Posted by Bob on 5/8/2014 to Wireless
Doctors groups around the world have spoken up to call for precaution against wireless radiation and for reduction of exposure, especially on children, youth, pregnant women and babies. Medical Advisory: Statements from 14 Agencies on Wi-Fi Radiation and Children's Health http://www.safeinschool.org/2013/02/m...
Harvard Neurologist Warns: WiFi Radiation can Damage Children's Brain Function
This video demonstrates measuring the pulsed microwave radiation from an iPad with an Acoustimeter. The rapid and continuous pulsing is the beacon signals emitted by the router (similar to cell tower beacon signals). The irregular spikes are emitted by the iPad.
Swisscom, Switzerland's largest IT services provider, recognized the genotoxic effects of WiFi routers. In 2003 they attempted to reduce this danger through an automatically-deactivated router design. Unfortunately, North American manufacturers have not adopted this patent, but continue to produce WiFi routers which bombard humans and all living beings with microwave beacon signals, 24/7. The Swisscom document with the explanation on the genotoxicity can be found here: http://patentscope.wipo.int/search/en...
The maximum measuring threshold of the Acoustimeter is 6.0 V/m and the radiation from the iPad exceeded this level often while actively on WiFi. We measured a WiFi-iPad and found that its signals peak every few seconds at levels that are several times HIGHER than an iPhone on talking transmission. See: http://www.safeinschool.org/2012/01/i...
Here are some exposure limits in other countries which correspond to the levels indicated on the Acoustimter.
Russia, China, Italy, Paris,Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria: 6 V/m
Switzerland (Children and patients): 4 V/m
Belgium, Ukraine, Luxembourg: 3 V/m
Vienna: 1.9 V/m
Italy base station, Lichtenstien: 0.6V/m
USA and Canada have a microwave exposure limit of 60 V/m! US exposure limits have been criticized by many independent (non-industry-affiliated scientists) as OUTDATED and OBSOLETE.
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