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  1. #1 How do I test something to make sure it's safe? 
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    Say that you were to have something highly experimental or unknown and you weren't sure how it worked so you are obviously concerned about its safety to humans. What kind of tests can be performed to make sure it's not doing anything harmful?

    Are there any chemical, physical, electronic or biologic tests that can be done that are inexpensive or easy to obtain?

    I borrowed a geiger counter from a nurse friend and there is no radiation, contact with human skin seems to have no adverse effects over a long period of time, but what other tests can be performed to be certain?

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    Could do a computer simulation.
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