You all have 29 minutes to spare for the kids? It is high time to get ya’ll off of the milk and onto some solid food.

Wireless Classrooms: Are they safe? part 2

  1. #1 by Veritas on July 10, 2013 - 1:22 pm

    Joe, I don’t know if they are ready to be weaned.

  2. #2 by jgarrison on July 10, 2013 - 5:06 pm

    What can you say about Pletka & Co, that won’t even look at this information?
    They must think that without wireless radiation in the classrooms they will have no job. Are they choosing their incomes over the health of the children?

  3. #3 by Ray on July 11, 2013 - 3:31 am

    This group of school board members and other administration have been given substantial scientific evidence – including peer reviewed research, reports, letters from the highest experts in the field, and they have chosen to ignore the information.

    It is clear that health and safety is not their highest priority. They are burying their heads in the sand hoping this will go away. They are thus failing the community over the most serious and criticial of issues, the health and safety of children.

    School board members, Pletka, and other officials-
    You do not need to be a medical or scientific expert in RF radiation to disseminate this information.

    The proper way to handle this is to put the evidence in front of you. Print out the studies from, and lay them on the table. Then ask yourself, if all those studies have reported adverse biological and health effects, how could it possibly be safe?

    The answer that many of us have come to, quite reasonably, is that until all of those studies are proven false, RF radiation is unsafe, and does not belong in our schools.

    That is your responsibility as elected officials and public servants who have been entrusted with ensuring a safe school environment for the children and staff of the community.

    • #4 by Joe Imbriano on July 11, 2013 - 8:38 am

      We also cannot forget the folks over at the Orange County Department of Education who have completely ignored me, this issue as we have presented it and what we believe to be the facts contained herein that this technology poses a clear and present danger to the staff and students.

      What is this North Korea?

    • #5 by acacia parent on July 11, 2013 - 10:20 am

      We must not forget about the Acacia PTA and The Acacia Foundation that has and continues to ignore the thousands of fliers and mass emails that Mr. Imbriano and his group has disseminated and in the face of this information, continues to direct donated and fundraising monies into the expansion of classroom wireless programs without publicly addressing these health concerns. This is all very disturbing.

  4. #9 by wake up!! on July 26, 2013 - 5:43 pm

    “What Independent (NonIndustry Funded) Science Shows. Biological effects from the radiation emitted by cell phones, routers, portable phones, iPads, and wireless baby monitors are well documented. Decades of research, including research funded by the telecom industry itself, shows indisputable physical, mental and emotional risks, while government turns a blind eye, in effect protecting the industry, and its own economic interests, instead of public health.”

  5. #10 by Wake up!! on July 26, 2013 - 7:15 pm

    PTA, school board members, Foundation members, for the health and safety of our children please watch:

  6. #11 by Wake up!! on July 26, 2013 - 7:28 pm

    Pay attention PTA, school board members & foundation. Do you really want to start making our kids sick when they go to school?

    Children speak out on WiFi symptoms:

  7. #12 by What they are doing in France on July 26, 2013 - 7:39 pm

    The French government has announced that it is introducing legislation to ban advertising of mobile phones to children under 14. The French Senate is also pressing for a ban on the use of mobile phones in primary and middle schools.

    Over the Christmas period 2008/9, the French city of Lyon ran an advertising campaign to dissuade parents from buying mobile phones for their children:

    Read about what scientists are saying…

    Read about the dangers of mobile phones…

    French national libraries (BNF) has imposed a moratorium on wi-fi networks in French libraries following a moratorium in Paris libraries after staff reported ill effects.

    A town in France (Hérouville-Saint-Clair) is removing wi-fi networks from all its schools before the end of the 2009. “We are going to apply the precautionary principle. Our job is to protect people’s health,” declared the mayor Rodolphe Thomas in April 2009. The council is also launching a campaign to inform the public about precautions for protection from radiation

    • #13 by speed racer on July 26, 2013 - 9:54 pm

      Step on the gas Pletka, they are tailing us.

  8. #14 by letter to the editor on July 26, 2013 - 7:51 pm

    This is from a Canadian newspaper, dated January 6, 2011:


    Run, don’t walk, to the library and read “Disconnect” by science researcher Devra Davis.

    I read this after following articles in your paper about wireless being installed in schools. It is a collection of studies that have been suppressed by the huge electronic companies that definitely and absolutely show DNA damage with the use of cellphones, portable phones and baby monitors. Brains tumours have tripled in some countries in the under-20 age group. Learning behaviour and memory are affected. There is an unspoken rule in most countries that microwave towers must be kept far from schools and bedroom windows. As for what these radio frequency waves do to adults, just read this book. Who knew that Lloyds of London who insures dancers legs, will not insure companies who produce microwave products from future medical claims.

    Again we are seeing that scientists who conduct studies for big companies, on their dollar, are a menace to society.

    Like France, get rid of WiFi in schools and install landlines.

    Gloria Thompson,
    Wasaga Beach.

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