Thank you for understanding and not mocking my lack of familiarity with the topic.
There is no shame in admitting that you don’t understand or are not familiar with something, so there is certainly no reason for me to mock you. You asked a question, and I answered it honestly - I hope it has helped to put your mind at rest.
There is a lot of misinformation around regarding the ‘harmful’ effects of WiFi, as I stated, although it can’t be absolutely proven that it is harmless (but that’s because it’s impossible to prove a negative, other than in mathematics, but that’s another thing entirely), there is no good, proper evidence for any adverse effects.
Think of it like this, ‘can you prove, absolutely, that there are no invisible unicorns living at the bottom of your garden’? If you can’t then should we accept that there are?
Never apologise for asking a question, if more people were like you and prepared to ask questions and listen to the answers, then we would probably all be better off!
We're bathed in EM radiation every day from the Sun. The most obvious form of EM radiation is visible light. Radio Frequencies as used by routers are at the lower end of the EM spectrum and are not energetic enough to cause damage to the body, especially at power levels that home routers use.
The type of EM radiation that can damage the body is high energy radiation such as UV and Gamma waves. This is because they have energies high enough to cause damage to DNA This is why people are advised to protect their skin with Sun block, as over exposure leads to melanoma.
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