Joachim Jang Joe Imbriano, if you are confused about the abundance of alumni and current students of Troy (relative to parents and teachers) on a Facebook group self-described as “Open to all alumni or current students of Troy High School in Fullerton, California,” I’m afraid you have made a wrong turn along the way.
Benjamin McCann Joe, your cause is ridiculous, your source data shaky. Your proposal would completely disrupt the program because you believe that the students are being irradiated at school. What about at home? Or at starbucks? A bunch of cars come with wifi now, ar…See More
We’re not (necessarily) defending on behalf of teachers and parents, we’re the only voice available because you seem to fail to realize the audience you are presenting to. The parents and teachers you look for are not here.
Patrick Oh Guessing from your posts and your constant attacks at Troy, I’m going to guess that you and/or your child came to Troy and left as failures (perhaps it’s your family heritage/tradition). Now, you are sitting at home, no legitimate job, drunk, doing tons of drugs, and have nothing better to do than to argue with high school kids on the internet. Go get a life. If not, you are proof that either God or billions of years of evolution have failed.
At this point I’m inclined to think that Joe is just a really huge troll, but unfortunately, years of Facebook posts seem to preclude my theory.What kind of “open and free debate” are you looking for? As far as I could read from the last post, there was no debate or discussion on the issue; you didn’t even bother trying to understand what others were saying. You keep saying “look at the science, not at me”, but quite frankly all I see is pseudo science and anecdotes. You keep referring to the papers written by people from prestigious colleges, but honestly? In my experience, people at Ivies and other colleges of similar caliber (Cal, MIT, etc) can be pretty damn ignorant too.But the thing that bothers me the most is that you have the audacity to attack not only us as students, but also our teachers who work their asses off to provide us with an education like no other. I resent that you portray these teachers as “brainwashers”, that you seem to think that we are “brainwashed” when we don’t agree with you… when our teachers have done everything they can to provide us with literature of all kinds and allowed us to form our opinions. I’ve never been force fed political/religious propaganda by my teachers, but I sure as hell am seeing a lot of propaganda from you. If this isn’t the definition of critical thinking, then I’d like to tell you to tell me what is. What’s your definition of critical thinking, Joe? For us to acknowledge your conspiracy theories as facts, and for us to unquestioningly accept your futile appeal to authority? News flash: simply believing differently from the mainstream isn’t “critical thinking”. Did you even try to understand articles that disagreed with you or did you ignore them in the infantile “You don’t agree with me so I’m not listening” way?It seems as if you have a personal vendetta against Troy. Why? Because Oracle didn’t publish your poorly written piece in a student publication? Because we err on the side of politically liberal? Perhaps… because your child didn’t do as well as you hoped, academically, here? Regarding your “grade ripoff page”: We are hardly the only high school with grade deflation (which, by the way, doesn’t hurt our college admission chances nearly as much as you seem to think since the adcoms look at you in relation to the rest of your school), and AFAIK, no one had an addy problem while I was there. Was I sleep deprived? Probably. But given the chance, I’d do it all over again because I don’t think I’d have learned so much in 4 years anywhere else, and I definitely wouldn’t have had as caring teachers elsewhere. Sleep deprivation was my choice, not one forced on me by my teachers. If anything, our teachers and counselors constantly encouraged us to take less classes for the sake of personal health. Maybe our stress culture is a problem that should be acknowledged, but to blame it on our teachers and the grading system is short sighted and ridiculous. You don’t even try to understand our culture, our motivations, our teachers’ actions, yet you portray yourself as an authority on them and criticize them. What makes you think you are entitled to a discussion with us on how to shape our community that you haven’t even tried to understand beyond what fits your twisted narrative?
Joe Imbriano Laura-perhaps you should contact this person at Columbia on the wireless issue-his work is cited in the source documents-he is light years ahead of you in terms of his education-http://www.physiology.columbia.edu/MartinBlank.html
Joe Imbriano perhaps in stead of a starbucks trip, you could spring for his book on WiFi and emf dangershttp://www.amazon.com/Overpowered-Dangers…/dp/1609805097
My 2nd Point.
Lets say you’re a kid (students/alumni) at home and you parents (admin) are out. A burglar tries to vandalize your home. Would you not try to defend it? Secondly, your parents are our, they have no way of defending it. So can you stop with the BS about why we are defending Troy and why admin isn’t
Laura Hu tbh i’ve said all i wanted to, i’m not particularly concerned about the dangers of wifi since i’ve resigned myself to an early death by wifi as a cs major. i’m more concerned about the fact that someone wants to slander my school and teachers without basis ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Nicholas Lee Also, apparently, the wireless issue is the biggest issue we will ever face as Troy students, overshadowing, oh, I don’t know, colleges, future occupations, future careers, any tests, projects, or presentations, etc. Ya……. We have more important things to deal with.
Diane King Joe Imbriano “In 2011, I was on top of the world. Healthy, happy and active with a successful career in Silicon Valley that provided ample time for my wife, who is a medical doctor, and I to travel and pursue our many interests. As a civil engineer and…See More
Diane King John Ho John, please look further as there exists a growing population of people that are becoming ill from this, so much so, that they cannot tolerate being around the wireless. On the other side are interests that do not want to acknowledge that EHS…See More
Jerry Shu Diane how about instead of ignoring everything anyone says and spamming your sources, you just post the entire document that you’re copy pasting from all at once so we don’t have to hear your garbage?
At least joe partially reads the comments and responds relevantly (albeit still twistedly)
Kevin Nguyen http://www.forbes.com/…/the-science-of-wi-fi-and…/ i mean, I guess pickled vegetables are carcinogens too
Chris Lee Sims We’ve got another moon-landing-hoax, atheism-loving, sheeple-hating conspiracy theroist here everyone, one that thinks that The Man is out to get us all. I’ve seen these same techniques of manipulation, argument, and slander from a family member of mine back in the day.
Kyle Golden You say all this but what will this really change? You want them to get rid of wireless things at our school? You realize, even after that’s gone, the very little amount of it, we will all still bring our phones to school every single day right? So I d…See More
Joe Imbriano Kyle Golden I read your comments and I am very familar with ionization engergy and the like. I have a degree in Chemistry. Microwaves do many things Kyle. The source documents refer to the “non thermal” effects that the industry denies the existence of. I am in this to protect students not for any other reason
Leo BreadedChicken Yeung Joe you constantly claim of having scientific evidence from scientists but as of now you are forcing upon us merely a psuedo science, and unless i see a proper thesis of an scientific experiment conducted on this matter, I cannot accept your claims, which are indeed ignorant and invalid by default
Zheng Zhu Joe Imbriano you never read what I wrote in response to you and Diane King so why would anyone grace your letter with our attention? I even went so far in it as to cite possible reasons why I might be wrong. Did you read that part at least? I literally gave you an argument to use against me. You haven’t cited that yet so I’m convinced that you didn’t read my post. If you don’t have the decency to even look at what I wrote, while I gave your viewpoint a chance but ultimately rejected it, you have no place asking for an open debate.