August 25th, 2008 · by Ken Rohla · Filed Under: Electromagnetic Pollution
Dr. George Carlo, scientist hired by the cell phone industry to determine the health risks of cell phones, speaks about the dangers of WI-FI, or wireless computer networks, in schools. This is a fascinating phone interview exposing how wireless networks are causing learning disabilities, behavior issues, brain function and focus problems, and more in schools. Carlo notes that children are more susceptible to WI-FI radiation than adults because their bodies and brains are still forming. He says schools become resonant chambers for EMF pollution due to their construction usually being metal-framed walls and ceilings. Teachers are also at great risk since they are in schools every day for years on end. A must-hear interview! Although this focuses on WI-FI in schools, WI-FI networks are now everywhere — in coffee shops, hotels, bookstores (like Barnes and Noble), public libraries, airports, and more.
Carlo is founder of the Science and Public Policy Institute (not to be confused with the conservative think-tank also named the Science and Public Policy Institute and its sub-project, the Safe Wireless Initiative, which seeks to educate the public on the issue of electromagnetic pollution and electrosensitivity.
He is currently dedicating his life and the work of SPPI, SWI and the affiliated organizations to educating clinicians, consultants and health-care practitioners on protocols of intervention to help victims of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) exposure.
Part 1 is below, parts 2 and 3 are here:
— Ken Rohla