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A presentation of school wireless and other electromagnetic risks from a health perspective, including citations, graphs, charts, and images. This is formatted for presentation with focus on risks with scientific support and with an overview of risks from wireless and electricity, including from "dirty" electricity also known as harmonics and transients.
ALTERNATIVE: For an easier slideshow, see Impaired Fertility, Wireless, and Electricity, which also has a more substantial preview for reference. For longer version, or to view related images as this PPT derives from the other, see "End Wireless & BTW Reduce Technology Use" at the store. These PPTs have some overlap. I may break the longer ones into smaller PPTs, eventually.
AUDIENCE: Presentation requires some capability, such as knowledge of terms such as chromosomal damage, as well as a basic understanding of the electromagnetic spectrum and measurements. The electromagnetic spectrum and measurements are introduced simply in either in the notes or the slides, but without guidance and some understanding may be lost in a presentation.
Audience may include teenagers through adults, staff, parents, administration. Teenagers may need to be guided as to how to handle these risks. PPT is beyond young children.
TIME & AMOUNT: There are 53 slides, each taking about half a minute to a minute to read, without the notes below. 15 slides should be enough for a presentation. Keep in mind this presentation requires a bit of extra work to choose slides for presentation as it is too long otherwise or must be read as a book. The last two slides are copyright information and a thank you for the assistance checking the materials.
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