by Katherine | 15 Dec, 2014 | Events, Latest News, Users Feedback
Earlier in the year Joey Moncarz, then a teacher at the local school, organised a presentation evening at Waiuku where we both spoke about the hazards of Wi-Fi in schools.
This time Joey has an evening planned for this week on Wednesday night at the Onehunga Community Centre. Both Joey and Paul Waddell will be talking about Electro-Pollution and particularly the hazards of Microwave Radiation in all of the forms that we are exposed to. It is short notice but hopefully either you or someone you know can make it along.
Wednesday 17th December at 6.30 pm
Onehunga Community Center
83 Church Street, Onehunga
by Katherine | 26 Aug, 2014 | Events, Latest News, Uncategorized, Users Feedback
Expert environmental lawyer Sue Grey’s presentation on wi-fi in schools is now online.
You can see her presentation at this link:
Thank you to Sue Grey and to everyone who helped with recording and editing her presentation so it could be made available online to people who could not attend the presentation.
by Katherine | 27 Feb, 2013 | Latest News, Science, Uncategorized
Martha R Herbert, PhD, MD, a pediatric neurologist and neuroscientist on the faculty of Harvard Medical School has warned that W-Fi should not be used in schools due to concerns that exposure to the pulsed microwave radiation used in Wi-Fi may have adverse effects on children’s ability to learn and potentially damage their health.
In a letter to the Los Angeles Unified School District, Dr Herbert stated:
“EMF/RFR from Wi-Fi and cell towers can exert a disorganizing effect on the ability to learn and remember, and can also be destabilizing to immune and metabolic function. This will make it harder for some children to learn, particularly those who are already having problems in the first place.”
Dr Herbert has also written a 60 page paper about how exposure to electromagnetic radiation may affect children’s development, supported by more than over 550 references to the scientific literature.
Dr Herbert’s letter to the Los Angeles Unified School District may be viewed at the following link, and her paper may be downloaded from the following link: