Roger, as Del mentioned smartphone manufacture most certainly has it's toxic elements, add to that the substances given off when cellphones overheat could most definitely be worrisome
Del, I would never take your comments personally, and in fact your point was well taken, you are correct studies are often just thrown out, I do tend to read them, think about them, wonder how they will affect my life, search for a contrary study and then throw them both out and go on with my life Actually that is not quite true, I have cut back on high cholesterol items, although now there have been studies that are pointing out even these studies may be misinterpreted in the sense that small pieces of cholesterol are not so damaging as large pieces or vice - versa, the important thing is to keep your brain in tune by trying to understand them, stay interested, learn new things especially as one gets older.
I seem to remember when I was working in London a case where there was an assassination using a pointy needle and some noxious fluid on the end of an umbrella outside Bush House which was across the road from where I worked, so there are many ways to remove people which I would believe would be far easier and quicker than using a small amount of radioactive substances.
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