Do you keep your cell phone next to your head when sleeping? I bet you do. More or less, we all do it due to the fact that we have become slaves of technology…and some of us even sleep with the phone under our pillows.
Now, let me ask you this question: Have you noticed any changes like for ex. being tired, unfocused, unable to sleep? Have you ever asked yourself what’s the real reason behind it? Let me lead you to the truth.
A group of 9th-grade curious students from Northern Jutland got inspired by their own personal experiences regarding concentrating. “We all think we have experienced difficulty concentrating in school if we had slept with the phone next to our head, and sometimes also experienced having difficulty sleeping.” – said Lea Nielsen, one of the students.
The group aimed to investigate the impact of wi-fi radiation on living cells. Therefore, they designed a biology experiment using 400 cress seeds. They divided them into 12 different trays and placed them in two rooms, six trays in each. Throughout the experiment, the students treated them equally with the same amount of water and sunlight.
However, there was one exception: the rooms had the same temperature, but in one of them, they placed seeds next to two Wi-Fi routers.
What did the results show?
Considering that the Wi-Fi routers broadcasted the same radiation as our cell phones, the final results were shocking: while the cress seeds from the unexposed room looked healthy and were growing well, the seeds from the exposed room were devastated, dying. All this happened within a period of 12 days.
Based on the results, if the seeds died within a period of 12 days, what is wi-fi radiation doing to us who are exposed to it all the time?
After the results, the students started to gain attention from many scientists. Olle Johansson, a professor at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm showed a particularly great interest about the experiment, stating that he’d love to see them as a part of his team: “The girls stayed within the scope of their knowledge, skillfully implemented and developed a very elegant experiment.
The wealth of detail and accuracy is exemplary, choosing cress was very intelligent and I could go on.” – he praised them.
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