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2006-02-25 Great White North
University bans Wi-Fi because of health danger of radio waves
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Posted by Jackal 2006-02-25 00:00|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [310 views since 2007-05-07]  Top

#1 Some studies have indicated that there are links to carcinogenetic occurrences in animals

That's why he's going apesh*t
Posted by Shiter Omeatch9655 2006-02-25 00:25||   2006-02-25 00:25|| Front Page Top

#2 "have indicated"

"links"

Call me when you get some actual facts
Posted by Barbara Skolaut">Barbara Skolaut  2006-02-25 00:46|| http://ariellestjohndesigns.com/page/15bk1/Home_Page.html]">[http://ariellestjohndesigns.com/page/15bk1/Home_Page.html]  2006-02-25 00:46|| Front Page Top

#3 What a maroon. From the Ward Churchill CU Zoo University of drooling idiots.
Posted by Inspector Clueso 2006-02-25 01:06||   2006-02-25 01:06|| Front Page Top

#4 this chumps just shortened his career dramaticly me thinks
Posted by ShepUK 2006-02-25 04:28||   2006-02-25 04:28|| Front Page Top

#5 Just like all that cell phone brain cancer that is now in epidemic levels! Killing all our ... what? Studies proved no link and they are safe? Um... but, studies also ... false? ... um ... GLOBAL WARMING AND BUSH HATES BLACK PEOPLE!!
Posted by mmurray821 2006-02-25 09:27||   2006-02-25 09:27|| Front Page Top

#6 Electric blankets are making a comeback, too.
Posted by Nimble Spemble 2006-02-25 10:34||   2006-02-25 10:34|| Front Page Top

#7 What about cell phones? He is not banning cell phones. Maybe he should put a Faraday Shield over the university and run everything on hydraulics. /tinfoil hat
Posted by Alaska Paul">Alaska Paul  2006-02-25 13:02||   2006-02-25 13:02|| Front Page Top

#8 Tell him, that as soon as your born everything you do slowly kills you, so live a little.
Posted by djohn66 2006-02-25 13:10||   2006-02-25 13:10|| Front Page Top

#9 100 MegaWatts would be a fine, fine wireless router. Bet SPoD got one.
Posted by 6 2006-02-25 13:54||   2006-02-25 13:54|| Front Page Top

#10 Crikey! You'd have indolent college kids stealing your bandwidth all the way down in Tierra del Fuego with that much power...
Posted by Thraimble Greque5524 2006-02-25 14:06||   2006-02-25 14:06|| Front Page Top

#11 WEP is your friend, holey as it is ... heh
Posted by lotp 2006-02-25 14:20||   2006-02-25 14:20|| Front Page Top

#12 100 megawatts? Damn, I wish I had one o' them things...

Not omnidirectional, though, I think. Something pointable.
Posted by mojo">mojo  2006-02-25 14:38||   2006-02-25 14:38|| Front Page Top

#13  Biological responses to electromagnetic fields

Posted by john 2006-02-25 15:03||   2006-02-25 15:03|| Front Page Top

#14 100 megawati megawatts? Daymn! I could set up the transmitter outside the garage and turn the snow to steam on my driveway during the worst of blizzards.
Posted by Alaska Paul">Alaska Paul  2006-02-25 15:38||   2006-02-25 15:38|| Front Page Top

#15 Turn snow to steam... probably not too far off the mark: 100 million watts-- the output of nearly a quarter-million microwave ovens-- pumped into that dinky 6" long antenna on the router would yield some interesting phenomena, that's for sure.

The air around the router, probably for many meters, would be ionized a harsh, brilliant electric blue; and the temperature within a few feet of it would be higher than the surface of the Sun.

Happy Surfing, Doodz!!!

Posted by Thraimble Greque5524 2006-02-25 16:23||   2006-02-25 16:23|| Front Page Top

#16 its sokay

i can walk on the sun.
Posted by RD 2006-02-25 17:26||   2006-02-25 17:26|| Front Page Top

#17 Mega, milli, whatever dude, it's a zoo out there!
Posted by Inspector Clueso 2006-02-25 18:27||   2006-02-25 18:27|| Front Page Top

#18 "Some studies have indicated that there are links to carcinogenetic occurrences in animals, including humans, that are related to energy fields associated with wireless hotspots, whether those hotspots are transmissions lines, whether they're outlets, plasma screens, or microwave ovens that leak."

Speaking of microwave ovens that leak, I had a friend in HS whose microwave was an old 70's beast that was built in to the cabinets of his parents' home. I was over there one day, goofing off and one of the other guys opened the microwave door WHILE it was still running and the thing kept running. Needless to say, I didn't have my tinfoil on, so there's no telling how messed up I am. And, on another note, what the heck's a "Carcinogenetic?" Is that something where I don't get cancer, but my kids could? Never actually heard the term, but I'm no zoologist.
Posted by BA 2006-02-25 22:01||   2006-02-25 22:01|| Front Page Top

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