Do you know where the WiFi/Bluetooth Antennas are on your child’s iPad?

  The Safety Manual and Disclaimers for Apple products says, “read all safety information below and operating instructions before using iPad to avoid injury.”   “iPad contains radio transmitters and receivers. When on, iPad sends and receives radio frequency (RF) energy through its antenna. The Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® antennas are located behind the screen to the left of the Home button,…

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iPads from Safeinschool.org

iPads: How Safe Are Our Children? TheGreenGazette July-August 2013 In the past few years, iPad has become many adults’ best friend and children’s babysitter. It is used as a computer, eBook reader, camera, video/music player, word processor, communication device, drawing tool, game pad, and more. Apple says, “Read all safety information below and operating instructions before using…

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From EMF Wise – Resources

  Informational Leaflets / Flyers   See also: Links | Pamphlets | Video Links   Overview   Precautions   How to Reduce Microwave Radiation: Replace, Reduce, Reposition – from Citizens for Safe Technology 10 Precautions for Mobile Phones and other Electromagnetic Radiation Sources – from EMF Wise   Smart Meters   Smart Meter Flyers from British Columbia Coalition to Stop…

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An interesting website from Germany

  VISIT – Electrosmog-free-living.com   RF transmitters in your area Many government agencies responsible for spectrum management and telecommunications make their databases of wireless transmitters available online. Depending on the country, they can be searched by postal code, place name, geographical coordinates, or frequency to locate RF transmitters and cell towers in your area. AustraliaAustralian Communications…

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New Art – Heads Up On Cell Towers by Mardel Sanzotta

Original artwork by Mardel DeBuhr Sanzotta As a self taught painter with remarkable composition skills, Mardel Sanzotta has mastered a variety of painting media. Versatility, lyricism and poetry are evident in her work. She was born near the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota, and is influenced by having lived and worked in the Northwest wilderness…

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No Escape?

  So – you won’t get killed quickly in a car crash – but slowly – in a sea of microwave radiation. And here’s the straight faced quote – with a head-nodding bouncer guy in the background: We must continue to look to new and innovative ways to save lives.    

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