Category Archives: 21st Century Learning

World Health Organization classifies radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as a possibly carcinogenic to humans

The World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer – Press Release 208 IARC CLASSIFIES RADIOFREQUENCY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS AS POSSIBLY CARCINOGENIC TO HUMANS Lyon, France, May 31, 2011 ‐‐ The WHO/International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified radiofrequency electromagnetic … Continue reading

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Wi-Fi Quick Facts

What should we know about wireless technology? Whether we use a wired network connection or a wireless (Wi-fi) connection, both of these signal delivery systems achieve the same end product: Access to the Internet. It is a misconception that all … Continue reading

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Professor Olle Johannson’s submission to the Greater Victoria School District Wi-Fi Committee – Feb 11, 2011

Professor Olle Johansson- Submission of information – Feb 11, 2011

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Saanich School District takes a precautionary approach in their

Saanich School District takes a precautionary approach. While it doesn’t eliminate all risk, it is precedent setting and the strongest stand taken that whynotwired knows of in the Canadian Public School System. Although missing still from this precident setting IT plan … Continue reading

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Wi-Fi in Schools – FAQ

Click on the following link to read and share the informative “Wi-Fi in schools – FAQ” created by Citizens for Safe Technology – Victoria  WiFiInSchools-CST-FAQsheetApril25-2011 Feel free to print this document to share with your school, family and friends.

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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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