Why Fight Wi-Fi?

Blue of Hello, The Future wrote a song about Wi-Fi, electromagnetic hypersensitivity, why you really shouldn’t be worried, and why you definitely shouldn’t be trying to ban Wi-Fi from schools based on unfounded fears.

Here are some links on the subject, which I pulled from Blue’s site:

Steve DeGroof

Steve consists of approximately 60% water and 40% organic molecules, arranged in a configuration that is, among over things, capable of describing itself in this manner.

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  1. The relevant paragraphs from the NYT article:

    Most major medical groups, including the American Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute, have said the existing data on cellphones and health has been reassuring. For years, concerns about the health effects of cellphones have been largely dismissed because the radio frequency waves emitted from the devices are believed to be benign. Cellphones emit nonionizing radiation, waves of energy that are too weak to break chemical bonds or to set off the DNA damage known to cause cancers. Scientists have said repeatedly that there is no known biological mechanism to explain how nonionizing radiation might lead to cancer or other health problems.

    The W.H.O. panel ruled only that cellphones be classified as Category 2B, meaning they are possibly carcinogenic to humans, a designation the panel has given to 240 other agents, including the pesticide DDT, engine exhaust, lead and various industrial chemicals. Also on the list are two familiar foods, pickled vegetables and coffee, which the cellphone industry was quick to point out.

  2. “Awesome! I didn’t know you had another website besides Tree Lobsters!”

    Well, it’s not mine. Amy runs the place. I just work here. 😀

  3. By the way Blue, in our top secret MAL-blogger discussion channels, I have pretty much professed my new secret girl crush on you to all relevant parties. Love love love the videos!

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