|Re: Don't Allow Under-9s to Use a Mobile|
|Fred Atkinson (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Sat, 22 Jan 2005 21:49:51 GMT
Nor was mine. I didn't imply any conclusion. But, who's to say what|
is impossible in this case? I'm simply saying that based upon what I
have read, I believe there is some sort of a problem here. As I
stated, the jury is still out on just how big of a problem this is.
It may only affect three out of three hundred billion or the number
may be greater, much greater, or or it *may* be excessive. We simply
don't have enough data to draw any conclusions about that.
You talk about those thousands of deaths. How many deaths do we have
When I hear a cell phone salesperson say there's no danger, he has no
I think I've heard others here use the term 'it's all about money'.
The only argument I'm making here is that we just don't know and it
I guess I'm the eternal skeptic here.
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