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Ticehurst councillor questions safety of new wireless masts in schools

Posted by seumasach on June 3, 2009

Responding to Mr Rigby’s concerns, ESCC spokeswoman Hannah Russell said: “The safety, health and welfare of young people is our top priority and the county council would not install a system that it was not completely satisfied was safe.

What is the basis for this satisfaction?

“This technology meets or exceeds all UK, European and international regulations and health and safety standards.”

This informs us simply that the level of radiation is insufficient to heat body tissue.

“We have taken advice from the Health Protection Agency which has also carried out specific tests on our behalf.”

So the HPA are only just checking it now despite spending years of telling us there is no problem. Perhaps they just want to be extra-specially sure?

And yet, he Chairman of the HPA Sir William Stewart, has noted that, due to exposure,  “there may be changes, for example in cognitive function… there were some indications that there may be cancer inductions… there were some molecular biology changes within the cell and these were issues that we had to bear in mind.”

Yes indeed!  Certainly worth “bearing in mind” as you commence intensive irradiation of children.

Why is Wi-Fi being switched in France if there is no problem. Why has the German government warned against use of Wi-Fi. Is this just one more reason for leaving the EU, so we can contaminate children without interference from European burocrats?

See also:

Clusters of Illness. Clusters of Distress- By Products of a Wirreless Age All Predicted

This is Sussex

29th May, 2009

FEARS that telecommunication masts being built at schools across the county may pose a health hazard to pupils and local residents are unfounded say East Sussex County Council.

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