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Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by tobs(m): 12:54am On Feb 11, 2008
infobaba:

@ tobs

Re-download the opera, it possible that the flash drive made it corrupt
not dat. . . .i av the setup on my flash drive. . . .my bros they wit am. . . .shld i try downloading it again?
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by MrInfo1(m): 1:21am On Feb 11, 2008
infobaba:


Re-download the opera

tobs:

shld i try downloading it again?
YES and, your download should be average of 6kb/secs
example


Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by tobs(m): 3:31am On Feb 11, 2008
@infobaba,is dats a downloading manager?, pls xplain how u got that
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by MrInfo1(m): 6:46am On Feb 11, 2008
@ tobs

Yes, Internet Download Accelerator Click here To download it
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by powerblaze(m): 2:16pm On Feb 11, 2008
Hey info, how do you get to download with it via mms?
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by DualCore1: 2:22pm On Feb 11, 2008
powerblaze:

Hey info, how do you get to download with it via mms?

drop ur email for him smiley
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by powerblaze(m): 2:36pm On Feb 11, 2008
mail remains powerblaze@gmail.com
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by samuelk(m): 4:46pm On Feb 11, 2008
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Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by koolkamzzy(m): 6:49pm On Feb 11, 2008
hi guys keep up d gud job.
i heard dat some african country are browsing for free on celtel and since celtel is offering one network service, we can get d apn from those country and try it to see if it works in Nigeria
BIG UP
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by dragnet: 7:20pm On Feb 11, 2008
. . . . . . . . , been there done that
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by MrInfo1(m): 7:38pm On Feb 11, 2008
koolkamzzy:

hi guys keep up d good job. 
i heard that some african country are browsing for free on celtel and since celtel is offering one network service, we can get d apn from those country and try it to see if it works in Nigeria
BIG UP

An APN will only work for a line if the line is activated for that APN.
What we should face is how to activated first.
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by powerblaze(m): 8:24pm On Feb 11, 2008
usually, apns by celtel is usually relative to its geographical location, so except there're really careless, just think of something else.
well maybe they plan to include gprs in the one network plan. That wont be bad though
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by powerblaze(m): 9:02pm On Feb 11, 2008
research topic for the week:EFFECTS OF RADIATION ON CELLPHONE USERS

drop your views, many of us don't know a thing about mobile phone hazards
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by tobs(m): 11:15pm On Feb 11, 2008
@infobaba,i just no fit downlad the acceleretor,bcoz my downloading rate is just falling. . . .2day its 2.1kb/s . . . . if the download don reach 45% . . . .e go stop download. . . .wat do u tink i can do to make the rate of downloading increase
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by topeteadr(m): 11:45pm On Feb 11, 2008
Tobs, sh1t happens. . . .
I don't know 'bout u guy's, but everything seems okay wit me. . . . I download files above 300kb wit the celtel trick. . . . . . . . . . . What really matter's is using ur brain 2 work it out. . . Cuz it must work. .
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by powerblaze(m): 11:49pm On Feb 11, 2008
hey info, you have'nt sent the stuff. Am still expecting it
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by topeteadr(m): 11:55pm On Feb 11, 2008
Powerblaze, mk sure u 4ward it 2 my mail also. . K
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by tobs(m): 12:12am On Feb 12, 2008
tope_teadr:

Tobs, sh1t happens. . . .
I don't know 'bout u guy's, but everything seems okay wit me. . . . I download files above 300kb wit the celtel trick. . . . . . . . . . . What really matter's is using your brain 2 work it out. . . Cuz it must work. .
pls help. . . . wat should i do cry cry cry
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by topeteadr(m): 12:14am On Feb 12, 2008
Try downloading (<1>INTERNET ACCELETERATOR, and <2>Internet download accelerator). . . . . . . . . Download no 1 b4 no 2. . . . And give results. . .
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by tobs(m): 12:24am On Feb 12, 2008
tope_teadr:

Try downloading (<1>INTERNET ACCELETERATOR, and <2>Internet download accelerator). . . . . . . . . Download no 1 before no 2. . . . And give results. . .
ok sir,i go do dat wen i get a better speed. . . . can anyone get me the direct like to download INTERNET ACCELETERATOR and Internet download accelerator plsssssssssssssssssssss
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by topeteadr(m): 12:28am On Feb 12, 2008
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by tobs(m): 4:30am On Feb 12, 2008
@tope. . . .thanx. . .i got it from infobaba's link. . . . wink wink wink
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by powerblaze(m): 4:56am On Feb 12, 2008
hey guys please dont forget about the research topic for the week. Drop your thoughts and opinion.
was about posting mine before power holdings decided to hold light for me angry
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by tobs(m): 5:36am On Feb 12, 2008
@powerblaze . . . . , lol. Power holdings them dats there job,according to there name grin grin grin
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by powerblaze(m): 12:36pm On Feb 12, 2008
Hey, got some stuff for the research:


[b][center]Cell Phones[/center]

Experts investigating biological effects of cell phone radiation asked to shut up or quit jobs


One of the most widely publicised cases of electrosensitivity is that of former Norwegian Prime Minister and now World Health Organisation Director-General Gro Harlem Brundtland, who is also a medical doctor by profession. Brundtland says she is electrically sensitive to cell phones and computers and does not own a mobile phone but says that there is not yet enough scientific evidence to prove the devices are dangerous.

An interview in March 2002 with the Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet has put the WHO Director-General on the top of the list of persons known to be sensitive to HF EMF - low-intensity but high-frequency electromagnetic fields - as reports accumulate that researchers who question the health aspects of the rapidly escalating multi-billion-dollar industries in mobile phones, computers and related technological marvels are being gagged, muzzled and being pressured out of their jobs.

In Spain - reported the Cellular Phone Taskforce's information-crammed No Place to Hide newsletter for June - a judge ordered 49 cell phone antennas removed from a rooftop in downtown Valladolid, the second time a Spanish court has ruled antennas should be removed for health reasons.

"This time the fight was led by parents of children at Garcia Quintana Primary School, where three children had contracted acute lymphoblastic leukemia and one Hodgkin's lymphoma since the antennas were installed," reported the newsletter.

Indeed, reported Arturo Soria y Puig, who provided information for both the Taskforce and Spain's influential El Mundo newspaper: ". . . (T)he popular response to the rapid and chaotic installation of some 30.000 mobile phone antennas in Spain has been impressive. Because of judicial rulings (in a few cases) and because of pressure on municipal authorities (in the majority of cases) the mobile phone providers have had to disconnect and dismantle 2.000 already-installed antennas."

In Switzerland, an initiative to amend the Swiss Constitution and called "Moratorium on Mobile Telephone Antennas" would stop the construction of antennas particularly for "mobile telephony" as long as "the harmlessness of pulsed non-ionizing radiation, and of pulsed magnetic or electromagnetic fields, taking into account their non-thermal effects, has not been demonstrated." The signature-gathering deadline is Sept. 12, 2003.

In Oregon, Dr. William Morton, a professor at Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU) who pioneered studies into multiple chemical sensitivities (MCS) and their apparent relationship to porphyria and became one of a handful of physicians with experience in diagnosing and documenting electrical sensitivity (ES) chose to give up his medical license on Jan. 19 rather than continue to face a raft of complaints and allegations of misdiagnosis and further investigation by the Oregon Board of Medical Examiners. The Task Force noted that the widely respected physician and researcher will continue teaching at OHSU School of Medicine and continue to do research into MCS and ES.

In France, Dr. Robert Santini, a veteran researcher in "bioelectromagnetics", said he had been forbidden by the director of the government laboratory with which he has long been associated from speaking to journalists, politicians and other researchers about "cellular phone and base station bio-effects."

On March 6 and at the request of two senators, he told the Parliamentary Office for the Evaluation of Science and Technology Choices: "We are witnessing today the development of pressure aimed at discrediting, within their institutions, certain researchers and their findings. These campaigns of moral and professional harassment are orchestrated, in particular, by certain cell phone providers, public health bodies and elected officials. Some scientists who work on the problem of the biological effects of cell phones and relay stations have recently been made the object, following these pressures, of discriminatory measures on the part of their institutions: firing, professional change, change of research topic, blockage of career, loss of collaborators, ban on speaking."

He referred to three examples of noted scientists in France and the case of Claudio Gomez Perretta MD in Valencia, Spain, who on Feb. 25 - four days after he wrote a letter to the Valencia Medical Assn. Expressing his concern that the Spanish equivalent of the American Medical Association had taken no position on the matter of HF EMF problems - was notified that he must discontinue his work on electromagnetic fields immediately.

In his letter he reminded the local medical body: "Let us remember that there were once commissions that denied the dangers of tobacco, asbestos, and therapeutic X-rays."

In Sweden, a group of victims of electromagnetic sensitivity asked the prime minister and the prestigious Karolinska Institute not to proceed with threats to close down Karolinska's Unit for Experimental Dermatology, whose Prof. Olle Johansson has produced some of the most riveting scientific questioning of the safety of cell phones and related devices.

Said the Association for the Electrically Sensitive in Orebro County, Sweden, last Oct. 3 on hearing of a cut-off in funds for Prof. Johansson: "We see the lack of research funding and space as an affront not only to a scientist in whom we have great confidence but also to us and the handicapped organization to which we belong".

In Germany, veteran medical physicist and researcher Dr. Lebrecht von Klitzing of the Medical University of Lubeck was forbidden by the University dean to address the German Bundestag (parliament) on the medical effects of cell phones, claiming such a presentation would damage the university's reputation.

The Task Force reported that von Klitzing, forbidden to do any more research on his own, resigned from the university in March in order to continue his research.

In England, Dr. Gerald Hyland, University of Warwick, took early retirement in March following high-level pressures against his research into the biocompatibility of magnetic fields with the human organism.

In Bangkok, Thailand, the English language Nation newspaper reporting May 24 on the near-ubiquity of mobile phones among Thai teenagers ("many teens today are utterly devoted to their mobiles, even to the extent that they regard them as an extra limb"wink accompanied its in-depth coverage with the following recitation of health risks known to be associated with the omnipresent gadgets.

A study published in the UK (in April) suggested mobile phone use may be as addictive for teenagers as smoking.

A recent British study reported that phone driving is more dangerous than drunk driving. The Transport Research Laboratory found reaction times for those driving on the phone was 30 percent slower than those driving drunk and nearly 50 percent worse than someone sober and not using a cell phone.

The (Thai) Ministry of Public Health in 2001 recommended that people under 12 should not use a mobile phone, while studies on health risks - particularly the links to brain cancer - are underway by the World Health Organization.

In 2000, a study by Action on Smoking and Health in London found a number of common traits, including the desire to rebel, prevalent among smokers as well as young cell-phone users.

A recent study by the Physicists Association in Japan warned of the harm of using mobile phones in passenger trains. Researchers said, "Passengers might be harmed by microwaves emitted from phones, which reflect on the train's metal structure and accumulate on the passengers." The researchers suggested there should be a ban on the use of mobile phones in trains, busses and elevators.

In her March 9 interview. WHO Director-General Gro Harlem Brundtland MD, a former prime minister who said she has never owned a mobile phone herself and that there now is reason to be cautious about the technology, told Dagbladet's Aud Dalsegg: "In the beginning I felt a local warmth around my ear. But the problem grew worse, and turned into a strong discomfort and headaches every time I used a mobile phone."

At first she tried to avoid the pain by cutting her calls short, but this did not work. Nor was it sufficient to stop using the phones herself, because everyone around her, including at her workplace at the WHO in Geneva, used them. "I gradually understood that I had developed a sensitivity to this type of radiation," she said, "and in order not to be suspected of being hysterical - that someone should believe that this was only something I imagined - I have made several tests: People have been in my office with their mobile phone hidden in their bag or pocket. Without my knowing whether it was off or on, we have tested my reaction. I have always reacted when the phone has been on - never when it is off. So there is no doubt."

As for wireless home phones, Brundtland said: "I get an instant reaction if I touch such a phone."

She also spoke about her reactions to computers: "If I hold a laptop in order to read what is on the screen it feels as if I get an electric shock up through my arms. So I must keep portable computers away from me. I have a regular desktop computer in my office, but only the secretary uses it. I have not noticed the same symptoms near it, but I turn it off as soon as I come in". The headaches she gets from mobile phone radiation subside about a half hour to an hour after the exposure stops, she said.

Last year, the ICHF reported (ICHF V:2, 2001) on 20 years of Western-suppressed research from the former East Bloc which suggests the "micro blitzing" of the human race by what was variously described as low-intensity but high-frequency electromagnetic fields or radiation (HF EMF, HF EMR) coming from cell phones, computers, television, antennas and a wide range of electrical marvels.

Research primarily from Russia and the Ukraine connected such radiation to immune disorders, environmental diseases, cancer, neurological impairment and even a physically based addiction syndrome to computer use. "It can be proposed that the current increase in electromagnetic pollution of the environment exceeds human adaptation capacities," warned Ukrainian researchers Nikolai Nikolaevich Kositsky, Aljona Igorevna Nizhelska and Grigory Vasil'evich Ponezha.[/b]
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by powerblaze(m): 7:52pm On Feb 14, 2008
hey guys! Hope you enjoyed your day. Well, dont start writing your anger on my thread because she chop all your money! grin
unfortunately, i was ill and so i couldn't do much today.
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by tobs(m): 10:54pm On Feb 14, 2008
@infobaba. . . .i av probs wit my internet download accelerator. . . .it hasnt been downloading anything wen i download. . . its the normal internet explorer download that works. . . it started since yesterday. . . .pls help me out. . . .may be i can edit a settings or so?
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by powerblaze(m): 10:06am On Feb 15, 2008
i was able to download at last! I used ultrasurf 8.5 and it worked fine. Had problems using 8.8
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by powerblaze(m): 8:21pm On Feb 18, 2008
Hey wats up guys! Sorry i've been very illl for some time, and as a result I couldn't keep you guys updated.
Well I'm back now, lets get it kicking

*please this aint the beef section. I'ts only for serious minded researchers and those who wanna update their knowledge. ONLY!*
Thankz
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by dragnet: 8:39pm On Feb 18, 2008
Ok sir !!
Wcm bk prof powerblaze grin
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by powerblaze(m): 8:50pm On Feb 18, 2008
Thanks Dragnet. cool
Currently sniffing for a research,
Re: Research & "FBT" Thread ( This is not a chat room ) by powerblaze(m): 9:44pm On Feb 18, 2008
Hey guys, check out some of the stories on celtel/Zain Administrative takeover, plus some of Zains's proposed innovations:

http://www.thisdayonline.com/nview.php?id=103167

http://www.independentngonline.com/?c=118&a=9888

http://www.celtel.com/en/news/press-release57/index.html

So by july its Zain. Well, we just might still browse free. The Arabs are quite generous grin

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