The simple fact that the leader of the Tucson Chamber of Commerce is from Las Vegas tells you all you need to know.
The most dangerous thing about a cell phone is texting on it while you are driving.
I can't believe you devoted an entire page to this pseudo-scientific claptrap. As someone who worked in the cellular industry for over a decade, beginning when there were only a few towers in Tucson and phones were the size of a brick, I can assure your readers that the typical cellular technician working in the radio building at the bottom of the tower is exposed to as much RF (radio frequency radiation) in a year as Marc Haberman will be exposed to in his entire life. And that is if he uses a cell phone daily. I started in the business when the radios in phones were 10 times more powerful than they are today, and the frequencies lower (more penetrating). This was almost 20 years ago, far beyond the time it takes cancers to develop. Neither I nor anyone I worked with has had any adverse health effects from our job. If you search the web, you will find that not one study has shown an increased cancer rate in the group with most exposure, which is me and my colleagues. The exposure living next to a cell tower is miniscule to that which we experienced daily. The health risks here are about as "potential" as those posed by "chemtrails" or HAARP.
The gallery phone is 977-0267 and the best place to go for info on the event is: http://www.facebook.com/events/11958421153…
Guns don't kill people, but they are hands down the easiest way for cowards to kill people.
Have any of you noticed the back pages of the Weekly? They are full of much more salacious images than this. Could it be the sex of the model? It's OK to show half dressed women, but not a man? Or maybe you're just bothered because the image excites you a little...
And don't forget The Image Collector Gallery, which will occupy most of the space formerly known as The Little Village. The Image Collector showcases photography captured in Tucson and around the globe.
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