[Excerpt from TT: 2008-09-14]
[Question] There has been written and discussed much about that the mobile phones are overheating and making damage to our bodies when much used. There are of course also those that deny facts about any effect in one way or the other. How does the energy from the mobile phones influence on our bodies or the head when we use them?
[Michael Entity] Though the use of what you call “cell phones” or “mobile phones” is fairly recent in your history, we have not seen any effects of any significance that could be considered dangerous to the physical body, at least in terms of waves or rays, however some have exploded, causing harm, but that is a different category of threat, and minimal at that. The rays of your sun in one day can have far more impact in “negative” or dangerous ways than a lifetime’s use of a cellular phone. The use of a microwave for extensive cooking can have more long-term damage to one’s body than the use of a cellular phone for a lifetime.
[Question] So the heat and dizzyness some feels in the head when they hold it for a longer period close to the ears is minimal of distortion?
[Michael Entity] We base our response on the reports we can see relative to damages or harm caused by cellular phones, but we see none beyond those of the explosive variety and some cases of interference with regulators, such as “pace makers.”
The heat is legitimate, but the dizziness appears to be individual reactions to holding up the arm for extended periods of time, or walking and talking at the same time. Other reasons can tend to come from the audio effects on the ear drums as many cellular phones can tend to have poor translation from device to ear.
We offer our response as reflective of what is on record at this time, but we do not offer it as a conclusive report. The devices in question are undergoing a number of changes that will continue to require monitoring for effects.