11 oktober 2013
via WiFi in Schools UK:
A list of papers finding effects of Wi-Fi or 2.4GHz signals below 16V/m can be found here: http://wifiinschools.org.uk/30.html.
A pdf file of first pages of these papers can be found here: http://wifiinschools.org.uk/resources/Wi-Fi+papers.pdf. It can be useful to print off the first pages of papers to illustrate to schools or parents that there is published evidence of adverse effects of Wi-Fi / 2.4GHz signals.
Amongst the references is one form Margaritis et al (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23915130), which found that that a mobile phone, DECT wireless base, DECT wireless handset, mobile phone-DECT handset combination, Wi-Fi, blue tooth, 92.8 MHz FM, baby monitor and a microwave oven all damaged fertility of fruit flies, even at 0.3V/m. They decreased reproductive capacity, with a decrease in numbers of pupae, and increased DNA fragmentation in ovarian follicles (increased apoptotic cells). This might be relevant for declining numbers of other insects, and demonstrates another biological effect at low RF exposures.
The paper by Markov and Grigoriev, 2013, on Wi-Fi is also worth looking at: http://www.avaate.org/IMG/pdf/Wi-fi_Technology_-_An_Uncontrolled_Global_Experiment_on_the_Health_of_Mankind_-_Marko_Markov_Yuri_G._Grigoriev.pdf
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