Wireless not proven safe, banned

Wifi has been banned at Lakehead University in Canada (somewhere) because the dean isn’t convinced it’s safe.

That’s because president Fred Gilbert won’t allow it
until he’s satisfied EMF (electric and magnetic fields) exposure
doesn’t pose a health risk, particularly to young people.

No word on whether they are banning booze, pot, or cigarettes, all proven health hazards.

UPDATE: Okay, Vinnie pointed out a big hazard missing from my list above, it should read “…banning booze, pot, cigarettes, and liberal professors, all proven health hazards. (see post below on Harvard and Larry Summers.)”

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  1. gosh, you missed liberal professors in your hazard list? Could be the cell coverage in Thunder Bay is probably spotty…so he is doing his kids a favor in lowered bills…

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