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Since 1997 and the onset of GSM telephony, more and more cellular antennas have been popping up in neighborhoods all around the world to support an ever-growing number of cell phone users. In fact, they have become so prolific in some parts of the world that they disappear into the landscape with the same subtlety as cars on the street. And those that don't 'disappear' are cleverly disguised as chimneys, flagpoles, or water towers. Full Signal talks to scientists around the world who are researching the health effects related to cellular technology; to veteran journalists who have called attention to the issue for decades; to activists who are fighting to regulate the placement of antennas; and to lawyers and lawmakers who represent the people wanting those antennas regulated.
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As much as we normally like documentaries and the issue of RF radiation is very important to us, we found this a bit boring. It's a typical interview after interview style documentary. In all fairness, that may be simply because we've done our research and found very little "new" information from this. Nonetheless, it is an important message for all to understand as the growth of public WiFi is now further aggravating this assault on human health (and without your permission/acceptance of the consequences in most cases).
This brings awareness to the issue of cell phone dangers, correlating cell towers with cancer rates, and shedding light on the political challenges to removing cell towers from residential areas, and giving a brief overview of how cell providers operate within broad congressional permissions.
I enjoyed it, it was engaging and put together very well. I just wish it went a little deeper into some of the issues. I definitely recommend watching it. I'm glad I did.
and very educational about the effects of cell towers around the
world. Gives an important perspective and understanding to
a new way of life that has overtaken us when we were not watching.