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WiFi signals confuse birds, weaken the bees and even damage trees. In fact, the majority of research studies show that exposure to wireless damages the environment. Caring for this issue will help not only our children, but all life on our awesome earth.
"Controls must be introduced and technology rendered safe to the environment, since this new ubiquitous and invisible pollutant could deplete the efforts devoted to species conservation.”
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