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Parents of boy with tumour want wi-fi out of school

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posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 09:37 PM
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beckybecky
wi-fi is to blame.it caused the death of that kid.

When did iPad's become time travel devices? You know, since he had the cancer a full month BEFORE they bought him the iPad.




posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 09:44 PM
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This is one of those things where people will believe what they want to believe. There is absolutely research evidence that proves microwave radiation from cell phones, and wifi will disrupt biological processes, and potentially lead to cancer in human beings. People don't want to know, so choose not to do their own research, instead being agents of propaganda, and spout out what is shoved their way by MSM.

Seriously, if you care to know, do the research your self. I won't bother to post a single link, as it's just as I said, something that you are either willfully ignorant about and don't care to study, else know already.

I know more than a couple of people who have had cancer in the exact location that they put a device with microwave radiation up against regularly. Even these people are blind, and say it's just a coincidence.




posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 10:04 PM
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More radiation comes out your old fashioned fireplace than a cell phone.

These things need to be kept in perspective.



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 10:19 PM
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I think all of those waves could be dangerous, too, but I haven't made many changes to decrease them. If I had more money and time I would.
The article said the little boy fell asleep with the thing under/his pillow. So, possibly, it was there 8 hrs a night 7 nights a week. possibly. I doubt many others kids do the same



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 10:22 PM
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I did see on tv LONG ago that a particular scientist or doctor learned to use this power, he harnesses it, to heal cancer. Somehow he put the source of the waves on each side of a human and close, too. Haven't heard of it since.



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 11:10 PM
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" you don't JUST get cancer."

Actually YOU do. And by that I mean you make it yourself every day. Mutation is cells / DNA is the dark side of cell division and evolution.

That's why kids go down so fast with it. They are performing myo-genesis on an epic scale.


PS. You are speaking to a mortician of 35 years experience. And cancer is part of life. deal with it.



posted on Dec, 28 2013 @ 11:39 PM
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What a total waste of time, anything in the school that is wifi enabled will be constantly sending out probe requests for a router. That includes all the children's mobile phones. So the kid will still have hundreds of probe requests bouncing around all the time.



posted on Dec, 29 2013 @ 03:18 AM
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beckybecky
of course you are trying to divert attention from the wi-fi causing cancer because your are worried about big pharma profits because people might get more careful thus reducing big pharma profits.


Why is this your MO? Someone disagrees with you so you use this exact same line every time! You're so arrogant you cannot for one minute think you might actually be talking total rubbish, but instead it must be that we're all concerned about our portfolios, like in this thread?


beckybecky
do you have kids? do you love your kids or are you more interested in big pharma profits?


I have 3, personally. And each has a tablet and we have so much WiFi it is just sloshing about the house. I slipped on some spare WiFi in the kitchen yesterday.......


beckybecky
big pharma makes at least a million when somebody is diagnosed with cancer.


No, they don't. In the UK (and by extension Europe), the average cost of treating a cancer patient is around £30-40,000. I know the US's health system may cost more, but that is a symptom of terrible health provisioning and profit taking than anything else.


beckybecky
10 people get diagnosed with cancer that is 10 million.

a 1000 people gets diagnosed that a cool billion

10000 people diagnosed that is 10 billion


Fictitious maths that means nothing.


beckybecky
did you know 560000 are DEAD from cancer every year in america.generating trillions of dollars of revenue.


This is out of a population of some 300+ million - to put it into context, cancer raters per 100,000 people in the US are actually going down - they were at their peak LONG before WiFi showed up and were driven ,mostly by smoking related cancers.


beckybecky
560000.that is 1/2 million.


More die every year from cardio-vascular disease in the US from poor diet and no exercise - I reckon a good portion of cancers are related to that too.

And yes, people do just get cancer - even a Vegan, living in the wilderness, who runs 50 miles a week and has never smoked or drank runs the risk of getting cancer.



posted on Dec, 29 2013 @ 03:28 PM
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non ionizing radiation is non ionizing



posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 07:15 AM
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Been lurking for years. Finally felt like getting involved in the convo's. I think I stayed away because of all my bad jokes.

Reminds me of a little senior citizen who happens to sneak into my house and take my microwave to the garbage dump.

This same individual has been preaching about the ills of wifi for a long time. Even tried to bribe me to remove it from my home. Thing is ... this person has wifi of their own. Same as their wifi-phobic friends. Apparently everyone's wifi causes cancer except their own.

I would agree that wifi is probably not healthy. Wouldn't every kid with a powered on cell phone be transmitting a wifi signal at this school anyways? I don't think they could police all the kids who would start having wifi hotspots either. I am pretty sure a complete cell phone ban would never go over and I definitely know a cellular jammer wouldn't either.

(Rhetorical) Been told recently that women are keeping their cell phones in their bra's and getting an increased rate of cell phone related breast cancer. Is this the same reason cervical cancer rates skyrocketed the same time pager panties went on the market in the 90's? I wasn't old enough to know if anyone actually bought that crap and used it. I was 12 and thought it was lame. (Kinda seriously wondering now... if it wasn't off topic).



posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 02:39 PM
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OccamsRazor04

beckybecky
wi-fi is to blame.it caused the death of that kid.

When did iPad's become time travel devices? You know, since he had the cancer a full month BEFORE they bought him the iPad.





"Damon Wyman, who still has two children at the school, says Ethan was diagnosed with the tumours three months after he was given a wi-fi-connected iPod...

read the article again.he had the cancer AFTER he got the ipad and was sleeping with it under the pillow.
edit on 21-1-2014 by beckybecky because: more info.



posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 03:38 PM
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snarfbot
non ionizing radiation is non ionizing


now now, no need for logic.



posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 09:17 PM
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beckybecky

OccamsRazor04

beckybecky
wi-fi is to blame.it caused the death of that kid.

When did iPad's become time travel devices? You know, since he had the cancer a full month BEFORE they bought him the iPad.





"Damon Wyman, who still has two children at the school, says Ethan was diagnosed with the tumours three months after he was given a wi-fi-connected iPod...

read the article again.he had the cancer AFTER he got the ipad and was sleeping with it under the pillow.
edit on 21-1-2014 by beckybecky because: more info.

How about you read the article, I did.

Damon Wyman, who still has two children at the school, says Ethan was diagnosed with the tumours three months after he was given a wi-fi-connected iPod

And ...

Doctors who saw Ethan said the tumours appeared to be about four months old


He had the tumour 4 months before being diagnosed. He got the iPad 3 months before being diagnosed. So unless you failed basic math you can clearly see he had the tumour 1 month before the iPad.



posted on Jan, 22 2014 @ 02:38 PM
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OccamsRazor04

beckybecky

OccamsRazor04

beckybecky
wi-fi is to blame.it caused the death of that kid.

When did iPad's become time travel devices? You know, since he had the cancer a full month BEFORE they bought him the iPad.





"Damon Wyman, who still has two children at the school, says Ethan was diagnosed with the tumours three months after he was given a wi-fi-connected iPod...

read the article again.he had the cancer AFTER he got the ipad and was sleeping with it under the pillow.
edit on 21-1-2014 by beckybecky because: more info.

How about you read the article, I did.

Damon Wyman, who still has two children at the school, says Ethan was diagnosed with the tumours three months after he was given a wi-fi-connected iPod

And ...

Doctors who saw Ethan said the tumours appeared to be about four months old


He had the tumour 4 months before being diagnosed. He got the iPad 3 months before being diagnosed. So unless you failed basic math you can clearly see he had the tumour 1 month before the iPad.



no.no and no.


Damon Wyman, who still has two children at the school, says Ethan was diagnosed with the tumours three months after he was given a wi-fi-connected iPod


WHEN the doctor diagnosed it he said the tumor was about 4 months old.WHEN he diagnosed it.

So it could 3 months plus 4 months = 7 months.

Also why would the parent bother with his wi-fi campaign if his child had the tumor already???



posted on Jan, 22 2014 @ 03:04 PM
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The school should have an unannounced inspection of the parents home. If they haven't removed all wifi and other radio frequency emitting devices from their own home (including what ever iPhones or cellular devices they may have ) then this would prove that the parents aren't actually all that passionate about the radio devices. This could be a ploy to get a leg up on a soon to be filed lawsuit against Apple or whomever for not emphasizing that these devices should not be kept close to the body (btw: my Samsung phone carries such warning in the MANUAL) .

This could also just be part of the parents grieving path... Denying the fact that they supplied their child's own death implement and now deflect that on to the school as a way to feel that they are somehow saving the other children.

Wifi, cellular and other rf emitting devices come with a known risk. The adults here should have been more involved in theor child's life, maybe read them a book to go to sleep instead of passing that job off to a cell phone game or something. (I am assuming that is what they did). How irresponsible of the parents. I feel sorry for their loss but I do not think they should push this on others because they did not know the dangers beforehand.
Aside from the RF emissions, there is also the possibility that the devices' battery could just decide to go up in flames. I do not think it is wise to keep a phone under a pillow at all.



posted on Jan, 23 2014 @ 02:31 AM
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beckybecky

Damon Wyman, who still has two children at the school, says Ethan was diagnosed with the tumours three months after he was given a wi-fi-connected iPod


WHEN the doctor diagnosed it he said the tumor was about 4 months old.WHEN he diagnosed it.

So it could 3 months plus 4 months = 7 months.

Also why would the parent bother with his wi-fi campaign if his child had the tumor already???


Actually, it would appear you have some reading comprehension issues...

The doctor diagnosed the tumour 3 months after being given the iPad. That much is clear as day.

So we know exactly when he was diagnosed. The doctor said the tumour was 4 months old - ergo, he had the tumour developing 1 month prior to even coming into contact with the tablet. Simple maths.

I have no idea where you pulling 3+4 from. If anything, following that line of thinking, it only cements the view that the iPad wasn't the cause of tumour?



posted on Jan, 23 2014 @ 11:28 AM
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stumason

beckybecky

Damon Wyman, who still has two children at the school, says Ethan was diagnosed with the tumours three months after he was given a wi-fi-connected iPod


WHEN the doctor diagnosed it he said the tumor was about 4 months old.WHEN he diagnosed it.

So it could 3 months plus 4 months = 7 months.

Also why would the parent bother with his wi-fi campaign if his child had the tumor already???


Actually, it would appear you have some reading comprehension issues...

The doctor diagnosed the tumour 3 months after being given the iPad. That much is clear as day.

So we know exactly when he was diagnosed. The doctor said the tumour was 4 months old - ergo, he had the tumour developing 1 month prior to even coming into contact with the tablet. Simple maths.

I have no idea where you pulling 3+4 from. If anything, following that line of thinking, it only cements the view that the iPad wasn't the cause of tumour?


The doctor said.

The doctor SAID.

how did the doctor know it was 4 months old? i mean a tumor is deep inside your skull and scans show its existance but no way in hell can you predict how long it been there because it not an EXACT SCIENCE.A different doctor might have 3 months or 8 months.

Different cancers in different people grow at different rates,when the doctor said 4 months he was giving it his best GUESS.

he could just easily as have said 6 months or 1 month.

Also a research study found cellphone radiation increases tumor growth rate by 7 times.

This means that the doctor on his best guess said 4 months but it could have been and probably was much more recent because the wi-fi caused its rate of growth to accelerate.

Most doctors are ignorant of the latest research and too busy churning out pills to bother reading the latest research.

they are also very jaded and suffer compassion fatigue.Your just another money making number.



posted on Jan, 23 2014 @ 11:43 AM
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I had a 4 year old son die of an intrinsic pontine glioma ( nasty tumor within the brain stem).
He was an identical twin. After he was diagnosed, we asked that his twin brother be checked as well. After he received a clean bill of health, we were very thankful but perplexed.
We asked all the specialists we encountered what could have caused this and the only thing they ever asked us about was if we lived near high tension wires or if either myself or my husband worked with large ac/dc motors.

My husband was an electrician.

They said there was reason to suspect that alternating currents somehow disrupt the DNA in embryos.

This was back in 96, well before I had a computer or access to any information as we have now so I must say I have not done my due diligence to research this as it's a moot point for me now but what I am here to say is that the brain tumor specialist at the Cleveland Clinic who saw and treated my son was very interested in that fact about my child.
My point is, I think doctors know a good deal more about the correlation between electricity and brain tumors by now, maybe we should consider this to be a possibility.
edit on 23-1-2014 by Cherryontop because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 23 2014 @ 11:44 AM
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Discrediting the source means you are desperately losing the argument. You want to believe that wifi and technology caused the cancer. We get it.
But I am sure a oncologist knows far more of what they are talking about than you do. Accept the defeat with dignity and move on.

This boy's cancer wasn't caused by apple or Microsoft. People get cancer. Children get cancer. Cancer happens and these parents are over reacting, though its understandable.

A friend of mine is a children's hospice nurse. Children die of cancer every day.



posted on Jan, 23 2014 @ 11:45 AM
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I am so, very sorry that you had to go through that.



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