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The truth about wireless computer-based teaching

Posted by seumasach on March 23, 2014

KI researcher: ‘Kick out politicians who give students hazardous e-readers with unproven educational value

Olle Johansson, Associate Professor in Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm

(Source:Newsvoice)

Wirelesswatch Blog

23rd January, 2014

Thanks to the so-called PISA* (OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment) survey, in Sweden we now know: student scores in maths, reading comprehension and natural sciences are plummeting. The results are prompting rage in Swedish schools. Something is wrong.

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Precautionary principle applied to microwaves finally embodied in law

Posted by seumasach on March 19, 2013

Le principe de précaution appliqué aux ondes électromagnétiques enfin inscrit dans la loi

COMMUNIQUE DE PRESSE
– lundi 18 mars 2013 –

Isabelle Atard

Le principe de précaution appliqué aux ondes électromagnétiques est enfin inscrit dans la loi.

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Letter to Dr. Perry Kendall Provincial Health Officer of British Columbia on wi-fi

Posted by seumasach on August 29, 2012

My letter to Dr. Perry Kendall Provincial Health Officer of British Columbia on Wi-Fi. Yet this letter applies to ALL forms of wireless in ALL countries:

August 24, 2012

Dear Dr. Kendall:

I agree with Mr. Robert Riedlinger and noted author Iris Atzmon of Israel that if Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman can implore the Education Minister of Israel, Gideon Sa’ar, to immediately suspend installation of wireless internet in schools due to the well documented hazards of RF – EMF, Canada should be doing the same, as should all countries.

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Wi-fi in schools, civil action: Morrison v. Portland Public Schools

Posted by seumasach on April 2, 2012

Magda Havis

January 23, 2012.

Update:  The American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) wrote a letter to the Public Utilities Commission of the State of California, dated January 19, 2012.

This letter begins:

Dear Commissioners:

The Board of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine opposes the installation of wireless “smart meters” in homes and schools based on a scientific assessment of the current medical literature (references available on request).  Chronic exposure to wireless radiofrequency radiation is a preventable environmental hazard that is sufficiently well documented to warrant immediate preventative public health action.  

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Remove WIFI from our schools

Posted by seumasach on July 5, 2011

Please sign the below petition to remove WIFI from our schools and all public facilities.
In the wake of the WHO/IARC classification of electromagnetic fields as a Class 2 B Carcinogen, meaning “can cause cancer in humans”, we are moving as fast as we can to ban and mitigate this carcinogenic technology and infrastructure and part of that is raising awareness amongst the general public and putting our legislators on notice for future actions to come.

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Canada:Wi-Fi opponents planning public meeting for May 30

Posted by seumasach on May 19, 2011

Peterborough Examiner

19th May, 2011

After the local public school board told them their concerns would no longer be heard for six months, parents concerned about wireless Internet in schools are taking their message to the public.

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