29
Mrz
2005

Put mobiles to the test for safety's sake

The Citizen Gloucestershire

Put mobiles to the test for safety's sake

Date : 29.03.05

Once again, we are telling the story of a community up in arms over proposals to install a mobile phone mast in the midst of their homes.

This time it is the residents of Matson who are calling for action, but it could just as easily be any village or suburb within the county, and the story would be the same. Claims of health risks, denials from the company behind the plans, a call for the equipment to be sited elsewhere, and an insistence that the site is the only and best option are all a very familiar story.

Phone masts and where to site them has become one of the most complex subjects in the news in recent years.

Since the late 1980's, the growth in the mobile phone market has been nothing short of phenomenal.

New technology seems to become available every day, and prices seem to be dropping as well.

You can now watch videos, browse the internet, play music, or even film videos, all using a single mobile phone.

They have become a part of our everyday lives, and look set to stay.

Therefore, surely we need to accept the associated equipment needed to provide a service to enable us to make the most of our phones.

However, there is also a downside in the sudden and dramatic growth of the industry.

Rumours have surrounded the safety of mobile phones since their introduction, with claims that the low level radiation produced by both the handsets and masts could prove harmful to humans.

Nothing has been proved to link the technology with any ill effects, but, at the same time, there is no conclusive proof that they are indeed harmless.

Thorough testing must be carried out as soon as possible in order to answer once and for all the questions over safety.

Omega there are proved links that the mobile phone technology has ill effects. See under: http://www.buergerwelle.de/body_science.html

If these phones and masts are a danger to us and our children, surely that is too high a price to pay for technology.

Now is the time for comprehensive testing to be carried out on this equipment to ensure, once and for all, that public health is not compromised in any way.

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