Cell Phones: What They Didn’t Tell You

“Have you ever noticed how different your ear or head feels after talking on your cell phone? Dr. Nick Begich reveals the findings of studies the cell phone companies don’t want you to know about.”

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  • http://www.facebook.com/jaymes420 Jaymes Moynihan

    amazing documentary!, and if there’s any government around the world who would use technology for itsa own gain, its the american government!

  • http://www.facebook.com/jaymes420 Jaymes Moynihan

    amazing documentary!, and if there’s any government around the world who would use technology for itsa own gain, its the american government!

  • James

    There are no real facts in this documentary. Period.

    I’ve done dozens of studies and experiments in the lab with cell phone and their transmission. I looked at the possible effects on the head, particularly internal effects that have been claimed by some individual scientists.
    There have been claims of heat transfer from cell phone devices actively transmitting and that this heat can supposedly cause DNA damage as well as damage to the blood-brain barrier.
    My findings contradict those claims. I have found no heat transfer of any kind generated from any brand of device while in transmission mode or otherwise that I’ve tested. Also, the amount of heat needed to destroy or damage DNA would also inevitably cause tissue damage such as burns which would be very obvious to anybody.
    This being said, there is still not enough data to study the possible effects of the invisible transmissions on the body caused by regular cell phone use. To say that a cell phone is safe wouldn’t be accurate at this point. But its safe to say that they ‘probably’ are given the extent to which they are used today and the lack of any real reports of proven damage caused by use of cell phone technology.

  • Hyungnam Gu

    Many scientific studies have investigated possible health symptoms of mobile phone radiation. These studies are occasionally reviewed by some scientific committees to assess overall risks. A 2007 assessment published by the European Commission Scientific Committee on Emerging and Newly Identified Health Risks (SCENIHR) concludes that the three lines of evidence, viz. animal, in vitro, and epidemiological studies, indicate that “exposure to RF fields is unlikely to lead to an increase in cancer in humans”.