This site represents my efforts in debunking / mocking leftist terminologies and ideas in general and within the Australian scene in particular.
Due to lack of experience in matters of web design, there may be irregular changes herein. It is very much a 'work - in - progress.'
Friday, 30 December 2011
Latest cancer scare of mobile phone use
How about making optuse, non - proven comparison
with tobacco and asbestos?
I feel sorry for so - called experts ranting about their
'discovery' of the latest cancer scare of mobile phone use.
It must be tough to contemplate that their information as
reported is always / unashamedly couched with the classical modifiers such as
might, could, possibly etc.
Then they re - use the old scam /
alternative medicine - term of ''free radicals damaging the DNA,
heart, brain, liver and hormone production.''
Maybe they should use the Rohrshah inkblot test -STATS: Rorschach For Dummies and keep looking closely at
the inkblots until proof is seen by all?
Accusing newspapers of publishing ''technical errors and
misleading statements.'' is not beyond them either. Why not imply a clear
Or compare it all with the left's favourite shibboleth of
magnetic power lines' danger?
All has failed because they are reduced to re - using the
old scam /weasel word / idea of alternative medicine. The term of ''free
radicals damaging the DNA, heart, brain, liver and hormone production.'' is
classical broadcasted ineptitude.
How about making optuse, non - proven comparison with
tobacco and asbestos? Why do they not mention an equally irrelevant, strained
reference about Thalidemine?
Contemplate how delusionary the 16 co - authors will feel
when not a single intelligent parent will even bother telling their children
about not to use mobile phones.
Certainly history will not be kind to reseachers raving
about ''non - ionising radiation.
Soon it will be forgotten - until the next wasted lifetime
research hits us!
Geoff Seidner 13 Alston Grove East St Kilda 3183 03 9525