wifi kills plants

                               

Foreign researchers are extremely excited for a biology project from
five 9th grade girls.
Researchers from England, Holland and Sweden have shown great
interest in the five girls’ biology experiments.
Take 400 Cress seeds and place them into 12 trays. Then place six
trays in two rooms at the same temperature. Give them the same
amount of water and sun over 12 days, and remember to expose
half of them to mobile [Wi-Fi] radiation.
It is a recipe for a biology test so brilliant that it has attracted
international attention among acknowledged biologists and
radiation experts. Behind the experiment are five girls from
9b in Hjallerup School in North Jutland, and it all started
because they found it difficult to concentrate during the
school day:
“We all think we have experienced difficulty concentrating in
school, if we had slept with the phone next to our head, and
sometimes also experienced having difficulty sleeping”, explains
Lea Nielsen, who is one of the five aspiring researchers.
The school was not equipped to test the effect of mobile phone
radiation on them. Therefore, the girls had to find an alternative.
And the answer was Cress.
Six trays of seeds were put into a room without radiation, and six
trays were put into another room next to two [Wi-Fi] routers.
 Such routers broadcast the same type of radiation as an ordinary
mobile.
Healthy Cress

The “healthy” cress without the influence of the router.
Photo: The girls from 9b
Then it was just necessary to wait 12 days, observe, measure, weigh
and take pictures along the way. And the result spoke was 
clear: cress seeds next to the router did not grow, and 
some of them were even mutated or dead. (emphasis added – Ed.)
“It is truly frightening that there is so much affect, so we were
very shocked by the result”, says Lea Nielsen.
Unhealthy Cress

The “sick” cress exposed to the [Wi-Fi] router.
Photo: The girls from 9b

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The experiment secured the girls the finals in the competition
“Young Scientists”, but it was only the beginning. Renowned
scientists from England, Holland and Sweden have since shown
great interest in the girls’ project so far.

From left: Lea Nielsen, Mathilde Nielsen, Signe Nielsen, Sisse
Coltau and Rikke Holm. Photo: Kim Horsevad
No mobile by the bed
But there have also been other consequences of the cress trial,
which is quite low-tech in nature.
“None of us sleep with the mobile next to the bed anymore.
Either the phone is put far away, or it is put in another room.
And the computer is always off”, says Lea Nielsen.

http://stopsmartmeters.org.uk/9th-grade-student-cress-wifi-experiment-attracts-international-attention/

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6 Responses to “wifi kills plants”

  1. Road_Hog says:

    As for the last line, about smartmeters, there are two reasons that the government is hell bent on compulsorily installing them.

    For the power companies to cut you off presently, they have to follow a process, which ends up in them getting a warrant from a magistrate and bringing along a policeman to enter your property – by forced if necessary.

    With a smartmeter, they can just turn off the power with a flick of a switch. Now, they will bleat that they still have to get a warrant, but how long before that is quietly changed and they can switch you off in an instant.

    It will just be like your mobile or broadband, miss a payment and you’ll find the service stops within a few days.

    Secondly, when we have the power shortages, they will be able to ration your power through your smartmeter and the way we are not replacing our nuclear power station and our gas/coal fired power station are shutting done because they can’t meet emission targets, we will have power cuts, especially if we continue to have these cold seasons.

  2. Anonymous says:

    and another reason is to make people ill

    it is far harder to control a healthy population

    paul

    ps

    yet another reason could be to keep people locked in a certain frequency – dont want the human race waking up

  3. Anonymous says:

    Smart Meters
    On the GAZPROM website it writes about ratio disconnection, were an area, road or certain houses I imagine can be disconnected. As these meters are connected to Smart appliances, which are starting to appear in the shops, individual appliances will be able to be turned off at times of peak demand. The meters can also be used to introduce multiple daily tariffs, unlike the old white meter used to heat home and hot water with cheap night time electricity, forcing shift workers pensioners and the like to pay more for cups of tea etc. They are, smart meters, social engineering writ large. God help us all.
    Tizzla

  4. Anonymous says:

    We have a Wi-Fi router with Virgin.

    The first thing I did when we got it was switch the Wi-Fi capability off and go wired ethernet. Wireless internet is marketed as something amazing and ‘convenient’, yet in reality it screws your brain up.

    It’s amazing how many people don’t switch their wireless routers off at night while they sleep too. No wonder people feel tired and lethargic in the morning. Try switching it off (like the Tell-Lie-Vision) for a week or so and see how you feel.

    And this one was cracker, yet so true:

    The head of Belgium’s largest cellphone company bans WI-FI from his offices and tells kids cellphones are dangerous!

    http://www.emfacts.com/2012/12/the-head-of-belgiums-largest-cellphone-company-bans-wi-fi-from-his-offices-and-tells-kids-cellphones-are-dangerous/

  5. Anonymous says:

    a short song about the problem

    http://vimeo.com/17251417

  6. JamesKYTan says:

    How about cell phone beside bed but switched off? Any comments?

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