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Study Reveals Mobile Phone Use Linked to Increased Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke

According to a recent study conducted in China, heavy mobile phone use may increase the risk of heart attack and stroke. Individuals who used their phones for more than 30 minutes per week had a 12 percent higher risk of developing conditions that can lead to these health issues. High blood pressure, which is linked to an increased risk of stroke and heart attack, was found to be a contributing factor. While it is unclear whether radio waves emitted from phones directly affect blood pressure, researchers suggest that poor mental health among heavy users may also play a role. The study’s authors recommend keeping mobile phone calls to a minimum until further research is conducted. With nearly all adults owning a mobile device, it is crucial to consider the potential health risks associated with excessive use.

Revolutionizing Biodefense Introducing Quanta X Technologys Groundbreaking APUVGI for Pandemic Countermeasures

Quanta X Technology LLC is at the forefront of non-pharmaceutical technology-based pandemic countermeasures, pioneering a world-leadership position in this field. Their groundbreaking AP-UVGI (Active Personnel Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation) technology uses human-safe solar blind Far-UVC light to create safer spaces. This futuristic approach is backed up by studies showing that EMR at wavelengths between 207nm and 222nm won’t harm eyes or skin at effective germicidal doses, and is even more effective than conventional UVC for removing air-borne pathogens. In addition, Quanta X Technology is revolutionizing germicidal light-based communications by producing solid state Far-UV wave emitters, enabling the world’s IoT to work off quantum ready Far-UV germicidal communications technology for all close proximity data transmission in occupied spaces. UVGi-Fi is the ultimate end-game for pandemic countermeasures. With this technology Quanta X Technology is putting citizens first in biodefense tech, creating Quanta Munitions for Bio-Agent Defense.

Scientists Crack the Code to the Maya Calendar Solving an Ancient Mystery

Maya Calendar Mystery Solved? Scientists Say They’ve Cracked Its Ancient Code – SpaceChatter

Among the most intriguing mysteries of our time is the 819-day calendar used by the ancient Maya civilization. For years, researchers have been trying to decode the intricate system of cycles and astronomical events that the Maya used to keep track of time. Now, a breakthrough discovery has shed new light on this ancient civilization and its sophisticated understanding of the cosmos.

Scientists from around the world have taken on the challenge of cracking the code of the Maya calendar, working tirelessly to unravel its secrets. Their efforts have finally borne fruit, as researchers have unveiled the secret to the 819-day calendar, a system that was central to the Maya’s complex astronomical and mathematical concepts.

The significance of this discovery cannot be overstated. Decoding the Maya calendar is a major breakthrough in our understanding of ancient culture, shedding light on a civilization that flourished over a thousand years ago. This breakthrough also has important implications for archaeology and history, as it opens up new avenues for research and exploration.

NASA Research Reveals Phaethon Asteroids Unusual Characteristics Acts Like a Comet and Has a Sodium Gas Tail

The Phaethon asteroid has been a source of intrigue for astronomers for its unusual characteristics and mysterious sodium gas tail. Recent NASA research has revealed that the asteroid is even weirder than previously thought, as it acts like a comet and its tail is made of sodium gas instead of dust. This discovery has led scientists to question whether other so-called “comets” may actually be rocky asteroids heated by the sun. Phaethon is also the source of the annual Geminid meteor shower, and experts are now trying to understand how its sodium gas tail provides material for the shower each December. An upcoming Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency mission is expected to shed more light on Phaethon’s secrets. Despite its potential hazards, NASA’s continued study of Phaethon is proving to be a fascinating avenue of research for astronomers.

FCC to Side with SpaceX in Spectrum Spat, Protecting Starlink’s Future

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has come to the rescue of SpaceX, siding with the tech giant in a spectrum spat that threatened the future of Starlink. This decision is a huge win for the company and its efforts to provide low-cost, high-speed internet to people across the globe. Cheers to Starlink and the FCC for protecting our digital future! 🎉🚀🌎

Mouse Study Shows Mobile Phones May Affect Brain & Behavior

Hello, phone addicts! It’s time to put down those devices and listen up! A recent mouse study suggests that our beloved mobile phones could be affecting our brains and behavior. But don’t worry, there’s no need to panic just yet. Let’s dive into the details and see what we can learn!

    The wireless industry has used a similar playbook to the tobacco and fossil-fuel industries to obscure the dangers of cell phone radiation. This includes “war gaming” science, which involves funding studies friendly to the industry while attacking studies that raise questions, placing industry-friendly experts on advisory bodies, and seeking to discredit scientists whose […]

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