The PARCC Test Drives $Millions for Industrial WiFi Tech in Schools
Published on Feb 15, 2016
Nationwide Schools are installing industrial strength wireless systems all for the test, the PARCC Test. In this video Montgomery County Schools are featured Takoma park, Richard Montgomery, Churchill, Bells Mill and Blair High School. Go to the parents blog to learn more at http://safetechforschoolsmaryland.blo…
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Andrew McAfee of Raleigh submitted a 45-page filing, noting prominently: “Sent from a cabled computer with the WiFi turned off.”
McAfee is a music professor at UNC-Chapel Hill, plays principal horn with the North Carolina Opera Orchestra and the Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle, and is a former principal horn with the North Carolina Symphony. He said he came down with mood swings, burning skin, heart palpitations and other symptoms when living across the street from a TV transmission tower and cell towers in 2000.
In a constant effort to dodge wireless frequencies, he’s now living in his fourth house in Raleigh and steers clear of public libraries, Starbucks and other WiFi hotspots.
“Your body basically becomes an antenna,” he said from his landline phone last week. “I immediately feel a tingling, burning sensation on my scalp.”