I’ve been blogging about this for a while. Cell phones are dangerous and now because of some 9th grade students in Denmark have done a science fair project to show their results of how plants do near wi-fi, the scientific community is taking notice! Let’s see what happens here in America. We have wi-fi everywhere. How is it affecting babies and growing children as we watch their IQ and grades plummet and blame bad parenting, bad teachers when in fact we could be ruining their ability to learn by things like wi-fi, vaccines, gmo food, and fluoride. Admit the logical truth that if you are over 40, you did not grow up with the plethora of environmental factors negatively impacting you in this way.
Ninth-graders design science experiment to test the effect of cellphone radiation on plants. The results may surprise you.Five ninth-grade young women from Denmark recently created a science experiment that is causing a stir in the scientific community.It started with an observation and a question. The girls noticed that if they slept with their mobile phones near their heads at night, they often had difficulty concentrating at school the next day. They wanted to test the effect of a cellphone’s radiation on humans, but their school, Hjallerup School in Denmark, did not have the equipment to handle such an experiment. So the girls designed an experiment that would test the effect of cellphone radiation on a plant instead.The students placed six trays filled with Lepidium sativum, a type of garden cress into a room without radiation, and six trays of the seeds into another room next to two routers that according to the girls calculations, emitted about the same type of radiation as an ordinary cellphone.Over the next 12 days, the girls observed, measured, weighed and photographed their results. Although by the end of the experiment the results were blatantly obvious — the cress seeds placed near the router had not grown. Many of them were completely dead. While the cress seeds planted in the other room, away from the routers, thrived.