Grade Nine Girls Take on Health Canada

June 19, 2014 at 2:05 pm Leave a comment

In a Global TV documentary back in 2010, reporters described how radiation from wireless computers and WiFi routers are making students sick. Health Canada insists that WiFi is safe, but those scientists interviewed by Global claim that their data is flawed. Check out the documentary below:

Now, a science project conducted by grade 9 girls in Denmark seems to suggest that Global TV was correct. The grade nine girls attempted to grow a plant in a room with radiation emitted by a WiFi router, (equivalent to the amount emitted by a cell phone), and setup a control group in a radiation-free room. What they found was that the plants placed near the router did not grow while those in the radiation-free room grew as expected.

While this may not be unequivocal evidence in support of Global Television’s claim against Health Canada, it certainly is intriguing.

To read more about the grade nine study visit Ninth Grade Girls Show Plants Won’t Grow Near Wi-Fi Routers

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