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EMF’s, Cell Phone Towers, and Aesthetics September 13, 2006

Posted by healthyself in Aesthetics, Antennas, Bioeffects, Biofield, Biological Effects, Blogroll, Cell phone industry, Cell phone safety, Cell phone towers, Cell Phones, Cemetaries, Children's health, Church, Churches, Cordless Phones, Electromagnetic Field, Electromagnetic pollution, Electromagnetic waves, Electrosensitivity, Electrosmog, ELF, EMF's, Employees, EMR, Environment, Exposure, Firehouse, Firehouses, Flagpoles, Government's role, Health related, HOuseholds, Islands, MHz, Microwave exposure, National Monuments, National Parks, Old Faithful, Parenting, Pulsed Radiation, radiation, Risk of Disease, Safety, School administrators, School Boards, School yards, Schools, State Parks, T-Mobile, Toxin, transmission, Waves, Who is Affected?, Workplace.
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“To keep up, cell “sites” — towers and antennas mostly — have increased tenfold, from fewer than 18,000 in 1994 to more than 175,000 now. Without additional towers, calls are lost and reception suffers.”

“Our companies are always running into this conundrum, which is, ‘We want cell phone service, but don’t put that tower here,'” Farren said. “When you’re dealing with communications through the air, you have to have antennas and towers.”

“To meet demand, companies are increasingly turning to nontraditional sites — fire houses, churches, schools, even cemeteries and national parks. A cell tower now sits near Yellowstone’s Old Faithful, despite strong opposition.”…..

….”Cell sites can be a financial boon to those who provide space for them. Cell companies won’t discuss rent, but Donohue said companies typically pay $800 to $2,000 per month, depending on location, the size of the tower or antenna, and other factors. That can be a significant amount for a struggling school district or a church with stagnant or declining membership.”….

….”T-Mobile sued. U.S. Magistrate Judge Frederick Buckles ruled in favor of the company in July. Debbie Barrett, a spokeswoman for suburban Seattle-based T-Mobile, said the company is doing everything it can to make the site “blend in.” But she said the antenna is needed.”

http://www.wired.com/news/wireless/0,1382,68600,00.html

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Comments»

1. Atish Nandy. - April 14, 2007

sir,
i am an Indian. i want to know about health hazerd from mobile tower with relivent documents. you kindly give us the web side of health hazerd from mobile tower ( base station ).
thanking you.
Atish Nandy.
Calcutta,
India

2. healthyself - April 14, 2007

If you click on the items on the right, the entries are documented. Click on cell phones, cell towers, cell masts, mobile phones, etc. Some of the relevant topics are also at the top of each article, and you can click there as well. It will bring you a series of other related topics and internet sites where you can read more about it. You can also click on various diseases, health related, women’s health, men’s health and children’s health.

What is your personal experience?

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