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"The biggest concern with cell towers are the radio frequency radiation exposures (classified as a class 2B possible carcinogen by the WHO) that local populations are exposed to BUT fires are also a genuine problem......particularly where cell towers are installed on buildings, near homes and schools. More stringent regulation is required."

 

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Well, we should probably get rid of cell towers then.

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Well, we should probably get rid of cell towers then.

 

No, we should get rid of cellphones -- because, ironically, most of the people who worry over cell site radiation do use cellphones.  They fail to understand that little cellphones expose them to far greater radiation than do big cell sites.

 

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The first comment I see:

 

"The biggest concern with cell towers are the radio frequency radiation exposures (classified as a class 2B possible carcinogen by the WHO) that local populations are exposed to BUT fires are also a genuine problem......particularly where cell towers are installed on buildings, near homes and schools. More stringent regulation is required."

 

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Well, we should probably get rid of cell towers then.

But then complain they have no service!! 

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