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hi guys could you fill out this short survey for me please, it is to do with one of my modules at uni, and i have to design a product for a business.
my idea is underwear which prevents harmful radiation from phones affecting fertility.
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(Original post by Ranveerk1)
https://freeonlinesurveys.com/s/yhuh7Jiu

hi guys could you fill out this short survey for me please, it is to do with one of my modules at uni, and i have to design a product for a business.
my idea is underwear which prevents harmful radiation from phones affecting fertility.
Your survey will produce skewed results because question 8 does not fit with a 'No' answer for question 7.

i.e. if the responder does not wish to purchase, there is no option for that instance and is forced to state a price or the survey cannot be completed.
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Electromagnetic radiation from electronic devices produces non-ionising radiation. I am not convinced by the so called research that devices affect fertility.

If you want to see truly scary products that produced ionising radiation when they were first introduced early to mid 20th century, prepare for a incredulity:

suncream (yes completely ironic)
toothpaste
facecream
handcream
cigarettes (double whammy)
chocolate
babies clothing
eye solutions
anal suppositories
condoms!

The guys in Ukraine were advised not to use the last item else Chernobyl fallout.

http://io9.gizmodo.com/seriously-sca...-the-498044380
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(Original post by uberteknik)
Electromagnetic radiation from electronic devices produces non-ionising radiation. I am not convinced by the so called research that devices affect fertility.

If you want to see truly scary products that produced ionising radiation when they were first introduced early to mid 20th century, prepare for a incredulity:

toothpaste
facecream
handcream
cigarettes (double whammy)
chocolate
babies clothing
eye solutions
anal suppositories
condoms!

The guys in Ukraine were advised not to use the last item else Chernobyl fallout.

http://io9.gizmodo.com/seriously-sca...-the-498044380
oh dear that list has scuppered my fun night in on Friday :emo:

PS i don't smoke duh
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I agree with uberteknik... as far as I know the radiation produced by phones is in the microwave part of the spectrum, which is used by an insane amount of our day to day commodities. Plus there is the fact that the radiation in that part of the spectrum is of infinitesimal energy compared to the standard rays that may be ionising, i.e. UV rays or in a more extreme sense, X or Gamma rays.
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(Original post by Ranveerk1)
https://freeonlinesurveys.com/s/yhuh7Jiu

hi guys could you fill out this short survey for me please, it is to do with one of my modules at uni, and i have to design a product for a business.
my idea is underwear which prevents harmful radiation from phones affecting fertility.
Can you return the favour and do mine? Its on email marketing influencing buying behaviour and takes less than 5 mins! Cheers https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/3T7WHZH
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