Sure WiFi is safe for growing children, just not for growing seeds.

 I believe that a public health crisis is in the process of unfolding right before our very own eyes with 1 in 5 children now being diagnosed with a mental illness: CDC-1 in 5 children suffer from a mental disorder

We all want what is best for our children. As parents, we all want the best tools for learning, the best schools, the best teachers, and the best curriculum so that our children have a chance at a bright future in an extremely competitive world. There is no doubt about the need for technology. It is here to stay. It is because of it that you are reading this. But why does it all have to be wireless?  What about the health and safety concerns as they relate to our children? Could these emissions be harming our children? What is wrong with wires connected to computers? That is our contention: hard wire the devices in light of the recent L.A.U.S.D EXPERT TESTIMONY  and the recent  letter sent to the Fullerton School District Board of Trustees on 5-13-13 that all strongly suggest that WiFi is not safe for children in a room full of wireless transmitters (tablets).

We at the  submit to you that we must delay the roll out of these wireless classrooms as the health concerns continue to mount. There needs to be designated classrooms at each grade level that have the technology hard wired for parents that choose NOT to subject their children to these emissions coming from the routers and the devices. The convenience is simply not worth the risk to our children.  Are you willing to take that chance? I believe we simply cannot afford to especially when it is totally unnecessary.  We have fiber optic connectivity right to the classroom walls. Why does it have to stop there?   

Our good friends over at shared the following  link to a story of a remarkable  group of 9th graders in Denmark, with no formal medical training, who with about 5 bucks produced a priceless experiment:

Experiments with Cress [and Wi-Fi] in 9th Grade attracts international attention [Denmark] 16th May 2013

Parents, look for yourselves and get a load of what two WiFi routers do to a bunch of poor little innocent seeds that were simply sitting too close to a pair of friendly WiFi routers. Poor things-they were just trying to grow up and make it in life.  What is all of this 21st Century learning nonsense gonna do to all of yours?   So which children will be getting the best seat in the house closest to the Cisco Aironet enterprise class WiFi routers in Fullerton’s new wireless classrooms that stay on all day long and have perfect attendance 180 days a year?  Hey gang, I am just the messenger and yes this experiment was peer reviewed- by the whole 9th grade class.



  1. #1 by Veritas on May 19, 2013 - 9:05 am

    clear, beautiful illustration, Joe

    • #2 by Joe Imbriano on May 19, 2013 - 12:14 pm

      Thank those 9th grade students and thank the administrators of the school system in Denmark where the children’s safety is determined objectively. Is that the case in the F.S.D?

      • #3 by Veritas on May 19, 2013 - 4:48 pm

        What behavior is FSD displaying? They look the other way and close their ears and eyes to anything that conflicts with their agenda. What does this behavior say to our children? When you come across information and data that is contrary or NEW to what you think you know, IGNORE IT! Is FSD capable of critical thinking? Apparently, they don’t appreciate critical thinking as they will not even look at the research. I would not want my children emulating the behavior of these elected officials. Is FSD educating our children to be robots?

  2. #4 by tin foil hat on May 19, 2013 - 10:11 am

    This project by these kids is junk science. These kids don’t have a laboratory, degrees, or weird letters after their last names. Only the technology manufacturers, school district officials and the medical establishment hacks do. Shut up and go back to your seat next to the routers with your tin foil hat Joe.

  3. #5 by Ray on May 19, 2013 - 2:06 pm

    It’s because of amazing kids like this that we need to make a stand. What a beautiful and elegant research project.

    I hope their school gets the message.

    • #6 by Joe Imbriano on May 19, 2013 - 2:59 pm

      Ray, I completely agree. It is our goal and our plan to make sure that all school districts get the message. We owe it to the kids. They are our future.

  4. #7 by Veritas on May 19, 2013 - 8:13 pm

    Beverly, Hilda,Chris, Janny, and Lynn,

    How do you sleep at night? You are ignoring all this research that WiFi is harmful in schools. Do you have a conscience?

  5. #8 by acacia parent on May 20, 2013 - 3:07 pm

    Mr. Imbriano, you are making a compelling argument now seem irrefutable. The other eye is now open.

  6. #9 by Amateur on May 20, 2013 - 9:20 pm

    Very, very impressive.

  7. #10 by R.D. on May 22, 2013 - 9:45 am

    Hello, first post here. You may know me from the FFFF blog. Anyway, I support this blog 100%. The issues brought here are very important, and children need to be protected.

    • #11 by Joe Imbriano on May 22, 2013 - 12:23 pm

      RD welcome aboard.

    • #12 by the past on May 22, 2013 - 5:43 pm

      R.D. the stand up at the council meetings that tells it like it is-even when it is not popular-glad you are watching this issue-it is a big deal-people are afraid to stand up for the kids-

  8. #13 by legalremedy? on May 23, 2013 - 9:21 am

    Perhaps a court could issue a Preventive Injunction against FSD, preventing them from installing this wifi technology until such time that it is determined safe:

    Preventive Injunctions
    An injunction directing an individual to refrain from doing an act is preventive, prohibitive, prohibitory, or negative. This type of injunction prevents a threatened injury, preserves the status quo, or restrains the continued commission of an ongoing wrong.

  9. #14 by R.D. on May 23, 2013 - 12:33 pm

    When it comes to children, safety should be priority one. Waiting for thousands of children to be damaged, before taking action is criminal.

    • #15 by Joe Imbriano on May 23, 2013 - 12:48 pm

      According to the FSD, their experts have determined that the emissions are legal in the classrooms. I do not doubt that they are legal in spite of the fact that I have been notified in writing they will not give me permission to film and record EMF measurements in my children’s classrooms. The contention of many outside experts in the field is that the EMF levels far below the FCC guidelines are not safe. There are ample links on this blog to expert testimony and scientific studies that support that position. That is my sincerely held belief as well. While what the FSD is doing is probably perfectly legal in terms of the FCC guidelines, I still believe that it doesn’t equate to what they are doing being truly safe for the children or being right. I personally don’t feel like waiting 10 years for the potential damage to show up. I believe that there is ample scientific evidence that low EMF levels, such as classroom exposure levels, that has shown potential risks and harmful effects to children. Apparently they (the FSD) are willing to take that chance, and as one Orange County Superintendent stated after being presented with the information on this blog, “we support WiFi”.

      • #16 by Anonymous on May 23, 2013 - 2:10 pm

        Let me get this straight, they won’t give you permission to go in and take measurements and they expect you to believe what they are telling you?

        • #17 by Anonymous on May 23, 2013 - 2:26 pm

          Why are your kids even at that school?

          • #18 by Anonymous on May 23, 2013 - 7:26 pm

            They are there for the same reason everyone else’s are: to get an education and for it to be given in a safe manner.

            The compelling arguments set forth here on this web site are no joke. This is a very serious matter for all parents. My daughter will be in 5th grade next year at Acacia and I will be watching this very closely. This does not bode well for the children. Why can’t they use wiring? Didn’t they say at the tech night assembly that fiber optics are at Acacia? I don’t understand. Why are they using Ipads instead of laptops?

  10. #19 by Ray on May 23, 2013 - 3:36 pm

    I’d like to point something out about WiFi emissions. The FCC sets “safety guidelines” for WiFi at 10,000,000 (10 million units. There are many adverse biological effects and health effects reported at much lower levels.

    Here is the thing though- those “lower” levels are not low. It took me awhile to get this. WiFi laptops, for instance, they emit around 50,000 units. That may seem “low” as compared to 10 million, but the more appropriate thing to compare to is background.

    Comparing to background brings up another question, because ambient levels in our cities have gone up by thousands of times just in the last decade.

    So it’s more appropriate to compare to natural levels such as they would have been 30 years ago, and which our parents, grandparents, and all other ancestors going back throughout time would have been exposed to.

    As you can imagine, WiFi emits levels that are not “low” as compared to natural background. In fact the levels are millions of times higher. Yes, kids are being submitted to a technology that emits microwave radiation at levels that are millions of times higher than natural.

    That’s why the plants died, and that’s why these kids are in such grave danger.

  11. #20 by Anonymous on May 24, 2013 - 7:01 am

    I wanted to thank you for the information you passed out last night at Acacia’s open house. We live in Brea and came with a coworker to check out the school. My kids attend school in the Brea district. This information is very concerning to me as a mother and Brea is working on the very same thing right now. They have been unsuccessful in getting the votes for public funding. Are you involved at all in stopping this outside of Fullerton at all?

    • #21 by Joe Imbriano on June 5, 2013 - 12:15 am

      Thank you for your post. Yes, we are expanding our information dissemination and attempts to stop the wireless classrooms’ expansion well beyond Fullerton’s borders. I can tell you that school districts all over the US and Canada are looking at this website. I presented this information to the Brea school board last night. It would be a good idea to ask your board members what their position is as it relates to this issue.

  12. #22 by Joe Imbriano on May 24, 2013 - 8:51 am

    Anonymous :

    They are there for the same reason everyone else’s are: to get an education and for it to be given in a safe manner.

    The compelling arguments set forth here on this web site are no joke. This is a very serious matter for all parents. My daughter will be in 5th grade next year at Acacia and I will be watching this very closely. This does not bode well for the children. Why can’t they use wiring? Didn’t they say at the tech night assembly that fiber optics are at Acacia? I don’t understand. Why are they using Ipads instead of laptops?

    I couldn’t have said it any better myself. As far as why they are going wireless, only for convenience and not for safety because many experts clearly believe that it IS NOT SAFE.

  13. #23 by Joe Imbriano on May 24, 2013 - 3:00 pm

    Anonymous :

    They are there for the same reason everyone else’s are: to get an education and for it to be given in a safe manner.

    The compelling arguments set forth here on this web site are no joke. This is a very serious matter for all parents. My daughter will be in 5th grade next year at Acacia and I will be watching this very closely. This does not bode well for the children. Why can’t they use wiring? Didn’t they say at the tech night assembly that fiber optics are at Acacia? I don’t understand. Why are they using Ipads instead of laptops?

    I couldn’t have said it better myself. You know I can put my kids anywhere I want for their education. There are those, however, that for a variety of reasons, that simply cannot. Besides my tax dollars are funding that school. This is not about just me and my own but rather this is about all of the children because ultimately this is going to hit home for everyone’s kids.

    • #24 by Anonymous on May 24, 2013 - 5:12 pm

      Why are they going with the wireless option if there is so much info out there that says that it is dangerous?

      • #25 by Joe Imbriano on May 24, 2013 - 6:29 pm

        You need to ask the F.S.D. administration the ten million dollar question.

  14. #26 by Joe Imbriano on May 24, 2013 - 6:21 pm

    There are children’s seats within 8-9 feet of some of those high powered routers in the F.S.D classrooms. They are even in the kindergarden classrooms. Go look for yourselves. Legal emissions or not, many experts agree that those levels are not safe.

    Ironically the school office at Acacia doesn’t appear to have a router. I believe that their computers are hardwired. I would like to see Karen Whisnant sit within 5 feet of one of those Cisco aironets for 6 hours a day for 180 days a year for the rest of her career with the F.S.D. as well as all the rest of the administrators and see how long they will be able to take it. The kids don’t know what they are feeling just like they will eat just about anything you feed them. They do not have the keen discerning senses with regard to their environment and their well being as they are still children. Their parents want what will help them get ahead in life. The mastery of technology can be accomplished with wired devices and connections. We have immersed our children way too quickly in this wireless stuff.

    I too want what will help the kids thrive and survive in an ever-increasingly competitive world. I also want them to have a shot at full and healthy life. The medical industry doesn’t need a broader client base. They are already way beyond their capacity.

    I have purposely sat in front of a much lower powered router for 8 hours for one day and it is amazing- YOU CAN FEEL THE EFFECTS IN YOUR HEAD-DISORIENTATION, DIFFICULTY CONCENTRATING, IRRITABILITY, HEART RATE CHANGES, AND GENERAL MALAISE. It took several hours to wear off and I am a healthy grown adult. I would not do it again. Yet our kids will be forced to at school and now at home with the tablets and the BYOD program. They will never get a break from these emissions. I believe we are on the verge of an unprecedented public health disaster if we do not change course.

  15. #27 by mom1 on May 25, 2013 - 6:40 am

    I’m a mom and have no science background to speak of. After reading one letter, the one from Dr. Martha Herbert with credentials from Harvard Medical School, board certified in Neurology with Special Competency in Child Neurology, and Subspecialty Certification in Neurodevelopmental Disorders, I was convinced that wireless technology does not belong in my child’s school. As I continued to look at the on-line information, I found many more letters saying the same thing, “opt for wired technologies.”
    Parents, please read some of the letters from researchers, scientists and MDs:
    Know that you stand on the solid ground of their research and ask your school principals, school boards, and superintendent this question:
    “Why are you implementing wifi technology in our children’s school when so many scientists and researchers are saying it is harmful?”
    These are our children, let’s get involved.

    • #28 by mom1 on May 25, 2013 - 6:48 am

      One more thing, I have sat down with my child’s principal and tech educator to present this information. That was a few weeks ago, and they have not responded. There is more than one problem here, it is silence and ignoring health and safety issues by the school.

      I am not giving up on this and neither should any of you.

      • #29 by mom,also on May 25, 2013 - 10:24 am

        The “no reaction” from the school is suspicious and disturbing.

  16. #30 by quote on May 26, 2013 - 9:04 pm

    from: Jeremiah M. Eckhaus, MD, ABHM Adjunct Assistant Professor Community and Family Medicine Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth Medical Director, Montpelier Integrative Family Health

    “Since DNA damage occurs within just a few hours of exposure to WiFi radiation, even more significant damage to reproductive health is predictable for those who use these devices for longer periods of time and over many years, particularly for children whose bodies are still developing.
    A 2012 study published in The Journal of Pediatric Urology reported pathological changes indicative of DNA damage within the reproductive system resulting from exposure to WiFi- emitted radiation. The authors state:
    “These findings raise questions about the safety of radiofrequency exposure from Wi-Fi Internet access devices for growing organisms of reproductive age, with a potential effect on both fertility and the integrity of germ cells.”
    These studies are but a very few of many peer-reviewed papers -–demonstrating that RF/MW radiation is genotoxic, meaning that it causes damage to DNA and other genetic material.
    As you are likely aware, DNA is our “instruction manual” found in all of our cells. If DNA becomes damaged, and is not repaired, cells may get the wrong instructions and start to multiply out of control, leading to cancer.
    DNA damage happens all the time during daily life, with single-strand breaks that can usually be repaired by the body. Double-strand DNA breaks cause the death of the cell, which is especially consequential to brain health, as brain cells do not reproduce as frequently as do other cells. However, single-strand breaks may be more harmful to the organism as a whole, because they produce permanent genetic mutations. Both single- and double-strand DNA breakage from RF/MW exposure is reported within the scientific literature.”

  17. #31 by quote on May 26, 2013 - 9:07 pm

    • #32 by Joe Imbriano on May 27, 2013 - 4:06 pm

      Thank you for your post. The information is in plain view for all to see. I suggest that the FSD administration open their eyes or perhaps we need to invite the Assistance League to show up with their eye charts at the next board meeting.

  18. #33 by news! on May 27, 2013 - 6:46 pm

    This is news from Canada:

    Winlaw parents have successfully lobbied the school district to have Wi-Fi turned off in their local elementary school.

  19. #34 by Jamie on May 28, 2013 - 10:53 am

    When you send your child off to school in the morning, you don’t want one hair on their head harmed. FSD must think they are our rulers, making unhealthy decisions for our children as they are. They should be subjected to these wifi routers, 6-7 hrs a day for 180 days of school for 12 years. FSD can try it first, they can experiment on themselves.

  20. #35 by Jamie on May 28, 2013 - 10:59 am

    Just one more thing, FSD superintendent, board members, principals, teachers: you are so unworthy of the responsibility you have for our children. So far, not one of you has the courage to break rank and do what’s right.

    • #36 by thisiseasy on May 29, 2013 - 7:05 am

      You don’t have to have a child in FSD to advocate for the children. We are all constituents of this publicly elected school board, we can all advocate.

      There’s an easy way to communicate with Fullerton School District on this matter, click on the tab at the top labeled “What you can do”.

  21. #37 by Joe Imbriano on May 28, 2013 - 11:47 am

    Look at this article:

    Is it genetics or wireless exposure? In my opinion it is blatantly obvious.

    • #38 by Joe Imbriano on May 29, 2013 - 5:55 pm

      “One thing nearly everyone in the field agrees on: genetic predisposition. Identical twins share the disorder 9 times out of 10.” according to the article-

      I believe that the identical twins all shared the same low iron levels in the womb and the same microwave EMF exposures in the womb as well.

  22. #39 by parent on May 29, 2013 - 2:52 pm

    Beverly, Hilda,Chris, Janny, Lynn, and Robert AND Marilyn, Andy, Robert, Barbara, Robert,George and Andrew:

    Look at posting #32, before you move forward on putting WiFi in any FSD and FJUHSD schools with our children, I want you to sit in a room with a wifi router, 35 operating iPads at legal emission levels, 6 hrs/day for 180 days/year for 12 years.

    At the end of that time, you tell us how that worked out for you.

    Since you think it is OK to experiment on our kids, we must insist that you be experimented on FIRST.

  23. #40 by Ray on May 29, 2013 - 5:51 pm

    I’ve been a community health advocate for several years now, and have seen several instances of wireless radiation toxification. It’s an extremely sad thing and I wouldn’t wish it upon anyone.

    Sure it’s anecdotal, but when you see children who grew up with a WiFi router under their bed, and despite good nutrition, excellent genetics, and many other factors lined up have serious developmental issues, it leaves a mark on you.

    Then you see it again in another home, and another, etc. You meet kids who have blood coming out of their noses and whose hair falls out when they are exposed to wireless radiation, and who are fine when they aren’t exposed.

    The problem here is that these school board members and other administrators don’t have the personal strength to break ranks.

    School board members, your actions have far reaching consequences. You are responsible not just for your kids in your schools, but for kids in all other schools as well. You are making it harder for parents in other parts of the country to protect their children.

    Take a stand. You won’t impede technology, you won’t prevent these kids from having the tools they need. It is entirely possible to give these kids the technological tools they need, and to do it in a safer way.

    • #41 by Chicago on May 29, 2013 - 7:17 pm

      The Fullerton School District has a golden opportunity to opt for wired technology in their schools. By doing so, they would be putting the children first, which would let the parents and the community know that they can be trusted to make the responsible decision.
      Please do the right thing and stand up for a healthy classroom environment for the children.

      • #42 by Joe Imbriano on May 29, 2013 - 9:29 pm

        So does the F.J.U.H.S.D. I asked them again last evening at the Board of Trustees meeting. We shall see what they decide to do with the facts that can no longer be ignored.

    • #43 by Joe Imbriano on May 29, 2013 - 9:31 pm

      Very well stated Ray. WiFi emissions affect blood viscosity and its coagulant properties. Nosebleeds are common tell tale indicators of excessive microwave EMF exposure. As awareness of the impacts of these emissions grows, public opinion will sway.

      Ladies and gentleman, if you are crossing your fingers and hoping that these levels of emissions both at home and in the classrooms won’t affect your children and that they will skate by unaffected, you are deceiving yourselves. It will take many years for the effects to show up possibly in their children or latent effects down the road on them that will be conveniently blamed on something else. This is the first generation in human history to be subjected to 24/7 WiFi microwave bombardment in the classroom, the bedroom and even the workplace someday. I have already hypothesized the role that these emissions play in Autism:

      You are banking your entire lineage on the parroted safety claims of school administrators rooted in 30 year old antiquated and woefully inadequate FCC emission standards. These standards were based on thermal effects on inanimate objects set by an agency that doesn’t have a single solitary medical doctor on its payroll. The FCC is not a health care agency. The non thermal effects at power levels far below the FCC guidelines are damaging. The school district administrators at the local level even up to the County level, at this point so far, refuse to engage us and address these concerns. The school boards are silent as well. Ignoring this issue will not make it go away.

      I believe that all of these school district administrators will have long since been retired by the time the damage done to your children will be evident. These administrators have fully developed bodies and brains and don’t have these routers and 35 WiFi enabled devices emitting all day long in their offices either. Your kids do get no reprieve even at home because the tablets that the school is forcing the kids to use requires WiFi at home as well. These things don’t have ethernet plugs for hard wiring them.

  24. #44 by Anonymous on May 29, 2013 - 11:01 pm

    I do not understand why the school board people won’t even address the information that has been presented. What is their problem? Are they lazy, afraid or just plain stupid? I am single mom with no scientific background and this information disturbs me greatly. My child’s school doesn’t have this yet. Do you think they are using routers even though the ipads are not being used?

    • #45 by Joe Imbriano on May 30, 2013 - 9:11 am

      Those questions are what you need to be asking your principal and the FSD board members-look at the tab above-“what you can do” for contact info. Thank you for your post. Feel free to contact me as well under the contact link.

  25. #46 by Ray on May 30, 2013 - 7:54 am

    iPads only work with WiFi.

    This can be changed in a heartbeat.

    If Apple can come up with such a powerful, elegant, and addictive device, they can easily install an ethernet port.

    All it takes is a school district taking a stand.

    This will need to start with the parents.

    • #47 by Anonymous on May 30, 2013 - 12:06 pm

      It is amazing that none of this information is ever discussed by the media.

    • #48 by thisiseasy on May 30, 2013 - 12:27 pm

      I agree, Ray. These are huge corporations with huge R & D budgets; they already know about EMF harms and have developed a work around.
      EMF harms are not new information to Apple Corp.

    • #49 by Anonymous on May 30, 2013 - 3:07 pm

      I went to my daughter’s principal and she told me that the WiFi is safe. She didn’t get back to me when I later asked her for what she based her findings on. This has me concerned.

  26. #50 by T.T. on May 31, 2013 - 11:41 am

    Our principal told us that if there were any credible evidence that WiFi was harmful, she would carefully evaluate it.

    We sent her a 15 page letter with studies showing damage to DNA, cancer, and other effects. It also included testimony from medical and scientific experts.

    Then she wouldn’t respond.

    Who do these people think they are?

    • #51 by Anonymous on May 31, 2013 - 11:51 am

      They are not who I thought they were or who we have been led to believe that they are. I believe that they are complete cowards who care more about their jobs than the children. In my children’s school out here in the San Fernando Valley, they will not even return my emails. I brought this up to my son’s teacher and principal and they both have not responded to no less than three of my emails over the last month.

      It is time for us parents to stop being fools and worshiping these administrators and hold them accountable for their actions and ignoring the harms way that they are putting the children in.

    • #52 by sayitlikeitis on May 31, 2013 - 12:19 pm

      They are people with responsibility for our children that think they don’t need to respond. They think we will go away, but that’s just not going to happen.

  27. #53 by Anonymous on June 6, 2013 - 5:48 pm

    I would like to know if this experiment was replicated here in the US?

  28. #54 by Anonymous on June 6, 2013 - 7:13 pm

    Today at Fisler, there was a gentleman passing this information out. I want to make sure that he understands that he is appreciated. I have been concerned about this very issue for some time. It just hasn’t made sense until now. I am debating which course of action to take.

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