Wireless technology vs. Wired technology and our children

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I think and feel that the happy medium will be a society with clear signage for zones in the public where there is radiation zones or “hot spots” where cell phones and wi-fi are useable and radiation free zones AND zones of reduced exposure.

The school district of Saanich on Vancouver Island has already implemented this with 100% radiation free zones in the elementary schools, 25% radiation zones in the middle schools with 75% radiation free zones, and 100% wi-fi in the high-schools with clearly labelled wi-fi free zones in the high school.

See below a letter from a pediatric neurologist and neuroscientist on the faculty of Harvard Medical School and on staff at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She is Board Certified in Neurology with Special Competency in Child Neurology, and Subspecialty Certification in Neurodevelopmental Disorders.

Her letter is addressed to the Los Angeles School Board and validating the latest research and concerns on the effects of this low frequency pulsed radiation on children especially.


See below the summary of the BioInitiative Report. It’s 26 pages but i’ve highlighted the important and alarming parts.

BioInitiative Report 2012 summary highlights

A letter to share with your school district about the logic of the precautionary principle especially with our children.

This article is intended for anyone to use as a speech to fight Wi

Here is a link to a great website started by the ex CEO of MicroSoft Canada.



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