A while ago I saw a poster in Mullumbimby detailing the health risks caused by wi-fi. What was particularly interesting was the citation at the bottom of the poster: a website called www.safespaceprotection.com. A quick analysis of this site makes it very clear that this website makes claims that are not scientifically justified, as it sells devices claiming to make wi-fi signals safe by rearranging the particles in the electromagnetic field.
This is complete scientific garbage. Wi-fi signals are just radio waves – which are natural – and we are exposed to radio waves all the time. They have been around in radio and TV signals for decades, and have been around in the cosmos for billions of years. They are completely harmless. Furthermore, the site talks about electromagnetic fields, which is a misnomer, because there is only one electromagnetic field, which extends throughout all time and space. All radiation is merely fluctuations in the EMF, and we are exposed to heaps of natural, harmless radiation on a day-to-day basis. The levels emitted by wireless devices are negligible.
Before making grandiose claims about such things, make sure you do some research, and ensure said research is sound and dependable – and not from a site selling expensive paperweights which do nothing, under a lie that they improve your health.
Arden Rushwood, Suffolk Park