Joe Imbriano on wireless in schools

  1. #1 by anonymous on February 10, 2016 - 8:32 am

    Joe, I heard you say that the current decline in student population is due to the wireless effect on fertility.

    Wireless technology in the classroom is only a few years old. Can you explain how the fertility effect has caused a decrease in population?

  2. #3 by Anonymous on February 10, 2016 - 10:02 am

    The FJUHSD originally voted to place wired technology in the schools. Their about face in light of concerns over the safety of wireless, especially as it relates to the exposure to children is both troubling and nonsensical.

    Why would the school district take totally unnecessary risks with the health of their students?

    It is clear to me that if we want good decisions coming from government that the people must be greatly involved in the process. We can no longer entrust important decisions to mindless/unethical bureaucrats.

    • #4 by Joe Imbriano on February 10, 2016 - 6:05 pm

      I believe they are not only mindless and unethical, they are flat out dangerously evil people. No one can ignore what they have been presented with unless they are all of the aforementioned.

  3. #5 by Anonymous on February 10, 2016 - 2:13 pm

    Iron works well to protect against radiation, but lead is 13 times more effective, and has the benefit of blocking dangerous alpha particles and neutrons from our misguided attempts at nuclear power. Why are our governments so opposed to protecting ourselves from dangerous radiation? We should all be drinking more lead, not less!

    • #6 by Joe Imbriano on February 10, 2016 - 6:04 pm

      If you were genuine and sincerely interested in protecting children, you would understand that forced classroom microwave exposures are what we are referring to as the threat to children.

      They didn’t paint the Stealth Bomber with lead, they painted it with carbonyl iron. Why don’t you get on the right side of things in favor of the children? It is explained right here.

      • #7 by Anonymous on February 11, 2016 - 8:16 am

        You actually believe Lockheed’s Skunk Works engineers, when you actively distrust the Boeing and Northrup ones who worked on the “space” program?

        The stealth bomber was designed to drop nuclear bombs. What do you think protected them from the nuclear radiation, which is far more dangerous and pervasive than the low-power wifi? Lead. Why do you think lead was used in paints during the height of the Cold War? The atheist liberals have been taking away our shielding for decades – this is why autism rates are so high and kids are turning gay at alarming rates.

        You should probably re-evaluate the true threat to our society.

        • #8 by Joe Imbriano on February 11, 2016 - 9:05 am

          No one is dropping nuclear bombs today. You can drink all the lead you want. Just don’t force the children to. Ambient Ionizing radiation levels were tremendously high during the period when operation fish bowl was in progress under operation Dominic. That is when they were detonating high level nuclear explosions in attempts to blow holes in the dome primarily to ‘Break on Through to the Other Side” Those radiation levels combined with the DDT and pesticide dosing of populations gave us the paralytic diseases that then subsequently justified the forced injections of hundreds of millions of people with cancer virus laden vaccines.

          The real threat to us today is what?

  4. #12 by High School math teacher speaks out on wireless radiation on February 12, 2016 - 8:18 am

  5. #13 by Mother Calls For Safe Hardwired Technology in Schools on February 12, 2016 - 8:25 am

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