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Can WiFi Signals Stunt Plant Growth?

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One of my passions is to share information with people who are trying to live a natural, and toxin-free lifestyle.  Today I ran across an article published by ABC news about the negative effects of Wi-Fi signals. In a Danish scientific study done by a group of high school students, they discovered that Wi-Fi signals equivalent to the signal strength emitted by cell phones caused plants and seeds placed near these signals to turn brown and die.  Cell phone use has long been a controversial topic. I personally can’t imagine life without a cell phone or wireless internet access.  But this study surely does make you think about the long-term effects on our health. Check out this article…


2 thoughts on “Can WiFi Signals Stunt Plant Growth?

  1. Thanks for your comment, Allie! I think in the experiment, the plants were placed really close to the WiFi source. They were trying to replicate the strength and effect of cell phones when held close to the brain. I will say that I did start sleeping better when I started unplugging my router at night. I think anything we can do to reduce the electrical overload on our bodies has to be a good thing. Food for thought!

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