Motorcycles cause cancer
Radiation from our bikes could be giving us cancer and limp manhoods, a barmy new book has claimed.
Cancer in bikers could be caused by “death rays” of “electromagnetic radiation” from engines, according to the book.
It could cause cancer of the prostate, testicles, colon, bladder, kidney, liver, pancreas and stomach, as well as infertility, “sexual dysfunction, erectile deficiency and loss of libido,” author Randall Dale Chipkar claims.
He explains: “Electromagnetic field radiation is an invisible phenomenon produced whenever there is current or electricity flow.”
He adds: “A motorcycle is the only place on earth where our vital organs are so close to possible electromagnetic radiation.”
To buy the book, called ‘Motorcycle Cancer? Are motorcycles killing us with cancers of the prostate, colon, kidney, bone, etc?’ visit www.motorcyclecancer.com
To find out how Chipkar suggests solving the problem get MCN, on sale November 28.