Since the emergence of mobile phones in the 1990s, communication has become much easier and more portable. In fact, it is impossible to imagine a world without them. The exponential growth of business transactions in decision-making is much faster. In Africa, mobile phone technology has become the primary means of communication, as phone companies do not have to spend billions of dollars to build telecommunications infrastructure.
Radio frequencies and magnetic fields were indisputable topics in the 1960s and 70s, mobile phones, controversy worsened. As in all disputes, there are two thinkers around the effects of radio waves and the danger. On one side, there are some who think that radio frequencies have little impact on consumers and the environment. On the other hand, there are those who believe that radio waves and telecommunications companies are seriously threatened to think that we are safe.
Radio frequencies or radio waves, as they are more commonly known by wireless and other electronic devices. Not a new event in the modern world. In fact, apart from natural events, there are radio waves since radio and television. Basically anything that has an antenna or a transmitter emits radio waves. The rate at which the organism absorbs radio waves as the specific absorption rate (SAR).
At the heart of disputes around cellular broadcasting, radio frequencies emitted by mobile phones are safe for humans and the environment, or are all at risk of steady streaming of such waves and electromagnetic fields. If the radio frequencies are high enough, they can break the tissue in the human body and interfere with the DNA. They claim, however, that mobile phones are so small that they do not pose a threat. This has been the FCC mantra for years. Recently, it has caused a lot of confusion and concern, the same organization claims that further research is needed to determine the effects of radio frequencies and whether they are dangerous to humans.
Complaints have arisen in the United States and other countries such as South Africa where base stations are located in urban areas and are still built on gardens where there is agreement between mobile networks and homeowners. People living near the base stations complained of headaches and other health problems. Homeowners' Associations and Health Researchers Claimed To Be Extremely Close to Base Stations or Mobile Cellular Power, Can Brain And Cancer
Without the formal conclusions about cellular dangers, we need to ask the following questions; how dangerous are radio frequencies and what are the risks to human health and the environment? Constantly quenching radio waves can cause free radicals, and if so, is there a way to protect ourselves? Are we slow down with the pollution of modern technology? Do you think it is true?
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