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Desc:Neither short nor sweet. George Carlo is the Kent Hovind of Cell Phone Physics.
Category:Educational, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:stupid people, cell phones, confusion of the highest order, EMF, science does not work that way
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StanleyPain - 2008-07-02
Holy shit...just out of boredom I put this whole thing on in the background while I doing other stuff.

My scientific knowledge of all this stuff is minimal and even I couldn't believe what I was hearing. This is gold.
fluffy - 2008-07-02

Somehow, there's no criticism of his ridiculous claims, and his Wikipedia page reads like an advertisement for his books.

fluffy - 2008-07-02
I like how they misspelled their own domain name in the overlay on the whole video. (If you go to the misspelled one it redirects to the correctly-spelled one.)
fluffy - 2008-07-02
Okay so listening to this whole thing, and uh. At the beginning he says the "microtubules" are responsible for "instantaneous communication" and that's why you feel a stubbed toe right away (which is so laughably incorrect for so many reasons) but then later on he's talking about how cellphone and WiFi interference disrupt the microtubule communication. And yet, if I stub my toe while talking on a cellphone, I still feel it "instantaneously."

And then now he's rambling about messenger RNA and completely misunderstanding what it does and making absolutely no sense and oh man this is terrible.

gotterdamm - 2008-07-02
Wait until you get to the part where he compares the frequency of a cellphone's signal to the frequency of the human heart, then seems to drop the subject altogether as if even he realizes it makes no sense.

StanleyPain - 2008-07-02
That's where I just stopped what I was doing and just had a blank expression...

kelpfoot - 2008-07-02
I think this lecture is framed nicely by having a misspelled word plastered across the front of it.

Also, if you visit the website, you'll find that this man sells magic amulets to protect you from cell phone radiation.

There is also an advertisement for "MRET powered structured water, a high-tech activation unit for your household," which is basically a 0 Thermos.
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GoneGirl - 2008-07-03
Stupid, or just plain crazy?
minimalist - 2008-07-03
This hurt. This hurt me to me very core. This hurt worse than that homeopathic dingbat from a few months ago.
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