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JCW: That’s not covered under the official secrets act or anything like that, is it?
The main risk from wi fi is to young girls, and the main risk which we know…uhm…to children is to the fetus or the infant.
But, children are much more vulnerable than adults…with this radiation, the smaller you are, the more you absorb.
Now what that means in everyday language, different from boys, young girls when they’re born, they will have up to four hundred eggs in their ovaries.
The microwaves can damage the genetic structure, we now know, in those ovaries.
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