Monthly Archives: March 2011

Letter to the Editor Re: Final Wi-Fi Argumentes Heard: The Next Steps (unpublished)

Editor, Victoria News Dear Editor :                                                         Re: Final WiFi Arguments Heard: The Next Steps On March 4, 2011, Saanich News reported that no timeline has been set for the  Wi-Fi  Committee to report, according to School Board Chairman Tom Ferris. This … Continue reading

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Saanichnews.com shares readers thoughts on a parents right to decide child’s level of risk

Saanich News, Wednesday, March 16, 2011 Re: School District 61 board hears final Wi-Fi arguments (News) (The full article can be found here.) What happened to the rights of parents to decide what level of risk is acceptable for their … Continue reading

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“Boeing says WiFi affecting cockpit display”

Published: March. 10, 2011 at 5:21 PM SEATTLE, March 10 (UPI) — In-flight WiFi and cellphone services being offered by a growing number of airlines can interfere with flight-critical electronics, Boeing says. The manufacturer says that while testing in-flight WiFi … Continue reading

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The Green Muze blogs on “Smart Meter Health Risks”

WEDNESDAY, 23 FEBRUARY 2011 CHRIS ANDERSON iStockphotos. Electromagnetic radiation (EMR), such as measured from smart meters, has been associated in many scientific studies with negative health effects. Yet, BC Hydro (a Canada based electrical utility), has decided to install aWIMAX (Worldwide … Continue reading

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Greater Victoria School District (3rd) Wi-Fi Committee Meeting – February 28, 2011

During the Wi-Fi committee proceedings there was what appeared to be evidence of bias by the chair, with some of these comments evident in this 3rd meetings recording; potential conflicts of interest and what seemed to be libelous submissions as … Continue reading

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Electromagnetic Hypersensitive Student Faced with Choice – Education or Health?

Jordan Weiss, a Greater Victoria School District student presents to the Wi-Fi Committee February 28, 2011. Following Jordan’s presentation he was asked about his EHS diagnosis by an administrator on the Wi-Fi Committee. Jordan explained that he’d been to an … Continue reading

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“Can Wi-Fi harm kids?” Rob Wipond responds to Lorne Trottier in Focus Magazine comments

Can Wi-Fi harm kids? by Rob Wipond, March 2011 Hearings on Wi-Fi in classrooms discover large differences in the level of trust of information about health impacts. It’s not often CBC radio host Gregor Craigie’s soothing voice puts someone on … Continue reading

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