Phone radiation can be harmful to humans. It is harmful when the person is on the phone a lot.
Earth's ozone layer absorbs harmful radiation from the sun.
infrared cuz its more harmful
Yes, radiation of any frequency can be harmful when it is intense enough.
MacBook Pros do not emit any harmful radiation.
No, some kinds of radiation can be helpful.
Cherenkov radiation is seem by the naked eye is a bright blue it is not considered to be harmful. The Cherenkov radiation is generating from electromagnetic radiation that comes from the speedo of particles traveling.
Cerenkov radiation is also spelled as Cherenkov is an electromagnetic radiation that comes for particles as they travel at speeds greater that the speed of light. The radiation if seen is often blue and is not harmful.
Ozone layer protects us from harmful radiation. It is their special property.
The ozone layer shields us from harmful UV radiation. It is present in the stratosphere.
No, it is not. In fact, infrared radiation is actually heat.
Radiation generally describes non harmful waves such as radio waves and light wave while nuclear radiation usually describes emission of harmful gamma rays.
UV radiation is absorbed by ozone. It is the harmful radiation of the sun.
No, it isn't harmful at its standard characteristics of operation.
No, because the radiation cannot see with our naked eyes.
Radiation can be very harmful to organisms. It can cause mutation in DNA or the organism, it can cause defects and even cancerous cells.
Radio waves are harmful to people because they give off radiation. Radiation is known to cause cancer in humans.
Definitely! Radiation is certainly harmful to humans and even it can cause skin cancer too under over exposure....
The radiation that are absorbed are not all useful. Only the harmful ones are.
Ultraviolet radiation can kill harmful pathogens.
The problem is not that gamma radiation is harmful per se. Indeed, all radiation is harmful in high enough dosages or for long enough periods. The problem is that unlike alpha and beta radiation, which are particulate (helium atoms and electrons, respectively), gamma radiation is in the form of rays (photon rays, to be specific) and are such much more difficult to properly shield and contain.