Wi-Fi Health Risk Advisory:
Safety Standards Missing Critical Data

"How Long Can You Put A Baby In A Microwave For?"

~ Professor Curtis Bennett

by Adjunct Professor Curtis Bennett

April 7, 2011

Here is a picture of unknown origin showing a classroom with 20 students, 3 teachers and 20 computers. You can see the computers aren't using wires to log onto the internet. Wi-Fi routers are supplying the room with the required frequency to communicate with all of the computers. Here is your wireless quiz:

Wi-Fi Health Risk Advisory

What is the total number wireless devices in the room interacting with Wi-Fi frequency?

A) 20

B) 23

C) 43

You would be surprised how many professionals got this question wrong. Here is a PDF to show you what was missed in the Wi-Fi discussion, and there are 2 reports on the safety of Wi-Fi that also missed the question above. One from BC CDC and the other from Ontario checking Simcoe County Schools. Here is the Health Advisory showing Wi-Fi is not safe and illegal with the reported error or omission in safety standards. 

"Technological upgrades are important in education but upgrades have to be done properly to ensure public safety. Wi-Fi in schools allows the use of laptops without wires, is convenient and saves on construction costs associated with wiring computer stations. In determining Wi-Fi safety in schools, all electrical devices and EMF's have to be considered. All of the electrical devices and electrical considerations will be numbered below for simplicity in referencing . . .

"Attached to this Advisory are two reports on Wi-Fi safety in schools, authored by Randy Ross of BC CDC & Tony Muc. Both reports are incomplete and inaccurate because all interactions were not considered. Health Canada's Safety Code 6 is specific that unintentional stimulation of tissue is to be avoided as experimental studies have shown it can lead to nerve and muscle depolarization. Wi-Fi is illegal because it is causing the unintentional stimulation of tissue. This qualified error has been reported to Health Canada & Canadian Parliament. Immediate action is required to protect children from this danger in schools."

Curtis Bennett
Director of Operations
Chief Science Officer
Interprovincial Journeyman Electrician(Red Seal)
Engineering Technologist
Adjunct Faculty, IHF & GEDI
Thermografix Consulting Corporation

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