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Safety: http://wifiinschools.org.uk/resources/wireless+technologies+and+young+people+Jan2011.pdf

The compulsory use of wireless technologies in UK schools is removing parental choice and putting the health of children and young people at risk. Germany and Israel recommend wired internet access in schools because of concerns about adverse health effects. The International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety and Scientific Panel on Electromagnetic Health Risks also strongly recommend that young people limit their use of wireless technologies. Please vote for safe electromagnetic environments in schools.

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      • Kirstin commented  · 

        So sad to think how difficult it is to follow basic safety based on scientific evidence. Our system is designed to allow dangerous products to exist. I am working in Massachusetts on this topic, and hope to get support from citizens in the USA. My website is at Meetup, at Healing Earth Refuge. Welcome help.

      • Pavla Dulinkova, Frome, Somerset, UK commented  · 

        Thank you very much for your amazing work. I am so happy now because I know now what to do and where to go. They want to install WI-FI to the school with 600 children and nobody listen to me!
        I have to take further action.
        Thank you so much for your help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        If you're looking for scientific papers to back up the assertions - here are just a FEW http://www.wifiinschools.org.uk/30.html
        as I understand it there are currently 6000 studies (peer reviewed) that demonstrate negative impact on health from non-ionising radiation.

      • Mischa H commented  · 

        Ive just had to take my two children out of school aged 5 and 4 because the wifi levels at school have made us very sick within three days. we were fine all summer holidays and pre wifi installation.
        where can we petition? what can we do? where can I go to get this stopped?

      • Linda Roe commented  · 

        I left my teaching post in a school and removed my two children from the school. I am now home educating them. The Wi-Fi was making me ill and I cannot have a mobile phone anywhere near me. It is a scandal that children are staying at home because school is no longer a safe environment for them.

      • Kathleen Pierson commented  · 

        My 16 year old son's school (private school in California) have issued all the kids iPads which they use during class time as well as at home. They installed a WiFi network two years ago which is how long he's been there. I have many concerns, especially since his is a school for kids with learning disabilities and I feel that this technology exacerbates their existing challenges. This issue doesn't seem to make a blip on the administration's radar. I'm going to present his school principal with the information found on your website and make a case for wiring the network. Thanks for all the great information.

      • Lionie commented  · 

        There is ample scientific evidence of harm if you search the scientific literature. WiFi radiation is microwave radiation (high energy radiowaves) - there are over 1000 scientific papers showing effects on biological systems. We must not expose our children to this agent. For those who claim non-ionizing means they are harmless, that means they can't knock off electrons from an atom, but they can certainly cause other molecular effects and cause damage - just like UV. At least we have some evolutionary mechanisms to protect against UV, microwaves we use for wireless/mobile are entirely man-made and new in our environment. They are very different to EMR from natural sources. And not everyone will die from long term damage, but some would. Why some have symptoms? ask those skeptics why some have nut allergies for example?

      • Alan Park commented  · 

        The precautionary principle should apply, particularly where the health of our children are concerned

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      • Paul commented  · 

        This is total nonsense, the EM radiation is non-ionising and there is no evidence of any physiological effect due to radio waves.
        We are bombarded with natural and man made radiation every day, so why isn't the whole of industrialised society falling prey to these "symptoms" ?

      • C. Edwards commented  · 

        If you have ever had horrendous head pain, nausea, heart palpitations, severe vision disturbance, ringing in the ears, dizziness all at once so badly that you can't think straight nor concentrate which is induced every time you go into a shop, or hospital, or on a train, or at an airport or the cinema, or a health club because of the wi-fi and other people using smart phones near you, and you have to lead a life of avoiding all these things then you would realise just how dibilitating these technologies are to some people. It's microwave abuse. Try avoiding all these technologies yourself for a month and see how you get on! Hope you can earn a living!

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        We shoudn't put our children (and teacher's) health at risk in schools when 'The World Health Organization, International Agency for Research on Cancer, has classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as possibly carcinogenic to humans (group 2B). '(www.wifiinschools.org.uk)
        The people who don't beleive there's risk they should think about that the use of wireless technologies haven't been proven safe.
        I beleive schools should accept the recommendations of scientists and apply the precautionary approach and go back to wired technology.

        A recent documentary highlights the adverse health effects EMF radiation can cause:


      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Dr Graham Blackwell is quoting nonsense when he speaks of pulsed microwave. There is no such thing. A radio signal is by definition analogue. The pulsed digital stream at the receiving end is obtained at low level by a demodulation process. Perhaps Mr Blackwell could quote the qualification which awards him the title Doctor?

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        The radio wave power transmitted from a router is minute and has a very short range. Mobile phones have a very much longer range power and are held close to the body, whereas a wifi router will be some distance away from a person. The wifi PC also is not held against the body. Are we to ban the use of mobile phones and also cordless telephones in the home, as the latter emit more power than wifi.

        The whole argument is illogical.

      • Julia Taylor commented  · 

        Why are we microwaving our children when a plug and a wire can prevent their exposure.

      • Sie commented  · 

        A generation suffering with latent subtle microwave sickness. The truth will out.
        'The worlds largest biological experiment.'

      • Corinna commented  · 

        Have been worried about Wi Fi for quite sometime. (Why/wi Fry/fi your brains?!) We have reverted back to wired internet access in our house, wired our telephones and even got rid of the microwave oven but are bombarded by ignorant neighbours 'waves'. Some just say "there's nothing you can do about it". Makes me want to weep!! I really think a campaign about this would be a very good idea, even if it only raises awareness it's better than nothing. Plus some may even take notice enough to protect their children and hopefully some people will be in a position of authority and be able to put a stop to wireless technology entering educational establishments therefore harming our youth.

      • Belinda Coppock commented  · 

        It is NOT a good idea to have Wifi radiating around small children, which could damage their health. It should all be wired.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Taking Heed from Trusted Agencies

        On the 31st May 2011, the World Health Organisation classified non-ionising radiation (as emitted from a Wi-Fi router) as a 2B carcinogen. This classification means that it is a possible carcinogen to humans.

        ICNIRP makes the following statement in the General Approach to Protection Against Non-Ionizing Radiation, page 8, 'People being protected':

        'Different groups in a population may have differences in their ability to tolerate a particular NIR exposure. For example, children, the elderly, and some chronically ill people might have a lower tolerance for one or more forms of NIR exposure than the rest of the population. Under such circumstances, it may be useful or necessary to development separate guideline levels for different groups within the population, but it may be more effective to adjust the guidelines for the general population to include such groups.

        A Workplace Guide (TUC, London, November 2008) on page 6 states that “Caution should be used to prevent exposure to substances in Group 2B.” The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations and COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) means that the first step must always be to remove the hazard altogether if possible. Source: TUC, Occupational Cancer, A Workplace Guide

        The European Parliament on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety has stated: ‘the limits of exposure to electromagnetic fields which have been set for the public are obsolete’.

        Earlier last year, the Council of Europe recommended that restrictions be put on the use of mobile phones and access to the internet (Wi-Fi) in all schools across the continent to protect young children from harmful radiation.

        Department of Health (Advice)
        '... the UK Chief Medical Officers advise that children and young people should be encouraged to use mobile phones for essential purposes only...' Source: NHS leaflet

        European Parliament:
        27. Is greatly concerned about the fact that insurance companies are tending to exclude coverage for the risks associated with EMFs from the scope of liability insurance policies, the implication clearly being that European insurers are already enforcing their version of the precautionary principle. Source: European Parliament

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        About time to take action.

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