Wi-Fi makes our life easier. We can get online from a coffee shop or from our living room. We are not tethered to a big computer that is physically linked to the Internet. But that convenience comes at a price.
99 percent of the population continue to use Wi-Fi and other wireless devices without a second thought, but a growing number of people are becoming increasingly concerned with the health issues surrounding the use of these technologies.
There are an enormous number of studies showing RF radiofrequency microwave radiation to be harmful to human health. Wi-Fi is affecting our environment in a negative way. Thousands of studies conducted over the last 80 years have found a wide variety of bioeffects, including permanent DNA damage.
Wi-Fi is not likely to be going anywhere anytime soon. A solution to our problem is to not use Wi-Fi when we can. By doing this we will reduce the amount of trees, people, animals, etc. being damaged yearly.
When the last tree is cut down, the last fish eaten, and the last stream poisoned, you will realize that you cannot eat money. - Native American saying