devices combined. The evidence is
> neither conclusive or conclusive.
> Fuzzy are you 100% sure my statements are merely
What I am saying is you are not seeing things in perspective. Worrying about a cell phone tower or smart meter does nothing to clarify what strength of signal is being received, how long that signal is on for and what effect it has on you. Take for instance Smart Meters, you are talking about a signal that's transmitted for a few milliseconds every hour or so. So what risk is that?
|Connect and die: The wireless epidemic||440||Sirhope||15-Dec-17 21:32|
|Re: Connect and die: The wireless epidemic||51||Richard Fusniak||16-Dec-17 00:39|
|Re: Connect and die: The wireless epidemic||45||greengirl5||16-Dec-17 03:40|
|Re: Connect and die: The wireless epidemic||49||Sirhope||16-Dec-17 05:03|
|Re: Connect and die: The wireless epidemic||54||Sirhope||16-Dec-17 03:51|
|Re: Connect and die: The wireless epidemic||41||Itatw70s||16-Dec-17 05:50|
|Re: Connect and die: The wireless epidemic||44||Richard Fusniak||16-Dec-17 10:27|
|Evidence neither conclusive or inconclusive||89||Richard Fusniak||16-Dec-17 10:42|