November 8: World Wi-Fi Day

Driven by the International Environmental Federation (FAI), is to give visibility to the risks and demonstrate that you can be connected to the networks “in a healthy way through cables and fiber optics,” said Carlos López Sancho. Today, November 7, the FAI consolidated this day as the world no wifi dayto disseminate in our society the risks to be connected through wireless system.

“The objective of this initiative is to give visibility to the risks and demonstrate that it is possible to be connected to the network of networks in a healthy way through cables and fiber optics, which eliminate radiation and is even more efficient, in terms of browsing speed”. “WiFi emits much more radiation than a mobile phone antenna or repeater antennas and, Because it is pulsed, this radiation is more virulent than others, as explained in more than 60 studies,” said computer engineer Carles López Sancho, director of the FAI in Spain.

López has pointed out that the wireless connection network in some countries “is banned and prohibited in sensitive places, especially in kindergartens, and places of worship, among others” and that some governments “recommend its reduction and controlled use.”

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controversy and debate

As published by the site regarding López Sancho’s statements that the Wi-Fi risks have been demonstrated by dozens of studies, what the director of the FAI affirms is simply and plainly a lie. There is no proof that WiFi or telephone waves cause cancer or any other ailment.

That is the scientific consensus, which is based not on subjective agreements, like the political one, but on accumulated theoretical and experimental evidence. Nor is there any proof that electromagnetic hypersensitivity, which would make some people more sensitive to waves, exists outside the heads of the sick and the interests of those who do business with fear, a group to which the director of the FAI seems close. , whose business objective appears to be Latin America.

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“We seek to promote prevention, adjustment and training campaigns, especially in Latin America, a region in which the Wi-Fi system has spread in the last two years and is advancing uncontrollably when in other more developed countries it is already considered an environmental toxin”

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