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Old 09-13-2015, 06:44 AM
 
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Hi City Data people
I have a question. Anyone has noticed so many Cell antennas on Plano West Senior High Building in Plano? Any radiation concerns?
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Old 09-13-2015, 07:35 AM
 
Location: Prosper
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My response from the other thread.

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The causal link between cell towers and any adverse affects on children is murky at best. Also, the damage (if any) has been shown to be on very young children whose brains are not fully developed and that haven't had their skulls fully developed and thickened yet either.

Cellular Phone Towers

Power lines seem to pose a more statistically significant threat, but again, the causal link is murky.

Magnetic Field Exposure and Cancer - National Cancer Institute

We passed on two homes because they were built right next to power lines. Part of it was because of a possibility, no matter how slight, that it could affect our child, but mainly because they're also a horrible eyesore and we feared future resale might be difficult.
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Old 09-13-2015, 08:39 AM
 
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Do your kids actually go to Plano West? If you are truly so concerned that you would post the same exact post several times on multiple threads, I would recommend taking action in the real world and not focusing on the opinion of strangers on the internet.
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Old 09-13-2015, 09:18 AM
 
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Do your kids actually go to Plano West? If you are truly so concerned that you would post the same exact post several times on multiple threads, I would recommend taking action in the real world and not focusing on the opinion of strangers on the internet.
Well,our zone feeds to P.West or why would I even bother to ask/worry?
Thanks for your suggestion and I am extremely sorry if I have upset you with a post(I don't think I've written anything offensive) but What action are you talking about?
And about asking for suggestions/opinions from strangers, isn't that what an Internet forum is for? And Strangers does not necessarily mean they are not knowledgeable.
I am sorry again if I've upset you by asking a simple question.
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Old 09-13-2015, 12:13 PM
 
Location: Shady Drifter
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As I said in the other thread, cell antennas are literally everywhere. There could be 3 or 4 within a stones throw of your house. Part of my practice is working on the agreements, and you'd be amazed at the places they can put a cell antenna these days.

If it's truly something that worries you so bad, you're going to have to move to one of the "dead zones" in the country to get away from it.
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Old 09-13-2015, 12:21 PM
 
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Well,our zone feeds to P.West or why would I even bother to ask/worry?
Thanks for your suggestion and I am extremely sorry if I have upset you with a post(I don't think I've written anything offensive) but What action are you talking about?
And about asking for suggestions/opinions from strangers, isn't that what an Internet forum is for? And Strangers does not necessarily mean they are not knowledgeable.
I am sorry again if I've upset you by asking a simple question.
I'm not upset. But seriously it's a little over the top to post the same question on multiple threads.
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Old 09-16-2015, 09:27 AM
 
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As I said in the other thread, cell antennas are literally everywhere. There could be 3 or 4 within a stones throw of your house. Part of my practice is working on the agreements, and you'd be amazed at the places they can put a cell antenna these days.

If it's truly something that worries you so bad, you're going to have to move to one of the "dead zones" in the country to get away from it.
I know that it's NOT practical to stay in a 'dead zone' to escape minimal EMF but there's a HUGE difference between being in a 'connected' area and living/studying beside a Cell Antenna Tower which emits much more Powerful EMF. I think WiFi is much much less powerful than a real Cell Tower or antenna.
Also not ALL homes have cell towers within a stones throw.. better/ more expensive homes are usually in the 'middle' of a community and they are more expensive for a reason.... away from Highways.roads,shops,power lines and of Course Cell Towers.There's always ways that Cell Companies 'hide' antennas inside artificial pine tress, boulders etc etc but an EMF reader can detect any antenna/tower that is even hidden.
I am NOT concerned about the small Wi Fi routers they've put over in many many areas even in our residential communities but I am asking about real tall cell Towers on Cell antennas that are mounted.
I hope I am able to explain the difference b/w WiFi routers, basic Cell coverage and living below/beside a real Antenna/cell tower.
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Old 09-16-2015, 09:29 AM
 
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I'm not upset. But seriously it's a little over the top to post the same question on multiple threads.
Ok, Thanks! Just a concerned parent
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Old 09-16-2015, 09:37 AM
 
Location: San Antonio
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It takes a lot less time to call the school or to attend a school board meeting to voice your concerns. You make a lot of good arguments and present some valid evidence. Let us know what happens.
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Old 09-16-2015, 10:12 AM
 
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I know that it's NOT practical to stay in a 'dead zone' to escape minimal EMF but there's a HUGE difference between being in a 'connected' area and living/studying beside a Cell Antenna Tower which emits much more Powerful EMF. I think WiFi is much much less powerful than a real Cell Tower or antenna.
Also not ALL homes have cell towers within a stones throw.. better/ more expensive homes are usually in the 'middle' of a community and they are more expensive for a reason.... away from Highways.roads,shops,power lines and of Course Cell Towers.There's always ways that Cell Companies 'hide' antennas inside artificial pine tress, boulders etc etc but an EMF reader can detect any antenna/tower that is even hidden.
I am NOT concerned about the small Wi Fi routers they've put over in many many areas even in our residential communities but I am asking about real tall cell Towers on Cell antennas that are mounted.
I hope I am able to explain the difference b/w WiFi routers, basic Cell coverage and living below/beside a real Antenna/cell tower.

Let it go.
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