A Top Oncologist Speaks about Wi-Fi in Schools

Top oncologist exposes link between Wi-Fi and cancer.

Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch

Published on Oct 27, 2015

Go to the parents blog http://safetechforschoolsmaryland.blo…
Listen to Lennart Hardell top oncologist speak about wireless, children and schools.
These clips were taken from the video of the
Press Conference on the 5th Paris Appeal Congress
at the Belgium Royal Academy of Medicine
by the Next UP Organization.
The full video of the press conference
can be found at

The W-USA Clip is from http://www.wusa9.com/story/news/local…

Read about Hardell and Agent Orange at this link

RF-EMF emissions (Wireless radiation) “should be regarded as carcinogenic to humans, classifying it as group 1 according to the International Agency for the Research on Cancer classification. Current guidelines for exposure need to be urgently revised.”

-Dr. Lennart Hardell 2014

Carlberg M, Hardell L. Decreased Survival of Glioma Patients with Astrocytoma Grade IV (Glioblastoma Multiforme) Associated with Long-Term Use of Mobile and Cordless Phones.International Journal…

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6 thoughts on “A Top Oncologist Speaks about Wi-Fi in Schools

  1. Google top sufferance to my search for Current guidelines for exposure to wi-fi is Wi-Fi exposures & guidelines – WiFiinschools.org.uk
    Current ICNIRP (1998) guidelines for general public exposure for 2.45GHz are: … Wi-Fi-enabled computers have been reported to generally expose the user(s) .. thank you google but i don’t have a clue what there talking about. My Family of 3 must spend a least a totle of 15 hr a day on internet and i am worried.


  2. Placing a router across the room where one sleeps is indeed unhealthy. Placing it behind a wall does not beam more than LTE on a roof. There are many resident blocks with antennas placed and directed reciprocally to guarantee optimal reception, because a house right under an antenna has almost no radiation – as mandated by law. So many parents I talked with complained about wifi but were ignorant about the subject of GSM/LTE-bands placed in their neighborhood. LTE is far worse, as now residents forgo a land line and even surf directly on LTE-Bands in some countries and they can because most countries except Germany and the US have widespread >10Mbit/s per user symmetrically.

    Properly configured wifi-routers don’t radiate the same amount. Factory defaults of some brands set beacons to 10ms, most set it to 100ms meaning sometimes every ms a packet in busy neighborhoods during nighttime, when nobody uses it. Beacons can be set to once a second, meaning several packets per second instead and this does not take longer to connect, as handhelds and computers send out actively seeking packets. Then there are standards for interoperability, which lowers resends and re-handshaking during use. And you still can turn off a device if you don’t use it. Uiuiui.

    I am more worried that wifi in schools makes them even dumber and they can’t figure out anything when they are grown up. This is a much higher risk than some hypothetical and configurable radiation.



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