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In contrast, I feel very sad indeed that our special town may well become a wifi hotspot. Our hearts and brains are pulsed with our own innate electricity supply which harmonises with the Schumann Resonance of the earth.

The earth has its own pulse in harmony with the human pulse.  Wifi, on the other hand, has a different pulse which is not in harmony with either the earth nor ourselves.   When our own pulse becomes entrained with wifi pulse, the impact of the microwave radiation on our health includes insomnia, skin complaints and a myriad of other complaints the worst being the damage to your DNA.

Please watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z99_SzoXZdY.

If Mullum becomes a wifi hotspot I will do my shopping elsewhere.

Deborah Lily, Mullumbimby

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  1. You had better start doing your shopping elsewhere Deborah, Mullumbimby already is a Wi-Fi hotspot. In fact, there are close to 100 business, residential and personal hotspots within the business precinct of Mullum.

    What the Mullum Wi-Fi project aims to do is use hotspots that comply to radiation standards that are 100x more strict than Australia’s. In this way the project actually works to reduce the amount of radiation in our environment.

  2. Oh how reassuring, Obi. So now we can relax and continue to shop in Mullum without fear of cancer, Alzheimers, immune suppression and other serious diseases that result from microwave radiation because, as you say, these hotspots comply to radiation standards stricter than those in Australia (?). Could you specify exactly what you mean by that?
    It’s obvious you didn’t bother to look at Deborah’s excellent video link ….
    Here’s a link explaining the health impacts of microwave radiation for those with an open mind:- http://www.scribd.com/doc/3773284/Health-Effects-from-Cell-Phone-Tower-Radiation
    Oh and what about the impact on the birds and bees – or don’t they matter any more?


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