Wi-Fried? 30 Minute ABC Documentary – A must see!

If you missed ABC’s Wi-Fried, here it is:


Watch Dr Devra Davis and the former CEO of Microsoft Canada, Frank Clegg, talk about the health risks of mobile phones and wi-fi – and ARPANSA (Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency) defend the indefensible.

If you liked the program, you can show your support and make a comment at:

a. Catalyst website at: http://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/stories/4407325.htm
b. Catalyst Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/ABCCatalyst/
c. http://www.abc.net.au/contact/contactabc.htm


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7 Responses to Wi-Fried? 30 Minute ABC Documentary – A must see!

  1. Sick Of Their Lies says:

    Dr Charlie Teo’s response to ABC Catalyst’s Wi-Fi program


  2. Sick Of Their Lies says:

    Maryanne Demasi’s (Catalyst Producer/ Presenter) fiery rebuttal to the deniers within the industry, regarding her excellent “Wi-Fried” Calalyst episode that screened last week.


  3. Amanda Firth says:

    The ministry of education must warm principals of the risks to students! Or are they too short term to care??

    • Gwen says:

      Amanda you are right. I talked to the Principal of my daughters school about the danger of wi fi and the response was very similar to ARPANSA..We need to contact the Education Department en masse to see what their reaction will be. Please let us know if this has already happened.

      • Anonymous says:

        The only thing these people are worried about is being held accountable one day. Don’t bother talking with them try to put everything in writing and give them 28 days to respond. Have your facts and evidence handy. An affidavit is a statement of truth look them up on the net, learn all you can. You can’t lie with an affidavit you can go to jail, if the other side lies they can be guilty of perjury, this is a serious offense
        Also look up penalties in the Crimes Act.
        Gwen you say that the Principal’s response was similar to ARPANSA’s, look up the responsibility;of the Principal. Look up what they are legally required to do.
        If you can present evidence to show that wi-fi is putting your child at risk and a possible cancer causing agent is a risk this is a fact then the Principal should be notified that they will be personally held responsible and also the Department of Education, but you need to get names and get everything in writing.

  4. Ron says:

    It seems that the substantiated evidence that ARPANSA require to change the Australian Radiation Protection Standards involves first seeing people dropping dead left right and center. If people don’t drop dead they won’t change it. It’s an approach that flies totally in the face of adopting a precautionary principle. Personally I don’t think ARPANSA have any interest in changing the Standards even if people were to drop dead. I believe that the standard was actually always intended to be a wireless telecommunications industry protection standard and none else.

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