I remember reading on this forum (probably) about how it was physically impossible for cell phones to cause damage to DNA. A microwave photon has energy in the meV range. My biology and chemistry aren't all that great, and what little I could properly google gave me the idea that molecular bonds are on the order of a few eV. If these numbers are right, it seems to make sense that microwave emissions from cell phones can't do damage in the sense that they directly screw with DNA to cause cancer (as is the typical public perception). Is this about right?