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Visual information on school wireless or electromagnetic risks, cited, for person of regular/average education and basic understanding of genetic damage terms and terms related to the electromagnetic spectrum. Special slides reference increasing school academic and behavioral issues in relation to effects of wireless/ electromagnetic frequencies on children. Relationships to schools learning and disciplinary issues emphasized.
I had some kind help, and included a page thanking Dr. Paul Héroux of McGill University, Montreal, CA, for his suggested edits and his endorsement.
I've just raised the price quite a lot to deter purchase because I've decided I prefer the smaller PPTs and can break this one into smaller pieces for greater effect, but am leaving it up since I have at least one positive recommendation from a buyer. These are far too many slides for presentation, but slides can be selected for presentation or the total printed as a book. This PPT is full of information but I wish to break it down so that the subject is easier--learning about everything all at once is less detail. For comparison and for a shorter PPT formatted directly for presentation, please see the store for the PPT Impaired Fertiity, Wireless, and Electricity (about 18 slides). For another choice of 50 slides see Critical Risks: Why Cut Wireless & EMFs at the store.
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This PPT is most appropriate for staff, parents, and teenagers or older students, not young children because subject matter could be confusing, upsetting and frustrating. Teens should comprehend, just teachers need to be prepared to respond to concerns and provide suggestions for funneling responses and action.
Slides can be viewed in full and clearly understood with or without additional notes which are underneath the slide or listed in the notes pages. Slides usually include page-length notes, which can be printed in book format with binding on left. Color printing as a book may cost about $40 at Staples.
Slides can be programmed in order for presentation, reducing the number of slides exhibited.
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One of Dr. Paul Héroux comments, in evaluating the PPT, was that it does “a good job of surrounding the scope of the problem, which is the main concern.” That is the primary objective of the PPT, to give a good understanding of the full scope of the electromagnetic problem, for many people have only a partial understanding. Educational problems are also discussed in relation to educational technology, not only electromagnetic exposures.
The PPT provides pie and bar graphs, power level comparisons, images, APA-style citations, about 2 drawings, explanatory headings and notes on impacts upon learning, behavior, brain, reproduction, digital addiction, etc. Risks of low and medium frequencies also briefly covered, including light-bulb exposures.
The PPT begins with a brief three slide review of frequencies and resonance. This can be read just on the slide, but notes provide much more information as throughout the PPT. After that, the PPT talks about DNA damage, then a few studies on cell towers and on the Moscow Embassy irradiation, to allow comparison of power levels and effects. Measurements used throughout are primarily V/m, microwatts cm-2, SAR, and milligauss, and if referenced electricity is usually mentioned as at 60 Hz.
There is a page showing what levels are today from some studies, some measurements, vs. at the Moscow Embassy, to show what people are being exposed to and might expect for health effects (at microwatts cm-2). A similar comparison follows later in relation to an animal cell tower study with comparison to exposures to smart meters and other exposures (V/m). Cell phone SAR is discussed alongside exposures effects in comparison to SAR levels allowed on cell phones.
Slides following the Moscow Embassy include statistics on increased cancer, cell phones tumors, reproductive risks, and studies related to these areas on wireless, including reference to studies showing higher absorption for kids or smaller people. Then there are about 2 slides on digital addiction and parallels with wireless exposure, then brain damage. Following this are slides studies showing poor education outcomes in relation to technology or the timelines of its use. Two timelines are included in the PPT, one focused on wireless including electricity and radio, and the other a timeline for technology use in schools. Also mentioned in the PPT are DNA and other physical effects, including a brief mention of potential mechanisms for biological effects. At end, discussion of legislation and other alternatives is included on about 3 slides.