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WIFI vs. 3G: WHICH IS MORE DANGEROUS?

From 2011: “Does home-WiFi expose you to less radiation than using the 3G on your cell-phone?” – Skeptics Stack Exchange:
http://skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/3070/does-home-wifi-expose-you-to-less-radiation-than-using-the-3g-on-your-cell-phone

No definitive answer was given, Yes or No, but there were interesting bits & pieces:

Quote:
[…]
Any radiation below ultraviolet (radio, microwave, infrared, and visible light) is non-ionizing and won’t penetrate bone, meaning it can’t break down atoms (and consequently DNA, leading to cancer) and it can’t get to your sweet, delicious brain. […]
The radiation strength is determined by the frequency that the devices operate at, i.e., the frequency of the radiation they emit. 3G devices (in the U.S.A.) don’t really have a set frequency, but rather will operate at various levels ranging from ~800 MHz to just shy of 2.4 GHz (more if you’re using Bluetooth or 4G phones).

WiFi signals, on the other hand, share the same general frequency as microwave ovens at right around 2.4 GHz. […]
I appreciate the info on radiation being non-ionizing, which is often left out of the debate, and so, for both Wifi (hi-freq, low power) and cellular (lo-freq, hi-power) the equation might even out. […]

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So what do you think?

Is non-ionizing radiation really safe?

Is either wifi or 3G really safe? (4G & LTE are even stronger.)

From all I’ve read this year, nothing electric is really safe, wall wiring, dirty electricity, etc., plus cellular, wifi, microwaves, etc.

For info re the negatives, see:
http://ElectricSense.com

I was thinking of switching to an iPod Touch (wifi-only) vs. an iPhone (3G/4G/LTE) for internet reading/writing/blogging, thinking the iPod Touch/wifi would be less harmful. That first link at the top didn’t really help much for finding an answer to that. :-/

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APPLE iOS.7: “THAT IS SO GAY”

Here’s a humorous read re Apple’s new iOS7 operating system for iPhones 4-5s:

9/21/13: “Interview with 8 year old designer of iOS 7” by Things wrong with iOS 7:
http://thingswrongwithios7.wordpress.com/2013/09/21/interview-with-8-year-old-designer-of-ios-7/

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That interview is hilarious & right on! Good job. I’m so glad to start seeing wordpress bloggers blasting iOS7 (that is the 2nd blog I’ve seen), & where we can comment truthfully w/o the snotty condescending Apple fanbots/fanboys in Mac forums & at “professional tech sites” telling us these massive hideous changes to the iOS are “no big deal,” “get over yourself,” etc. I get so sick of that “politically correct” attitude!


[Photo:  South Beach Art Deco District, Miami]

FWIW, I WAS planning to get a new iphone this time around, it’s been 4 years, but now am holding back after reading numerous reviews & seeing plenty of iOS7-in-action photos.

To go along with the above blog’s “rainbow” complaint, other people have described iOS7 as:

–”Clown Vomit” (lol!)

–”A bad LSD psychedellic trip” (lol, so true!)

–”Girls Magazine” (font, colors, so true!)

–”Mickey Mouse functionality” (very true!)

–”Gaudy!” (cheap chintzy tacky “flat look” – copycat of Google, YouTube, then WordPress jumped on that same wagon, then recently YahooGroups did as well, & I hear Windows & Android started this downslide).

–And my own opinion before I even saw the Molly interview, was that iOS7 looks like a “Gay Pride Parade in the South Beach Art Deco District”!


Could I get away with saying that at tech news sites or Mac forums? Probably not, but that’s exactly what it portrays. Don’t get me wrong, I love “tropical colors,” but there’s a right way & a wrong way, ie, Elegant vs. El-Cheapo:


[Photo:  You don’t like invisible grey font, you miserable Boomers?  Take that!]

What we have with iOS7 are Pastel Rainbow Colors & very thin Anorexic “Art Deco-looking” fonts in an eyesight-distressing light grey & other “South Beach colors” on shallow cheap whitewash backgrounds >> no “FEELING,” no luxurious elegance, no ambience, no richness nor depth, no texture, no maturity; just a tacky lollypop kiddie show for young girls (or gays)!

The message is clear, in more ways than one, this is the War of “Satanic Inversion”* against Aesthetics — & the “Middle-Aged Middle Class”:

“Screw the Boomers. We’re Going After the Kids.”

No thanks, Apple. I’ll wait for an exquisite & more mature “fine wine” experience. Try again.

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“GOD IS NOT THE AUTHOR OF CONFUSION…” (1st Corinthians 14:33)

*Satanic Inversion: The occult agenda to flip everything on its head, with governments & corporations in lockstep with it:

–normal is now abnormal
–abnormal is now the norm

–beauty is now ugly
–ugliness is now beautiful

–good is now bad
–bad is now the good

–right is now wrong
–wrong is now right

–righteousness is now hate
–hate is now righteous

–morality is now repressive
–licentiousness is now moral

–individuality is now rebelliousness
–whereas groupthink is praised

–quality is now “old hat”
–cheap & raunchy is now quality

–intuitiveness is now condemned
–confusion is now desired

–orderliness is now nonsense
–chaos is now glorified as “orderly” (& “minimalist” in IT design)

If you understand the Big Picture, you already know that one of their goals is to “irritate the Goyim to pieces” & turn our world upside down, in addition to homosexualizing children & other evil agendas. I see hints of the above two in iOS7.

“Ordo Ab Chao!” Full Speed Ahead (their motto, not mine!)

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iQuotes re: iPhone 5

“The new phone is the same width as the old one, but taller and thinner, as though someone ran over the old iPhone with a steamroller.”

Lol, funny quote by David Pogue:

9/12/12: The iPhone 5: My First Impressions – NYTimes.com:
http://pogue.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/09/12/the-iphone-5-my-first-impressions/?ref=technology

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“One woman who also was testing out an iPhone 5 couldn’t stop raving about how ideal the new design was for people with smaller hands.”

Excellent news!  When all the rumors were flying early on about a larger screen, that was my big concern.  If iPhone grew wider than my 3Gs, it would be too large for my hand.  So thankfully they went taller/slimmer vs. wider.  Perfect!

Quote Source:
iPhone 5 Review: Would Steve Jobs Be Happy With The New Apple Phone? – The Huffington Post:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mobileweb/2012/09/13/iphone-5-review_n_1879568.html

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