In his article in the February edition of the Journal of the Physical Society of Japan, Hondou posits that the metals in a train carriage body reflect electromagnetic radiation, causing them to accumulate within to potentially dangerous levels.
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The report, titled "Rising Level of Public Exposure to Mobile Phones: Accumulation through Additivity and Reflectivity," by Tsuyoshi Hondou, appears in the Journal of the Physical Society of Japan.
TOKYO, June 14 Kyodo Electromagnetic waves can accumulate in trains by reflecting off their interiors when many passengers use mobile phones and may surpass international safety standards, a Japanese researcher wrote in a recent article in the Journal of the Physical Society of Japan.