reply to Morac
Re: Radio waves, not bacteria unless any of this can be explicitly(as in, cause and effect proof of a study, with no variables, meaning the study was held in long term in a Faraday cage, and all foods and everything else was also there, eliminating all sources of artificial EM waves effect on foods, cloths, water, ect., ect., as well as eliminating all natural sources) linked to EM waves of any kind, its all fear mongering. Its not the first time people have used fear mongering to achieve a goal. the most famous one that is still used today is "for the children". This whole thing gave me a laugh, not only for the scale of the lawsuit, but for the lawyer actually taking it, and filing it for that much. I hope this gets tossed as frivolous, because if it does not, its sets a bad example, and a terrible precedent.
1. How do you know they're not using 5GHz wifi ?
2. How is this different than....
a) Her neighbor's WiFi (I pick up more than 6 from my house) - they're supposedly using low powered WiFi as well
b) McDonald's, the Malls, even the local hospital here (Kaiser in SoCal) uses WiFi network in the hospital
c) Almost any business
Its just the cities parking meters ??