Long term chronic exposure from industrial-scale school Wi-Fi at exposure levels catering to military priorities is a practice many nations reject.
Ukraine, Turkey, Spain, Poland, Peru, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Lithuania, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, and Turkey are among the nations representing over 40% of the world’s population enforcing radiofrequency exposure limits 10 to 100 times lower than the U.S.
The smoking gun for the U.S. is the March 1976 Defense Intelligence Agency report “Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation (Radiowaves and Microwaves) – Eurasian Communist Countries.” The report concluded,
“If the more advanced nations of the West are strict in the enforcement of stringent exposure standards, there could be unfavorable effects on industrial output and military functions.”
You won’t find Wi-Fi in French hospitals. In the state of South Tyrol, Italy, schools are hard wired, as in Switzerland. DECT cordless phone technology prevalent in the US has been phased out in Europe due to adverse health impacts.
If a Russian citizen were to report adverse health impacts due to microwave exposure in the home, workplace, or school, an EMF hygiene investigation would be conducted, – not limited to arbitrary measurements of theoretic benchmarks, but to determine that no tissue stimulation or reproductive harm is occurring.
The French government’s decision to ban Wi-Fi in preschools is influenced by Dr. Dominique Belpomme, who developed scientific biomarkers for electromagnetic hypersensitivity, which is an adverse reaction to the presence of artificial radio frequencies. The American Academy of Environmental Medicine has also developed diagnostic protocols.
Research published in July 2015 by Surgical Neurology International indicates that neurological deaths of American have skyrocketed, far in excess of those in other countries. For total neurological deaths in adults ages 55-74 and over 75’s, the U.S. rose from 17th to 2nd highest of the 21 nations studied. For the over 75 age range, the US levels rose 368%. Citing the success of research and education in the areas of cancer and cardiovascular diseases, the study calls for commitment, investment and research due to disproportionate increases in the United States.
Thus far, federal and state agencies receive a failing grade. The National Academies of Science identified 20 short-comings in the RF research in the US, including lack of data on children, long term chronic exposures, and juxtapositions of sources.
The issue can be boiled down to one simple question – Do Americans want to discern the truth about the health and environmental impact of wireless technologies utilized at limits that cater to radar, weapons, and surveillance, on bees, bats, birds, babies, school children, and all living systems?
Parents of Fay School students have been assured that the school’s measurements would meet the standards in Italy, site of the Vatican leukemia lawsuit. The Italian citizenry does not hold a presumption of innocence towards non-ionizing radiation. We can start by insuring that we are not comparing apples to oranges,- a lesson in science, math, humanities, history, and ethics.