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Post by Steve Whites Missus on Sun Mar 17, 2019 12:18 pm

Rather apt to be posted by ‘dodgycarpet’

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Post by tovid on Sun Mar 17, 2019 5:54 pm

Modern journalism really irritates me. The headline is not borne out by the article itself. 
The researcher specifically says that his research do not show a definite link. He just believes it does and that more research is therefore needed. 
He is a proper scientist. Unfortunately that doesn't help the journos need to jump to conclusions.
Hopefully he will be given support to carry out more forensic research.
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Post by Dodgycarpet on Mon Mar 18, 2019 2:29 pm

Haha yes that name was because I mis-remembered the old fanzine title!
And yes it's typical local rag reporting but some interesting information in it. Worth a read by all concerned.

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Post by SteveBradley on Mon Mar 18, 2019 4:03 pm

This is a badly written piece of 'journalism'.

As mentioned above, the headline doesn't relate to the text of the article - which clearly states that there is no clear link.

The article is also rather illiterate by failing to draw a clear distinction between the turf itself - over which there is no suggestion of any issues with - and the rubber crumb used on it, which is where the question is over.

It's also completely false to say that 3G astro is banned in Ireland.

Given the huge numbers of people who play on artificial grass for a variety of sports around the world, I personally would want to see a lot more incidents of the sort that it is claimed may be being caused here before I'd give the assertion much credence. There are probably millions of people in the UK alone using artificial turf every year in the UK.

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