More Cell Phone Tower “Trees,” Less Reason to Fear the Signal

Cell phone antennas are often disguised as trees so as to avoid the attention of antennaphobes. Source: Wikimapia

Previously on ÆtherCzar, I’ve discussed the aspect of antennaphobia that compels cell phone antenna towers to be hidden so antennaphobes don’t realize they are there. Botanist Wayne Armstrong provides an extensive field guide to these cell phone “trees.”

Now there are additional extensive collections of cell phone “tree” photos from Robert Voit as well as Emily Shur.

In addition, Michael Shermer reports in Scientific American on the latest comprehensive study of cell phone safety in Can You Hear Me Now? The Truth about Cell Phones and Cancer.

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