If you were ever interested to see how much radiation your cell phone outputs, I’ve found a list.
The Motorola Motorola V195s is the highest of all phones in the US, topping out with a 1.6 SAR level, while the Motorola Razr2 V8 has only a 0.36 rating. In Canada and the states, in order for the FCC to allow a phone to come to market, the rating must be less than 1.6 watts per kilogram, while in Europe, they allow for 2 w/kg.
My Nokia 3220 has a relatively low rating of 0.57, but I don’t really think it makes a hell of alot of difference from one end of the spectrum to the other.
Years ago -and for years- I went to a doctor who went on and on about televisions were making people ill, and when he found out that how much time I spent in front of a computer he admonished me as if I was six years old and had dipped the dog in a can of paint. Having not seen him in years, I can only wonder what he would have to say about me working in extremely close proximity to several servers. I knew when I was 12 not to tell him that I worked for my Dad sometimes, making photocopies for 6 hours at a time, or printing tshirts and ending up with what I knew to be teflon poisoning.
I wonder if he has a cell phone.