Stop Untested Microwave Radiation Of Children’s Brains And Eyes Virtual Reality EHT Scientists Urge Google
Stop Untested Microwave Radiation of Children’s Brains and Eyes
EHT Scientists Urge Google
Scientific imaging shows how children absorb radiation from Smartphones
in Virtual reality cardboard positions.
Environmental Health Trust (EHT) scientists are calling on Google to stop the spread into schools of wireless virtual reality system Global Expeditions Pioneer Program where middle-school children hold a cell phone encased in a cardboard box in front of their eyes to take virtual expeditions to Mars, the moon, and other special places.
“Two-way microwave radiation transceivers, in the form of Smartphones, should not be used directly in front of children’s eyes and brains,” cautions University of Utah Distinguished Prof. Om Gandhi, who is one of the original developers of testing to evaluate wireless radiation from cellphones and is a Senior Advisor to EHT.