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electromagnetic radiation


She is studying the effects of cell phone electromagnetic radiation on the human brain.
  the range of radiation, from gamma rays through to the spectrum of visible light, and to radio waves
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  • She is studying the effects of cell phone electromagnetic radiation on the human brain.
  • By firing a highly concentrated pulse of electromagnetic radiation, an EMP gun could effectively fry the electronics of any device it targeted—cars, cell phones, computers.
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  • On approach toward the House of the Temple, the pilot had performed a low-altitude flyover and pulsed the relay node with a blast of electromagnetic radiation, knocking it off-line only seconds before the laptop completed its transfer.
    Dan Brown  --  The Lost Symbol
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Associated words [difficulty]:   electromagnetic radiation , string theory [9]
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