Ontario School removes Wi-Fi over safety concerns

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From: Magda Havas
To: Iris Atzmon
Sent: Thursday, September 08, 2011 8:52 PM
Subject: breaking news Ontario School removes Wi-Fi over safety concerns, 1290 AM CJBK & CTV News

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A private school in Collingwood, Ontario has removed Wi-Fi and has installed wired technology. This is excellent news. I wish other schools would follow their lead. I understand that the teachers in the school are grateful as are the parents that their children are NOT going to be exposed to microwave radiation, a possible carcinogen.

I find it fascinating that the public school system is promoting Wi-Fi, refuses to listen to parents, silences teachers, ignores the research, and can t get Wi-Fi installed fast enough, even though many of these schools already have a wired system, so the Wi-Fi is redundant. It seems that they were allotted money for this (money that can t be used for anything else) and every schools is following like sheep to the slaughter.

Several private schools, in contrast, are either not installing Wi-Fi or are removing it because of health concerns. I certainly know which school I would want my children to attend. It is a no brainer. I expect these private schools are also teaching their students to think independently, to question authority, to believe in their own convictions and not be lead down the garden path. If public schools are teaching independent thinking, they are certainly not walking their talk.

Hear the hour-long interview and phone-in at this link:


*** Also see news report on CTV ***

Ontario school cuts Wi-Fi over safety concerns


Dr Magda Havas

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