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Dear MCPS Superintendent Jack Smith- Time to Protect Students Not Promote Pollution

Dear Montgomery County Public Schools Superintendent Jack Smith, I am writing to you on an important issue regarding our children’s hea...

Saturday, October 31, 2015

Montgomery County Schools: We Petition You To Explore Solutions that Minimize Wireless Radiation in Classrooms

We Call On MCPS To Explore Solutions 
that Minimize Wireless Radiation 
in the Classrooms

Medical doctors are recommending schools use non-radiating hardwired systems and we think Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) should go with these common sense recommendations to minimize wireless radiation in the classroom.

In 2008, the National Academy of Sciences Research Council Report  issued The Identification of Research Needs Relating to Potential Biological or Adverse Health Effects of Wireless Communications Devices”  that called for the critical need to increase our understanding of any potential adverse effects of long term chronic exposure to RF/microwave energy on children and pregnant woman. 

Q: Have we done that safety research yet? 

A: No. 

Former CDC Director Dr. Chris Portier is calling for precautions: 
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Letter to the FCC: 
Letter From the EPA detailing how Federal Guidelines DO NOT PROTECT the Public From Long Term Exposure:

Read what the Chair of the National Academy of Sciences Research Council Report,Frank Barnes, stated to the FCC two years ago in his FCC submission ...

"It is clear that short term exposures to the current cell phones, WiFi and base stations, etc. are not leading to immediate health problems for a large fraction of the users. However it is likely that some of biological effects that have been found at SARs below the current exposure levels for repetitive exposure over long periods of time may turn out to lead to health effects under limited set of conditions such as impaired body defense and repair mechanisms, young rapidly growing children and old age with other adverse health conditions."

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