Ever since I took deliver I feel like I've become an ambassador of sorts. I get questions about my car almost everyday (as I'm sure many of you do), and occasionally get a skeptic. Most of the skeptics I've come across are skeptical because they're not very informed. For example, I might hear "why would anyone want a car you can't use for road trips." They're clearly not informed. Up until now I haven't found a skeptic that I wasn't able to inform and/or turn them into a believer. Until today that is... Today's skeptic had me speechless. He asked me all the usually skeptic questions and then ended with this: "Well, I still think it's a bad idea. My brothers friend is studying to be an X-Ray technician and he said batteries can cause cancer. So why would anyone want to sit on thousands of cancer causing batteries when having just one in your pocket (referring to cell phones) can potentially kill you." I was speechless... first off that sounds completely ludicrous to me, but I don't know. I've never heard of that, and just because I haven't heard of it doesn't mean that it's not true. When I finally gathered my thoughts, I told him this: "I don't know if that's true or not, but what I can tell you is that I've put 30,000 miles on my car in the last 9 months and I feel completely fine. Other then that I don't know what to say..." Has anyone ever heard that argument before? is there any merit to it? My scientific tool kit is telling me that it's BS. But what say you? What would you have said or what do you think?