Does being in the same room as a turned on phone charger cause cancer?
- EdnaLv 71 month ago
No, it does not.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Yes. Everything that California says may cause cancer actually does or some **** like that. EVERYTHING CAUSE CANCER!!!
- Gordon BLv 61 month ago
No but being alive puts you at risk of cancer.
- ObamavengerLv 71 month ago
Not unless the charger is a smoker.
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- 1 month ago
I dare you to try it.
- LANLv 71 month ago
It must be sad to be so mentally limited that all you can ever think to do is continually post the same childish rants over and over to advertise your mental limitations to everyone Mr Right.
As always when reporting him write out, "constant abuse of question format on multiple accounts".
- audreyLv 71 month ago
No it does not. None of the stupid stuff that's been ask on here in the last few days causes cancer.
- KnightSaber2000Lv 61 month ago
'?' is right about the EM or EMF (elector-magnetic field).. the more of it, the bad it would be.. think of the speed of a car.. the faster you'd get, the more risk of an accident you'd have.. it is always a good idea to limit the number of electronics and wiring around the bed (around the house in general)..
but at the same time, the risk from getting cancer from EMF emitted from house-hold items are very very low.. a phone charger could be the equivalent of driving a car at 30km/h or 18 miles/hour, it is a reasonable slow and a controllable speed..
however, it becomes a problem if you have too many electronics and electrical wiring around the bed, of which the EMF would add up - 30km/hr from the laptop, another 30km/hr from wiring and another 30km/hr giving the total speed of 90km/hr or 55 miles/hr..
now obviously EMF is not measured by speed km/hr or miles/hr, and these numbers are only hypothetical.. electricians often use special EMF devices (yes the same devices used to detect ghosts) to detect and fix any excess EMF radiation in homes.. old houses (built before the 1960s) and old electronics and old electrical devices (before the 1980s) are often poor shielded/grounded - meaning they radiate far more EMF radiation than modern-day wiring, appliances and electronics..
the first symptoms of high EMF could present with: sleep issues, exhaustion and unexplained physical stress, hallucinations (seeing and hearing ghosts), depression and unexplained headaches.. but such symptoms are non-specific and a number of other medical conditions may present with similar symptoms.. only a certified electrician should be able to tell you whether you live and sleep in a high EMF area..
other signs that indicate poor EMF shielding, are humming in recording audio.. simply attach a cheap microphone into the microphone jack of a desktop computer; use the sound recording app to record a short audio.. some humming and some sound distortion is expected in cheap microphones (this is why professionals buy some really expensive audio equipment to record sound on a PC), but if the audio recording is really really bad, it may indicate a poor shielding/grounding inside your bedroom/house..
all the best..
- ?Lv 71 month ago
Its impossible to say for sure, but theres nothing to suggest that a pgone charges emits any kind of EM radiatuon, let alone of a type or level that could be potentially harmful