As of today, December 4, 2011, I am beginning to publish a regular column, on cell phones and health, in the Communities at The Washington Times. I will attempt to publish it regularly, once a week. The first column touches subject of why we need more research on cell phones.
We often hear that, those who do not like that the research on cell phones continues, complain and joke that the scientists always call for more research to secure their own jobs. But is it really so? Are we really so calculating or are the critics mistaken? I think that the critics are mistaken.
There are scientifically very legitimate and very pressing reasons for why we need to spend more money on research of the biological and health effects of cell phones. Not just any research but something what I called in this science blog – the targeted research…
Read some more in my first column. However, be aware that I purposely used the context that: my column “touches” the issue… It is because of the limited size of the text that is possible to publish in a single column writing that makes me to only “touch” on this subject in a single writing. But do not worry, there will be more on this subject in the future, in my weekly columns.
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