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Norfolk County Council imposing Wi-Fi exposure

Posted by seumasach on February 15, 2013


14th February, 2013

Cringleford Primary School in Norwich is due to move into brand new buildings over the summer of 2013. Like many other councils and schools, Norfolk County Council are continuing to spend public money to irradiate the children in their care with WiFi all day every day. It is not that they are installing WiFi badly – it is that they are installing it at all, especially in primary schools. The new primary school will be irradiated by up to 19 wireless Access Points.

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Radio: Dr Andrew Goldsworthy on electrosensitivity

Posted by smeddum on October 11, 2009

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Spoof: cell phone class action

Posted by smeddum on December 5, 2008

Fruity Cell-phone Manufacturer Settles Radiation Lawsuit with Blueberries

Written by David David The Spoof

Story written: 29 November 2008

Blueberry Hill, Ontario, Canada – Plagued by numerous class action suits, Canada’s leading cell phone giant has instructed its lawyers to settle out of court. In a dramatic announcement, spokesperson Briar Patch revealed that an amicable settlement had been reached between all parties. Read the rest of this entry »

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