Subject: Can the radio waves affect the structure of a human cells?
Date: Tue Oct 20 08:00:44 1998
Posted by Hayd
Grade level: 10-12
School: Sydney Technical High School
City: Sydney State/Province: NSW
Area of science: Cell Biology
I was told by a close friend of mine that the radio wave createded by
an electric current can affect the structure of the cells in any
living organism. And that is sole reason people living under power
lines developed cancer. I was wondering if this was true.
Re: Can the radio waves affect the structure of a human cells?
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