<![CDATA[RDTN.org Forum]> 2011-04-13T02:06:06Z FluxBB http://forum.rdtn.org/index.php <![CDATA[buy cell phones]> The cell phone industry is one of the largest and fastest growing industries. Regular innovations and technological advancements are a common feature of this industry. As such, there is every likelihood that the industry will continue to develop in the foreseeable future. Early designs of the cell phone were known for their bulkiness and were thus, almost impractical in terms of portability and general usage. When cell phones first came onto the market scene in the late 1980′s, they were also sort of ostentatious goods, which only the wealthy could afford. Now have very big different, almost everyone can buy cell phones. In fact, many cell phone network companies provide their customers with free cell phone handsets on some of their tariff contracts. The technological advancements in these phones have also significantly improved in terms of their size and varied functionality. Unlike the old cell phones of the past, modern cell phones are a lot more compact and stylish in their appearance. Have GSM cell phones, mobile, wifi cell phones, all sorts of phone calls, content is very rich, and the style a lot.

I write a good deal about cell phone and I have many published articles about various issues in cell phone lookup. My current articles can be seen at Cell Phone Lookup.

Moreover, you can do more than just make telephone calls on today’s cell phones. Standard cell phone models that are currently sold on the market have other innovative features like picture messaging, cameras, music download software, video calling, and even Internet browsing capabilities. It was only in the last decade or so that all these state-of-the-art features were incorporated on standard cell phones. Without a doubt, the cell phones of the future will have even more enhanced capabilities and functions than present day models.

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<![CDATA[CT Scans]> In speaking casually with a non-radiology specialized physician, I heard anecdotal comments about high numbers of CT scans on someone in a short period of time being a risk for future development of cancer. As the radiation ranges for a CT scan are much higher than most ambient living conditions, it struck me as a useful biological reference point for how we think about people affected by radiation at levels far below disaster workers but still elevated considerably above normal.

Does anyone have good contact to science or medicine experts who would be able to offer insights on research about CT scans or Xrays otherwise?

It would be great for us to get a different angle on understanding radiation exposure risk.

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<![CDATA[Nuclear Info Sites and Links]> great links, thanks for that

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<![CDATA[About this Category]> Congratulations to RDTN for teaming up with Greenpeace! Great job sharing the information, thank you!

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<![CDATA[Please send us any feedback!]> Nice catch! We've fixed that.

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<![CDATA[Off-Topic Lounge]> Welcome!

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<![CDATA[Radiation Values]> As our project continues to evolve, we will be inviting experts from the scientific community to help provide context to the data we're displaying.

If you have a question about a particular reading or source, please feel free to post it here. It might help to post a screen grab or lat/long of the data point in question.



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