Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Updates May 27, 2013

Student science experiment finds plants won't grow near Wi-Fi router – 

Ninth-graders design science experiment to test the effect of cellphone radiation on plants. The results may surprise you. 

iPad 3G Dismantled: There Are Five Antennas - You heard that right, folks: Apple looks to be using the entire LCD frame as an antenna!

There are actually FIVE antennas in this iPad: Two antennas handle the cell reception — one is in the RF window on top, the other attaches to the LCD frame. A single GPS antenna is also housed in the RF window on top. Just like the iPad Wi-Fi, there are two antennas that handle Wi-Fi / Bluetooth connectivity, one in the Apple logo and another to the left of the dock connector.

The iPad's  WiFi antenna alone blasts every 4 seconds, 900 times an hour, 5,400 times per school day if turned on, even if a kid doesn't require internet. That blast was over 300 times higher than the iPhone-on-a-call when we tested at the convention booths. (65-75 µW/cm2 Vs 0.2 µW/cm2).

Swedish review strengthens grounds for concluding that radiation from cellular and cordless phones is a probable human carcinogen
(....Studies carried out in Sweden indicate that those who begin using either cordless or mobile phones regularly before age 20 have greater than a fourfold increased risk of ipsilateral glioma....brain cancer is the proverbial “tip of the iceberg”; the rest of the body is also showing effects other than cancers.)
Dr. Olle Johansson of the Karolinska Institute of Sweden warns about the potential irreversible damage being done to DNA of our children by exposure to RF radiation from cell phones and transmitters, Wi-Fi Internet, smart meters, etc. 

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