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I read an article a few weeks ago saying that Wi-Fi is very bad for our health. The following article presents more evidence.

So… plants won’t grow in proximity to Wi-Fi. I wonder if there’s a way to use Wi-Fi signals to curtail all the weeds that grow on our property…

It sounds like most of our electronics are dangerous to the human body; microwaves, cell towers, cell phones, Wi-Fi, MRIs, X-rays, security body scanners, television, computers…

American citizens are currently fighting in courts the presence of cancer-causing cell phone towers that continue to crop up like weeds on the American landscape because they’ve caused massive, lethal brain tumours in some people. More bars equals more tumours.

That suits the allopathic medical field and the powers-that-were perfectly since it fits in so well with their eugenics agenda while lining their pockets when we enter their disease promotion programs. (their so-called “Health Care” system)

People complain about the looks of the cellular masts so they disguise them as palm trees and pine trees in our neck of the woods, when what people really need to be concerned about is the negative health effects. If they only knew…

But cheer up! Soon we’ll each have our own PCDs (personal communication devices—think “Beam me up, Scotty”) and won’t have to worry about this dangerous technology any longer. We’ll be able to contact anyone, any time, anywhere on the planet instantaneously—and for FREE!

That’s just some of the technology to be released in the coming days. It’s ready and waiting for us—no Beta required.

To think that much of the intriguing “futuristic” technologies seen on Star Trek weren’t futuristic at all is mind-boggling; they were based on what the Galactics currently used way back when.

Yes, exciting times ahead for we Earthlings! We’re going to take a quantum leap in a very short span of time—as far as time exists, anyway. What I want to know is, will I be able to have a holodeck in my house? Make it so, Number One!

 

Five ninth-grade young women from Denmark recently created a science experiment that is causing a stir in the scientific community. They found that when garden cress seeds are placed near Wi-Fi, they simply will not grow.

Wi-Fi connects electronic devices to wireless computer networks (wireless LAN) using electromagnetic radiation. They’re installed in homes, schools, offices, stores, hotels, coffee shops, airports, libraries, hospitals, public buildings and even entire sections of cities. Wi-Fi signals are, unlike TV and radio signals, strong enough to penetrate concrete walls. Many health experts consider Wi-Fi radiation to be extremely dangerous to long-term health.

Based on the existing science, many public health experts believe it is possible we will face an epidemic of cancers in the future resulting from uncontrolled use of cell phones and increased population exposure to WiFi and other wireless devices. Thus it is important that all of us, and especially children, restrict our use of cell phones, limit exposure to background levels of Wi-Fi, and that government and industry discover ways in which to allow use of wireless devices without such elevated risk of serious disease. We need to educate decision-makers that ‘business as usual’ is unacceptable. The importance of this public health issue can not be underestimated,” said Dr. David Carpenter, Dean at the School of Public Health, State University of New York.

Since Wi-Fi is so recent, no studies have yet been done on the long-term health effects of Wi-Fi. However, thousands of studies have been done on the health effects of mobile phones and mobile phone masts. These studies have found that mobile phone radiation can cause cancer!

The Experiment

It started with an observation and a question. The girls noticed that if they slept with their mobile phones near their heads at night, they often had difficulty concentrating at school the next day. They wanted to test the effect of a cellphone’s radiation on humans, but their school, Hjallerup School in Denmark, did not have the equipment to handle such an experiment. So the girls designed an experiment that would test the effect of cellphone radiation on a plant instead.

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