MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – For many years now, a debate has been raging on whether or not radiation caused by cell phone use can lead to cancer. Now a new study brings some good news to all who have adopted mobile technology.
Scientists from the Radiological Institute of the Philippines (R.I.P.) have discovered a previously unknown radioactive wave that seems to confirm that excessive cell phone use can increase one’s I.Q.
The study involved 1,000 participants — 50% of whom used mobile phones at least eight times a day while the remaining 50% used mobile phones less than three times per week.
The result? Those who used their cell phones daily and excessively had an I.Q. of 120-140 (very superior intelligence), compared with those who used the phones sparingly who had an I.Q. of 90-110 (normal to average).
The new study comes as very good news for Filipinos, considering that the Philippines is recognized as the texting capital of the world.
It is estimated that there are 106 Million cell phone owners in the Philippines, more than its current population of 100 Million. This means that about 6 Million Filipinos own two or more cell phones each.
Don’t mess with smart Filipinos!