Dariusz Leszczynski on “Robert C. Kane – Cellular Telephone Russian Roulette”
“Michael, it is an old book that would need to be updated using present day science.”
He didn’t mentioned what needs an update? After he wouldn’t allow a link to the book, after I put the link to the book two times in a reply to his post “Childhood Cancer 2012 conference in London, UK” on his blog:
And the following comments, after his last comment he even removed the possibility to answer back to his blog!
Now what does this mean?
- He and the mobile phone industry are pretty much afraid about the book “Robert C. Kane – Cellular Telephone Russian Roulette”, it had been written by a top Motorola developer, who died from brain cancer a few years ago, not until he had finished this book: Robert C. Kane – Cellular Telephone Russian Roulette (Download the book from the URL)
- Of course his argument is nonsense, if a math book that is decades old says 1+1=2, is it wrong because it is old? Of course not. the same is true for the above book.
- The problem, all those studies (hundreds) cited in the book had been done long before the mobile phone industry took off, thus the dangers were very well known long before the technology was ready to give it even to children!
A quote from the book (page 13):
What we learn is that a repeated insult or irritation to a particular biological area, such as a small region of the brain, can lead to irreparable damage. That is, given the existence of energy absorption « hot spots, » the existence of which have been verified by numerous researchers, then each damaging exposure to radio frequency radiation provides a new opportunity that the damage will become permanent.
You’ll find hundreds of studies in the book you might not have heard about?
The telecommunications industry would never have grown to the global force, with virtually unlimited power, that we know it to have today if it accepted the scientific research. So the industry did as has been done throughout history. The
industry developed a « belief » system. The wonderful thing about a « belief » system is that it doesn’t require any scientific findings. And any contrary findings that do develop are easily dismissed—as being unbelievable.
The book has been published 2001, but vanished quickly from the bookstores, as you can see from Dariusz Leszczynski’s writting it makes those in charge still pretty nervous.
Now grab your copy, make your own mind and circulate it, the more people who read it the better.