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Colonsay Wed 05-Dec-18 21:22:12

has anyone out there been brave enough to challenge the use of wireless technology in their child's primary school ?

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Pud2 Wed 05-Dec-18 21:28:08

Why?

Colonsay Wed 05-Dec-18 21:35:24

There is an increasing body of scientific evidence that emf radiation from wifi (as well as from mobile phones and many other sources) is a health risk and can affect the dna in human cells .Children are particularly at risk .France has banned the use of wifi in nurseries and of
mobile phones in schools i think

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LilQueenie Wed 05-Dec-18 21:41:18

If you are going to challenge it don't worry about the wifi its the 5G thats coming next that is even more harmful. Most public places have wifi though so its hard to avoid

Hersetta427 Wed 05-Dec-18 21:50:47

Do you have WiFi at home or have you got rid of that as you are so worried about the perceived danger?

donquixotedelamancha Wed 05-Dec-18 21:52:06

There is an increasing body of scientific evidence that emf radiation from wifi (as well as from mobile phones and many other sources) is a health risk and can affect the dna in human cells

No there isn't. There is 0 evidence because it's impossible. Radio waves are the wrong frequency by a huge margin.

YetAnotherUser Wed 05-Dec-18 21:54:12

There is an increasing body of scientific evidence that emf radiation from wifi (as well as from mobile phones and many other sources) is a health risk and can affect the dna in human cells

Do you have a link to some peer reviewed research on the topic?

donquixotedelamancha Wed 05-Dec-18 22:04:20

*Do you have a link to some peer reviewed research on the topic?"

Of course not. It's like suggesting cheese causes flu because they both have microbes in- it's just silly to anyone with a basic grasp of science.

Colonsay Wed 05-Dec-18 22:06:17

Overpowered by Martin Blank is a good place to start

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LuthersCoat Wed 05-Dec-18 22:10:29

How far away from your child are you situated when writing this post?

RafaIsTheKingOfClay Thu 06-Dec-18 07:20:46

Overpowered by Martin Blank is a good place to start

So that’s a no then.

Amaried Sat 08-Dec-18 19:04:37

Honestly your school will listen to you politely and write you off as a bit bonkers privately. Schools will by be getting rid of WiFi. So many of their resources now are E based, they couldn't afford to turn it off.
If you feel strongly I'd get it cut off at home first and start there

user789653241 Sat 08-Dec-18 19:55:02

Honestly, how can you get rid of it totally even if you wanted too? Everywhere you go, they have wifi these days, not just school.
And you are using internet as well. Double standard?

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