Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Is your Child having Negative Physical Reactions to WiFi Pulsed Microwave?

Does Your Child Have The Following

Muscle Spasms
Learning Problems 
Memory Loss
Heart Hurts
Heart Palpitation
Shortness Breath 
Chronic Illness 
Blood Sugar Fluctuations 
Behavior Problems
Muscle Aches
Joint Pain 
Ringing Ears
Skin Rashes 
Night Sweats

The above are common symptoms of Electrohypersensitivity (or Electrosensitivity). This is a recognized disability in Sweden, and is recognized by the Canadian Human Rights Commission, but at this time, little accommodation has been provided for EHS children in the public school system. If your child is suffering the above symptoms, please contact us at safeinschool [at] gmail.com . Please read more about EHS at http://citizensforsafetechnology.org/ehs-symptoms-and-support-in-health-effects,27,0

Video: Emergency Medical Doctor 
Talks About Her Experience Of Electrohypersensitivity (EHS)

Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe is a medical doctor with Emergency Medicine as her specialist area. In training for this specialty she has a broad base of medical experience including surgery, anaesthesiology and intensive care (both neonatal and adult). She has worked in hospital emergency rooms, lead trauma teams and taught on trauma medicine courses throughout the UK and abroad. She was also selected to instruct doctors on teaching within medicine. Erica offers advice and support to persons with EHS, their families and their doctors.

Tormented Oxford Graduate Killed Himself because He was ‘Allergic to Mobile Phones’

Tragic violinist Michael Nield, 36, suffered from a condition called electro-sensitivity, which caused a painful reaction to all sources of electric fields including mobile phones and phone masts.


BC Educational Plan Vs Non-WiFi Schools for Children of High Tech Executives

There is a limited time within which comments for BC's Educational Plan can be submitted. If you are concerned about the use of wireless microwave technology in schools, please utilize this chance to speak up. Comments don't have to be long. It only takes 2 minutes. Please do it today... and share with others who have this concern. Thank you!

Do NOT confuse LEARNING with expensive wireless gadgets that bear health risks on Children.

The Chief Technology Officer of eBay and many Executives of Silicon Valley giants like Google, Apple, Yahoo and Hewlett-Packard send their children to Waldorf (No WiFi) schools.

A Silicon Valley School That Doesn’t Compute

The Private School in Silicon Valley where Tech Honchos send their Kids so they DON'T use Computers

Silicon Valley Tech Execs Sending Kids to Tech-free Schools

High-tech and Autism:

Autism Report June 1987 – June 2007, Department of California Health
"From June 1987 through June 2007, California experienced a twelve-fold increase in individuals with autism being served by DDS".
That's 1200% increase in 10 years.

Childhood Autism Spikes in Geek Heartlands

"Childhood autism is two to four times as common in Eindhoven, the centre of the Dutch information technology industry, as it is in two comparably sized Dutch cities with far fewer IT employees".

"Rising autism has also been seen in regions such as Silicon Valley, California. But the Dutch study claims to be the first to directly ask
whether concentrations of IT workers mean more children with autism too".

"Researchers analysed data on autism prevalence on 62,000 school children in three Dutch cities, each with populations of around quarter a million.
"This was more than double the corresponding figure of 84 in Haarlem and four times the figure of 57 in Utrecht.

Autism - and its milder cousin Asperger's syndrome - is surging among the children of Silicon Valley. Are math-and-tech genes to blame?

Are Autism Spectrum Conditions More Prevalent in an Information-Technology Region? A School-Based Study of Three Regions in the Netherlands

Former President of Microsoft Canada Frank Clegg heads Advocacy Organization against Wireless Radiation
Mr. Frank M. Clegg served as the President of Microsoft Canada Co. from 1991 to 1996. He served as Vice President of Microsoft's Central U.S. and Canada Region since 1996 and again served as the President of Microsoft Canada Inc., from 2000 to January 2005. Prior to Microsoft, he worked several years with IBM Canada in senior management positions. He played a leadership role in Canada's technology sector and in the broader Canadian community for many years. Mr. Clegg has been Corporate Chairman of Navantis, Inc. since October 2005. He is heavily involved in numerous charitable foundations throughout Canada, including the Canadian National Institute for the Blind. He serves as the Chairman of the Board of Diversinet Corp. Mr. Clegg has been an Independent Director of Indigo Books & Music Inc. since February 1, 2005. He serves as a Director of Information Technology Association of Canada. He served as Director of Advanced Micro Devices Inc., from May 24, 2007 to April 29, 2010. He serves as a Member of Advisory Board of HelpCaster Technologies, Inc. Mr. Clegg  graduated from the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, where he earned an Honors Bachelors degree in Mathematics in 1977.

Other News

A Landmark Court Case has ruled there is a Link between using a Mobile Phone and Brain Tumours, paving the Way for a Flood of Legal Actions.

Video: Former Canadian Military Electronic Warfare Expert Jerry Flynn talks about the Health Impacts of Wireless Radiation

NEW Study - the Oxford Journals: 
The Suicidal Feelings, Self-Injury, and Mobile Phone Use After Lights Out in Adolescents 
"Conclusions: Mobile phone use after lights out may be associated with poor mental health, suicidal feelings, and self-injury in both early and late adolescents."

Man 'Cooks' His Sperm with Laptop
Doctors have told a UK man, 30, that his laptop was cooking his sperm and that’s why he and his wife were struggling to have a baby – tests had shown he was producing enough sperm but that they suffered heat damage. According to the Daily Mail, Scott Reed then put his laptop on his desk instead of his lap and three months later his wife Laura was pregnant.

BC Educational Plan Vs Non-WiFi Schools for Children of High Tech Executives

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Industry Canada Wi-Fi Case Study:
Why do the radiation levels look so low?

$ndustry Canada serves the $ndustry. Its mandate is: “to help make Canadian $ndustry more product$ve and compet$t$ve in the global economy”Health concern is not its priority. http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/icgc.nsf/eng/h_00018.html

Industry Canada conducted a “WiFi case study” in May 2012. This study has been cited by pro-WiFi parties to advertise “WiFi safety” in schools. However, we have found that this study does not provide any meaningful data applicable to the kind and level of radiation which children are subject to in a classroom situation.
  • There is NO near-field measurement of the user's exposure level from a downloading/uploading laptop. Remember: Children in schools use laptops, ipads and hand-held wireless devices in DIRECT contact with their bodies. In the Industry Canada report, there was no clear description of the user's distance from the laptop. They wrote: "RF exposure levels for one laptop connected to AP2 in uploading mode at a preselected measurement location with the tri-axis antenna positioned at a height of 1.25 metres". Their diagram on page10 shows that those preselected measurement locations (named P1-P12) do not correspond to users' seating locations.
  • The only near-field measurement presented was 20cm from an AP (router) and the numbers were high.
    E.g. 8b) RF exposure levels from 5150 to 5350 MHz with the tri-axis antenna positioned at 20 cm from AP1:
    "Average measurement" was 6.679538% of SC6. At this frequency range the SC6 limit is 50 W/m2, i.e. 5000 µW/cm2. The measurement recorded was, therefore, 339.769 µW/cm2 ! The maximum measurement was 10.585600% of SC6 limit, i.e. 529.28 µW/cm2 .
    * See Biological Effects recorded in scientific studies from power density levels of 0.0000000001 μW/cm2 and up: http://www.hese-project.org/hese-uk/en/niemr/power_density_effects.pdf
  • When this case study report referred to measurements during the uploading/downloading of a certain number of laptops (page 36-37; 5b, 6b, 7b), there was only one preselected measurement location – P7, which was in the middle of the room, not close to ANY particular user (see diagram on page 10).
  • On page 14 it is written: "3b) Spatial- and time-averaged RF exposure levels from 2.4 to 5.825 GHz at the location with the highest levels found from 1b and 2b. Health Canada’s Safety Code 6 states that for situations in which the exposure intensity varies significantly with time within a period of 6 minutes, time-averaging values must be calculated from multiple measurements. Safety Code 6 also states that spatial averaging (from a nine-point matrix) over the projected surface area (flat plane) equivalent to the head and the body region of a person shall be measured if the localized values vary by more than 20%."
    Not only did Industry Canada average out the time exposure, they also averaged out the "spatial" exposure. First of all, the points on that nine-point matrix might not be the points where the microwave beams hit, and if one or two points happen to be where the beams go through, that high level of measurement will be "averaged" down by the other matrix points which have no contact to the beams. This is similar to describing the force of a car that has crashed into another object in the following ways:
  1. Reporting the speed of the car as an average speed over 6 minutes - a combined average speed of the top speed (150 km/hr when the car crashed) and the 0 km/hr speed while the car was stationary.
  2. Reporting the force that the impacted object received, by averaging the force received over a 9-point matrix, including matrix points where the object had actual contact with the crashing car (strong force) AND the points where the object had no contact with the crashing car (zero force).
    The resulting published figures will look extremely low but unfortunately, DO NOT represent the actual level of radiation that students are subject to.
    Most important of all, the data obtained from this case study refer to Health Canada's Safety Code 6 (should be renamed: Danger Code 6). Health Canada's SC-6 is based on short-term acute exposure, and is only concerned about whether the exposure causes a rise in the person's body temperature. (Imagine the health authority announcing that cigarette smoking poses no harm until it rots your teeth. It is that irrelevant.) SC6 is an outdated and obsolete guideline which ignores all the science that has demonstrated biological effects resulting from pulsed RF microwave exposure at much, much lower levels than official thresholds. Health Canada also has no data of long-term health effects resulting from chronic, cumulative exposure, such as what is now imposed on school children for 6 hours a day, 5 days a week, for decade+ in public education.
    Another irrelevant study which the Chief Medical Officer and School Boards erroneously use to demonstrate the “Safety” of WiFi: http://www.safeinschool.org/2012/04/bc-chief-medical-officer-dr-perry.html

Posted By SafeinSchool.Org

Monday, October 15, 2012

PLEASE COME to Greater Victoria SD61 WiFi Committee Meeting - Wed Oct 17 at 4:30pm

Scientists plead with Victoria School District to Protect Children from Wireless Technology in Schools
Yet another qualified expert has written the Victoria School Board re Wi-Fi technology (microwave radiation) and the extreme risk it poses to children’s health. This technology has NEVER been proven safe and its ubiquitous use in schools clearly uses children as guinea pigs for this type of all day exposure.  Parents have the right to say NO to this 2b carcinogen for their children. Safer hard wired solutions are already found in most schools and do not emit microwave radiation at close proximity 6 hours daily, 5 days a week!

Please, for the protection of all our children, listen to what the Scientists all over the world are saying about the very real threat in our schools.
Join us on Wednesday, October 17th,  4:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Victoria School Board Office, 556 Boleskine Road and to show the Wi-Fi Committee that we are saying NO to Wi-Fi Transmitters in our schools and YES to Safer Hard Wired Solutions ! 

Tammy Jeske and Janis Hoffmann
Parent Advocates for Safe Schools

Dr. David O. Carpenter, M.D Worries About the Biological Effects of Wireless Technology in Schools http://www.defenderpad.com/growing-concern-of-the-wifi-radiation-impact-on-children/

Toronto Sun: Physician Group adds weight to warnings of Wi-Fi in School (Oct 5, 2012):

Dr. Martin Blank (Columbia University): 2012 Letter to Victoria WiFi Committee.

Dr. David O. Carpenter (State University of New York): Letter to WiFi Committee of SD61.

Dr. Magda Havas (Trent University): Open Letter to Parents, Teachers, School Boards regarding WiFi Networks in Schools.

Dr. Olle Johansson (Karolinska Institutet): Letter to Board of Education, Greater Victoria School District 61.

WiFi and Cellphone Radiation: Fast Track to Humanity's Genetic Dead End

Generation X'd Out:
An end to the human race as we've known it?
Babies born to GENERATION X-RAY may be on the fast track to humanity's genetic DEAD END.
By Amy Worthington

Scientists warn that a pregnant woman using a cell phone, with or without a headset or bluetooth device, could cause her to place the transmitting phone near her abdomen, exposing her baby to dangerous levels of microwave radiation. Both the pelvic structure and amniotic fluids promote the deep penetration of microwaves, which can be easily absorbed by the fetus.

The term "Generation X-ray" refers to youth addicted to communicating and recreating with wireless devices - cell phones, PDAs, WiFi computers and music/gaming equipment. These wireless devices emit high-frequency microwave radiation, recently demonstrated by European researchers to efficiently inflict the same horrific damage on human cells as X-radiation.

Surveys reveal that the average American child under 18 now spends several hours a day irradiating himself with his cell phone "toy." Meantime, Swedish scientists report that children and teens who use cell phones are up to five times more likely than non-users to suffer glioma brain cancer. Gliomas are among the most difficult to treat and deadly of human cancers. Children who use cordless household phones have over four times the risk of developing brain tumors. The far-reaching health hazards to children and teens from wireless technology are well-documented in part one of this Idaho Observer series: Generation X-ray: Child Victims of Technological Abuse. While the European Parliament and governments around the world are calling for stricter limits on wireless exposure for kids, Gen X-ray continues to ride the down escalator towards disintegrating health and premature death.

Most tragically, because our young people have received no official warning from U.S health agencies, they unknowingly micro-cook their sperm, ova and fetuses with a radiation known to be just as mutagenic and teratogenic as gamma wave radiation from nuclear fallout. The science is clear. Babies born to the hard-core wireless generation will suffer a high probability of genetic corruption from their very seed.

DNA is the crux of the matter

For the sake of human survival, mankind must quickly master this critical fact: modern wireless technology is capable of causing the genetic destruction of humans as a species. Microwave radiation used for wireless communications and surveillance is extremely injurious to human DNA. It is therefore also destructive to both the human genome and the epigenetic chemical switches which control expression of the genes. Below is visual proof, as determined by the **REFLEX** studies, published in 2004 by the European Commission.

- Slide one (top left) shows a normal healthy cell under magnification. This cell is a bright energetic little orb with its DNA and other genetic materials safely inside the cell membrane. It represents the cells of healthy, non-irradiated children of generations past.
- Slide two (top right) shows a living cell exposed to 1600 chest X-rays. This cell is shrunken and has lost its energetic brightness. Trailing behind it are its genetic guts, spilling through the cell membrane as little particles that look like a comet trail against the dark background. These DNA fragments are called micronuclei, typical mutations from excessive X-rays, or from gamma waves of nuclear detonation.

- Slide three (bottom) shows a cell exposed to 24 hours of cell phone radiation. This cell's comet tail of micronuclei splat is identical to that of ionizing X-ray damage. The microwave frequency used by REFLEX scientists to micronucleate this cell was 1.8 gigahertz (1800 megahertz), comparable to 1.9 gigahertz frequency blasting from both personal wireless communications devices and the base stations which service them.

Besides the REFLEX work, there are an additional 17 published scientific papers documenting abnormal changes in DNA exposed to cell phone radiation and other frequencies in the microwave bands.3 Microwave radiation-defined as electromagnetic waves ranging from 300 million hertz to 300 billion hertz-brutalizes human cells by vibrating tissues at incredible speeds. The fragile molecules and chemical bonds of DNA cannot withstand being whipped back and forth at millions or billions of times per second. Microwaving the DNA could be described as a cellular version of **shaken baby syndrome.**

A history lesson is valuable here

Since the Cold War, the U.S. government has known that microwaves are genetically hazardous. Beginning in 1953 and continuing intermittently for about three decades, the Russian Soviets used microwaves to covertly attack the U.S. embassy staff in Moscow, Russia. The ongoing irradiation campaign affected about 1,800 employees and 3,000 dependents housed at the embassy during this period.35

The Russians targeted the U.S. embassy with 2.4 to 4.1 gigahertz, a range within the same realm of frequencies blasting from America's wireless cell phones, in-house cordless phones, wireless computers, WiFi systems and cell towers. The Russians mainly used a power density of around 5 to 18 microwatts per square centimeter (5-18 uW/cm2).

In the mid 1970s, a Johns Hopkins medical team under direction of Dr. Abraham Lilienfield was commissioned by the U.S. State Department to study the health effects of the Moscow irradiation on our embassy staffers. The draft report documented numerous symptoms of radiation poisoning, including immune system disorders, high white blood cell counts, chronic fatigue, blurred vision, cataracts and muscle aches. Information on cancer was deliberately withheld from the Lilienfield team, but it was later reported that cancer incidence among embassy staff was four times normal.37

Most individuals among the irradiated staff were protected by the stone structure of the embassy building and therefore they received an estimated average of only 0.19 uWatts/cm2. Nevertheless, reproductive problems among the irradiated Moscow personnel included abnormal red and white blood cells, above average chromosomal aberrations, higher than normal rates of miscarriage plus pregnancy complications.38 Embassy staff with blood abnormalities were advised not to conceive children until six months after their somatic levels had returned to normal in a non-irradiated environment.39

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Victoria School Board Trustee Speaks out on WiFi and Children, Calls for Precaution.

October 17: SD61 WiFi K-5 and the Precautionary Principle by Diane McNally, Victoria School Board Trustee (Oct 10, 2012):

Trust us. It’s perfectly safe.

I’m thinking of Health Canada, WHO (World Health Organization), and Dr. Perry Kendall, BC Provincial Health Officer. (For more on WHO and Kendall’s way of thinking, see this month’s Focus Magazine article “Will a flu shot keep you healthy? “ by Alan Cassels. About more than the flu shot, the article explores the often less than transparent way health policy is developed. Regarding WHO and the declared H1N1 “pandemic”, the committee that made the decision and thus caused billions to be spent on vaccine orders was “stacked with scientists who had ties to drug companies”. WHO is obviously a compromised and far from impartial agency.)

And remember these: Thalidomide. Vioxx. Fen-Phen. Asbestos. Electroshock. DDT. X-raymachines in children’s shoe departments. All “safe” – and the list is a lot longer – until they weren’t.

On October 17, School District 61′s Wifi Committee will reconvene after a long hiatus for one meeting only, apparently. GVTA teachers’ non-attendance at the meetings during job action has been pointed to as the reason for the long break. However, the Greater Victoria Teachers’ Association submitted a member ratified final document in January 2011, supporting the Precautionary Principle.

The Precautionary Principle states that if an action or policy has a risk of causing harm, in the absence of scientific consensus that the action or policy is harmful, the burden of proof that it is not harmful falls on those taking the action. In some legal systems, as in the law of the European Union, the application of the Precautionary Principle has been made a legal requirement.

The Toronto Sun reported on October 5, 2012: “Schools should not install wireless Internet systems because the technology is linked to learning disabilities, headaches and immune system deficiencies, according to an international association of physicians.The American Academy of Environmental Medicine, which is holding a conference on the brain and nervous system this week in Florida, says safer alternatives should be used instead of Wi-Fi.”

The Swiss Government has issued cautions in regard to wireless radiation emitted by baby monitors, cell phones, laptops, and tablets.

I am committed to implementation of the Precautionary Principle in SD61 in regard to WiFi in K-5 schools, as neighbouring Saanich School District has done after reviewing the research – no wifi K-5 for student use in Saanich Schools....

Read more: http://lined-paper.com/category/wifi/

A simple and important Video explaining Wi-Fi technology for parents, teachers and administrators
Oct 1, 2012

Physician group adds weight to warnings of Wi-Fi in schools
Oct 5, 2012, Toronto Sun.



Italian consumer group warns of Wi-Fi health risks on trains
10 October 2012, CET News

"A survey conducted by Italian consumers association Condacons, conducted on Frecciarossa trains from Trenitalia and high-speed NTV trains, claims that Wi-Fi connections on trains represent a threat to the health of passengers. Exposure to magnetic and electromagnetic waves on Italian trains equipped with the internet system 'exceeds the limits set by law'. Electromagnetic waves detected on Frecciarossa exceeded the limit by 588 percent and on the Italo trains the situation is even worse, with an excess of 6,800 percent. Condacons has subsequently presented a complaint to prosecutors in Milan, Turin, Bologna, Florence and Rome."

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

What do Experts say about WiFi and Children?

(1) Safe School 2012: Report by doctors, doctor's associations and international scientists calling for the protection of children against the health effects of Wi-Fi and cellphone radiation. A must-read by parents and teachers!

(2) Dr. Dariusz Leszczynski - Research Professor at STUK (Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Finland): 
As a member on the May 2011 Expert Panel of the World Health Organization's International Agency on the Research of Cancer (IARC) which classified RF-EMF as a 2B Possible Carcinogen to Humans, Dr. Leszczynski wrote on Washington Times,
"In summary, IARC classification:
· justifies implementation of the Precautionary Principle [Editor: this means we should take preventive measures NOW.]
· confirms existence of non-thermal effects that can cause health risk [Editor: this debunked Health Canada's theory that electromagnetic radiation only causes thermal effects, i.e.rise in body temperature.]
· indicate that current safety standards are insufficient to protect health of the users” [Editor: Health Canada's standards, which follows ICNIRP standards, is outdated, obsolete, and inadequate for protecting our children's health. ]

(3) The Austrian Medical Association:
"Wi-Fi environments will lead to high microwave exposure for students and teachers which might increase the burden of oxidative stress. Oxidative stress might slow down the energy production especially in brain cells and may lead e.g. to concentration difficulties and memory problems in certain individuals. The Austrian Medical Association recommends Wi-Fi free school environments."

(4) Israel's Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman implored Education Minister Gideon Sa’ar to immediately suspend the installation of wireless Internet in schools due to the hazards of electromagnetic radiation.

(5) Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (RNCNIRP): "Electromagnetic radiation from Wi-Fi creates an additional burden for the child brain, whose body is in a state of development and the formation of mental activity. During this period, children are most susceptible to adverse environmental factors (WHO, publication number 3, April 2003)... [RNCNIRP] recommend the usage of wired networks in schools and educational institutions, rather than a network using wireless broadband systems, including Wi-Fi."

(6) Switzerland's Physicians for the Environment (MfE): " the risk of cancer for this type of [wireless] radiation is thus similar to that of the insecticide DDT, rightly banned... From the medical point of view, it is urgent to apply the precautionary principle for mobile telephony, wifi, power lines, etc.” 

(7) The American Academy of Environmental Medicine: "Adverse health effects, such as learning disabilities, altered immune responses, headaches, etc. from wireless radio frequency fields do exist and are well documented in the scientific literature. Safer technology, such as using hard-wiring, must be seriously considered in schools for the safety of those susceptible individuals who may be affected by this phenomenon. "

(8) The American Academy of Pediatrics:
The American Academy of Pediatricians (AAP) represents “60,000 primary care pediatricians, pediatric medical subspecialists, and pediatric surgical specialists".
"Children are disproportionately affected by environmental exposures, including cell phone radiation.  The differences in bone density and the amount of fluid in a child’s brain compared to an adult’s brain could allow children to absorb greater quantities of RF energy deeper into their brains than adults.  It is essential that any new standards for cell phones or other wireless devices be based on protecting the youngest and most vulnerable populations to ensure they are safeguarded through their lifetimes... Many more people, especially adolescents and young adults, now use cell phones as their only phone line, and they begin using wireless phones at much younger ages.  Despite these dramatic changes in mobile phone technology and behavior, the FCC [same standard as Health Canada] has not revisited the standard for cell phone radiation exposure since 1996... the current exposure limits may not reflect the latest research on RF energy, and that current mobile phone testing requirements may not identify maximum RF energy exposure. "


(9) UK EM Radiation Research Trust: 
Previous Chairman for the UK Health Protection Agency and previous Chief Scientific Advisor to Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair’s government appeared on a National TV investigation on wifi and stated that he could not rule out the possibility that there may be biological effects, adding that this means there may be changes in cognitive function and indications that there may be cancer inductions along with molecular biology changes within the cell.

(10) S. Foster MSW, Advisor, Radiation Research Trust (U.S.): 
"I organized a brain study of firefighters, men who are considered to be the strongest of the strong among us, in California in 2004. They had been exposed to a cell tower beaming across their working/sleeping quarters for 5+ years. Each of the men who had their brains scanned showed a hyper-excitability of the neurons, or brain cells. This is considered to be a precursor to early cell death and potentially early onset Parkinson's, ALS, and Alzheimer's. Now, 8 years later, two of the men have had psychotic breaks with reality and all are suffering from memory impairment. All the men tested in 2004 had tremors, and some were still in their 20's. ”

(11) Girish Kumar - Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, I.I.T. Bombay, India: 
I have been following the development regarding radiation hazards of Wi-Fi in Schools.
I have attached my Presentation on Cell Tower Radiation Hazards and Solutions. Finally, Govt. of India has adopted 1/10th of radiation norms from Sep. 1, 2012. However, we are pursuing them to adopt 1/1000th of ICNIRP Guidelines.
Wi-Fi radiation is in the frequency range of 2.4 to 2.5 GHz and microwave oven frequency is 2.45 GHz, in which food is heated/cooked. Human body consists of 70% liquid and brain contains 90% liquid.

(12) Prof . Olle Johansson
Department of Neuroscience, Experimental Dermatology Unit, Karolinska Institute, Sweden: 
"The Precautionary Principle shifts the burden of proof from those suspecting a risk to those who discount it... Too many times, 'experts' have claimed to be experts in fields where actually the only expert comment should have been: "I/we just do not know". Such fields were e.g. the DDT, X-ray, radioactivity, smoking, asbestos, BSE, heavy metal exposure, depleted uranium, etc., etc., etc., where the "no risk"-flag was raised before true knowledge came around. Later on, the same flag had to be quickly lowered, many times after enormous economic costs and suffering of many human beings. Along those lines, it is now (regarding "the protection from exposure to electromagnetic fields" issue) very important to clearly identify the background and employment (especially if they sit, at the same time, on the industry's chairs) of every 'expert' in different scientific committees..."

(13) Dr. Andrew Goldsworthy, BSc, PhD
Honorary Lecturer, Imperial College London
Scientific Advisor, European Space Agency
Scientific Advisor, Bio Electromagnetic Research Initiative
Scientific Advisor, The Radiation Research Trust:

"The chilling possibility to emerge from this is that the biological effects of electromagnetic fields can be transmitted in the bloodstream and exposure in any part of the body could have an effect all over the body, not just the parts that are directly exposed. Nowhere in the body is safe from the effects of the radiation. No part of the body should be exposed to it. As someone who has studied the effects of electromagnetic radiation on animals and humans for many years, my advice is for all schools that have Wi-Fi equipment to remove it immediately, replace it with cable, and disable the Wi-Fi on any laptops that they wish to retain (quite easy to do given the schools have existing operating Ethernet systems)."

(14) Robert A Baan PhD, The IARC Monographs IARC, The World Health Organization:
"the classification 2B, possibly carcinogenic, holds for all types of radiation within the radiofrequency part of the electromagnetic spectrum, including the radiation emitted by base-station antennas [cellphone towers], radio/TV towers, radar, Wi-Fi, smart meters, etc. "

(15) Health Canada:
"... encourages parents to reduce their children's RF exposure from cell phones since children are typically more sensitive to a variety of environmental agents. As well, there is currently a lack of scientific information regarding the potential health impacts of cell phones on children."

(16) John Wargo, Ph.D., Professor of Environmental Risk and Policy, Yale University:

“The scientific evidence is sufficiently robust showing that cellular devices pose significant health risks to children and pregnant women. The weight of the evidence supports stronger precautionary regulation by the federal government. The cellular industry should take immediate steps to reduce emission of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) from phones and avoid marketing their products to children.”