The column was solid science in 2003 but that was before 5G, 4G, and maybe even 3G? At this point you can find cell phones radiating up in the 6 gHz band. Moreover, there’s an entire “cellphones cause cancer” group that has sprung up and could use a good debunking. (Debunking hasn’t worked for the anti-vaxxers, but we can always hope, right?)
'Y’all" includes you since you are a poster here. Update us, please, in detail.
Welcome, mwheinz. When commenting on a column, it’s customary to include a link so other posters can follow.
I know it’s today’s column, but it won’t be in a few days.
Q.E.D.'s SDAB columns were sometimes problematical. And given he passed away a long time ago, any updates would require others to jump in and then things dicey given the situation.
I believe the methodology preferred on this board would be to provide links to reliable sources reporting at least a statistical correlation between radiation sources and higher rates of cancers over the longest available periods before proposing a cause for that correlation. I imagine Denmark has population wide demographics for the cancer diagnosis and treatment rates, although I don’t know if they track cell phone use and microwave oven use there.