The Hand of Pletka and the Future of FSD Students’ Fertility


THE HAND OF PLETKA

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THE HAND OF PLETKA- HANDING OUT IPADS TO STUDENTS

 

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Figure 1 Electromagnetic field application method for experimental animals.

THE HAND OF PLETKA

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Figure 1 Electromagnetic field application method for experimental Fullerton students.

THE HAND OF PLETKA

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Note the location of THE WIFI ANTENNA

So here we have an experimental study on exposing rats for 15 minutes a day for 15 days and counting the number of ovarian follicles that remain after irradiation. You know how tough rats are and yet the results are horrifying. What is this doing to our children?

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/275671623

So here we have a forced experiment being conducted on Fullerton School District students who are forcible exposed several hours a day 5 days a week 180 days a year.

Exposure device for the rats

An exposure device with a special antenna was used for generating the EMF (5 W peak output power and 1.04 mW/cm2 power density), and the exposure emission was maintained at 900 MHz with a pulse repetition frequency of 217 Hz

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Figure 2 Electromagnetic field application device.

 Exposure device for the students

An exposure device with a special antenna placed on students zippers was used for generating the EMF (1 W peak output power and .50 mW/cm2 power density), and the exposure emission was maintained at 2.4 GHz and 5.o GHz  with a pulse repetition frequency of 217 Hz for 365 days a year for hours at school and at home on the abdomen.

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 The specific energy absorption rate (SAR) varied from .074 W/kg to 1.19 W/kg for the entire body.

Here are the numbers from the forced experiment on the Fullerton students

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Here are the numbers from the experiment on the rats.

An exposure device with a special antenna was used for generating the EMF (5 W peak output power and 1.04 mW/cm2 power density), and the exposure emission was maintained at 900 MHz with a pulse repetition frequency of 217 Hz 

The specific energy absorption rate (SAR) varied from 0.018 W/kg to 4 W/kg for the entire body.

So here is the conclusion from the experiment with the rats: AN APPROXIMATE 50% REDUCTION IN THE OVARIAN FOLLICLES OF THE MICROWAVE EXPOSED RATS-READ THAT STERILIZATION LADIES AND GENTLEMEN

 

Table 1Comparison of the mean number of follicles in the experimental and control groups.
Experimental group (n = 8) Control group (n = 8) pa
Right ovarian PF average 34.00 ± 10.20 78.50 ± 25.98 <0.001
Left ovarian PF average 36.00 ± 10.53 71.75 ± 29.66 0.011
Total ovarian PF average 70.00 ± 19.03 150.25 ± 49.53 0.002

Quantitative data are presented as mean ± standard deviation values.

PF = primordial follicle.

aIndependent t test.

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN-THIS IS WHAT 15 MINUTES A DAY FOR 15 DAYS DID TO RATS-LOOK AT THESE NUMBERS!

WHAT IS 5 HOURS A DAY 5 DAYS A WEEK 365 DAYS A YEAR DOING TO YOUR CHILDREN? WHERE ARE ALL THE STUDIES REPLICATING THIS EXPOSURE ON ANIMALS IN THE UNITED STATES? PUBLIC RECORDS ACT REQUESTS YIELDED NONE FROM THE FSD OR THE FJUHSD.

 YOUR CHILDREN ARE TAKING PART IN IT RIGHT NOW AT THE HANDS OF PLETKA-HE REFUSES TO TURN OFF THE WIRELESS SYSTEMS. I HAVE IT IN WRITING AND ON VIDEO.

At the very least, you would think the government and industry would have gone to great lengths replicating animal experiments in the United States to determine if the classroom application of this technology is safe. No such thing folks. Oh there are military studies from decades ago  that clearly state that microwaves are dangerous and after all,  microwave radiation is a weapon. No only school district sycophants, school boards that ignore the evidence and local media like the Fullerton Observer that withhold information presented at both elementary and high school board meetings that the public has a right to know while the children remain in harms way being aided and abetted by their very own parents that drive by our banners on the sidewalk and throw the fliers on their windshields in the trash.

APPLE COMPUTER COMPANY’S LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PLANS FOR THEIR 5 BILLION DOLLAR HEADQUARTERS IS ALL ABOUT FERTILITY LADIES AND GENTLEMEN-OPEN YOUR EYES.

Apple 666, Artemis, iPads (infertility pads), Project Inkwell, Connect ED, E-rate, and Agenda 21-an expose with an all star cast –

 

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TECHNOLOGY OFFSHOOT FROM APPLE COMPUTER

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SATANIC TO THE CORE AS HUMAN FERTILITY IS LITERALLY TURNED UPSIDE DOWN.

Tell me who in their right mind would ignore thousands of studies and citations warning against forcing wireless into a classroom? The Hand of Pletka continues to do just that.

MAY GOD HELP US LADIES AND GENTLEMEN

 

 

 

  1. #1 by Anonymous on January 17, 2016 - 6:13 pm

    This is such the perfect crime. Simply put it is pure evil in the face of the blind masses. I pity these people who ignore what is being done to their children.

  2. #2 by Joe Imbriano on January 18, 2016 - 8:59 pm

    “The sheep will only save themselves when they stop loving the butchers, defending the poisoning of their own children and praying at the abattoir door hoping that someone else solves the problem.”

  3. #3 by Joe Imbriano on January 21, 2016 - 11:23 pm

    Ok folks so the abortion rates are falling and that is not due to activism or education. The teen birth rate overall rate declined 25 percent from 41.5 per 1,000 teenagers aged 15-19 in 2007 to 31.3 in 2011—a record low according to a CDC report.

    The number of births to teenagers aged 15-19 also fell from 2007 to 2011, by 26 percent to 329,797.

    The decline in teenagers giving birth has been “sustained, widespread, and broad-based,” the CDC said.

    The teenage birth rate reached an historic low in 2013 of 26.5 births per 1,000 teens ages 15 to 19. Rates fell for teens in nearly all ethnic groups, with an overall 10 percent dip from 2012.

    “Experts were less pleased to note the twin birth rate reached a new high for the nation of 33.7 per 1,000 total births, up 2 percent from 2012”-READ THAT FERTILITY TREATMENTS ARE ON THE RISE.

    Wireless is a sterilization agenda. Can you imagine what we will be facing in the next 10 years after these children will have spent a decade in all this radiation at school? We are out of time on this one folks. Shame on all of you who continue to turn your backs on the children.

  4. #4 by Arman on January 22, 2016 - 5:45 am

    Joe, you really got things crackin’ over there buddy.

  5. #5 by Anonymous on January 22, 2016 - 3:33 pm

    Gaming + Passion = Engaged Students by Dr. Robert Pletka
    January 20th, 2016 | Posted in News
    Nationally, student disengagement is a problem in schools. In Fullerton School District we are working to reverse that national norm! We plan to make that change through personalizing student education via ramification. Sound extreme? Read on . . . . .

    While in primary elementary grades, engagement or active student involvement rates are close to 70%, those rates decrease with each subsequent year students are in school. By the time, students reach junior high, disengagement rates are 50% .

    Students often cite school as meaningless and irrelevant as reasons for their life. Meanwhile, for decades data shows that students learn and retain more of what they learn when they are personally, actively involved in their own learning.

    To address these issues of the irrelevancy of learning Fullerton School District developed the iPersonalize program. The program utilizes a personalized learning environment to teach California State Standards in Language Arts, Math, and Science with a strategic and gamified use of tools. Student assessments continue in the gaming program allowing opportunities for students to demonstrate mastery.We call the program “iPersonalize”.

    In iPersonalize, similar to a learning Augmented Reality Game (ARG), students are guided by the storyline utilizing a blended learning environment. Students are able to do the assignments on iPads that access their “quests” while learning standards. In some contexts, teachers do direct instruction of students, however, the role of the teacher is largely one of a facilitator. Students apply their learning in Challenge Based Learning Quests by which students develop products that are more relevant to their lives. Sometimes their results are shared with a broader community or audience utilizing social media and community events to showcase student artifacts. For example students might write an essay for their local newspaper or develop an article/video to persuade people to vote. That student product may be posted on YouTube.
    Students receive bonus points, badges, and messages of appreciation through the game and are pushed to higher levels of learning. Through a variety of gamified strategies in assessment and learning, student choice, voice, and achievement are promoted.

  6. #6 by Joe Imbriano on January 28, 2016 - 10:36 pm

    wireless exposure?

    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIH News
    ENational Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD)
    < http://www.nidcd.nih.gov/>
    For Immediate Release: Wednesday, January 27, 2016

    CONTACT: NIDCD Press Office, 301-496-7243,

    MORE THAN 1 IN 20 U.S. CHILDREN HAVE DIZZINESS AND BALANCE PROBLEMS
    First large-scale, nationally representative survey finds issues slightly
    more common in girls, non-Hispanic white children

    More than 1 in 20 (nearly 3.3 million) children between the ages of 3 and 17
    have a dizziness or balance problem, according to an analysis of the first
    large-scale, nationally representative survey of these problems in U.S.
    children. Prevalence increases with age, with 7.5 percent of children ages
    15-17 and 6.0 percent of children ages 12-14 having any dizziness or balance
    problem, compared with 3.6 percent of children ages 6-8 and 4.1 percent of
    children ages 3-5. The research was led by investigators at the National
    Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), part of the
    National Institutes of Health.

    Researchers found that girls have a higher prevalence of dizziness and
    balance problems compared to boys, 5.7 percent and 5.0 percent,
    respectively. In addition, non-Hispanic white children have an increased
    prevalence of dizziness and balance problems (6.1 percent) compared with
    Hispanic (4.6 percent) and non-Hispanic black (4.3 percent) children. The
    findings were published online January 27 in The Journal of Pediatrics
    <
    http://www.jpeds.com/article/S0022-3476(15)01512-7/fulltext>.

    “These findings suggest that dizziness and balance problems are fairly
    common among children, and parents and providers should be aware of the
    impact these problems can have on our children,” said James F. Battey, Jr.,
    M.D., Ph.D, director of the NIDCD and a pediatrician. “Parents who notice
    dizziness and balance problems in their children should consult a health
    care provider to rule out a serious underlying condition.”

    Previous estimates of dizziness and balance problems in children have ranged
    from 5 to 18 percent and have been based on limited, foreign,
    population-based studies. To better understand the prevalence of these
    problems among U.S. children, a team led by researchers from the
    epidemiology and statistics program at the NIDCD analyzed data from the
    Child Balance Supplement to the 2012 National Health Interview Survey
    (NHIS).

    The NHIS is an annual survey conducted by the National Center for Health
    Statistics (NCHS) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The
    survey uses personal household interviews to gather information about a
    range of health topics. The Child Balance Supplement was included in 2012
    and was the first large-scale supplement added to the NHIS survey to assess
    dizziness and balance problems among children. The NIDCD provided funding
    for the 2012 Child Balance Supplement.

    The researchers analyzed data on nearly 11,000 children, ages 3 to 17, based
    on parents’ responses to the survey. Parents were asked if in the past year,
    their children had been bothered by symptoms of dizziness or balance
    problems such as vertigo, poor balance/unsteadiness when standing up,
    clumsiness/poor coordination, frequent falls, fainting or light-headedness,
    or other dizziness and balance symptoms.

    The researchers report that:

    — Among children with dizziness and balance problems, 46.0 percent of
    parents reported that the children had poor coordination; 35.1 percent
    reported light-headedness; 30.9 percent had poor balance; 29.0 percent had
    vertigo; 25.0 percent reported frequent falls; and 8.5 percent had other
    dizziness and balance problems.

    — Parents reported moderate or serious difficulties in 18.6 percent of
    children with dizziness and balance problems.

    — Overall, 36.0 percent of children with dizziness and balance problems
    were seen by a health professional and 29.9 percent received treatment. Of
    those whose parents reported moderate or serious difficulties with dizziness
    and balance problems, 71.6 percent were seen by a health professional, and
    62.4 percent were treated.

    The researchers also found that only one-third, or 32.8 percent, of parents
    with a child with a dizziness or balance problem reported having received a
    diagnosis of an underlying condition. The percentage of children diagnosed
    rose to 59.6 percent among children whose parents reported they had moderate
    to serious difficulties with dizziness and balance problems. Reported causes
    included neurological problems; ear infections; head or neck injuries or
    concussions; developmental motor coordination disorder; genetic causes;
    metabolic problems such as hypoglycemia; prescription medication or drugs;
    severe headaches or migraines; malformation of the ear; and vision problems.

    Children with any reported difficulty hearing were two times more likely to
    have dizziness or balance problems compared with children who had normal
    hearing. Other risk factors associated with dizziness and balance problems
    included impairments that limit a child’s ability to crawl, walk, run or
    play; frequent headaches or migraines; certain developmental delays; a
    history of seizures in the past 12 months; stuttering/stammering; and anemia
    during the last 12 months.

    The analysis also revealed gender-specific risk factors. For example,
    attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, attention deficit disorder, and
    stuttering were linked to dizziness and balance problems in boys, while
    anemia, hearing difficulties, and respiratory allergies were associated with
    the condition in girls. Girls with dizziness and balance problems also
    reported having more headaches and migraines compared to boys with dizziness
    and balance problems.

    “Our findings are consistent with the limited prevalence data in other
    countries, and provide much-needed baseline estimates of dizziness and
    balance problems in U.S. children,” said Howard J. Hoffman, M.A., co-author
    of the study and director of epidemiology and statistics at the NIDCD
    <
    http://www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/statistics/Pages/about.aspx>. “Dizziness
    and balance problems in children continue to be an understudied area, and we
    hope that this analysis leads to a better understanding of the scope and
    risk factors associated with these issues.”

    Chuan-Ming Li, M.D., Ph.D., an NIDCD statistician, was the lead author.
    Researchers from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baylor College of
    Medicine, and Marshall University also contributed to the analysis. The data
    will be used to track the increase in children’s use of the healthcare
    system to diagnosis and treat these disorders as part of the Healthy People
    2020 initiative. Healthy People 2020 was launched in 2010 by the U.S.
    Department of Health and Human Services and aims to prevent disease and
    promote health, in part by increasing use of health care services.

    This work was supported by the NIDCD and NCHS through an interagency
    agreement (Y1-DC-7001).

    The NIDCD provides health information on balance disorders
    <
    http://www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/balance/Pages/Default.aspx>.

    The NIDCD < http://www.nidcd.nih.gov/> supports and conducts research and
    research training on the normal and disordered processes of hearing,
    balance, taste, smell, voice, speech, and language and provides health
    information, based upon scientific discovery, to the public.

    About the National Institutes of Health (NIH): NIH, the nation’s medical
    research agency, includes 27 Institutes and Centers and is a component of
    the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. NIH is the primary federal
    agency conducting and supporting basic, clinical, and translational medical
    research, and is investigating the causes, treatments, and cures for both
    common and rare diseases. For more information about NIH and its programs,
    visit .

    NIH…Turning Discovery into Health — Registered, U.S. Patent and Trademark
    Office
    ###

    This NIH News Release is available online at:
    <
    http://www.nih.gov/news-events/news-releases/more-1-20-us-children-have-diz
    ziness-balance-problems>.

  7. #7 by Susan on March 7, 2016 - 11:51 am

    OMG! Thank you for this information. If we do nothing we are cooperating with the masterplan for genocide.

    Now is the time to share this info with everyone we know. People must confront this issue! No person with a conscience can remain silent and allow this to continue.

    • #8 by Anonymous on March 7, 2016 - 2:44 pm

      People with consciences sure can ignore this, because some of those people actually understand how electromagnetic radiation works, and recognize that this is all junk.

      • #9 by Childless? on March 7, 2016 - 7:51 pm

        It is better to speak with knowledge than to just speak.

        I think it’s time for you to go home and make love to your wireless device.

        • #10 by Joe Imbriano on March 8, 2016 - 8:23 am

          Sounds like some good advice for that genetic dead end.

        • #11 by Idiotic? on March 8, 2016 - 8:45 pm

          Maybe you should go to church and have coitus with your flat earth models!

          • #12 by Childless? on March 9, 2016 - 9:28 am

            I guess a nerve was struck.

            Do you worship at the foot of technology? Must be the case.

            • #13 by Idiotic? on March 9, 2016 - 1:44 pm

              If any nerve was struck, it was your prostate nerve cluster.

              • #14 by Anonymous on March 9, 2016 - 2:13 pm

                as you milk yours

      • #15 by Fullerton Lover on March 7, 2016 - 8:23 pm

        Tell all the people with consciences what you know about how ionizing radiation?

  8. #16 by Anonymous on March 7, 2016 - 12:21 pm

    Joe you are a hero.

  9. #17 by Anonymous on March 7, 2016 - 7:01 pm

    This is really remarkable. I can understand why there is so much denial because everyone has become so entangled and addicted to the technology. Think about all of the jobs tied into this. These children don’t have a chance.

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