Scepcop wrote: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.
Okay, I took one for the team and watched it. The story was very flawed. did they discuss all of the other schools that are currently using wifi? I didn't hear it. Did they discuss other explanations (asbestos, lead, high-pitch noise from loudspeakers, cell phones, and on and on)? I didn't hear that either. The lady from the Canadian Health thingy stated that the science backs up the the evidence that wifi is not dangerous to kids. Are these parents that are complaining turning off their cell phones, microwaves, cordless phones, etc? I doubt it, yet science also shows that the radiation from these devices are much higher than wifi. Finally, the sun even emits radiation, sooooo, there's my two cents.