From: Michael Bevington
Subject: RE: Reply from the Honourable Leona Dombrowsky, Minister of Education
Correspondence Unit (MET)
Hon. Leona Dombrowsky,
Minister of Education,
Ministry of Education,
Dear Ms Dombrowsky,
Thank you for your reply to my email about the health dangers of WiFi in schools.
I am puzzled that you state that your ministry uses the outdated thermal safety limits set by the World Health Organization and Health Canada to deal with the sub-thermals effects of WiFi. Most involved scientists since the 1980s have accepted the difference and even the European Parliament and some courts and insurers are now making this distinction; they regard the WHO 6-minute thermal limits as simply irrelevant in terms of long-term low-level sub-thermal exposure.
Indeed, it was shocking to see Brad Saunders, from the Simcoe County District School Board, trying to argue on the CBC that he had to follow the thermal levels set by Health Canada. This seemed political evasion and not a health argument.
In Sweden, I understand, if a single child in a school suffers from sensitivity to WiFi the whole WiFi system has to be removed. I am grateful that in the school where I teach the WiFi has been removed from my area after it sensitized me to this type of radiation. I can still suffer symptoms, however, if I enter radiation zones at sub-thermal levels elsewhere.