Category Archives: Media

Scientists & other experts speak out on EMF (audio archives)

Listen to these audio archives of a number of reknowned scientists and other experts interviewed  here on the effects of electromagnetic radiation exposure. These interviews provide a wealth of information.

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Austrian Insurance Study – Safety Levels Challenged 2009

Austrian Insurance Study- Safety Levels Challenged- 2009 AUVA REPORT: Nonthermal Effects Confirmed; Exposure Limits Challenged; Precaution Demanded.  Edition July 21, 2009  Austrian AUVA Insurance Company Presents Research Report and DVD on Health Risks from Cell Phone Radiation

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Letter to the Editor Re: Final Wi-Fi Argumentes Heard: The Next Steps (unpublished)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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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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“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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Smart Phones not so smart again – Will School District’s create privacy policies before snapping photos?

Recently whynotwired posted about the Victoria School District’s Smart Phone bill. Read about it here. Putting the health risks of cell phones on the backburner for a minute, we learn here in NBC’s news story about their risks to privacy. As … Continue reading

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