Launching of the District’s 1:1 Visible Irradiaton Program (VIP)

On March 5th, 2013, we launched this website to end the largest forced irradiation of children that the world has ever known. Millions and millions and millions of hits spanning the globe and all levels of the power structure on the planet indicate that we have struck a nerve. What do we get for our birthday?


Launching of the District’s 1:1 Visible Irradiaton Program (VIP)

Inspiring learners to leverage the arts and innovative technology to create, collaborate, communicate, critically think, and contribute as part of a global community.

Requiring parents to expose their learners while leveraging their own tax money for potentially dangerous wireless technology. What will it create? With whom will the data collaborate and communicate? common core privacy concerns. Will they really critically think as their screen time takes hold instead of them contributing to their local community. Global citizens huh? You don’t say.


Happy Birthday to the Fullerton Informer which began on March 5, 2013,  our mission where we are trying to save every student in the FSD from being provided with an microwave transmitter headed straight for their laps and a router hanging over their heads. Pletka demands that iPads which have NO ETHERNET ports be utilized-excerpt from letter dated 10-3-13 

“Since the use of iPads already occurs during about 90 percent of classroom time at the fifth grade level, your request to remove ________ from class anytime iPads are in use would be educationally detrimental to him and is respectfully denied.” Robert Pletka.

—–Yeah never you mind that 20,000 microwatts of pulse modulated wireless microwave radiation trillions of times the normal background levels in my children’s laps could have been reproductively detrimental to them. Well fortunately they are no longer being forcibly irradiated in Pletka’s program but what about the other 14,000 FSD students condemned to the same electronic sardine cans for 6 hours a day?

In order to ensure that our students are being exposed to the maximum amount of pulse modulated wireless microwave radiation all while using our children to make rich, it appears that the purveyors of this  irrelevant technology desire to impair their learning. Harvard trained pediatric neurologist Dr. Martha Herbert’s take on wireless . This program aims to provide young students with 21st Century student specific skills like looking up answers, using a calculator, watching and playing video games like minecraft, full of content knowledge, and three dimensional thinking illiteracy that will help them be mastered by the technocracy’s multi-dimensional ability to subject its users to an involuntary radiation exposure required in the 21st Century classroom and beyond.

Please feel free to view the 1:1 VIP video by clicking on either the English,Español, or Korean version.

For access to the parent letter containing more information about this new program, please click on one of the following versions – English Español Korean.


There you have it right in front of your eyes ladies and gentlemen. Looks like the iPad has X’d out your children’s offspring in the picture. As if the X box didn’t have that one under lock and key already with the wireless controller in the lap and the transmitter that never sleeps. video game addiction defined

one nation under irradiation with iPads and routers for all

One nation under irradiation with iPads, corrective lenses in the making, video game addictions, possible infertility  and routers for all.

The three dimensional world is no match for highly addictive screens. Next stop, the optometrist.

The microwave transmitters heading for the laps of your children stacked in front of the chairs where the "Fullerton Five" have greenlighted the common core's microwave matrix.

The microwave transmitters heading for the laps of your children stacked in front of the chairs where the “Fullerton Five” have green lighted the common core’s microwave matrix.

Brought to you by : The occupants of the empty black chairs


This is how we do it.

This is how we do it.

Now now children, you must comply and irradiate. We are watching you so we can get the most out of all of you. robert-pletka-recognizing-voltage-potential/


The microwave transmitter in direct proximity to the female ovum.

The microwave transmitter in direct proximity to the female ovum.

X marks the spot. Girls are born with their eggs. What is this high frequency pulse modulated wireless microwave radiation transmitter doing to the longest lived and most important cells in their bodies as it remains there for  hours a day at school and at home every day? what-is-wifi-doing-to-your-daughters

One of the ringleaders looking on as the earpieces act as   conduits of RF emissions to the young developing brains.

One of the ringleaders looking on as the earpieces act as conduits of RF emissions to the young developing brains.

The look of love as this agent of the state complies with the top down mandatory wireless exposure edict from above. She should remember this one as I handed one to her last year:


The tools of the experiment being logged and unpacked.

The tools of the forced irradiation being logged and unpacked.

 Notice the podium where I have spoken repeatedly for this to be stopped pushed aside, flanked by the images of those who could still stop this but choose to ignore the other side of this story.


Is this your tax money turned against your children's reproductive future?

Is this your tax money turned against your children’s reproductive future?

Someone made a nice commission off of this one. Just think of lead flux oozing from the drinking fountains, the empty toilet paper dispensers, the hand dryers’ 10 year old unchanged filters, the rocky road asphalt, the 35 kids crammed into the electronic sardine cans, the furlough days, and the improper spectrum lighting that all the dough spent on these soon to be outdated toys could have repaired, filled, replaced, slurry coated, alleviated, ended or installed.



I won’t even go into how the teacher of the year at Acacia put my son outside to take a test with the gardeners running their equipment in direct proximity with the DOOR CLOSED on a open campus. Of course they deny this happened. Yeah safety glasses for the gardeners and none for my son and what a wonderful environment for him to take a test in. I digress.

Yes as Robert Pletka tells us that this is all “……..totally safe for the children”.  A.S.C.I.P. with their big cheeses, the District’s insurance company, just handed ten grand in tax money over to Pletka’s irradiators and minions for the “excellence in loss control”? Are you out of your mind? So out of 120 school districts, with our forced microwave irradiation of children, an alleged staff induced head injury leading to blindness and a teacher admitting to child molestation, is this the best client A.S.C.I.P’s got? Pretty creepy if you ask me.

2014 ASCIP “Excellence in Loss Control” Award


Fullerton School District is the proud recipient of ASCIP’s 2014 “Excellence in Loss Control Award.” ASCIP (the Alliance for Schools Cooperative Insurance Program) is a coalition of 120 member school districts which work together to provide outstanding insurance, risk management, and loss prevention services specifically targeted for students and schools. With the Award, ASCIP recognizes one district each year that exemplifies the characteristics of a loss control leader by demonstrating a commitment to controlling risk exposures, minimizing losses, and improving the safety of students, staff, and the general public. The Award includes a $10,000 prize to the District.ASCIP recognized Fullerton School District for its proactive approach to risk management, especially in the field of up-front risk assessment. The District was also recognized for its training, implementation of best practices and recommended protocols, sharing of “lessons learned” with other districts, and thinking creatively to come up with out-of-the box solutions.Assistant Superintendent of Business Services, Susan Hume; Risk Manager Laurie Bruneau; and Letty Cortez, Risk Management Specialist, accepted the Award for the District at ASCIP’s annual meeting.

A.S.C.I.P. are the same folks who ordered the RF survey that yielded impossibly low results at Acacia and made us turn off our camera at their meeting which was illegal by the way.Up in Glendale, A.S.C.I.P  hired the same firm, Executive Environmental. The chief executive officer of that company was questioned by a school board member during a presentation on the safety of WiFi at a publicly broadcast school board meeting. The board member is a dentist and she wanted to know why WiFi was banned in certain European countries.  A.S.C.I.P’s contractor DIDN’T KNOW THE ANSWER! ITS ON CAMERA. IS THAT A.S.C.I.P. CONTRACTOR EXEMPLIFYING LOSS CONTROL? 


Ginsborg is the one who did the RF survey for A.S.C.I.P. over at Acacia earlier this year and is the advisor to the FSD. Schulze is known as Schulzee or R Schuzle on this blog’s comment section. We had a post dedicated to him and his tactics:

The following is an excerpt from  an incredible web site:

“Certainly, our schools should, at the very least, provide choice: designate some schools in every CA school district that are free from wireless signals.

Here are some comments at 39:30 – 42:10 in the 3/12/14 recording of “Today on Your Call: How are digital devices affecting children’s health?” at It was a direct appeal to KALW General Manager, Matt Martin, that ensured that my call was put on the air. Joe Imbriano’s comment about Wi-Fi being forced exposure is 0:40 long and can be found at 42:20 – 43:00 in the program.

We also want to communicate some strategies parents could use to challenge their federal, state and local government officials to get them to enforce existing CA Education code that says whenever improvements are made to school facilities, the school must not introduce toxins or known carcinogens into their facilities, our children’s learning environments. RF/EMF microwave radiation from all sources (including Wi-Fi) was designated as a Class 2B carcinogen in May, 2011 by the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer. (Details at Our schools can no longer legally pump this toxic, carcinogenic substance (electricity though the air) into classrooms. Using wired connectivity instead eliminates this problem completely.

Here are several  important points:

[1] The total cumulative amount of RF/EMF microwave radiation in any classroom is what really matters — radiation from all sources: routers, access point and devices.

[2] The FCC RF/EMF microwave radiation guideline is meaningless because it does not consider total cumulative radiation and only applies to one device; it does not consider the total cumulative radiation from all wireless devices in the room.

[3] Senior engineers at the FCC and OSHA have agreed, in writing, how to calculate total cumulative microwave radiation exposure from any wireless device: the peak power density measured 18″ from the device times the total number of pulses transmitted by each antenna of each wireless device over the entire school day times the length (in fractions of seconds) of the duration of each pulse. When you plug in real numbers, the totals are staggering: at least 8 times higher than the current adult maximum public exposure guideline for RF/EMF microwave radiation for every school day (

[4] We have a Watt problem in our country. Watts, delivered over time, is the measure of how much electricity we use. People, in general, are confused about what is a high power (many Watts) and what is low power (fractions of Watts). We falsely think that a bright 100-Watt light bulb is high power and a dim 25-Watt light bulb is low power. The truth is anything in the range of 1-150 Watts is hugely-high power compared to the electricity our bodies use every day to run our heart, our muscles, our kidneys and our brains.

Our cells operate at picoWatts or one trillionth of a Watt. Said another way it takes ten trillion picoWatts to equal 10 watts, which is the the amount of electricity our FCC guideline allows each Wi-Fi device to shoot into the air and through our children’s brains and bodies at over six million miles per hour. It is not at all surprising that electricity that is

[a] ten trillion times higher than natural levels, and that

[b] shoots through our children at over six million miles per hour

might cause their cells to misfire. You think? That’s what’s happening all day long in classrooms with wireless connectivity. Wireless connectivity creates hazardous conditions for our children.

Wi-Fi is electricity sprayed into the air at very high speeds. It is designed to penetrate through wood, concrete and our children. So if our children are allowed to get 10 watts of electricity through the air from one device, what if we have 24 devices in a classroom? That is 240 watts. Do you want 240 Watts of electricity shooting through your children’s brains and bodies, six hours a day, 180 days per year?

What are our school officials thinking? Wireless signals at the very same levels in classrooms today was used as a weapon in World War II. Our leaders and industry lobbyists just conveniently forgot about that. Apparently, it is more important to have a robust economy based on wireless signals than it is to protect our children’s brains, bodies and future fertility.

Using wired connectivity in schools to distribute our internet traffic through Ethernet wires eliminates this problem. Wired connectivity offers over 15 times higher bandwidth and much greater security at a lower cost, compared to wireless. It is a proven solution that exists today.

I hope I get a future opportunity at either KALW or some other venue to communicate these critically important points. All of us need to understand what is at stake here.”



Can this dichotomy get any more bizarre?

This photo also appeared on Pletka’s Facebook page a few months ago. Are they telling us something here?

Is this the new clothing line for the wireless generation? I find this photo a rather odd choice here and on Pletka's facebook page where it first appeared several months ago. Strange taste Bob.

Is this the new clothing line for the wireless generation?


                   Ladies and gentlemen, the agenda marches on and so do we. Happy 1 year anniversary from all of us at The Fullerton Informer and thanks for stopping by.

    • #2 by acacia parent on March 28, 2014 - 12:33 pm

      Joe have you read this?

      Look what Hilda Sugarman has to say. Very telling.

      • #3 by Joe Imbriano on March 29, 2014 - 12:00 am

        Thank you for that link.

        • #4 by Anonymous on March 29, 2014 - 8:14 pm

          I think you should make issue of her statement. Most parents that I know wish their children would spend LESS time on their iPads and not more.

      • #5 by amateur night on April 10, 2014 - 7:40 am

        Me wonders what her hubby thinkest of such crackpot statement. Ahhhh the new wireless teddy bears for da kiddies with da nice purdy colors for the children, yes the luvable iPads under da pillows. Ah da iPads. Ah da glasses. I am five years old and I can’t see where I left da teddy.

        • #6 by Joe Imbriano on April 10, 2014 - 8:11 am

          If my wife was publicly condemning children to being forcibly exposed to a class 2b carcinogen as a condition of receiving an education, and then bragging about it along with recommending 24/7 exposure in the newspaper, I would demand that she have her head examined. I cannot speak for these individuals but I can only wonder what kind of material these so called pillars of this community are comprised of.

          I know that prescribing dangerous statin drugs or bone dissolving steroids is par for the course in rheumatology. I continue to watch in horror what these allopaths are doing by drugging the masses while ignoring the causes of these chronic conditions.

          Managing and not preventing disease is just another part of this

          This local couple kind of reminds me of the dichotomy of Barry Soetoro, I mean Barak Obama pushing to irradiate the school children while his wife Michelle tries to clean up the lunch program.

          Sadly, many believe that our leaders and these white coats are their salvation. The Manhattan project is alive and well in Fullerton and at St Jude.

          Allopathic medicine continues to ignore the elephants in the room. This is a profitable but immoral business model.

        • #7 by his 2 cents? on April 10, 2014 - 2:40 pm

          Polymyalgia rheumatica etiology unknown

  1. #9 by amateur night on March 1, 2014 - 6:13 am

    Oh da balloons, how special.

  2. #10 by Anonymous on March 1, 2014 - 7:29 am

    damn straight!

  3. #11 by PTA? on March 1, 2014 - 8:20 am

    Yes, and the PTA is aiding and abetting the irradiation of the children.

    Nice group of parents and teachers.

    • #12 by parents? on April 1, 2014 - 4:19 pm

      The parents don’t care — bottom line.

  4. #13 by hard times ahead on March 1, 2014 - 9:57 am

    People are too far gone. Look around. They are too stupid and no one cares about anything. You are wasting your time. Go take your family on a vacation or something. Give it up.

  5. #14 by amateur night on March 1, 2014 - 10:09 am

    Schulzepoo’s doin’ it for the PTA honeys.

  6. #15 by OC Registor on March 1, 2014 - 11:48 am

    Does Mr. Aaron Kushner, owner and publisher of the OC Register, know that his willingness to help out the OC schools is helping to fund the wireless classrooms?
    Here is the article:

    Does Mr. Kushner know that many medical doctors, researchers, and scientists have implored the schools to use WIRED TECHNOLOGY? Here it is, Mr. Kushner:

    Has OC Supt. Mijares told Mr. Kushner of the critical health issues to the children and teachers?

    Does Mr. Kushner know that many times parents and community have presented this information to the Fullerton School District trustees, but the trustees will not respond?

    Mr. Kushner, don’t you think we should apply the Precautionary Principle and err on the side of caution for the children?

    • #16 by amateur night on March 30, 2014 - 6:24 am

      Kushy boy is in the propaganda business not the news business. Lots a dough behind propaganda.

      • #17 by Kushner? on March 30, 2014 - 3:43 pm

        The OC Register sale of propaganda may be coming to an end soon. They are failing, financially.

        • #18 by 33 degrees of separation on April 1, 2014 - 11:17 am

          Too big to fail. The show must and will go on.

          Look at the ask the teacher section as it is clearly pushing common core and technology. Lou Ponsi is no stranger to propaganda and it is not surprising to see him rear his head in the column.

  7. #19 by anonymous on March 1, 2014 - 7:26 pm

    So, “OC Register,” why don’t you call or email him and let him KNOW!!!

  8. #20 by penchant for change on March 3, 2014 - 12:23 pm

    Follow the money. Hit them in the pocketbook. I need not repeat myself. They will stop at nothing. They are there for all the wrong reasons. The kids come last.

    • #21 by amateur night on March 4, 2014 - 6:35 pm

      They stop at nothing? They do too. They stop at the wine tastings, the wine auctions and all the photo ops. Oh da balloons.

  9. #22 by Infowarrior on March 4, 2014 - 9:59 pm

    No one would ever knowingly adopt common core standards muchless a wireless delivery system if they truly understood the big picture.

    • #23 by Anonymous on March 4, 2014 - 7:01 pm

      or evil

  10. #24 by Joe Imbriano on March 4, 2014 - 10:11 pm

    As you can see, the test adopted by Canada, FCC and others has
    nothing to do with human biology. THE GRID, ROUTERS AND ANTENNAS WERE
    ALSO LEFT OUT OF THE SAR TEST. I have a double science background as
    an electrical professional as well as a second credential in building

    “Temperature is an important consideration in electricity as well as
    engineering but we used calculators for temperature consideration. I
    did both science backgrounds specifically to compliment an extensive
    background in thermography applications going back 34 years.”

    “The basic restrictions in Safety Code 6 are adopted by most other
    nations, since all recognized standard-setting bodies use the same
    scientific data. Governments, municipalities, utility commissions,
    schools, energy providers, corporations, etc refer to Safety Code 6
    before implementing wireless technologies. Safety Code 6 states the
    predominant health effect to be avoided is then unintentional
    stimulation of tissue or the heat effect. Experimental studies show it
    can lead to nerve and muscle stimulation”

    “As government trained electrical professionals with credentials
    recognized provincially and nationally, we were contacted by Canadian
    Parliament’s Standing Committee on Health and asked to testify for the
    committee in October, 2010. We substantiated the mechanism linking the
    frequencies to adverse health effects which causes the unintentional
    stimulation of tissue, heat effect and the peer reviewed science was
    electricity. As a result, the frequencies violated Safety Code”

    “When it comes to wireless exposure, here is a picture of the
    Specific Absorption Rate used to determine the dosage of
    electromagnetic radiation. See the cellphone against the head and the
    temperature probe in the top of the head where liquid is poured?”

    “The electromagnetic induction of people or ecosystems is to be
    avoided because electromagnetic induction is the same way we create
    electricity except in this case human biology or ecosystems already
    have their own electrical properties.”

    Posted by Thermo Guy under General “

    • #25 by Joe Imbriano on March 4, 2014 - 10:17 pm


      These frequencies are a biological and frequency weapon as applied. The correct term isn’t EHS, it is electrocution. Share this with whom you will, governments never should have allowed this to happen.-

      I am only speaking in my qualified professional capacity. I lead teams that lecture medicine, work at operation’s level for fire, military, etc. We were cleared to consult after 9/11 on issues the whole world missed with the point being we are part of all teams.

      Go to and you will see more applicable links for you. Today we are addressing much more.

      Each wireless circuit is different but meters have 2 antennas. One for the wireless access network(grid) and the other for the HAN(Home Access Network)

      The WAN network is the 900 MHz range and the HAN is the zigbee or Wi-Fi frequencies(2.4 GHz.

      FortisBC engineer Mark Warren confirmed under direct cross examination from me that they will cover 6564 sq. miles or 17,000 sq. kms with the grid 900 MHz. They also confirmed they have plans for multiple wireless devices inside the home at 2.4 GHz. That means everyone in the EMF is being hit, not a selective bunch that as sensitive.

      The grid substantiates they will deploy blanket coverage which will hit ALL buildings and infrastructure. That negates all bullshit related to the meter bases reflecting the frequencies away from the building. FortisBC admitting the multiple devices inside the building further radiates everything and everyone inside the building.

      The FortisBC application went forward as expected or the BCUC would have to reverse the BC Hydro smart meter program.

      For me as a thermal radiation consultant at atomic and molecular levels, Non Thermal effects mean absolute zero or -459 deg. F or -273 deg C. Any temperature above that relates to ALL matter and can be seen. It continues to be horrific that people are arguing the Specific Absorption Rate which isn’t applicable science, it is in fact an admission that currents are being induced.

      Keep in mind the 900 MHz electromagnetic fields are expanding and collapsing inside bodies(including a fetus), buildings, infrastructure, pets 1.8 billion times per second 86,400 times every 24 hours. Wi-Fi(2.4 GHz) in homes or schools is not affecting a few sensitive people, it is electrocuting them slowly except those EMFs are expanding and collapsing 4.8 billion times per second.

      Separate of human exposure the Specific Absorption Rate isn’t applicable science for building exposure and can NOT be used to negate the jurisdictional authority of the municipality ot bypass professional engineers. When we design buildings, there is nothing in code related to the SAR and the interaction with buildings(including schools) violates building codes.

      Page 9, paragraph 2 of Safety Code 6 states causation is missing linking the frequencies to adverse health effects. That requires the technical qualifying of how the EMFs interact with atoms and molecules. Causation was qualified at the FortisBC oral hearings, it was a shame to see both sides of the discussion argue the plastic head(SAR) which is absolute garbage science.”


      Curtis Bennett
      Chief Science Officer
      Interprovincial Journeyman Electrician(Red Seal)
      Building Construction Engineering Technologist
      Adjunct Faculty(Medical Education) for IHF & GEDI
      Thermal Radiation Professional – 35 years
      35 Years – Most Advanced Thermography Applications at Atomic & Molecular Levels(lectured in education)

  11. #26 by Anonymous on March 5, 2014 - 5:57 am

    This issue pitts husband against wife, friends against friends, parents against school officials, and worst of all PARENTS AGAINST THEIR OWN FLESH AND BLOOD-THEIR CHILDREN.

    Joe, ignore the deniers and don’t let them blame you for what they have only themselves to blame. You are just the messenger. Shame on everyone who is abandoning these kids, including the parents. They don’t give a damn about the kids, just their cars, homes and careers. How sick!

  12. #27 by school districts gag ball on March 5, 2014 - 3:50 pm

    • #28 by amateur night on March 5, 2014 - 4:55 pm

      oh da balloons

  13. #29 by "they knew" on March 5, 2014 - 9:15 pm

    By William Thomas

    Corporate Governments have covered up RF and Microwave hazards for 60 years.

    1950’s: Researchers conducted experiments on the effects of microwave radiation. Their report contained this statement: “If this paper becomes known around the world, it will threaten military and commercial investments.” [WEEP News Aug 28/10]

    1960’s: Studies conducted on the effects of microwaves on DNA. [Penn State University Jan 20/01]

    Prior to July 1971: More than 2,300 documents show Bioeffects of Radio Frequency Radiation.

    “By 1971 we knew everything that needed to be known,” says microwave weapons expert Barrie Trower.

    1972: U.S. Naval Medical Research Institute documents detrimental health effects from microwave and radio-frequency radiation.

    1976: Summary of U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency research warns of lack of concentration, menstrual disorders, headaches and irritability following microwave exposure. The Pentagon report adds: “This should be kept secret to preserve industrial profit.”

    By late 1998: It was known that blood cells exposed to cell phone radiation suffer genetic damage, forming micronuclei at absorption levels below the government’s “safety” guidelines. Micronuclei are fragmented cells that can no longer repair themselves and are considered to be “biological markers” for cancer. [ June 18/10]

    1999: Health Canada commissioned the Royal Society of Canada to review of the health risks associated with wireless communication devices. The nation’s top peer-reviewed scientists found biological health effects from the resulting microwave radiation – including the specific frequencies currently used in Wi-Fi school classrooms – at levels well below established “safe” guidelines. [WEEP News Aug 28/10]

    2003: British researchers demonstrated that cell phone radiation changes the shape of brain proteins, causing them to clump together and form pathological protein fibrils like those found in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

    See recent videos and media stories here. (Special thanks to Martin Weatherall & WEEP)

  14. #30 by Joe Imbriano on March 5, 2014 - 10:00 pm

    On March 5th, 2013 I launched this site. The first week we had a total of 78 hits.

    One year later, on March 5th 2014 we are logging 30,000 hits a day originating from thousands and thousands of unique visitors. I don’t discuss traffic very often but it is our birthday and we have a lot to celebrate. Awareness is growing and those in the indefensible positions of defending this experiment will find the tide of public opinion turning on them a lot sooner than they ever imagined.

    Yes,they knew alright. Now a lot more people know the other side of this story. The largest forcible irradiation of school children the world has ever known has expanded its reach to millions more children than when we began. In the Fullerton School District, one year later, Janet Morey has reached a milestone of her own. In her own words today, in a Fullerton classroom, she admitted that “all of her hard work had finally paid off and …. isn’t using an iPad much better than using a pencil and paper…? ”

    There is nothing like asking kids if they want more candy and if they say yes, then making the correlation that it is good for them. She should be asking all the scientists that I have sent her information from, not the kids who want to watch you tube or play video games during and after school.

    Yes, I believe her hard work has paid off in a big way and I will bet that she is clueless as to what the payoff will be. I believe that the students will certainly find out the hard way in a couple of years. With Pletka’s statement of total safety, so will the taxpayers as they will be on the hook for decades.

    I had a rather intriguing, in depth discussion with a colleague of mine up in LA last week who works in Oncology. Testicular cancer in young males has become an epidemic unlike anything she has seen in her 36 year career.

    I also had another intriguing in depth discussion with another colleague of mine down in San Diego who specializes in fertility. Business is outstripping the supply of care. Infertility among very young women is going through the roof and is creating a growth industry at an unprecedented pace.

    Ladies and gentlemen, I believe we are just now seeing the results of yesterdays fully mature teenagers’ use of laptops for last several years along with wireless video game controllers in their laps and cell phones in their pockets. The age range of these individuals is from 18-25.

    We are about to reap the whirlwind with the fruits of Ms. Morey’s labor with the iPads in the laps of extremely young, vulnerable, underdeveloped kindergarten all the way to 8th graders. Robert Pletka has been right by her side.

    Fear mongering? You may believe that to be the case. Anectdotal or circumstantial evidence? Perhaps. You be the judge. Do me a favor ladies. Next time you are getting your hair or nails done, ask them how many people do they know that can’t get pregnant or who have children on the spectrum.

    30 years ago, “a girl in trouble is a temporary thing” was being beamed over the airwaves because back then, as fertility was alive and well, it was being consciously thwarted via petrochemical pharmaceutical administration. If you skipped a day on the dial, then the result was chased down with mifepristone, methotrexate, or vacuum aspiration.

    Today, it is the fertility clinics, that our women are flocking to and not the abortion clinics.

    Today, it is the oncologist’s offices that the men parade in and out of more and more.

    And to think that the wave coming at us in the next 10-15 years with these irradiated young children will not be a tsunami, is delusional.

    The handwriting is on the wall and they knew. They keep putting more handwriting on the wall because they know.

    2.4 GHz is the one frequency out of the trillions of frequencies that the devices being deployed operate on to irradiate the children. It just so happens to be the precise, carefully chosen frequency at which the essence of our very life itself, water, undergoes its maximum dielectric loss-right at 2.4 GHz.

    You see, you can no longer get an education in The Fullerton School district unless you are willing to subject your children to unprecedented levels of wireless radiation that has never been proven to be safe for children. Thanks Janet. Yes, your hard work has made work for all of us and the parents a lot harder. You should be proud.

    One year later, the journey of The Fullerton Informer continues to take us deeper and deeper into the heart of The Twilight Zone to try to find a way to get these kids out. What a cast of characters and what a year it has been. We will not stop until we put an end to the largest forced irradiation of children that the word has ever known. Ladies and gentlemen, on that you have my word.

  15. #31 by Acacia PTA on March 6, 2014 - 6:08 am

    For a whole year, you have been hard at work suppressing, negating the scientific evidence. You wanted to make sure that the parents never found out about or took seriously these health harms and it looks like you have succeeded; the school has been effectively locked down on this information.

    What about the kids, though?

  16. #32 by Please read & pass this on . . . on March 6, 2014 - 1:30 pm

    Safety first with our school technology

    Be informed + Take action

    Please visit us and pass it on:

    Thank you,
    Fullerton Community For Safe School Technology

  17. #33 by donkey show on March 6, 2014 - 8:01 pm

    what a bunch of blithering morons blowing their wad. They should all be fired.

  18. #36 by Joe Imbriano on March 6, 2014 - 10:47 pm

    “People can get caught in the straight-jackets of their professions. They have vested interests in not straying too far from the accepted notions of their group/profession, even if that group is comprised of well-meaning RF/EMF activists. The target audience for my message is my (mostly uninformed) members of my community, not the RF/EMF activists at-large.

    With that as an introduction, I know my approach is a bit different than most in the movement. Math and science are my strong suits.

    I didn’t just buy GigaHerz Solutions meters, I attended the one week training from to make sure I knew everything I could about how to properly measure and mitigate RF/EMF microwave radiation. I devoured the info at, and had multiple conversations with James Cassata, Executive Director of the NCRP, Edwin Mantiply of the FCC OET, and Jeffery Lodwick of Federal OSHA as I shepherded an OSHA claim against my school district through the system in July/August 2013. I insisted on reaching agreement, in writing, on how one should calculate total cumulative RF/EMF microwave radiation exposure before OSHA compared this total to any existing standards. OSHA closed the claim in September 2013, but I exited with agreement to the calculations.

    I will use these agreed-to calculations as a wedge to open the door to shed light on the fallacies of our country’s current FCC RF/EMF microwave radiation exposure guideline. Newton’s law of conservation energy of helps us: his law states that the total energy of an isolated system cannot change — it is said to be conserved over time. Therefore, energy may be transformed from one form to another, but it cannot be created or destroyed. Energy is a fuzzy term; physicists instead use the more specific term of Work, defined as power delivered over time.

    We don’t have to convince bureaucrats to change the FCC guideline; we just need to convince our community that the guideline cannot be relied upon because it is not protective, not reflective of current scientific understanding and based on three falsehoods:

    1. The Fallacy of Spatial Averaging: power density drops by the square of the distance from the antenna, but the actual power of any single stream of pulses does not significantly drop over the first 50 feet.

    2. The Fallacy of Temporal Averaging: peak power is hundreds or thousands of times higher than reported average power; our cells are reacting to these peaks or spikes.

    3. The Fallacy of Heat Dissipation: the biggest lie is that the only effect we need to be concerned about is heating of one’s tissue. This has been scientifically disproven for over 40 years. There are many cellular effects observed at levels much lower than a level that would cause heating.

    The following page tries to put this argument in lay-person’s terms:

    A basic 15 minute video intro (no slides) of my argument can be viewed here (which may require a Silverlight plug-in):

    skip to 10:00 to 25:00 in the video. The calculations that follow in that early presentation have been revised, based on what I learned in July/August 2013.

    Here is the logic for the current calculations on my web site in lay person’s terms:

    Watts are derived units of power:
    One watt = rate of work done when one ampere (A) of current flows through an electrical potential difference of one volt (V).

    Joules are units of work: power delivered over time
    One joule = One watt * 1 second = One watt-second (this is how your utility calculates kilowatt-hours on your utility bill)

    One microwatt is a one-millionth of a watt (a measurement of power at an instant of time)

    One microjoule is one-millionth of a watt-second (a measurement of power delivered over time)

    Units, summarized
    1 Joule = 1 Watt-second
    1 µJ = 1/1,000,000 Joule = 1/1,000,000 Watt-second
    1 Watt = 1 Joule per second
    1 µW = 1/1,000,000 Joule per second = 1/1,000,000 Watt-second per second

    The inputs are easy to measure and to derive from manufacturers’ specs:
    t = the total number of seconds a subject spends in front of a wireless antenna when the antenna is on and operating

    x = the number of pulses per second that the antenna transmits its beacon signals, per the manufacturer’s specs

    y = near-field peak power density measurement 18″ from the antenna (x microwatts per square meter, measured with a GigaHertz Solutions directional antenna, using the meter’s peak-hold function)

    z = duration of each pulse (in fractions of seconds), per manufacturer specs

    Total Cumulative RF/EMF Microwave Radiation Calculation
    To calculate R = Total cumulative RF/EMF microwave radiation work (power delivered over time) from the beacon signals from one wireless access point, use the following:

    Total number of pulses = t * x
    Power of each pulse = y * z
    R = (t * x) * (y * z) = Total number of pulses * Power of each pulse

    Next, assign real values to each variable:

    t = 21,600 seconds = 60 seconds/minute x 60 minutes/hour x 6 hours
    x = 100 pulses/second (from mfg. specs)
    y = 17,500 µW/m2 (from meter reading)
    z = 2/1000 seconds/pulse (from mfg. specs)

    Total number of pulses = t * x = 21,600 seconds * 100 pulses/second = 2,160,000 pulses

    Power of each pulse = y * z = 17,500 µW/m2 * 2/1000 seconds/pulse = 35 µW-seconds/(m2 * pulse) = 35 µJ/(m2 *pulse)

    R = 2,160,000 pulses * 35 µW-seconds/(m2 * pulse)= 75,600,000 µW-seconds/m2 = 75,600,000 µJ/m2

    Once we know the inputs, we can calculate the total cumulative RF/EMF microwave radiation exposure for each wireless device (router, access point, tablet, chromebook and laptop). Importantly, these exposures are additive: the more wireless devices around us, the higher the exposure and the more data transmitted, the higher the exposure. That is why choosing to stream a video wirelessly is the most dangerous RF/EMF microwave radiation choice anyone can make.

    In the end, we have Apples (total cumulative power over time) and Oranges (the FCC maximum public exposure guideline):

    Apples = 75,600,000 µW-seconds/m2 = the total cumulative amount of RF/EMF power delivered over six hours
    Oranges = 10,000,000 µW/m2 = an instantaneous measurement of RF/EMF power, which says nothing about power delivered over time

    It is self-evident to each of us that total exposure over time is what really matters: 30 minutes of unprotected exposure to mid-day sun may give us a sun tan, but several hours of unprotected exposure to mid-day sun would most likely give us a sun burn. Same thing happens when we cook a potato in a microwave oven: 100% power x 5 minutes = one cooked potato and 50% power x ten minutes also = one cooked potato. It doesn’t help to know just the instantaneous measurement of power density. That is meaningless. You need to know the total power delivered over time and if this amount of Work (power delivered over time) is sufficient to achieve the effect.

    The fact that the FCC guideline has no concept of total power delivered over time is insane. Yes, it sounds as if the guideline deals with time (a nominal 30 minute period for public exposure and a nominal 6-minute period for occupational exposure), but that is merely a convention used to ease the measurement process. Press the FCC on this and they will admit that they view the FCC guideline as an amount of RF/EMF microwave radiation (10,000,000 µW/m2) that one can receive indefinitely, 24/7, forever for each wireless device in the room. What if there are 24 wireless devices in the room totaling 240,000,000 µW/m2? The FCC guideline does not address this. The guideline cannot be relied upon to protect anyone.

    Where is my logic wrong? Because I am comparing Apple to Oranges? Is my allegedly nonsensical comparison any less nonsensical than relying on the current FCC guideline to protect anyone?

    Apples = 75,600,000 µW-seconds/m2
    Oranges = 10,000,000 µW/m2

    75,600,000 is 7.5 times higher than 10,000,000. That’s my claim that opens the door that shines light on the fallacies of the FCC maximum public exposure guideline.

    What do you think? What could I do to improve the argument?”


    Paul McGavin
    President, InterSight, LLC




  19. #37 by Anonymous on March 8, 2014 - 3:01 pm

    I made the WAP-v-Switch.pdf spreadsheet exhibit from 5:15 to 5:45 pm on 1/14/14, after reviewing the details of the $748,000+ AMS.NET contract for about two hours from 2:30 am to 4:30 pm on 1/14/14 — the only time I was allowed access to the details of the contract, despite my CA Public Records request for the full contract.

    I tried to highlight one glaring example during the 1/14/14 school board meeting (video of the meeting is at that demonstrated that the contract was wasteful, so the school board members would table the vote on the contract and bring it back on the agenda on 1/28/14, which would give the board and the public the time both needed to analyze the contract and make any needed changes.

    The total cost of the Cisco/Meraki MR16 Wireless Access Point (WAP) increases over time, because it charges the school a licensing fee every three years just to run each unit. The price increase as time passes, hence the three columns. The Linksys SE2800 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch is much less expensive: it remains a one-time cost of $50.00 because it has no recurring licensing fees.

    Best viewed with monospace font:

    Unit Prices Year 1 Year 4 Year 7
    ——– ——— ———-
    Meraki MR16 WAP $784.00 $1,024.81 $1,265.62

    Linksys SE2800 Switch $ 50.00 $ 50.00 $ 50.00

    The wireless access point serves more students than the wired 8-port switch, which is why I created the second set of columns and made some assumptions about numbers of users, so we could have an apples-to-apples comparison, using the mid-point price of $1,024.81 for the Meraki MR16 WAP and the $50 price for the Linksys SE2800 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch:

    Mbps Users Mbps/User $/User
    ——- ——— ———- ——
    Meraki MR16 WAP 600 80 7.5 $12.81

    Linksys SE2800 Switch 1000 8 125.0 $ 6.25

    Note: Mbps is megabits per second, not MBps, which is Megabytes per second.
    1000 Mbps = 1000/8 = 125 MBps
    125 Mbps = 125/8 = 15.6 MBps (about 11 of the old 1.4 MB diskettes per second)
    7.5 Mbps = 7.5/8 = 0.9 MBps (less than one old 1.4 MB diskette per second)

    1. On a per unit basis, the Linksys SE2800 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch already offers much more bandwidth to students (1,000 Mbps is 1.67 times more bandwidth than 600 Mbps): bandwidth that will eventually be distributed among the students.

    2. On a per user basis, the Linksys SE2800 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch offers offers even more bandwidth per student (125 Mbps is 16.7 times more bandwidth than 7.5 Mbps), which is more of an apples-to-apples comparison.

    3. On a per user basis, if the school district standardizes on Linksys SE2800 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switches, it will be spending less than half ($6.25 is 49% of $1,024.81, using the year 3 price and 39% of $15.82, using the year 7 price) and get 17 times more bandwidth per student compared to Cisco/Meraki MR16 Wireless Access Points.

    This proves that wired is better than wireless because it offers much better value for greater bandwidth, much better internet security and safety for all students.

    Wireless Networks Are Not Secure
    An under-appreciated aspect of wireless networks is how utterly easy it is for any predator to park his/her car in the public right of way in front of a school and capture all of the school’s traffic on the wireless network. The predators could not do this on a wired network.

    Schools and school districts have a legal duty to provide a safe learning environment for its students and teachers. That means safe from internet predators as well as safe for the students’ physical health. Choosing to run wireless networks in schools compromises both. Any predator can easily park their car on the public right of ways next to any school, plug in a USB adapter to their laptop, set the packet inspection software (WildPackets, WireShark and many others) to listen in promiscuous mode and intercept all of the traffic flowing on the school’s wireless network, encrypted or not. Predators are seeking plain-text transmissions, in the sea of encrypted traffic so they can target individual log-ins, accounts and passwords. The weakest link in network security are the users. The weakest users are students. They are at the most risk.

    You eliminate this risk completely if you decide to run a wired network instead.

    This is all well-explained here in ‘This Week in Enterprise Tech #56’: –> Skip to 0:51:36 to 1:06:00

    The following image from a Wildpackets product demonstration . . .

    illustrates that the data traffic (and therefore the µJ/m2 from this data traffic) on wireless networks can far exceed (over 10x) the beacon signals from the WAP itself.

    . . . Joe Habib, Director of Global Services at WildPackets, explains how easy it is for any third party to capture data packets from wireless networks such as those implemented by the Sonoma County Office of Education districts. This inherent insecurity of wireless networks that Joe highlights is yet another reason why schools should not run wireless networks on their campuses at all.

    What’s happening in kindergartens today?
    On 3/7/14 @ 3:38 pm, Joe Imbriano wrote to Paul McGavin:
    This is a kindergarten and this IS INSANE.

    Inline image 1

    Hank, those are $600+ iPads 12-18″ from 5-6 year old students who are getting exposed to 20,000+ µJ/m2 of RF/EMF microwave radiation that may permanently damage their DNA, make their blood brain barriers leak, cause reproductive harm, increase their chance of contracting cancer in 7-10 years, when they reach high school, and may sentence some of these students to a life-long allergy to electrical signals, constraining their freedoms and earning capacities throughout the rest of their lives. Yeah, I think Joe has it right. That sounds insane to me. Why? You could eliminate this problem completely by buying lower cost tablets/Chromebooks with wired connectivity options and implement a wired network instead, saving oodles of money in the process.

    Apple Inc. is A Big Part of the Problem
    Apple iPads offer no wired networking option since Apple has chosen not to implement the dead-simple device-to-USB-to-Ethernet function on their iPads, unlike nearly all other less-expensive tablets/laptops/NetBooks/Chromebooks in the market that offer the simple device-to-USB-to-Ethernet function.

    This makes the Apple iPad the most dangerous educational product in the world for young children and the iPad represents the tail wagging the dog: the iPad is driving schools into expanding their wireless networks instead of improving the bandwidth of their existing wired networks at a much lower cost.

    For the health and safety of our children, the State of CA needs to apply copious pressure on Apple computer to create a Lightning-to-USB-to-Ethernet adapter and the software driver that would enable it to work. The health of many of our children rests on this corporate decision. Where is this pressure on Apple? Encouraging/incentivizing/requiring CA schools to run only wired networks would be the bold and right thing to do — and would send a clear signal to Apple Computer to care about the safety of children.

    From a health and safety perspective, streaming video to an iPad exposes users/students to 20,000+ µW/m² of RF/EMF microwave radiation within an 18-24″ radius of the device. Why? There are at least 5 hidden send/receive antennas in the iPad and students use them for longer, continuous periods of time. If the iPad offered a wired USB-to-Ethernet option, which it does not, all of this RF/EMF exposure could be avoided. Instead, select one of the other tablets, listed below, that offer a wired USB-to-Ethernet option. Here are the iPad’s hidden antenna locations:

    2 antennas for cell reception: 1 in black RF/EMF strip at top and 1 attached to the LCD frame.
    2 antennas for Wi-Fi/Bluetooth, 1 in Apple logo and 1 to the left of dock connector at bottom.
    1 antenna for GPS antenna in black RF/EMF window across the top.

    Next Steps
    Let’s all wake up and realize that the continuous, voluntary, toxic pollution of RF/EMF microwave radiation is this generation’s second-hand smoke and the ConnectEd/Race to the Top/Common Core Wireless initiatives is just as bad, if not worse than marketing cigarettes to children. Do we have to wait another 7-10 years to realize our myopia? Ask yourself, how many students and teachers are already dying at premature ages in schools across the US? Have you scoured the statistics across the nation? Do you think you should before you race to put all of these children at risk?

    The current ConnectEd/Common core push is a transfer of wealth from taxpayers to Apple computer and Cisco. Why are we so institutionally/culturally blinded by the shiny-bauble benefits of wireless? Can’t we think for ourselves and realize what is in front of us, data points that can easily be measured? I have more than 20 CA public records requests in front of the Petaluma City Schools District to get the public information about which wireless access points are in place/planned in the schools and what are the RF/EMF microwave radiation levels measured 18″ from these devices during typical educational activities. The school has been illegally blocking access to this public information for many months. Details at (

  20. #38 by "WiFi must be banned. . ." on March 9, 2014 - 5:49 pm

    Dr. David O Carpenter, MD, Director Institute for Health and the Environment, University at Albany and Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, USA.

    Chronic, such as all-day, school exposure, is more likely than short and intermittent exposure, such as cell phone use, to produce harmful health effects, and is likely to do so at lower exposure levels.

    Children are more vulnerable to RF/MW radiation because of the susceptibility of their developing nervous systems. Children are largely unable to remove themselves from exposures to harmful substances in their environments. Their exposure is involuntary. There is a major legal difference between an exposure that an individual chooses to accept and one that is forced upon a person, especially a dependent, who can do nothing about it. WiFi must be banned from school deployment.

  21. #39 by Anonymous on March 10, 2014 - 12:11 am

    Dear Fullerton kids and teachers. This is from a retired professor/teacher trainer in Finland.
    I am just writing a letter to all schools in Finland to avoid iPads and wireless networks. Please point me to your best www-page so I can add a link to what you have learned during your project. Send me a letter when your answer is ready. Your info is valuable NOW!

  22. #40 by Annie on March 10, 2014 - 6:09 am

    I would like to thank you for putting all this info together. I would also like to share a few links with you that you may find interesting.

  23. #41 by ". . . not at all in schools. . ." on March 10, 2014 - 8:58 am

    Professor Lukas H. Margaritis, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Cell Biology and Radiobiology, Dept of Cell Biology and Biophysics, University of Athens, Greece.

    Having done experiments on cellular model systems we have found an effect from electromagnetic radiation from WiFi. I have strongly suggested for years now that they should be used only if absolutely necessary in the home and not at all in schools. There is no reason for having WiFi in schools since there is an alternative – wired connections which are safer and faster.

  24. #42 by ". . . free of Wi-Fi." on March 11, 2014 - 1:15 pm

    Dr Mae-Wan Ho, PhD, FRSA, Director of the Institute of Science in Society, London, UK.

    It is very important for schools and other public places frequented by children to be free of Wi-Fi. The evidence on ‘non-thermal’ biological effects of electromagnetic fields is now indisputable and children are many times more at risk than adults.

  25. #43 by ". . . impairment of learning ability . . ." on March 12, 2014 - 3:21 am

    Dr Norbert Hankin, PhD, Environmental Scientist, Office of Radiation and Indoor Air, Environmental Protection Agency, USA.

    The growing use of wireless communications by children and by schools will result in prolonged long-term exposure of developing children to low-intensity pulse modulated radiofrequency radiation.

    Recent studies involving short-term exposures have demonstrated that subtle effects on brain functions can be produced by low-intensity pulse modulated radiofrequency radiation. Some research involving rodents has shown adverse effects on short-term and long-term memory. The concern is that if such effects may occur in young children, then even slight impairment of learning ability over years of education may negatively affect the quality of life that could be achieved by these individuals, when adults.

  26. #44 by Precautionary Principle on March 13, 2014 - 9:19 pm

    Dr Annie Sasco, MD, PhD, Director, Epidemiology for Cancer Prevention, INSERM (Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale) Research Unit, School of Public Health, Victor-Segalen Bordeaux 2 Université, France. Formerly International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) Unit Chief of Epidemiology for Cancer Prevention.

    If we want to wait for final proof, at least in terms of cancer, it may still take 20 years and the issue will become that we will not have unexposed population to act as control. We may never have the absolute final proof. But we have enough data to go ahead with a precautionary principle to avoid exposures (radiofrequencies) which are unnecessary if our goal is to reduce somewhat the burden of cancer in the years to come and other chronic diseases.

  27. #45 by Norma on March 14, 2014 - 1:01 pm

    I heard about this and it just makes my stomach turn. It is just not right.

    • #46 by Write them on March 17, 2014 - 10:05 am

      I wrote them, you can, too. Copy, paste, or write your own message and send.

      Subject: iPads and Wireless Radiation On Our Children
      Date: March 15, 2014 9:39:01 AM PDT

      Ref: Surprise: Doc who devised screen time limits says iPads may be OK for babies

      Please become informed of the serious health issues of wireless radiation emissions on our children. The iPad allows for NO ethernet connection.
      If you start researching, you will be able to determine for yourselves what scientists and researchers are telling us about the very serious harms.

      You can start here:
      Or here:

      How can Dr. Christakis make this claim, given the following:

      Scientists and Medical Doctors
      Dr. David O Carpenter, MD, Director Institute for Health and the Environment, University at Albany and Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, USA.

      Chronic, such as all-day, school exposure, is more likely than short and intermittent exposure, such as cell phone use, to produce harmful health effects, and is likely to do so at lower exposure levels.

      Children are more vulnerable to RF/MW radiation because of the susceptibility of their developing nervous systems. Children are largely unable to remove themselves from exposures to harmful substances in their environments. Their exposure is involuntary. There is a major legal difference between an exposure that an individual chooses to accept and one that is forced upon a person, especially a dependent, who can do nothing about it. WiFi must be banned from school deployment.

      Professor Lukas H. Margaritis, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Cell Biology and Radiobiology, Dept of Cell Biology and Biophysics, University of Athens, Greece.

      Having done experiments on cellular model systems we have found an effect from electromagnetic radiation from WiFi. I have strongly suggested for years now that they should be used only if absolutely necessary in the home and not at all in schools. There is no reason for having WiFi in schools since there is an alternative – wired connections which are safer and faster.

      Dr Mae-Wan Ho, PhD, FRSA, Director of the Institute of Science in Society, London, UK.

      It is very important for schools and other public places frequented by children to be free of Wi-Fi. The evidence on ‘non-thermal’ biological effects of electromagnetic fields is now indisputable and children are many times more at risk than adults.

      Dr Norbert Hankin, PhD, Environmental Scientist, Office of Radiation and Indoor Air, Environmental Protection Agency, USA.

      The growing use of wireless communications by children and by schools will result in prolonged long-term exposure of developing children to low-intensity pulse modulated radiofrequency radiation.

      Recent studies involving short-term exposures have demonstrated that subtle effects on brain functions can be produced by low-intensity pulse modulated radiofrequency radiation. Some research involving rodents has shown adverse effects on short-term and long-term memory. The concern is that if such effects may occur in young children, then even slight impairment of learning ability over years of education may negatively affect the quality of life that could be achieved by these individuals, when adults.

      Dr Annie Sasco, MD, PhD, Director, Epidemiology for Cancer Prevention, INSERM (Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale) Research Unit, School of Public Health, Victor-Segalen Bordeaux 2 Université, France. Formerly International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) Unit Chief of Epidemiology for Cancer Prevention.

      If we want to wait for final proof, at least in terms of cancer, it may still take 20 years and the issue will become that we will not have unexposed population to act as control. We may never have the absolute final proof. But we have enough data to go ahead with a precautionary principle to avoid exposures (radiofrequencies) which are unnecessary if our goal is to reduce somewhat the burden of cancer in the years to come and other chronic diseases.

      Dr Stelios A. Zinelis, BA, MD, Hellenic Cancer Society, Cefallonia, Greece

      We should not subject and force electromagnetic radiation on school children. Technology can be applied by a wired connection. Effects of the electromagnetic radiation have been well documented and should not be ignored. The past has taught as many lessons, for example asbestos.

      Dr Belyaev Dr.Sc., Head Research Scientist, Cancer Research Institute, Slovak Academy of Science, Slovak Republic; Associate Professor in Toxicological Genetics, Faculty of Natural Science, Stockholm University, Sweden.

      To my opinion, which is based on 25-year research of non-thermal effects of microwaves, usage of Wi-Fi and cell/mobile/smart phones in the classroom should be either forbidden or reduced as much as possible. I believe that the majority of scientists with long lasting experience in this scientific field are of the same opinion. Several national authorities have already advised limiting usage of mobile communication by children.

      Dr Samuel Milham MD, MPH, Epidemiology and Public Health, Formerly Washington State Department of Health, USA.

      Wireless technologies have no place in schools. I strongly recommend that where they exist, they be replaced by fiber-optic cable and hard wiring.

      Professor Dr. Franz Adlkofer, MD, Chairman of Pandora – Foundation for Independent Research.

      While the use of mobile phones is the result of people’s free choice, their exposure to W-LAN and other wireless applications is mostly compulsory. Especially concerned are children in schools where this technology has been given preference to wired computers. Since our knowledge on possible adverse effects of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields is still rather poor, it is obvious that at present the biggest biophysical experiment of mankind is under way – with an uncertain outcome.

      In May 2011, the uncertainty has been strengthened by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) that classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as ‘possibly carcinogenic to humans’. This decision was mainly based on the results of epidemiological studies that observed after long-term (>10 years) and intensive use of mobile phones an increased risk for brain tumors exactly at the side of the head at which the mobile phone was used. The results from animal experiments, although of minor significance, supported the decision. Not discussed, however, was research that shows changes in the structure and functions of genes. Had they been included in the evaluation, the classification would not have been ‘possibly carcinogenic’ but rather ‘probably carcinogenic’.

      The general public is confronted with two different views, one represented by politics and industry and one by the growing number of independent researchers. Ordinary people have either no idea of the probably adverse effects of radiofrequency radiation or have full confidence in the exposure limits that according to their governments reliably protect from risk to the health. They do not know that the exposure limits are based on pseudo-science thought to create the necessary legal frame for a telecommunication industry that wants to make use of the new technology without being hampered by medical considerations.

      For a medical doctor like me, the conclusion from the present state of knowledge must be that a precautionary approach is overdue and must not be delayed anymore.

      Dr Alfonso Balmori, PhD, Biologist, Researcher on effects of electromagnetic fields on wildlife, Valladolid, Spain.

      The ongoing invasion of radiation caused by Wi-Fi transmitters and other radiofrequency sources represents a denial of scientific evidence and extreme myopia. It is absurd when cable can be used with much greater speeds that schools choose to do so by air. Moreover health must take priority over access to information. Wi-Fi systems are being senselessly installed, even for young children. Society is performing an extremely dangerous and suicidal experiment with them. In it are included not only the children of those who are convinced that electromagnetic radiation is harmful but also the children of the promoters of such systems, both politicians and those who work in the communications industry and also the scientists who deny the evidence. The problems of depression, attention deficit and insomnia in children are increasing worldwide at an alarming rate.

      Dr Vini G. Khurana, MBBS, BSc (Med), PhD, FRACS, Associate Professor of Neurosurgery, Australian National University Medical School; Currently Visiting Attending Neurosurgeon, Royal Melbourne Hospital.

      The concerns raised regarding the unnecessary and prolonged exposure of children to near-field radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation (RF-EMR) from mobile phones, wireless laptops and nearby Wi-Fi transmitters in schools are shared by many.

      A precautionary approach is realistically achieved without compromising convenience and safety.

      There are good grounds for adopting such an approach in children, particularly in the context of the WHO’s recent classification of RF-EMR as “possibly carcinogenic to humans”, and the fact that children may be more susceptible to any adverse health effects of RF-EMR owing to their thinner scalp and skull, increased brain water content, lower brain volume, and rapidly developing neural connections.

      Dr Erica Mallery-Blythe, BM, Emergency Room Registrar, Medical Advisor ES-UK

      Radiofrequency radiation was classified last year (2011) as a class 2B carcinogen by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)/World Health Organization (WHO). This means that Global Health Authorities are concerned that this kind of radiation (used by many kinds of household wireless devices) may cause cancer. There are several convincing mechanisms via which cellular disruption is taking place and all bodily systems are potentially vulnerable. All persons should, in my opinion, take precaution to reduce their exposure to unnatural radiation, including that from non-ionizing, non-thermal sources such as cell phones, Wi-Fi routers, cordless landlines and many others. This advice is particularly important for parents and Education Authorities when creating home and school environments because children are more vulnerable to this kind of radiation.

      Science has repeatedly and clearly demonstrated adverse effects of artificial electromagnetic fields on biological systems. It is far too late for timely intervention, but failure to act now with conviction and protect our children could lead to a national health disaster.

      Dr Olle Johansson, Associate Professor, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, and Professor, The Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.

      Wireless communication is now being implemented in our daily life in a very fast way. At the same time, it is becoming more and more obvious that the exposure to the electromagnetic fields used by these systems not only may induce acute thermal effects to living organisms, but also non-thermal effects, the latter often after longer exposures. This has been demonstrated in a very large number of studies and includes cellular DNA-damage, disruptions and alterations of cellular functions like increases in intracellular stimulatory pathways and calcium handling, disruption of tissue structures like the blood-brain barrier, impact on vessel and immune functions, association to cancer, and loss of fertility.

      Wireless systems, such as Wi-Fi routers and cell/mobile/smart phones, cannot be regarded as safe in schools, but must be deemed highly hazardous and unsafe for the children as well as for the staff.

      Dr Martin Blank, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York, USA.

      Just because we allow microwaves, doesn’t mean that Wi-Fi at the same frequency should be allowed into all classrooms. There is now sufficient scientific data about the biological effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF), and in particular about radiofrequency (RF) radiation, to argue for adoption of precautionary measures. We can state unequivocally that EMF can cause single and double strand DNA breakage at exposure levels that are considered safe under the FCC guidelines in the USA.

      EMF have been shown to cause other potentially harmful biological effects, such as leakage of the blood brain barrier that can lead to damage of neurons in the brain, increased micronuclei (DNA fragments) in human blood lymphocytes, all at EMF exposures well below the limits in the current FCC guidelines. Probably the most convincing evidence of potential harm comes from living cells themselves when they start to manufacture stress proteins upon exposure to EMF. The stress response occurs with a number of potentially harmful environmental factors, such as elevated temperature, changes in pH, toxic metals, etc. This means that when stress protein synthesis is stimulated by radiofrequency or power frequency EMF, the body is telling us in its own language that RF exposure is potentially harmful.

      It is obvious that the safety standards must be revised downward to take into account the non-thermal as well as thermal biological responses that occur at much lower intensities. Since we cannot rely on the current standards, it is best to act according to the precautionary principle. The precautionary approach appears to be the most reasonable for those who must protect the health and welfare of the public and especially its most vulnerable members, children of school-age.

      Professor Dr. Oleg Grigoriev, PhD, Director of the Russian Centre for Electromagnetic Safety and Vice-Chairman of the RCNIRP. Dr. of Medical Science, Chairman of the Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (RCNIRP); member of International Advising Committee on WHO EMF Project.

      Our committee is against the use of Wi-Fi systems in schools. The reason is that it forms a very complex form of electromagnetic field, but in this case the probability of biological effect is higher than when the same total dose is created by one source of unmodulated electromagnetic field. This pattern is for non-thermal electromagnetic fields. There are very good studies that have shown that prolonged exposure to low-intensity radio waves in children disturbed cognitive function, and we trust this research.

      Dr Magda Havas, PhD, Associate Professor, Environmental and Resource Studies, Trent University, Ontario, Canada.

      I am a scientist researching the adverse health outcomes of electromagnetic radiation exposure, including from sources such as WI-FI networks and cell towers. I conducted a study that showed immediate and dramatic changes in both heart rate and heart rate variability associated with microwave exposure to a frequency of 2.4 GHz at levels well below (0.5 percent) federal guidelines. The reactions include heart irregularities, a rapid heart rate, up-regulation of the sympathetic nervous system, and down-regulation of the parasympathetic nervous system.

      It is important that children be exposed to the important education, life experiences, and social structures that public education offers, but they must not be risking their health to do so! Children must not be exposed to a constant background of pulsed microwave radiation from WI-FI (or other sources) while at school.

      The Internet is an important learning device that should not be taken away. I simply urge that its access be made available through wires rather than Wi-Fi.

      Professor Dr. Christos Georgiou, PhD, Professor of Biochemistry, University of Patras, Greece

      Every child has the non-negotiable, obvious right to a healthy and safe school environment.

      Governments and school boards can no longer trust the wireless communication industry’s monotonous slogan that Wi-Fi and cell phones are safe. In May 2011, the World Health Organization (WHO) classified microwave radiation, emitted by such wireless devices, as a possible carcinogen. WHO could no longer ignore the scientific and social pressure from numerous studies, which have shown that WiFi/cell phone radiation penetrates the body, affects cell membranes, makes cells lose their ability to function properly over time, and disturbs the body’s normal metabolism causing numerous abnormalities and diseases.

      Children are especially vulnerable to microwave radiation because their nervous system and especially the brain are still developing. Moreover, their skulls are thinner and smaller than those of the adults, so the radiation penetrates their brains more freely and deeply.

      Microwave radiation displays in children life threatening short and long term effects: the short term effects are experienced as headaches, dizziness, nausea, vertigo, fatigue, visual and auditory distortion (voices change volume, ringing ears), abnormal heart rates (racing heart rate or tachycardia, erratic heart rates), memory loss, attention deficit (trouble concentrating while in class), skin rash, hyperactivity, anxiety, autism, depression, night sweats, insomnia (microwaves affect melatonin levels), learning impairment, behavioral changes etc; the long term effects are expressed as stress, a weakened immune system, seizures, epilepsy, high blood pressure, brain damage, diabetes, fibromyalgia, infertility, birth defects, DNA damage, leukemia, cancer, etc.

      Professor Dr. Alvaro Augusto A. de Salles, PhD, Electrical Engineering Department, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil.

      I believe that responsible governments should act firmly to avoid the use of mobile/smart phones and Wi-Fi in schools. The main reasons are due to the scientific evidence already available in the international literature (e.g., Bioinitiative report, Pathophysiology 2009, Interphone report, Hardell’s group papers, etc) showing health risks even at low level exposure to the non-ionizing radiation (NIR), the 2011 IARC/WHO possible carcinogenic (2 B) classification of the NIR and because due to different reasons, the children are more susceptible to this radiation.

      Then the “Precautionary Principle” should effectively be used in this subject and instead of wireless connection, other fixed connections such as twisted pairs, coaxial cables, optical fiber, etc should be available for each student, avoiding therefore exposure during several hours to the NIR.

      If serious and responsible decisions are not taken in due time, the price in terms of future generations public health can be very high.

      Professor Dr. Nesrin Seyhan, Medical Faculty and Chair of Biophysics Department, Gazi University, Turkey; WHO EMF International Advisory Committee; Panel Member NATO RTA Human Factors and Medicine.

      Dr. Seyhan, founder of the Gazi Non-Ionizing Protection Center (GNRK), always opposes radiofrequency sources near schools. She believes that potential adverse health effects from the children’s use of Wi-Fi and cell/mobile/smart phone would be greater than with respect to adults. She also recommends that children younger than 16-years-old should not have their own mobile phone.

      • #47 by Schulze? on March 17, 2014 - 10:15 pm

        Gee, I guess Dr. Roman Schulze knows better than ALL of these medical doctors. He is the one that thinks the unprecedented irradiation of the children is OK, right?

        • #48 by Joe Imbriano on March 17, 2014 - 11:36 pm

          Roman Schulze has gone on record with the Glendale Unified School District at a televised board meeting where he held himself out to be a medical expert and participated in a presentation called “WiFi safe” for the school board. He has also made repeated postings on this blog dismissing the multiple warnings of scientists and other children’s health advocates against the wireless classroom model.

          • #49 by Roberta Harris on March 20, 2014 - 3:34 pm

            Who is Roman Schulze?

  28. #50 by Anonymous on March 14, 2014 - 10:39 pm

    You cannot stop this. You need to pull your children out of the school and find a school that does not use technology. The Waldorf schools would be my first recommendation. The Google and other tech execs know something these school officials don’t.

    • #51 by JGarrison on March 15, 2014 - 9:13 am

      This is not an option for 99% of us. We simply don’t have the resources.

      • #52 by Roberta Harris on March 20, 2014 - 4:11 pm

        I agree. That is what is so tragic about all of this. I am a single mother who works just to make ends meet and simply cannot afford to pay for private school. Homeschooling is not an option at all either.

  29. #53 by circus on March 16, 2014 - 7:49 am

    They are all preoccupied with awards ceremonies, awards for this, awards for that. This is what seems to be a part of every school board meeting.

    I suppose that keeps them from the real hard issues.

    What a circus!

  30. #54 by Ray on March 17, 2014 - 9:40 am

    Our local Waldorf school’s tuition is $20,000 per child in high school. I have more than one child.

    Doing the math shows that I would be faced with at least a $300,000 bill to send them to private school.

    Worse, the Waldorf school has WiFi and can’t seem to muster the strength to address the issue. After four months, a committee has made no decision.

    I contacted Waldorf School headquarters in MN about the overall issue of WiFi in schools. They won’t respond to an email or phone call.

    • #55 by Anonymous on March 17, 2014 - 1:03 pm

      Joe nailed it. This is forced irradiation. The schools have tremendous power over the students and their parents.

      • #56 by accountability on March 17, 2014 - 3:56 pm

        The schools have power over the parents as much as the parents will allow.

    • #57 by parenting on March 17, 2014 - 1:15 pm

      The cost of adoption is currently approximately $30,000 per child. Given the alleged long term effects of reproductive harm from mandated constant school wireless exposure, I would venture to say that in the future, the costs of adoption could skyrocket, perhaps in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.

      What profitable industries will move into the neighborhood as a result? Kidnapping.

      This is horrific on all fronts.

      • #58 by Joe Imbriano on March 17, 2014 - 11:14 pm

        I can understand the parents who appear to remain willfully ignorant and in denial as they value their lifestyle over their children. I know that March madness is more important. Yes they appear to value their jobs, cars, homes and reputations more than their lineage. Pulling their kids out of public school would be too disruptive and expensive. I can understand the school board members who appear to value their positions more than the children. After all, there identities appear to be tied up in their titles. I can understand the school district employees who appear to value their paychecks more than the children. Their vacation plans cannot be encumbered. At least one has possibly broken rank and is abandoning the common core microwave matrix model for 5 year olds.

        What I cannot understand, however, is the silence of those who have dedicated their lives to work in public health and meanwhile millions of children forcibly have their reproductive organs irradiated with pulse modulated microwave RF emissions in classrooms all over the world with no choice but to remain exposed day after day.

        Gutless wonders abound on all fronts and we are not even close to becoming North Korea yet. May God help us.

  31. #59 by (the cellphone song) on April 1, 2014 - 4:12 pm

  32. #60 by DRUDGE - Radiation Erectile Dysfunction on April 2, 2014 - 2:23 pm

    Radiation from cell phones linked to erectile dysfunction
    Wednesday, April 02, 2014 by: Tony Isaacs
    Tags: cell phones, radiation, erectile dysfunction

    (NaturalNews) As reported in the Environmental Health Trust’s latest newsletter, cell phones have now been linked to erectile dysfunction (ED). While numerous studies have shown that cell phone radiation leads to human sperm death and damage and decreased fertility, the new report of increased erectile dysfunction is sending shock waves through the men’s health community.

    Erectile dysfunction is the inability to attain or maintain a penile erection sufficient for successful sexual intercourse and is a very common clinical condition that can affect up to 50% of men over 40 years old. Among the known risk factors for ED are diabetes mellitus, hypertension, obesity and hypercholesterolemia.

    The damning results of the preliminary study

    In the preliminary study published last year in the Central European Journal of Urology, medical teams in Austria and Egypt found that men who carried switched-on cell phones for longer periods of time had a notably greater incidence of ED than men who carried switched-on phones for lesser periods of time.

    For the study, the researchers recruited 20 consecutive men complaining of erectile dysfunction (ED) for at least six months (Group A), and another group of 10 healthy men with no complaints of ED (Group B). According to the researchers, there was no significant difference between either group regarding age, weight, height, smoking, total testosterone or exposure to other known sources of radiation.

    All men completed the German version of the Sexual Health Inventory for Men (SHIM) for evaluation of the International Index of Erectile Function (IIEF), as well as another questionnaire designed by the study clinicians that assessed cell phone usage habits.

    The men in the study who had erectile dysfunction carried switched-on cell phones for an average of 4.4 hours daily, whereas the men without erectile dysfunction averaged 1.8 hours.

    Since the preliminary study was small-scale, the researchers concluded that the results indicated a need for larger-scaled studies. However, if past history is an indicator, the cell phone industry can be expected to vigorously contest any negative conclusions and endeavor to produce results favorable to the industry.

    The expected industry resistance

    As Natural News reported in 2010, a large scale cell phone study which had given preliminary news releases indicating that it would report a link between health dangers and cell phones was somehow reversed at the last minute — over the objections of the lead researcher and other researchers — to absolve cell phones of being dangerous. Notably, significant funding for the study came from the cell phone industry itself. See:

    When it comes to cell phones, distance is your friend

    Cell phones have also been linked to cancers — especially brain cancers and cancers in the area adjacent to where cell phones are normally carried. A good rule of thumb when it comes to cell phones: Distance is your friend. In other words, the farther you keep a cell phone from your body, both when carrying it and when talking on it, the better. Likewise, do not keep a cell phone turned on and close by when sleeping.

    The Environmental Health Trust (EHT) is a non-profit organization created by Dr. Devra Davis, PhD, MPH, to educate individuals, health professionals and communities about controllable environmental health risks and policy changes needed to reduce those risks. Dr. Davis is the author of noted books such as When Smoke Ran Like Water and The Secret History of the War on Cancer.

    Currently, EHT focuses on raising awareness on the negative impacts of unsafe cell phone use and on performing cutting edge research on cell phone radiation.

    Sources included:

    The Environmental Health Trust March Newsletter

    About the author:
    “See more articles by Tony Isaacs”

    Tony Isaacs, is a natural health author, advocate and researcher who hosts The Best Years in Life website for those who wish to avoid prescription drugs and mainstream managed illness and live longer, healthier and happier lives naturally. Mr. Isaacs is the author of books and articles about natural health, longevity and beating cancer including “Cancer’s Natural Enemy” and is working on a major book project due to be published later this year.

    Mr. Isaacs also hosts the Yahoo Oleandersoup group of over 2600 members and the The Best Years in Life Radio Show” on Wolf Spirit Radio.

    Learn more:

  33. #61 by the deniers on April 3, 2014 - 12:27 pm

    I would hate to be one of the deniers that has worked diligently and steadfastly to ignore all of the studies and warnings from those that know of the harms. Who are we talking about?

    Dr. Roman Schulze
    Principal Karen Whisnant
    Mrs. Schulze
    Supt. Pletka
    Bev Berryman
    Janny Meyer
    Hilda Sugarman
    Chris Thompson
    Lynn Thornley
    Acacia teachers that know of this issue and are silent
    All FSD principals
    Acacia Foundations
    Acacia PTA

    I would not like to be them, as they are responsible for any harms sustained by the children over the many months of exposure to wireless radiation emissions. I think it would be awful to be a part of a group that influenced parents, community, and financial sponsors to be involved in what is turning out to be very, very harmful to the children. These people are morally liable for the harms to the kids.
    Please, for the sake of the kids, come to your senses. Stop irradiating the children.

  34. #62 by Deniers, how many dead bodies will it take? on April 4, 2014 - 4:40 am

    “I came across this tragic story regarding the death of a young man who was in his early twenties and was attending San Diego State University and had the misfortune of living on campus near the very powerful HPWREN tower. the local press declined to provide much coverage.”

    “I found the mother’s 4 page comment filed Feb 2013 with the FCC for Proceeding 13-84:

    Here’s the link to the story on a blog since the full details of this tragic story are not being published in any news media.
    Virginia Farver (mother of college student who died), Fort Collins, CO, US

    I lost my beautiful, 29-year-old son Rich to glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) brain cancer on October 11, 2008.
    Early in 2008, Rich was working as a teaching assistant in Political Science at San Diego State University (SDSU), where he had received his master’s degree. He was a very kind young man who would occasionally go golfing with the professors.
    He was in the process of applying for law school, but had confided to me, “I don’t know that I can make it through law school because I can’t remember things.” He was having headaches, memory problems, nosebleeds and excessive sweating and fatigue. I had been noticing that something was off with him. He needed to sleep all the time. There was a blood vessel coming from the right side of his head through his hairline and protruding across this forehead. His girlfriend Jennifer told me he would sleep for hours, curled up like a cat during the day by the patio window. This was not like him.
    At the time of Rich’s GBM diagnosis in March 2008, Dr. V. Tantuwaya from Poway, CA told us that his cell phone was the culprit. Rich’s tumor was located in his right frontal lobe and he was right-handed. This is referred to as an ipsilateral tumor, one on the same side as where the phone was held.
    Rich wanted to live. He had always been a good kid, never drank or did drugs. At 6’2”, he’d been on varsity basketball in high school, and was very healthy. So cancer was unthinkable. I told Rich I’d do anything to keep him alive. But after surgery, chemo and radiation, with nine MRIs, multiple hospitals and hospice, he died, seven months following diagnosis.
    I learned that similar brain cancers were happening to others on campus. An English teacher, Laurel Amtower, thanked SDSU colleagues for their support before she went through chemo and radiation. She died, too, leaving a 12-year-old daughter. She didn’t realize that some she thanked were probably partly responsible for her death.
    On August 7, 2009, nine months after Rich’s death, I found articles and a video about a “Brain Cancer Cluster on the San Diego State University Campus.” I read these (listed below) several times before ending up on the floor. I contacted the SDSU Administration, but was bounced around from one person to another. I then drove to San Diego and stayed the whole month of October 2009. I met off-campus with some professors mentioned in the articles. They told me they had asked for a toxicology study, as there is a huge cell tower right next to the building where Rich spent most of his time grading papers and doing research: Nasatir Hall.

    After I returned home, the SDSU Administration sent me an epidemiological report written by a Dr. Thomas Mack. In the third paragraph, Dr. Mack stated he has, “no known knowledge of any chemical or radiation concerns and therefore there are none.” That’s not a scientific conclusion, it’s a cover-up.
    I e-mailed Dr. Mack, and he called me at home! I asked him about this cell tower on top of the Communications Building. This rises over Nasatir Hall, where most of the brain cancer victims were located. Dr. Mack quickly denied the connection to the cancer cluster. I then told him of everyone’s concerns. He said, “They should be concerned.” This made me furious. It didn’t make any sense. And the SDSU Administration would not conduct a toxicology study because of Dr. Mack’s report! Like some professors, I have requested a study on several occasions, but have received no response.
    I then looked into the tower on my own. Owned by Sprint, it has HPWREN or High Performance Wireless Research and Educational Network on it, with a BackBone Node to the UC-SD Supercomputer Center. It also has a GWEN, or Ground Wave Emergency Network, with emissions known to hug the ground. These towers are capable of sending signals hundreds of miles, including to several remote laboratories across California. There is an additional tower on campus on the KPBS News Station. Similar towers are on many college campuses across the US, via the Lambda or Tera Grid, also called the ‘smart’ grid. Engineers are developing “smart”, or “AMI” meters, appliances and whatever else they can dream up to deploy microwave radiation everywhere. This grid is the “military-industrial complex” of which President Dwight Eisenhower warned US citizens of in his 1961 Farewell Speech. He warned of its grave consequences. I know of these consequences.
    After Laurel Amtower died of brain cancer on August 29, 2010, I contacted NBC in San Diego. At first, Producer Paul Krueger was interested in doing another story. After I gave him this new information, SILENCE.
    I then contacted the San Diego Tribune. A reporter called me at home. He told me that this story would NEVER get out in San Diego. I asked, “Why?” He said, “Because of money.” I also contacted the CA Governor’s office and area Representative Marti Emerald. Both referred me back to SDSU.
    For a month in October 2011, I stood hours each day outside the campus cafeteria, where the kids would congregate and walk to get to their classes. I had about 15 signs taped up against the wall. One said, “Will you be the next victim?” Others said, “Read your cell phone manuals. They say not to hold the phone to your head. Don’t keep it in your pocket. It will do genetic damage.” Others warned about wi-fi and more.
    They looked frightened, but they would still grab their cell phones. They would text while walking and ignore everything around them. Some would take pictures, or would peek out of the side of their eyes. A few talked with me.
    While there, I walked to Nasatir Hall. Kids were sitting all around. The leaves were dying on the trees. Measurements on an RF meter were beyond the range of the meter. Some kids were high up on outdoor balconies at their dorms, near the levels of the massive discs and antennas on the towers.
    When I went directly to Room 131, where Rich and others who died of cancer had worked, I found it all closed up. A policeman asked me what I was doing there. I told him about my son. He asked me about the towers and told me he has two young children.
    The known SDSU brain cancer victims are listed below. In addition to the brain cancers there are also breast cancers in the vicinity. The professors are afraid for both their health and their jobs. I’ve told the SDSU Administration, “I’m not going away!”
    SDSU brain cancer articles and video:
    See: Eric Holland-Sloan Kettering, More on SDSU Cancer Cluster

  35. #65 by Veritas on April 12, 2014 - 5:52 am

    Bravely Facing the Awful Truth
    By Zen Gardner on Apr 11, 2014 08:47 pm

    by Zen Gardner
    “The real full on Truth hits you hard. Right in the heart. Your family is at stake, humanity is at stake. We’re being relentlessly attacked by some unidentified force and we’re reeling, without much to seemingly stand on. Our planet’s resources are being polluted faster than we can identify. Everything in every sphere we just years ago held dear and tried to naturally defend has been so drastically altered it’s beyond identification or comprehension. And we scream as if in a nightmare with no one listening. Environmental Murder The Gulf of Mexico and virtually the entire Pacific ocean have been virtually killed. Murdered. The skies are being poisoned to an incredible degree, killing our plants, animals and fellow humans. Our food and water are horrendously modified. I like to believe in life’s regenerative processes, but we’re talking long term if this doesn’t stop soon. Perhaps long after our kids and grand kids have then had to endure the horrors of a mutated world, if they live that long. These frackers are playing for keeps. And people had better wake up to that fact. These earth changes, and so-called scientific and social changes that are obviously engineered, clearly have an agenda. What Agenda Might this Be? Some Questions to Consider: WHY would the elites dig a super underground vault to store seeds from all over the planet while introducing genetically modified seeds growing food they themselves won’t touch? WHY have they built secret underground bases?–that aren’t so secret if you poke around a bit. WHY is the world not told a single fact about the Fukushima radiation readings, and the EPA monitors getting shut off and standards recalibrated?…while the media black out continues? WHY is questioning water fluoridation considered cult science while multiple millions drink the toxic industrial byproduct yet European countries throw the process off? WHY are they pushing vaccines so hard when they’ve been proven to maim children and adults? WHY is cellphone and other EMF technology deliberately set at the range of our brain frequency when it could have been outside that? WHY is the banking system getting off scot free when everyone knows they engineered this economic mess? WHY is war on terror so accepted when it was based on a staged false premise–a clearly government induced false flag millions identify? WHY is the education system spewing out dumber and dumber kids while more money is poured in to this endeavor? WHY is everyone so freakishly fat they can’t see their feet anymore and are suffering accelerated off the charts health challenges? WHY has questioning anything become a terrorist threat? WHY is our atmosphere so purposely filled with aluminum and other toxic substances our respiratory illnesses have skyrocketed, never mind other complications like increased seizures, memory loss, and even Alzheimers? WHY is going through the airport now a radioactive exam and terrorizing experience for even children and the elderly? WHY is the government now allowed to arrest, imprison and even kill you without trial? well as spy on you at will? WHY is the media swill the same on every channel with literally no independent reporting or investigative journalism? WHY is our DNA being tracked, our irises scanned, blood tested and our movements monitored? And why militarize American streets and authorize police and military brutality in crass overkill operations? etc. etc. etc. Getting the picture? We have to wake the hell up, is all I can say. If you don’t get it yet, I pity you. We’re under attack. There’s a lot to be angry about. And if you’re not angry, you’re not alive. Then turn your anger into activity. Do something! Wake others up! And most of all, drastically change your own life to reflect what you now know! The Zen Spot Yes, there’s always that. Of course there’s a wonderful “other” transcendent side to all of this, but it doesn’t matter if we don’t take responsibility for what’s going on in front of our noses and do something about it. Passively witnessing or “observing the essence” of a drowning child is complete bullshit. It’s time to respond. Inaction while observing the truths of our current condition is an outright denial of personal responsibility. Know the Truth, and act on it. I found out and my life changed. Drastically. I hope yours will too. Love always, Zen”


  36. #66 by LAUSD: Reason denied on July 4, 2014 - 9:11 am

    Published on Jun 29, 2014
    Julie Carson (UTLA Adult Ed, Repairs Not IPads co-founder) challenges LAUSD Citizens Bond Oversight Committee on their vote to approve technology request (for MacBook Air laptops) while they simultaneously acknowledge that means some schools won’t get the repairs they need.

  37. #67 by LAUSD: Reason denied on July 4, 2014 - 9:17 am

    Matthew Kogan (UTLA Adult Ed, Repairs Not iPads co-founder) challenges request for LAUSD Bond Oversight Committee to approve use of bond funds to purchase one of the most expensive laptops (MacBook Air) for language acquisition at an LAUSD school.

    On LAUSD selection of Macbook Air
    “I think that it is just utterly tone deaf . . . ”
    ” . . . and to hear it has to be Mac without any justification at all . . ”

    Take a look:

    • #68 by Anonymous on July 6, 2014 - 7:36 pm

      How sad. I feel sorry for those kids.

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