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9th Graders Reveal Hidden Facts About WiFi, Get Noticed By Scientists

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Education techniques have changed a lot over the years. Students are more involved in practical work than just bookish knowledge which makes a huge difference in their learning and growth.

Experimenting with what they study not only increases their understanding of the subject but also make it more interesting for them.

That’s exactly what a group of 9th graders did in a school in north Jutland. They decided to experiment with some biology lessons they had on concentration. One of the students, Lea Nielson said that they faced some difficulties regarding concentrating in class and later realised that it mainly happened whenever they fell asleep keeping the phones close to their heads and also had trouble falling asleep.

When they discussed it with others and found people facing similar issues, the group curated an experiment to find out the effect of WiFi radiation on living cells.

They took 400 seeds and split them among 12 trays. They were kept in 2 different rooms with 6 trays each, under same temperature, sunlight and water conditions.

The difference lay in the fact that in one of the rooms, the trays were placed near 2 WiFi routers, which emitted the same kind of radiation that comes out of phones. In this way they decided the experiment to resemble what happens to them when they sleep with their phones next to their heads.

12 days later people were shocked to see the results. The seeds in the first room were perfectly healthy and growing. However the seeds exposed to radiation did not show any positive development, some even dead or with hints of mutation.

It completely changed the perspective of the students and made them cautious about keeping their phones next to their heads while sleeping.

It completely shocked them, said Nielsen, and after the experiment the girls have completely stopped keeping their phones in their bedrooms and the computers definitely stay off.

This experiment was widely acclaimed not only within the school but also internationally, when renowned biologists and radiation researchers noticed their discovery.

It was greatly appreciated by Olle Johansson, professor at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, who was not only interested in the proceedings but has also decided to do further research on the subject.

He has planned to start his research by repeating the experiment done by the girls with his research partner Professor Marie-Claire Cammaert of the Universite libre de Bruxelles.

He congratulated the girls for their discovery and brilliant contribution. He stated that he was impressed because the girls used their limited expertise on the subject in a creative manner, with great finesse and sharp attention to details which resulted in such accurate data. He also said that “choosing cress was very intelligent”.

He also showed a great interest in working with these lovely, young and super talented girls in the future. He expressed his desire to see these young scientists spend the rest of their lives dedicated to the cause of inventions and progress.

He believes that they are born with this special talent and must hone it to reach great heights. I’m sure these girls must have been delighted to know that such an esteemed researcher would welcome them in his team for future projects with open arms.

This experiment opened our eyes to the harmful effects that WiFi radiation has on our bodies and health. It definitely made us all much more careful and cautious and people everywhere are also making important lifestyle changes to protect themselves.

I hope young children everywhere are encouraged by this experiment to keep having a curious mind.

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