The planet itself emits lots of different kinds of waves and/or frequencies, humans would adapt regardless so meh.
Also, people would gain hearing loss first, if said issue is real, but a LOT of people would gain hearing loss from using headphones and playing loud music before something like a cell phone would ruin your hearing (since you make calls like what? A few times a day, while someone listening to music may listen with a headphone or loud speaker for hours?)...
Thanks for replying to my tease. And to Prototype5 for supplying relative SAR values. That's a huge spread.
The wholesale dismissive postures from industry versus 'feelings' arguments from the anti crowd make me flippant, I suppose. Of course it's prudent to reduce exposure where one easily can. After reading a bit more on Bluetooth I'll likely adopt your practice.
I try to use the 'Best Practices' principle in that I reduce unnecessary exposure to potentially harmful things. I mean hell, we have sunblock for the sun, right? People don't seem to be adverse to that.
Lot's of things we've been told are safe, later turn out to be the opposite. So, I just do what I can for myself using a bit of sense. -- "I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots." ~ Albert Einstein