Educational Technology

October 27, 2010

WiFi in Schools Isn’t Bad for Students, Bad Science Is

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:30 am

by Tris Hussey, the Next Web

Somehow, somewhere people got it into their heads that all radiation, no matter how much, is bad. Just plain old bad. The problem with this is that even before humans invented stuff that could emit radiation, we were surrounded by it. The Sun! The Sun emits radiation all the time! It’s what keeps us warm folks. What does this have to do with WiFi you ask? Well, parents groups in both B.C. and Ontario have their hearts set on having schools become WiFi-free zones. Why? Because WiFi might be a health hazard.



Here’s the thing.

It’s not.

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