IS THIS YOUR CHILD?


BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND, JUST IN TIME FOR THE 1:1 WIRELESS DEVICE ROLL OUT FOR ALL 5TH AND 6TH GRADERS AT ACACIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.

If you have access to an EMF detector which we at the Fullerton Informer do, if you take measurements of the microwave emissions of an in use cell phone and compare them to the emissions of a WiFi enabled tablet or laptop, how do you think they will compare?  The reality is that they actually in some cases exceed a cell phone’s microwave radiation emissions.

http://www.safeinschool.org/2013/03/ipad-wifi-radiation-captured-on-videos.html

No one would conceivably allow 35 children to sit next to each other in an small room while talking on their cell phones for 6 hours a day, would they?  This is precisely why this is our specific area of concern.  Students using their WiFi enabled tablets or laptops for upwards of 6 hours a day at school and several more hours at home on or in direct proximity to their laps could possibly actually receive equal or more microwave radiation exposure than if they were talking on a cell phone for that duration of time.  High powered routers that are potentially hundreds of times more powerful than the home use versions coupled with 35+ WiFi enabled devices up and running easily compound the measured emissions.  That is effectively the scenario being played out with our children in our chic, nouveau, wireless classrooms.   Do you think this won’t affect your children? Think again.  The pilot programs are being expanded and soon enough all the children will have one in their laps.  Ask the school administrators as that is their plan.   Maybe you embrace this technology?  Please read on and PLEASE READ THE PRECEDING POSTS AND VIEW THE LINKS ASSOCIATED. FOR THE RECORD, I AM BY NO MEANS OPPOSED TO TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOMS.  I SIMPLY SUPPORT HARD WIRING THE DEVICES AS THE ONLY SAFE ALTERNATIVE. HARDWIRED CONNECTIONS ARE CLEARLY SAFER, MORE SECURE AND FAR MORE RELIABLE THAN WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY.

As adults, we would never contemplate keeping an in use cell phone glued to our head all day and for a few hours at night. The children are being forced to do the equivalent with their school issued tablets. Something deep down tells all of us that this would be plain stupid and outright dangerous.   One wouldn’t tolerate this behavior in developing young children.  This begs the question.  Where are the safety studies on young children being forcibly exposed 6 hours a day, 180 days a year for upwards of 13
K-12 years, packed 35 to a room with the wireless tablets or laptops radiating in direct proximity to their sensitive developing reproductive areas? http://www.scribd.com/doc/63259328/Electrosmog-and-male-fertility-134-references  

The current ICNIRP’s safety guidelines for radio frequency exposures were only developed to protect healthy adult males from acute burning exposures lasting 6 minutes. All the scientific research to date have no studies on young children in this setting with this level of exposure.  Don’t buy into the “radio waves have been going through us for decades” line.  That is by no means a relevant analogy.  The intensity, frequency and distance to the source are by no means remotely analagous and no, the sun’s rays are not the same as a cell phone’s  emissions.   All of  this amounts to, in my opinion, a massive forced irradiation of our school children taking them into truly UNCHARTED TERRITORY.  The debate has been ongoing but it is now time for it to take center stage in The Fullerton School District. 

Ask your school administrators for the studies which comprise the basis for their determinations that this technology is safe.  You will be surprised at what you will be given .  Expect slickly packaged apples and oranges comparisons so read them carefully.  I believe this is an egregious error being committed on the part of what could be very well meaning and well intentioned but misinformed school administrators.

Of course you can pretend that I am crazy or perhaps even convince yourself that I am.   Fair enough.   In 10-15 years from now you will know with absolute certainty whether the risk was real.  If I was wrong, so be it. If  I was not wrong, however, then it will have been too late.  Just keep in mind that failing to err on the side of caution in this regard could have life changing,  multi-generational consequences which you can simply choose to avoid by demanding hardwired devices as the only safe option at  SCHOOL AND AT HOME.  Will your children have a  healthy future or have healthy children of their own?  Will they be able to even have children?  ONLY TIME WILL TELL.  Is this technology in the proposed classroom setting  applications  safe?  Is the convenience really worth the risk to the children’s general health and developing reproductive capabilities? http://www.safeinschool.org/2011/11/wi-fi-decreases-human-sperm-motility.html We believe that the risks are real and we are not alone. http://www.wifiinschools.com/lausd-testimony.html  It is your call and it is your choice.  Make your voice heard now while it is still early in the game or forever hold your peace.

In the meantime, THE PLACATING FSD SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS AND THE INDUSTRY HAVE FORMULATED AN OPINION AND THINK THAT IT IS SAFE.  If you agree with them, in spite of the mounting evidence to the contrary, then may the road rise with you and may the wind be at your back and good luck.

If you agree with me, then you need to know that the road will be rough and the wind will be in your face.  In the meantime,  ask the administrators  and your colleagues to think again and please respectfully let them know that your children don’t eat Timothy hay!

  1. #1 by Anonymous on March 7, 2013 - 5:06 pm

    I had no idea. This cannot be good. Are they doing this in all Fullerton schools? My child’s class does not.

    • #2 by Joe Imbriano on March 7, 2013 - 9:54 pm

      At Acacia there are 2 classrooms on a 1:1 basis. They are fishing for grants and fundraising to roll this out.

    • #3 by Anonymous on March 23, 2013 - 9:44 pm

      You make some pretty irrefutable points and rather compelling arguments . The schools are taking this technology way too far way too fast. Isn’t that always the case with something new and too good to be true only to find out later that it was dangerous? Why the rush? Thank you for what you have put together here Joe. Real eye opener for sure.

  2. #4 by WC on March 8, 2013 - 6:03 am

    I would not be surprised if this were an intentional lab experiment to determine the effects of EMF on humans and our kids are the rats. Protect your kids and do not allow this.

    • #5 by Joe Imbriano on March 8, 2013 - 10:11 pm

      Nothing surprises me in 2013, WC. Get the word out-tell your friends while we still have time to stop this.

    • #6 by Joe Imbriano on April 12, 2013 - 12:24 am

      WC here you go-

      http://www.jpier.org/PIERB/pierb29/02.11011205.pdf
      The frequency to the tee and about 3X the power level of a typical wireless classroom.

  3. #7 by Anonymous on March 8, 2013 - 12:42 pm

    This is scary. I never even thought of this before. OMG. What about the wireless video game systems? My kids are on these for hours. Are they dangerous?

    • #8 by Syndicate on March 8, 2013 - 9:48 pm

      Yes, these modern day video game systems are ruining my friends all over the county. Not only are the games demonic in some way, but the amount of radiation that they put out on the wireless consoles is unbelievable. You should take their gaming systems away for awhile and watch the change in behavior. Then again, you don’t have to do this.

    • #9 by Joe Imbriano on March 8, 2013 - 10:09 pm

      The wireless gaming system controllers and wireless head sets all emit non ionizing radiation similar in intensity to the emissions of an in use cell phone.

  4. #10 by Ray on March 8, 2013 - 4:26 pm

    Joe,

    I have to say, I am almost speechless at how well you said that. Thank you for taking this and running with it. Parents, stand and fight for the children, because if you don’t, no one will.

    • #11 by Joe Imbriano on March 8, 2013 - 9:18 pm

      Ray, thank you for your support. Once this site is officially rolled out the feed will be updated daily on developments.

  5. #12 by Lorene Nielsen on March 8, 2013 - 4:52 pm

    I am dealing with this very same thing at my daughter’s school and have met nothing but disinterest and, “That’s nice Mrs. Nielsen, but we don’t believe there is a risk to the children’s health. Now off with you.” I applaud you for taking the time to educate yourself, and then us, about this issue, and spreading the word about it. I am on your side for sure. By the way, I learned about the dangers of RF exposure and the public exposure limits in the US being way beyond safe when a cell tower was going to be installed 200 feet from my home last summer. That didn’t feel right to me, even though the County said not to worry, everything was safe. So I started doing my own research and thousands of hours later, and after writing an epic Word document on everything I was discovering, I was terrified. And convinced. By the way, I DID look for proof that RF that we are subjected to by wireless devices is safe. I could not find anything that didn’t refer back to the FCC regulations. Which aren’t worth the air it takes to breathe out and say FCC. Also, the cell tower didn’t go in because my neighborhood and I fought against it.

    • #13 by Joe Imbriano on March 8, 2013 - 9:22 pm

      Lorene, your efforts were obviously not in vain. As far as who in the world really has our backs on what safe levels of exposure are is truly a joke right now. We just have to help people open their eyes.

  6. #14 by Anonymous on March 8, 2013 - 6:14 pm

    I would say that Mr. Imbriano is truly on to something here and he obviously has an educational background that lends some serious credibility to his arguments. The real junk science is what we are being presented with as evidence that this is safe to do this to kids. This piece he wrote really spells out what most people would never question. Well done Joe. Folks get behind him and this cause. This is a big deal.

    • #15 by Joe Imbriano on March 8, 2013 - 9:30 pm

      Thank you. While I do not claim to be an expert in the field, I do have a good handle on the issues and a solid understanding of the science and terminology involved. What baffles me is the gaping holes in the research and how so many just drive right over or around them. Thankfully, I most certainly am no RF industry hack on their marionette strings with their millions in grant money. I can tell you this -I am beholden to no one except the well being of the kids and I kept every single one of my textbooks from college long before this menace became mainstream.

  7. #16 by Michele Garden on March 9, 2013 - 10:17 am

    The lovely thing about the Fullerton School District is that they will allow you to send your child to whatever school you wish to send them to (as long as there is room there). Perhaps you could find a school that does not use electronic devices as much as the school your child goes to and send them there. In the meantime, in order to be successful in the world of business, science, education, etc., your child MUST become fluent with electronic devices such as computers, Ipads and the like.

    • #17 by Joe Imbriano on March 9, 2013 - 11:03 am

      Thank you for your reply Michele. Maybe I need to clarify as you may not have read the preceding topics and posts. I am by no means opposed to technology in the classrooms as It is clearly here to stay, is in integral part of our world and the workplace. Mastery of these devices and their applications can be equally accomplished with any electronic device as long as it is HARDWIRED. That is the whole tenet of my argument so for the sake of clarity and the record, I by no means am opposed to technology. The microwave radiation emissions of WIRELESS DEVICES are the problem and can so easily be avoided by HARDWIRING THE DEVICES. The RISK TO OUR CHILDREN IS NOT WORTH THE CONVENIENCE.

    • #18 by parent of 1 on March 9, 2013 - 12:19 pm

      Michele are you suggesting that Mr. Imbriano change schools because he doesn’t like technology? From what I have read that is way off. You want him to leave his school and his kids leave their friends Have you read the other topics on this blog? Have you looked at the links? Sound like all he wants is to wire the computers. Isn’t the post below on Los Angeles school district an example of how there is nowhere to run where EVERY kid is getting a tablet in two years? How is what you recommend a solution? What about all the other kids and their parents that don’t know about this?

      • #19 by Anonymous on July 26, 2013 - 12:17 pm

        Mr. Imbriano simply needs to change schools where his children will feel safer, where he will be happier and then we can end all of the complaining about this non-issue.

  8. #22 by Anonymous on March 11, 2013 - 12:25 pm

    This is terrible we need to educate all parents and get the word out and protect our children.

    • #23 by Joe Imbriano on March 11, 2013 - 9:11 pm

      I agree and that is our goal.

  9. #24 by Anonymous on March 13, 2013 - 10:15 pm

    This was very compelling.

  10. #25 by Melinda on March 14, 2013 - 9:16 pm

    The way you put this really connects the dots. Thank you. I live in Brea and will be addressing this with my daughter’s teacher and telling her about this site. This is troublesome to say the least.

    • #26 by Joe Imbriano on March 15, 2013 - 8:28 am

      Thank you for your post Melinda. The school administrators are trained to placate parents so put them on notice in writing and warn other parents about this issue. If you don’t push the issue they will just wait for you to go away. Don’t.

  11. #27 by alison on March 20, 2013 - 7:34 am

    Mr. Imbriano, thank you for your presentation last evening. I was really caught off guard by the topic. Quite frankly all this really disturbs me. I am doing my own homework on this as well as my husband has always had his suspicions on wireless pitfalls and dangers. Once again thank you for what you are doing for the community. I will pass this information along. May I suggest that you forward this information to the district’s PTA and the foundation heads? They need to know about this because from what I understand, they are the ones raising money for these things.

    • #28 by Joe Imbriano on March 20, 2013 - 12:43 pm

      Thank you for your post. Can you please email me the names of the PTA president and foundation president along with the name of your school to joeimbriano777@gmail.com. I will be happy to address this issue with them.

  12. #29 by Anonymous on March 20, 2013 - 2:06 pm

    My daughter is in a classroom where they use i pads for almost the entire day and at home for her homework. The school never told me about any of this. Is it because they do not know about any of this information?

    • #30 by Joe Imbriano on March 20, 2013 - 2:45 pm

      Thank you for your post. This is the precise area of our concern-the AMOUNT of exposure and that there are NO studies replicating the classroom setting and the corresponding levels of and duration of exposures. To answer your question, the FSD administrators are completely aware of this information as of March 12 when I informally presented it at the Board of Trustees meeting.

  13. #31 by Anonymous on March 21, 2013 - 9:58 am

    Joe, I understand what you are trying to say but I just don’t get it.

    • #32 by Joe Imbriano on March 21, 2013 - 11:17 am

      Thank you for your post-Tell me what it is that you don’t get?

    • #33 by Anonymous on March 21, 2013 - 3:57 pm

      Seems pretty straightforward to me. Not good for kids and probably not good for teachers either.

    • #34 by Anonymous on March 23, 2013 - 8:12 am

      thank a teacher

  14. #35 by Judah beni llais on March 25, 2013 - 10:22 pm

    -through a looking glass darkly-. May God bless you and your work Mr. Imbriano. Quite the circumstance you find yourself in the midst of and clearly by no means of pure happenstance.

    • #36 by Joe Imbriano on March 26, 2013 - 11:19 am

      Thank you.

  15. #37 by Anonymous on March 28, 2013 - 8:39 pm

    There has to be reason that the district think is safe. Why do they do thse things/?

    • #38 by Joe Imbriano on March 30, 2013 - 6:13 pm

      Thank you for your post. I believe that they are only looking at industry studies that came from the manufacturers of the equipment. It did not take me very long to find information that this technology could be dangerous to our children.

  16. #39 by dianeh on March 31, 2013 - 7:02 am

    Teachers, administrators, FSD board members: If you are reading this, your role is one that requires public trust. You have a moral duty to make sure that our children are in a safe environment. That includes addressing the EM radiation issues being brought forward at this website. Unless each of you can guarantee to all of the parents (which you cannot), the safety of our children, the use of these tablets is unethical. We are here to make sure that the truth comes out and our children are in a safe learning environment.
    WE ARE NOT GOING AWAY.

  17. #40 by CUE niform on April 1, 2013 - 4:19 pm

    Anonymous :
    Joe, I understand what you are trying to say but I just don’t get it.

    that figures

    • #41 by Joe Imbriano on April 1, 2013 - 5:29 pm

      winner winner chicken dinner

  18. #42 by Anonymous on April 3, 2013 - 6:55 pm

    I feel that this is one of the most vital commentaries on this issue that I have read. Some is a bit over my head but all in all it doesn’t fare well for the kids. This stuff can’t be good. I dont think you can stop it becasue it is everywhere.

    • #43 by Joe Imbriano on April 9, 2013 - 10:20 pm

      Thank you for your post. Just because Balboa said Southern California was uninhabitable because of the haze several hundred years ago, it didn’t stop what eventually had to happen. This technology has the potential for serious health risks in its proposed classroom applications. The length of exposures will be unprecedented. The children need to be protected. Parents we need your help. Get informed, get involved and stand with us.

  19. #44 by straight from the source on April 9, 2013 - 5:13 pm

    Man you are something else. Where does this all lead?

    • #45 by Joe Imbriano on April 9, 2013 - 10:13 pm

      To somewhere that you and your children should never have to go. Please stay informed and spread the word.

  20. #46 by a mom on April 16, 2013 - 8:11 pm

    I just wish there was some support on this from staff. I just don’t get it. This seems so cut and dry. This can’t be good for young children. The exposure just seems like it is way too much. They already have enough outside of school. At home at least I can regulate it.

    They are so young. This makes me fearful and sometimes I just don’t want to think about it. I know that is not a solution. Is this going on at all of the schools in Fullerton?

  21. #47 by Anonymous on April 19, 2013 - 1:41 pm

    Why do you send your children to public school? Private schools are obviously a better choice.

    • #48 by truth on April 19, 2013 - 4:15 pm

      Not necessarily, they may have wifi in their schools, too. People want to be able to send their children to schools that are nearby and their taxes pay for. We should be able to do that with the expectation that our children are not be harmed in the process.

  22. #49 by Joe Imbriano on July 20, 2013 - 1:01 pm

    Let’s go back to the basics on this post folks. It really is elementary.
    The Fullerton Informer will now move in the direction of exposing how this technology’s proliferation, by design, in my opinion, is severely impacting fertility. Stay tuned ladies and gentleman. You won’t hear this information anywhere else..yet, and yes gang, we aim to change that.

  23. #50 by Anonymous on July 20, 2013 - 3:47 pm

    Makes perfect sense. No one would ever question it up until now.

  24. #51 by amateur night on July 20, 2013 - 4:40 pm

    Yo Joe, ole Barry buddy boy wants WiFi with his coffee, WiFi for the all the kiddees and a DNA sample from everyone last galdarn one of yas. Open wide….

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2013/07/obama_quietly_institutes_mandatory_hiv_testing.html

  25. #52 by JBeck on July 21, 2013 - 8:56 am

    “impacting fertility” = sterilizing?

    • #53 by Joe Imbriano on July 21, 2013 - 11:34 am

      I believe that there is an agenda to impact fertility. Put the following phrase in a search engine: eugenics in America-

      Is the wireless classroom model part of that agenda? Put the following phrase in a search engine: wireless technology and fertility.

      Where is the proof? I believe that you will have the proof after your children spend 12 years in these classrooms and in their wireless homes and attempt to begin a family of their own. If I am wrong, no harm no foul. If I am right well…..I guess they can always adopt. If you want to be grandparents, do your homework. We shall see if these school administrators which continue to ignore the most basic tenets of our arguments, who hide behind what in my opinion, amounts to total disinformation, will address the potential impacts to the reproductive capabilities of our children. Instead of purchasing desktop computers with nice screens and keyboards and hard wiring the computers, the FSD has gone out and chosen to install industrial strength wireless networks with commercial grade routers directly over some childrens desks in all of the classrooms and purchase wireless tablets instead. The school district administrators are the ones who are forcing the children to be needlessly be exposed and subjected to these microwave emissions in the classroom all day as well as at home to do their homework on a device that requires WiFi in the home as well. The FSD doesn’t directly address any claim that has been presented to them in this link. http://www.wifiinschools.com/lausd-testimony.html

      Instead they have deliberately made what in my opnion amounts to, a very misleading press release and preposterous safety claim here: https://thefullertoninformer.com/july-1-2013-fullerton-school-district-releases-report-on-responsible-use-of/
      and put out an RF emissions report that appears to stack up to the others in a very disturbing way: https://thefullertoninformer.com/april-fools-in-july-the-fsds-emf-rf-classroom-emissions-report/

      Who is really being honest in all of this? We have not had one single person from the Board of Trustees or the FSD comment and publicly engage this debate on this website.

      Does anyone in The FSD, The Board of Trustees, or the Acacia Partnership have the level headedness to simply state “So we looked this over….we do not know anything for sure, but why would we risk our children’s health? Nothing is more important than our children’s health”

      Go figure.

  26. #54 by JBeck on July 21, 2013 - 1:54 pm

    Mr. eugenics, himself, bill gates has it all figured out. He wants to use vaccines to lower the population, see 1:50 and forward: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUXNiVW3oc4&feature=player_embedded

    Then, we have the world according to ted turner, who wants “less people”: http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=eugenics+ted+turner&mid=8B536D0F656093E5179B8B536D0F656093E5179B&view=detail&FORM=VIRE4

  27. #55 by A7Wheeler on July 21, 2013 - 4:22 pm

    Mr. Imbriano, could you please specify on what carbonyl iron is and what are the limitations on use of it, please. I’ll be back, this website caught my eye.

    • #56 by Joe Imbriano on July 21, 2013 - 9:46 pm

      It is an elemental form of iron in supplement form that is available over the counter that is much safer than other forms, superior in terms of absorption, uptake, and duration of time that it spends in the body. It also is a microwave absorber. That is the key to its benefit in our modern microwave emission filled world. In terms of limitations on it, the package insert or bottle label should have dosage instructions. All in all it is very safe as long as you follow the directions.

  28. #57 by R.D. on July 22, 2013 - 6:14 pm

    No brainer. Our school district is damaging or children. When will one of them step up? How about Chris Thompson?

    • #58 by Joe Imbriano on July 22, 2013 - 6:29 pm

      The school district doesn’t see it that way RD.
      Dr. Pletka stated in his press release that the wireless classrooms in the FSD are “totally safe for children”. I even have it on good authority that a current as well as past head of several local parent groups heavily involved at Acacia don’t agree with our position that this technology is damaging the children either.

      Look who disagrees with the school district officials and their supporters-these folks didn’t just fall off of the turnip truck:
      http://www.wifiinschools.com/lausd-testimony.html
      http://www.wifiinschools.com/open-letters.html

      Mr. Thompson has offered to work on getting us permission from Dr. Pletka to go into the classrooms to take our own measurements. I have not received a wriiten statement from him in terms of his position on this issue as it relates to the students and the potential dangers and impact to their health.

    • #59 by amateur night on July 23, 2013 - 4:31 pm

      Them there school district edumacated folk spent way too many years gettin’ their cabezas choc full of useless BS. The common folk spent too many years in the desks in these schools so they think we can’t think for ourselves, and that is what they been told by the masters with the funny letters after their last names. They make the decisions for us pal.

      I think these cats have one track minds stuck on making sure that no one or nothin’ gets in the way of their bonanzas eatin’ bacon in Europe, sippin’ wine up north with their name tags on, cream and sugar reputations, high level agendas and shell game retirements. Don’t you be fooled. It ain’t safety first, cuz if it was, this crap woudda never been installed in the classrooms.

      “Totally safe” says Pletka? Is that guy nuts? I think he’s smokin’ banana peels man.

  29. #60 by R.D. on July 23, 2013 - 4:34 pm

    Just like Doc Heehaw, Bankhead, McKinley the current school board sits quiet. They know they have a problem, but refuse to address it. No balls! Recall, recall, recall!

    • #61 by amateur night on July 23, 2013 - 5:02 pm

      R.D., these school board cats just snap their fingers and turn themselves into paper mache dolls while Pletka rolls out the RF report with readings that seemed like they were taken from the friendly skies above the old ostrich farm.

      Business as usual for the old guard in this town. I think that this wireless crap is a whole lot bigger than all these bobble headed claptraps in the joint.

      Recall? You buyin’ buddy? I like mine straight up.

    • #62 by Joe Imbriano on July 23, 2013 - 7:11 pm

      This whole issue is still under lock and key for the most part RD. It is just a matter of time for the school district officials and their loyal fans to keep the lid from blowing off of this story. It will ultimately get to and be up to the parents to decide. We won’t stop until every last one of them gets this side of the story and every year there will be thousands of new ones. Read between the lines.

      Upwards of 15,000 children in the Fullerton School District will be held captive in classrooms that most parents cannot afford to get their children out of. As Dr. Pletka stated and I quote :we cannot guarantee that your child will be free from contact with WiFi energy” you mean radiation Dr. Pletka. This is a direct result of the economic situation and the tax burdens imposed largely to support the very infrastructure that in my opinion, is potentially harming their children. Sure they started with free enrollment, free tuition, and free books for all. Next for some they rolled out access to free health and dental care, then the free lunch, and free after school care. It has come full circle and is now time to pay the piper and hand the children over to become part of the the largest forced irradiation of school children that the world has ever seen.

      You call this fear mongering, and alarmist? There are literally thousands of studies on this very issue out there that will make those of you out there that are in denial out to be absolutely delusional. 1 in 5 children have a mental disorder: http://www.nimh.nih.gov/statistics/1anydis_child.shtml

      Tablets anyone?
      It is all downhill from here folks or is it? http://www.wirelessdevicedangers.com

    • #63 by JBeck on July 23, 2013 - 9:00 pm

      “recall, recall, recall” agreed!

      And, they have no conscience or sense of decency.

      • #64 by Joe Imbriano on July 23, 2013 - 10:09 pm

        Oh, they have a conscience and a sense of decency. Their conscience is a collective one merely melded and shaped by an amalgamation of popular opinion and government mandates. As far as their sense of decency, I believe their silence on this issue as elected representatives lends tremendous insight into what I perceive to be a very relative term in this case. In my opinion, they have nothing to be proud of thus far.

  30. #65 by mom1 on July 26, 2013 - 12:53 pm

    “We 
are
 jeopardizing
 our
 genetic
 material 
and 
the 
lives
 of
 future
 generations,
 closing
 our
 eyes 
to
 the 
fact
 that 
non­thermal
radiation
 causes
 very 
serious
 harm 
from
 the
 frequencies,
 pulses
 and
 the
 modulation 
of
 signals,
irrespective 
of
 heating
effect’,
 the
 means
 by
 which
 ‘safety’
is
 determined 
today.


    Exhibit
 A
–
Research
 on
 Testicular 
Cancer,
 Damaged
 Sperm
 and 
Reduced 
Fertility
 (attached) 
lists
16
 published
 studies
 on
microwave 
radiation’s
 connection 
with
 testicular
 cancer, 
damaged 
sperm
 and 
reduced 
fertility, 
compiled
 by
 Alasdair 
Philips
and
 Graham
 Lamburn,
 leading
 EMF
 experts
 with
 Powerwatch 
(www.powerwatch.org.uk) 
in 
the 
U.K.
 The
 studies
 listed 
paint 
a
 grim
 picture
 for 
young
 men
 and
 boys 
who 
want 
to 
preserve 
fertility
 and
 health 
but
 also
 use 
a
 cell
phone.

    http://www.electromagnetichealth.org


    There 
is
 no 
research 
as 
of
 yet
 on
 the
 effects 
on
 female 
eggs 
or 
egg
 count,
 but
 scientists
 believe
 there 
may
 be
 greater
consequences 
from 
electromagnetic 
field 
exposures 
for 
girls 
and
 young
 women
 since 
eggs 
are
 not
 replenished, 
as 
is
 sperm.
 Instead,
 girls 
have 
a 
fixed
 supply 
of
 eggs
 for 
a
 lifetime.
 We 
are 
jeopardizing
 our 
genetic
 material
 and 
the 
lives
 of
future
 generations,
 closing 
our
 eyes 
to 
the 
fact 
that
 non­thermal 
radiation
 causes 
very
 serious 
harm 
from
 the 
frequencies,
 pulses 
and 
the 
modulation 
of
 signals,
 irrespective
 of 
‘heating
effect’,
 the 
means 
by
 which
 ‘safety’ 
is 
determined 
today.
”

    Source: http://electromagnetichealth.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/Rees-FINAL-PDF-Letter-to-Parents-w-o-exhibit.pdf

    • #66 by Jamie on July 26, 2013 - 5:15 pm

      Yes, but it is all okay because the kids each get to have an iPad!!!

  31. #67 by mom1 on July 26, 2013 - 4:25 pm

    “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”

    -Martin Luther King, Jr.

  32. #68 by mom1 on July 26, 2013 - 4:37 pm

    “Ask
Yourself:

    Based 
on 
the 
fertility 
and 
DNA 
impacts 
of
 microwave
 radiation,
 are
 you 
comfortable
 that 
your 
child 
is
 being
exposed
 to
 this
 radiation 
all 
day 
long
 in 
school?


    Are 
you
 comfortable 
having 
a 
wireless
 router
 on 
in 
your 
home
 when
 your
 child
 returns 
home 
from 
school?

    Are
 you
 OK 
with 
schools 
leasing 
their
 buildings 
or
 rooftops 
to 
the
 telecommunications
 industry 
for
 placement
of
 cell
phone
 antennas 
and
 towers?

”

    Source: http://electromagnetichealth.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/Rees-FINAL-PDF-Letter-to-Parents-w-o-exhibit.pdf

  33. #69 by mom1 on July 26, 2013 - 5:04 pm

    • #70 by Anonymous on July 26, 2013 - 5:19 pm

      Just more fear mongering and pseudoscience from this website. The technology is safe, otherwise the government and the school district would not allow it to be used in the classrooms. Get with the modern world.

  34. #71 by mom1 on July 26, 2013 - 5:12 pm

    If you are on Facebook:

    Campaign for Radiation Free Schools

  35. #72 by Veritas on July 27, 2013 - 9:22 am

    To deny that this is harming our children and ourselves is foolish. For the leaders and school administrators who continue denying it even after being presented with more than 5000 scientific papers/ studies linking biological changes and effects from low-level exposures from microwave/ radio frequency radiation used in wireless signals is in my opinion, criminal.

    http://www.justproveit.net/studies

  36. #73 by Joe Imbriano on July 27, 2013 - 10:52 am

    Attention to all the moms out there. Are the female reproductive capabilities of your daughters on the line? I believe so.
    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20061112155815AAFJg2d. FSD, show us the studies that state that there are no effects on our young girls’ sensitive, developing reproductive areas. What if egg loss is facilitated by low intensity, constant microwave EMF exposure? What if those that remain are being compromised? Have you ever thought about that?

    24 hour microwave emission bombardment of our children at school and at home needs to stop immediately. At least at home you can shut it off. Robert Pletka, your FSD superintendent refuses to shut it off at school. It is up to him as he could but so far he won’t stop it. He says that it “is totally safe for children”. Do you trust this man with your family’s lineage? What about the tech giants that own the alphabet agencies that are supposed to keep them in check? The proliferation of all of this technology is totally out of control. Is something else at work here?

    So why are all the studies out there on sperm only? They are constantly being replaced. But what about the eggs? Girls are born with them. If they are damaged, they are not replaced. So where are all the studies on the effects of low intensity microwave EMF radiation on human eggs? There are none. Why? Does that seem odd? What you don’t know can hurt you. https://thefullertoninformer.com/why-are-we-here/

    As there are no studies on this very issue, I strongly urge all of the parents to immediately stop supplying the test subjects for what in my opinion, amounts to the largest group of http://www.radiationexperimentsonschoolchildren.com that the world has ever seen.

  37. #77 by Sonji on August 12, 2013 - 8:11 pm

    Do all of the children have exposure to wireless in the Fullerton School District?

  38. #78 by 광주 확인 on August 14, 2013 - 11:27 pm

    How can shcool teacher let this happen to children if it not safe? You answer.

  39. #79 by the oracle on October 9, 2013 - 1:38 pm

    Michele Garden :

    Michele Garden :

    The lovely thing about the Fullerton School District is that they will allow you to send your child to whatever school you wish to send them to (as long as there is room there). Perhaps you could find a school that does not use electronic devices as much as the school your child goes to and send them there. In the meantime, in order to be successful in the world of business, science, education, etc., your child MUST become fluent with electronic devices such as computers, Ipads and the like.

    Michele Garden :
    The lovely thing about the Fullerton School District is that they will allow you to send your child to whateve

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