Technology Archive

Living near cell phone towers puts you in grave danger

Living close to cell towers or cell phone antennas is hazardous to health. Prof. Girish Kumar, from the department of electrical engineering, IIT Bombay, explains that when mobile towers are situated within 160’ of one’s residence or office, it is like being in a microwave 24/7. A report on cell tower radiation has been submitted by Mr. Kumar to the …

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Mayor Says NO to 4G Tower Installation

Mayor Sunil Prabhu, while speaking to the media, says “Until and unless a study pertaining to the effects of radiation from cell phone towers on health is not conducted, BMC will not let 4G mobile phone towers be installed.” When the meeting of the group leaders in BMC was over, Prabhu told the media that a study is soon to …

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How harmful is Electrosmog?

A new middle school was opened in the city of La Quinta, CA, in 1990. It was an exhilarating experience for everyone, especially for a sixth grade teacher, Gayle Cohen, who showed her excitement in the following words, “For 2 years, we have been a part of temporary faculty, but this change is very exciting for all of us.” However, …

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Wi-fi In Schools Is A Potential Health Risk

The vice president of Amica, Francesca Romana Orlando says, “Putting wi-fi in schools could be social suicide.” In order to reduce the exposure of electromagnetic fields, Associazione Malattie da Intossicazione Cronica e/o Ambientale (the association of chronic and/or environmental diseases and poisoning) has been holding campaigns in Italy for over 10 years. There has been growing concerns about the use …

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Harmful effects of mobile tower radiation

Officials from the Government’s telecommunication department and major cell phone operators have denied the findings of a recent BioInitiative report that declared that India’s prescribed standards for radiation emissions from cell phone towers were higher than the safety limit. There has been a growing concern about the hazards of exposure to electromagnetic radiation. An interview was held with Neha Kumar, …

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Canadian Teachers Union Bans Cellphones in the Classroom

A resolution necessitating the children to switch off their cell phones in classrooms was passed by the  Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario (ETFO), which is the largest teachers union in Canada. This resolution was based on the grounds that the school-going children and teachers should be protected in the school premises. This was a great move on part of Ontario’s …

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Wi-fi Sickness Increases Demand for Radiation Free Zones

The Canada Council for the Arts has given a grant to Kim Goldberg to write a book about people who are now sick because of their exposure to wireless devices. She said, “I am glad that this project is being funded.” Goldberg has secured a degree in biology and has removed all wireless devices from her home. She says that …

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How damaging can WiFi be? Learn more here!

Aiden Fitchett, an 8 year old second grader, found that while sitting near the wireless projector used by his teacher for presentations, his head started hurting. These headaches became worse day by day and resulted in him running home crying in pain. Rachel Fitchett, Aiden’s mom and a biologist, tried to connect the dots and discovered that physical effects like …

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Electrosensitive Refugees flee to Wi-Fi free town

Modern technology has become a source of illness for a lot of people, causing them to move to a remote town where Wi-fi is prohibited. More and more people are finding their way to small towns to relieve themselves of terrible symptoms caused by Wi-fi, which include burning skin, chest pains and excruciating headaches. Those who suffered from this pain …

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Germany warns citizens against using Wi-fi

The German government has recommended its people to limit or avoid the use of Wi-fi whenever they can as it has detrimental effects on health. This is likely to create serious problems for the industry as well as British ministers, and prove right the questions raised by The Independent over the last four months. It’s not just the government, but …

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