Your head receives less than 10^-12W at 850MHz from the sun . Your phone delivers probably 0.5W. So if you scaled the sun to match microwave radiation levels, then no, you'd be fried in a millisecond. B-)
 http://ipnpr.jpl.nasa.gov/prog... fig.1 at 1MHz bandwidth.
Recursion is always the answer:
Replying to my own post: apparently TODAY is perihelion day. Who'd have thunk?
2017 January 4, 2017 6:17 am 91,404,322 mi
Context! It's currently about 91Mmiles:* "Earth's closest approach to the sun, called perihelion, comes in early January and is about 91 million miles (146 million km)."
* Admittedly, when God created the Sun several GY ago, the distance was probably different, and immaterial. B-)
Channel streaming services generally have embedded advertisements.* Netflix, as a content service, does not—they got that correct!
* And the streaming services (apart from Netflix and Amazon) that I've tried have very intrusive, irritating ads, that are frequently broken, so that if you skip to see a part of the show you wanted to recheck, you have to watch minutes of ads. Without DVR features, channel streaming is tedious.
We don't know who it was that discovered water, but we're pretty sure that it wasn't a fish. -- Marshall McLuhan