Monthly Archive:: September 2014

Schools in Illinois and around the country are using wireless Internet connections – and receiving billions in federal aid to expand Wi-Fi use – despite growing concern that exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) transmissions may be harmful to students and teachers. September 22, 2014 WILMETTE, Ill. – Warnings about the potential hazards of radiation from Wi-Fi in school classrooms are on the rise. But those who are concerned about the health effects of Radiofrequency Radiation – RFR, as it’s known – are finding it can be hard to make headway. Sheri Calarco, a parent in Wilmette, says her youngest son [&hellip

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In 1994, the US Air Force published a 32-page report titled: “Radiofrequency/Microwave Radiation Biological Effects and Safety Standards: A Review,” authored by Scott M. Bolen. The supervising agency was Rome Laboratory at Griffiss Air Force Base in New York. Read and download the complete 32-page report here: USAF Report 1994 Biological-Effects . To this day, many if not most governmental agencies and scientists in North America and abroad maintain the position that RF and microwave radiation are only damaging to the human body at power densities high enough to cause a heating effect (a so-called “thermal effect”), like a microwave oven. The position, while [&hellip

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