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    • Wi-Fi: A Warning Signal

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      How seriously do you consider electro-sensitivity to be around the world?  Can Wi-Fi affect humans so seriously that it a person might develop a disability from it?  In some countries, Wi-Fi masts are not allowed near schools and some world governements place more intensive guidelines.  This is not a new concern but there has now been long enough time to develop a stacking of evidence in one way or another.  Wi-Fi is not likely to go away and some would not want to be without it.   Becoming aware of the risks and precautions involved when we live in it day to day might be an important item to add to our to do list after watching this documentary.


      Just how safe is Wi-Fi signals? The British government insist that it is. But an investigation through this documentary shows otherwise.

      Can technology become such a huge health risk? What are the other dangers poised when using to much of these items, especially when our day to day activities are already so dependent on it?

      Wi-Fi: A Warning Signal hopes to provide clarity and raise awareness.

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      Published on April 12, 2010 · Filed under: Health, Science, Technology
    • Rob

      It’s an old documentary and unfortunately Panorama got it wrong. There seems to be no good evidence for health risks; this documentary therefore just relies on sensationalism by the media and public. Yes there are high levels of radiation, but not likely any danger. Electrosensitivity? I suspect that the placebo effect can do funny things. Disappointing for the BBC, although it has to be a plus that they cover the concerns of the times.