Saturday, June 04, 2011

Wireless Affects on Biological Systems

Brain tumour risk in relation to mobile
telephone use: results of the INTERPHONE
international case–control study

Michael Kundi, head of the Institute of Environmental Health, Medical University of Vienna says of the study “Authors emphasize that no increased risk was detected overall. But this is not unexpected. No exposures to carcinogens that cause solid tumors like brain cancer or lung cancers, for example from tobacco and asbestos have ever been shown to significantly increase cancer risk in people with such short duration of exposure. The latency period for brain cancer is 15-30 years.See: Ten-Year INTERPHONE Cell Phone Study Reports Increased Risk for Brain Cancer


Human Radiation Effects Group

For me I have always been interested in the affect "fields may play on human beings." The experiment to see activation of field response in other venues, as lets say fluorescent light tubes as a artistic statement in the culmination of such a affect? It's strength and weakness across the outlay of tubes as to distance of EMF exposure? Can such activations be done as well, in the case of fluorescence, as to show environmental changes at the cellular level with wireless transmissions? Would this help?

Endothelial cells under the microscope. Nuclei are stained blue with DAPI, microtubles are marked green by an antibody bound to FITC and actin filaments are labelled red with phalloidin bound to TRITC. Bovine pulmonary arthery endothelial cells

The idea here hypothetically presented in strength, according to that intensity of wireless transmission, as to the brightness of the florescence when activated? Would this overview "for a environmental application within the body and the affects of, " be  shown as florescence activated in the blood stream?
See: Fluorescence microscope

Layman questions for sure. I am open to reasons why not.

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