Unlike ionizing radiation, microwaves cause molecules with electric dipoles (like water) to rotate in response to the field oscillation. The friction that this generates with the other molecules creates heat.  DNA is an electrically charged molecule, so microwaving it will shake it up. If it gets damaged by the shaking, then you’ve mutated it.  Structural isomerism is another result of microwave exposure and has deleterious effects in living systems.

There is also evidence that acentric fragmentation takes place via a non thermal mechanism which is known to produce deleterious effects in living systems as well.

Will the district look into the evidence supporting that the risks of RF technology are real? Will they allow themselves to become cognizant of the fact that there is a complete absence of research and long term studies on the safety of this technology’s proposed applications in the classroom setting? There is a total vacuum of empirical evidence in the scientific literature regarding the SAFETY of wireless classrooms and a virtual non-existence of studies replicating the proposed classroom setting’s duration of exposure to the developing young children and the intensity of the non-ionizing microwave emissions coming from these wireless devices that the children are being exposed to. There is, however, a plethora of studies that suggest exposure well below the FCC guidelines has deleterious affects.

Will the administration and trustees weigh in on whether or not the potential dangers to human health eclipse the convenience or will the expansion of the district’s wireless classrooms simply continue unabated? We will keep you posted as soon as we hear from them.

We at The Fullerton Informer will now move to agendize this topic at a subsequent board meeting so as to to enter the debate into the public record.

We welcome any comment from the district’s personnel or it’s Board of Trustees in the comments section of this blog to have a public discourse on this topic. May I respectfully remind everyone that the Fullerton School District and its employees have a duty and a responsibility to provide a SAFE learning environment, a SAFE working environment and, at the end of the day, they ultimately all work for US which includes the children, their parents and all the taxpayers. We all have a stake in this and we owe it to the children and the future generations for all of us to do our due diligence. None of us can afford to walk around with eyes wide shut on something that is simply glaring us in the face.

  1. #1 by Anonymous on March 13, 2013 - 12:13 pm

    Joe the view from the road less traveled is a real eye opener-you go Joe

    • #2 by Joe Imbriano on March 13, 2013 - 12:24 pm

      Thank you-get the word out.

  2. #3 by Anonymous on March 13, 2013 - 9:03 pm

    What did they say to you? Are they going to look into this?

    • #4 by Joe Imbriano on March 14, 2013 - 12:05 pm

      There have been no attempts to contact me thus far and as a matter of fact prior to the board meeting several of the Fullerton School District’s key personnel with direct involvement in this technology’s implementation have stopped responding to my emails on this issue. Will they look into this? Time will tell.

  3. #5 by shane smith on March 14, 2013 - 10:20 am

    I appreciate the information shared on this site….we obviously need to have more research into the effects of long-term exposure to these signals inside the classroom. I am concerned that exposure to these signals for over 6 hours per day, five days a week, can be harmful to our kids. Is it really worth the risk? I think NOT!

    • #6 by Joe Imbriano on March 14, 2013 - 12:07 pm

      I agree Shane and thank you for your post. If you wish to not subject your child or children to this experiment simply file a notice of non-consent-link under the post “just say no” http://thefullertoninformer.com/just-say-no/ on this site and file it with the principal of your school.

  4. #7 by Anonymous on March 17, 2013 - 1:11 pm

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    • #9 by Joe Imbriano on March 19, 2013 - 8:12 am

      The experts are beholden to who finance them, namely the tech industry. Most research is slickly and intentionally flawed and biased by design. It reminds me of when I was in college when it was easier for some students to cheat by already having the answers to the lab questions. They would simply work backwards to make it look like they did the work.

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  8. #12 by Monica on March 28, 2013 - 2:37 pm

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