Dear Honourable Madam MacDiarmid, Honourable Mr. Falcon, and Dr. Kendall,

Below is a press release I sent out in response to Global TV’s 16:9 of Oct. 17.

At the bottom is a website with a petition which will be given to HESA.

Here is the address for a youtube of the program :

On this program, you will see a blind test, performed by Dr. Magda Havas, an internationally renowned independent (not industry affiliated) scientist showing the effect on the heart when a WiFi modem is turned on. This was done with an adult volunteer but should a sensitive child have been used for the test, the effects would most likely have been even more pronounced. Children are much more vulnerable to this type of radiation. It is your responsibility to ensure the safety of children and to that end,  only wired internet access should be implemented in schools in British Columbia. Parents are depending on you to take action. Should you have any questions or wish to obtain more information, please let me know. I am at your disposal.
Respectfully Sharon Noble Victoria, BC


Should WiFi be in schools?

On Sunday’s Global TV 16:9 this question was asked and answered — there is no good reason for WiFi in schools and many reasons for not having it. Parents have been demanding that their children receive the tools needed to meet the demands of the 21st century.  And their teachers are eager to meet these demands.  The problem is they all assume that WiFi is 21st Century.

WiFi isn’t the 21st Century. The 21st Century is fibre optic cable. It’s faster, carries more data, is safer (no electromagnetic radiation or EMR), and is less likely to be stolen (hacked into).  That’s fibre optic cable.  And what about WiFi?  It’s slightly more convenient, you don’t have a cable. That’s it. That’s all it has going for it. And for the sake of that small convenience and a superb industry con job, too many people in positions of authority are willing to put their charges in harm’s way.

What researchers like Dr. David Carpenter and Dr. Magda Havas described on 16:9 was technology that is harmful, that was never developed to be used around the general public. Dr. Havas showed how EMR that is emitted from wireless devices like WiFi can cause tachycardia in healthy people. Parents in Simcoe, Ontario have reported children suffering rapid heart beat, breathlessness, and nausea after exposure to WiFi in their schools. Some people are like the proverbial canary in the mine, showing health effects due to exposure to EMR long before others.

This “allergy” is called electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS), and it is estimated that at least 3% of the population suffers from it to one degree or another, with skin rashes, headaches, and racing heart. for example.  EHS is a recognized disability by the Canadian Government, Canadian Human Rights Commission, and by the Americans with Disabilities Act, and some European governments. Several Canadian cities, led by Colwood, BC, officially have months devoted to educating the public about this increasingly common health problem, which results directly from the electromagnetic smog which is engulfing our environment.

Health Canada keeps telling schools and the public that there are no studies showing harm from EMR.  This is a lie.  Studies done decades ago by the military in the U.S., Britain, and Russsia demonstrated the harm associated with this type of low level radiation and even used it as a weapon.  Many other countries are limiting exposure to thousands of times less than Canada allows, and WiFi is being removed from schools, libraries, and hospitals all over the world.

So why is Health Canada so far out of step with the rest of the world?  Well, that’s what happens when a government agency becomes the servant of industry.

Please sign the petition

at and tell Parliament WiFi does not belong in schools.

Sharon Noble