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Wifi proven harmful to school children

Postby Scepcop » 17 Jul 2011, 01:45

This is very informative. You gotta see this investigation.

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Re: Wifi proven harmful to school children

Postby NinjaPuppy » 17 Jul 2011, 04:03

Good question! Wifi is just about everywhere and who knows what the problems can be with it generations from now?
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Re: Wifi proven harmful to school children

Postby Craig Browning » 18 Jul 2011, 01:01

I'm a firm believer that ALL the many forms of transmission/radiation we use in life be it radio waves, electrical conduction, etc. all have some form of subtle affect on us and will, over time, generate negative health issues based on how much exposure we have of each or the combination of each as well as our propensity towards specific ailments due to genetics or, if you would, karma.

I really do believe that a heck of a lot of your technology will be proven a genuine danger in time, most especially how we treat our food stuffs and the pollutants allowed into the atmosphere -- I bring out the latter because of certain demographics pertaining to MS and how it seems most prevalent in regions known for high levels of industrial operation and strong hot-cold weather contrasts i.e. the upper Mid-Western & New England regions of the U.S., the British Isles & Scandinavian nations where heavy metal processing was common. Apparently children exposed to these environs early in developmental life (birth through 8-9 years of age) are more susceptible to develop MS related symptoms by age 30-40 than those heralding from other geographic areas. On so many levels I think that findings of this sort are nature's way of giving us a Warning Sign over our general folly when it comes to how we've raped the earth and stopped respecting her and all that share it as a living center.
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Re: Wifi proven harmful to school children

Postby Arouet » 19 Jul 2011, 13:05

I didn't listen to the video in the OP, but looked into this briefl when the news first came out. From my understanding there is no good science backing this up.

Also: folks: wifi is frigging everywhere, we have it in our house and according to my card there are at least 6 other homes with it in my immediate vicinity. To link any problems to wifi needs far better science. And we would all be affected. From what I remember, these stories were primarily annecdotal hysteria.
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Re: Wifi proven harmful to school children

Postby NinjaPuppy » 19 Jul 2011, 19:21

They come out with some sort of health scare or warning all the time. Some are warranted and some are not. From what I've experienced in my lifetime I find it odd that with so many things out there that can kill us, we are living much longer lives than ever.
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Re: Wifi proven harmful to school children

Postby Craig Browning » 19 Jul 2011, 20:18

NinjaPuppy wrote:They come out with some sort of health scare or warning all the time. Some are warranted and some are not. From what I've experienced in my lifetime I find it odd that with so many things out there that can kill us, we are living much longer lives than ever.


Understand, all of these ___ causes cancer blips that we keep seeing in the headlines are based (most of the time) on two factors;

a.) corporation x wanting to legally defraud the public by introducing a new something that's scary, expensive to fix, etc. like say, the sun, water, fresh air. . .

b.) a band of idiots that have a degree and no place to go who willingly pump a few hundred rodents full of more formula X (whatever the money grabbers want to exploit this week) than it would ever be able to find in a conventional lifetime just to find (surprise, surprise) 35% or or dumb animals exposed come down with cancer. . . :roll:

go figure :o

. . . and then folks wonder why I don't trust anything "scientific" now days :mrgreen:
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Re: Wifi proven harmful to school children

Postby ProfWag » 19 Jul 2011, 20:44

Arouet wrote:I didn't listen to the video in the OP, but looked into this briefl when the news first came out. From my understanding there is no good science backing this up.

Also: folks: wifi is frigging everywhere, we have it in our house and according to my card there are at least 6 other homes with it in my immediate vicinity. To link any problems to wifi needs far better science. And we would all be affected. From what I remember, these stories were primarily annecdotal hysteria.

So, just to clarify, is it safe to assume that once again Winston has posted either a lie or an inaccuracy in the subject line of a thread when he uses the word "proven?"
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Re: Wifi proven harmful to school children

Postby NinjaPuppy » 20 Jul 2011, 02:24

Craig Browning wrote:
NinjaPuppy wrote:They come out with some sort of health scare or warning all the time. Some are warranted and some are not. From what I've experienced in my lifetime I find it odd that with so many things out there that can kill us, we are living much longer lives than ever.


Understand, all of these ___ causes cancer blips that we keep seeing in the headlines are based (most of the time) on two factors;

a.) corporation x wanting to legally defraud the public by introducing a new something that's scary, expensive to fix, etc. like say, the sun, water, fresh air. . .

b.) a band of idiots that have a degree and no place to go who willingly pump a few hundred rodents full of more formula X (whatever the money grabbers want to exploit this week) than it would ever be able to find in a conventional lifetime just to find (surprise, surprise) 35% or or dumb animals exposed come down with cancer. . . :roll:

go figure :o

. . . and then folks wonder why I don't trust anything "scientific" now days :mrgreen:

You left out playing with stock market but really, you covered it with the "expensive" comment and the "money grabbers".

If you take all of the animal testing data and put it all together you can safely say that lab rats are the primary cause of cancer :lol:
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Re: Wifi proven harmful to school children

Postby NinjaPuppy » 20 Jul 2011, 02:29

ProfWag wrote:So, just to clarify, is it safe to assume that once again Winston has posted either a lie or an inaccuracy in the subject line of a thread when he uses the word "proven?"

Please watch this YouTube video to find out what happens when you "assume"



Geeze....I love a good classic! Almost as good as "Pits, pits, pits, in my juice, juice, juice!"

Just in case an "Odd Couple" video is not acceptable as scientific proof, then the next video will assure pure scientific proof as Professor Hill will state the exact same evidence. Since he talks like Albert Einstein, it's perfect proof!
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Re: Wifi proven harmful to school children

Postby NinjaPuppy » 20 Jul 2011, 02:44

All I have to say is WiFi, SchmiFi. When I was a kid I walked two miles to school, UPHILL, both ways! We didn't have no stinkin' safety crossing guards or fancy metal detectors, air conditioning or even heat, and we LIKED it that way! We played with the chunks of asbestos that fell off the leaking, broken water pipes that landed on our desks, because there were no cellphones to amuse ourselves with, but we didn't whine about it.

BTW, the above statement is factual.
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Re: Wifi proven harmful to school children

Postby Arouet » 20 Jul 2011, 05:14

ProfWag wrote:So, just to clarify, is it safe to assume that once again Winston has posted either a lie or an inaccuracy in the subject line of a thread when he uses the word "proven?"


Shocking, I know!
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Re: Wifi proven harmful to school children

Postby ProfWag » 20 Jul 2011, 20:45

NinjaPuppy wrote:All I have to say is WiFi, SchmiFi. When I was a kid I walked two miles to school, UPHILL, both ways! We didn't have no stinkin' safety crossing guards or fancy metal detectors, air conditioning or even heat, and we LIKED it that way! We played with the chunks of asbestos that fell off the leaking, broken water pipes that landed on our desks, because there were no cellphones to amuse ourselves with, but we didn't whine about it.

BTW, the above statement is factual.

They actually had schools back then Ninja? ;-)
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Re: Wifi proven harmful to school children

Postby Craig Browning » 20 Jul 2011, 22:09

NinjaPuppy wrote:All I have to say is WiFi, SchmiFi. When I was a kid I walked two miles to school, UPHILL, both ways! We didn't have no stinkin' safety crossing guards or fancy metal detectors, air conditioning or even heat, and we LIKED it that way! We played with the chunks of asbestos that fell off the leaking, broken water pipes that landed on our desks, because there were no cellphones to amuse ourselves with, but we didn't whine about it.

BTW, the above statement is factual.


While we didn't have the asbestos problems I can go you one better. . . the 1976 blizzard and having to walk over a mile and a half with snow four feet high and a solid 8" ice-pack on the main roads and that was just to get to the bus stop before 6 a.m.

Fortunately, my high school's library did have AC but not so with the class rooms. . . it's rather bad when your math class smells like a locker-room but teen age boys will get funky FAST in warm, humid air. . . especially when the school is literally in the middle of 3 huge corn fields.

Kids these days. . . they haven't a clue how good they have it.

I can see the classic parental tale in the next generation; how the father had to walk more then ten feet to get to his iPad III in order to get to classes at least once a day for 30 minutes and the frustration they faced because true spelling of words was still being taught over text speak and other "contemporary" versions that have been implemented so teachers no longer have to force students to actually learn and conform to tradition.

It's certainly going to be a frightening tale. . . :twisted:
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Re: Wifi proven harmful to school children

Postby ProfWag » 21 Jul 2011, 03:49

Craig Browning wrote:While we didn't have the asbestos problems I can go you one better. . . the 1976 blizzard and having to walk over a mile and a half with snow four feet high and a solid 8" ice-pack on the main roads and that was just to get to the bus stop before 6 a.m.

Are you sure you're not thinking of the Blizzard of '78? (I had a T-shirt saying I survived it...) I guess what I do find hard to believe however is that with 4' of snow and 8" of ice, you actually had school? We sure as hell didn't...
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Re: Wifi proven harmful to school children

Postby Scepcop » 25 Jul 2011, 05:18

Arouet wrote:I didn't listen to the video in the OP, but looked into this briefl when the news first came out. From my understanding there is no good science backing this up.

Also: folks: wifi is frigging everywhere, we have it in our house and according to my card there are at least 6 other homes with it in my immediate vicinity. To link any problems to wifi needs far better science. And we would all be affected. From what I remember, these stories were primarily annecdotal hysteria.


You really need to watch that video. It's very informative. Yes there is science backing it up. An expert in it explains why. Both sides are interviewed by the way. Just watch the report please. Why is that so hard? This is the media, not some alternative journalist. Watch it and tell us what you think.
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