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Those Hazardous Dangerous Cell Phones

Charles G Gray (
Fri, 6 May 2005 08:20:07 -0500

Pat, see the item on the attachment about Sony and dangerous chemicals
used in cell phones. This is probably a much larger threat than any
radiation from the antenna. Note that this material is copyrighted.
I am on their distribution list.


Charles G. Gray
Senior Lecturer, Telecommunications
Oklahoma State University - Tulsa

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Subject: Telecom Headlines, Friday May 6, 2005

Telecom Headlines
Friday May 6, 2005

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(excerpt in question here)
Sony, Sony-Ericcson replace poisonous materials in phones.

Sony and Sony-Ericcson will not use damaging materials anymore for
the production of mobile phones and other products. It concerns
damaging materials which are hard decomposable, pile up in fat tissues
and often have hormone disturbing features. This decision has been
made after talks with Greenpeace ... more

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