|Re: 2.4Ghz vs. 5.8Ghz Cordless Phones and Health Concerns|
Sat, 29 Jul 2006 02:08:23 -0400
> email@example.com wrote:
>> Is there any information out there that would indicate which is
>> I'm not trying to get into a discussion of whether cordless phones
> We all want simple answers to complicated issues.
> Harmful to what in what way?
> There are a LOT of variables in play. Older phones tend to have higher
> Are you worried about brain cancer, skin cancer, or something else?
> To be honest I doubt you can come up with a clear choice just based on
> For me, I'd buy 5.8 as that is less likely to interfere with wireless
I'll add that all other things being equal (and they never ever ever
If this subject worries you in any way at all you're better off
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