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Submission + - Omega Pharma claims miracle patch for cell phones (reuters.com)

Mathiasdm writes: "Omega Pharma, a big Belgian pharmaceutical company, is claiming to have a solution for countering radiation emitted from cell phones. It supposedly counteracts any possible side-effects of the radiation, it comes in the form of a small patch for your cell phone, and best of all... It's only 38.95 (or about 50 dollar)!
The device, known as the E-Waves Phone Chip "beams a quantum physical information wave, which is in counter-phase with the harmful components of the electromagnetic waves".
Anyone else got lost there?
Well, so did the Belgian University where one of the Omega Pharma researchers claimed to work. They quickly released a statement denying any involvement in the E-Waves chip.
What do you think? Snakeoil or a genuine invention?"

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