Advantages And Disadvantages Of Modern Communication

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Register to read the introduction… first of all, as the other poster stated, there are dangers of the internet, like viruses and people that pose as others or try to take advantage of others. The internet allows for an array of crimes that essentially were harder to commit before. Such as identity theft, since no one can check your id and verify that you are the person purchasing something, for example. Also, with increased internet use, it seems that more and more people take for granted the value of actual, face to face conversation or even all human contact. we could end up with more and more people who simply stay at home and do everything--take classes, work a job, pay their bills, shop for things--and years from now, if everyone, say shops for everything online and it is no longer purposeful or profitable to keep stores open, that would eliminate countless jobs.
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It does not make sense to acknowledge that there might be interference on sensitive electronic equipment due to the microwaves, but exclude the possibility that these same microwaves might have an impact on our body. After all, the human body is an extremely sensitive electrochemical instrument that uses various wave-based electrical processes (e.g. brain waves), each characterized by a specific frequency.
Concluding, the current safety standards for microwave radiation emitted by cell phones only take thermal heating into account: microwave radiation is considered to be safe if your body temperature does not increase by more than one degree. The non-thermal effects are not taken into account, making the ’safety standards’ a mockery of public health. Many research studies have shown that non-heating, or non-thermal, microwave radiation has a profoundly negative effect on the human

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