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Smart Meter Experiment by Blond Girl Students Proves WI-FI is dangerous - Now YOU do the experiment.

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posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 02:36 AM
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Plants won't grow near Wi-Fi routers, experiment finds

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The girls placed six trays of Lepidium sativum seeds (a garden cress grown commercially throughout Europe) in a room without radiation, and an equal amount in a room next to two Wi-Fi routers. Over a 12-day period, they observed, measured, weighed and photographed the results. Even before the 12th day arrived, however, the end results were obvious: The cress seeds placed near the routers either hadn't grown or were completely dead, while the seeds placed in the radiation-free room had blossomed into healthy plants.

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i urge everyone to repeat the experiment yourselves and publish the results.

take daily photos.keep records..randomise the seeds,etc.

include as much info as you can as the lobbyists and their henchmen will come out to discredit the results on any pretext.

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posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 02:55 AM
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Plants grow just fine in my one room wifi saturated home. The only way plantlife dies here is when I forget to water them, or when I accidently water them too much in the winter. Plants seem to use less water when there's only three or four hours of daylight available.

The amount of BS in that article was the final drop that made me break my years long streak of lurking and finally reply to something. Why did it get to me like that? There have been things posted here that were even more preposterous than this.. but I just brushed those threads off as being silly. This I replied to. WHY?



posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 02:57 AM
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i urge everyone to repeat the experiment yourselves and publish the results.

take daily photos.keep records..randomise the seeds,etc.

include as much info as you can as the lobbyists and their henchmen will come out to discredit the results on any pretext.


1. I tried to check out the "experiment" from the Natural News source and all they have is this on the page:


Natural News completes online social media experiment exploring the boundaries of same-sex marriage, racism, sexism and gender

7/2/2013 - After landing myself in some pretty hot water over the past few days running an online social media experiment, I've decided to halt the test and disclose what we've been doing here at Natural News. Yes, it's true: We've been running a social media "stress test" to find out whether internet users could...


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2. If Wifi caused all plants to die there would be a lot of dead plants everywhere. Here's what Wifi would look like if you could see it.

3. Lobbyists are the last thing the world needed to get wifi and cellular popular and keep it there. The world is IV'd into Google, twitter, Facebook and instagram.



"Oh please stop big digital from killing us!" Doom porn remix?

Even if there are negative effects from putting a wifi router on your crotch, or slapping a cell phone next to your gonads all day long, little it would do to convince people they don't want this convenience.



posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 02:58 AM
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Outtis
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Plants grow just fine in my one room wifi saturated home. The only way plantlife dies here is when I forget to water them, or when I accidently water them too much in the winter. Plants seem to use less water when there's only three or four hours of daylight available.

The amount of BS in that article was the final drop that made me break my years long streak of lurking and finally reply to something. Why did it get to me like that? There have been things posted here that were even more preposterous than this.. but I just brushed those threads off as being silly. This I replied to. WHY?


Natural News is one of the best troll sites around that's why…



posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 03:05 AM
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So weird that in my flat where a lot of wi-fi and other RF experiments are going on, that my plants are not dying either.



posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 03:25 AM
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i was interested to read this... i've got about 20 plants in various rooms of my house; the only one that is dying and is nearly dead is the one nearest the wifi box!



posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 05:49 AM
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Um, not sure if I would put too much stock into this

I've got several plants about 5ft. to 10 ft. away from router, spread over a bay window ledge and never a problem.
Unless, of course, I forget to water them



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posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 06:22 AM
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I have 2 hanging baskets outside. One is less than 2 feet from my wifi,not dead but very stunted. My other is 9 feet away and bloomed marvellous throughout the summer.
This is easy to verify,put a line of plants near your wifi source gradually increasing in distance. Observe for yourself.
And laptops should not be put on laps.



posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 06:29 AM
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You can see a photo of the "blond girl students" here. At least this time the students actually exist, though, unlike your mysterious "blond boffins" of yore...

The girls' results certainly yielded some eye-catching photos. This was a single 9th-grade science experiment, though, and while it can constitute a starting point for additional research, it's far from being a controlled, professional study that one could draw scientifically-sound conclusions from. I have house plants that grow just fine near my wi-fi router, but many different variables could come into play here.



posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 06:42 AM
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opopanax
The girls' results certainly yielded some eye-catching photos. This was a single 9th-grade science experiment, though, and while it can constitute a starting point for additional research, it's far from being a controlled, professional study that one could draw scientifically-sound conclusions from. I have house plants that grow just fine near my wi-fi router, but many different variables could come into play here.


Quite - I have plants in my house and none of them show signs of anything untoward, except when I forget to water them or over/under feed them...

This "experiment" was hardly scientific at all - were all the seeds viable seeds to begin with? Was the light the same level and quality in both rooms? Was the temperature the same? The humidity? Did they forget to water (or over water) some?

I have spectacularly failed to grow cress before myself, despite it being the easiest plant in the world to grow. Left on my Kitchen window ledge before, which has good sun all year round and one batch my kids tried failed to even sprout. They had forgotten to water them for a couple of days, then over-watered them to compensate and just killed them outright.



posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 06:49 AM
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If laptops can cause infertility when used on laps then it may be wise to situate the router as far from people as possible.



posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 06:50 AM
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Outtis
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The amount of BS in that article was the final drop that made me break my years long streak of lurking and finally reply to something. Why did it get to me like that? There have been things posted here that were even more preposterous than this.. but I just brushed those threads off as being silly. This I replied to. WHY?


Off topic, but I think this indicates a code error. Your avatar profile indicates you've made 192 posts, yet when I look at your posts on your user page it does say that this was your first post. I wonder where the other 191 came from?

And welcome, and please stick around. After lurking for so long you must have learned a lot and, more importantly, probably have good data to share with ATS that most of us are either unaware of or need to know more about. Thanks.



posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 07:12 AM
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symptomoftheuniverse
If laptops can cause infertility when used on laps then it may be wise to situate the router as far from people as possible.


Claims like this one were about before WiFi and was thought to be as a result of the heat cooking you goolies



posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 07:13 AM
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This story has already been posted about 10 times already. Try searching on WIFI plants.

www.abovetopsecret.com...

www.abovetopsecret.com...
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posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 07:36 AM
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Smart meter named in topic but the experiment was with wi-fi routers for home computers.

That alone make me suspicious of the result of the whole thing. Misleading.



posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 08:13 AM
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You beat me to it and posted all that needs to be posted about this so called claim...by a blond girl
. Why is her hair color important?

If wifi were killing the plants then, as you've posted, plants everywhere would be dead or dying since many cable providers are putting up wifi hotspots all over the place.



posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 08:41 AM
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Swills
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You beat me to it and posted all that needs to be posted about this so called claim...by a blond girl
. Why is her hair color important?

If wifi were killing the plants then, as you've posted, plants everywhere would be dead or dying since many cable providers are putting up wifi hotspots all over the place.
wifi does not kill plants,it stunts their growth when the plant is placed within a couple of feet of a wifi router. I do not find that strange.



posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 08:42 AM
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stumason

symptomoftheuniverse
If laptops can cause infertility when used on laps then it may be wise to situate the router as far from people as possible.


Claims like this one were about before WiFi and was thought to be as a result of the heat cooking you goolies
the heat from micrwaves more like.



posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 10:49 AM
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Swills
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You beat me to it and posted all that needs to be posted about this so called claim...by a blond girl
. Why is her hair color important?

If wifi were killing the plants then, as you've posted, plants everywhere would be dead or dying since many cable providers are putting up wifi hotspots all over the place.



how would you know plants are dying unless you were looking for dead plants?

wifi does not kill plants,it stunts their growth when the plant is placed within a couple of feet of a wifi router. I do not find that strange.


answer that.

just look at youtube videos with shrubs being killed near smart meters.

here:-

www.youtube.com...

here you can hear the screams of the shrubs being killed.

www.youtube.com...

Hair color is very important.For men.

As blonds are desired by men.A survey found that men think of sex every 7 seconds.

Now if I had said 6 88 year old grannies had done the experiment would YOU be interested? No.

Newspapers do it all the time.

2 of the young girls are blond as you can see in the link.Men are desperate for blonds.

Blonds have more fun said Bond.

I am a natural blond too and I am in a School girl outfit with a short skirt just like Britney Spiers video.

No doubt you are already fantasizing about me already.

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posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 11:13 AM
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Beckybecky has some weird/racial supremacist obsession with "blond white people with blue eyes" (now where have we heard that before?). As opopanax dug up in another thread, here's some choice quotes from the hysterical beckybecky regarding race:



if you were walking in a dark street and you saw a black man on one side and a white man on the other side of the street you would automatically feel safer by crossing to the white man's side of the street as you know deep down as the black man could do all sorts of terrible things to you. .



Blond and blue eyed people are the superior race.Everyone should be forced to have this.

In India they try to bleach their skins to try to be white.Nobody marries a dark skinned girl or mates with her .

This proves the universal desire to be white blue eyed and blond.


Very bizarre.
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