as a meteor customer I was reading your web site, and found the following claim to be contrary to known facts, and facts that should be known to Meteor
your website states at the following URL
13. Are there groups of the population, for example the elderly or children, which are more sensitive to the effects of radio waves?
No. There are no scientific findings that indicate children or the elderly are more sensitive to radio waves than anyone else.
8< This is incorrect information, the Stewart Report a document you should be well aware of was published in 2000 it states in its precautionary section 6.63: There is evidence that at the frequencies used in mobile phone technology, children will absorb more energy per kilogram of body weight from an external electromagnetic field than adults (see paragraph 4.37). A one year old could absorb around double, and a five year old around 60%, more than an adult. Additionally, since children are being exposed to RF radiation from base stations (and from mobile phones) from a younger age than adults, they will have a longer time in which to accumulate exposure over the course of their lives, and a longer time for any delayed effects of exposure to develop. ”
8< 100% & 60% not to mention the unborn, your answer again,
“No. There are no scientific findings that indicate children or the elderly are more sensitive to radio waves than anyone else. “
another report from 2000 called Gabriel states that children have more ions in their tissue and thus greater conductivity therefore greater absorption levels than adults.
in the interest of clarity and professionalism would you please advise your web content people to update this section of your web site.
please contact me if you need further clarification on this and please contact me with regard to the status of your answer to question 13 should you update it.
Regards Brian Greene