British Physicist Warns Against WiFi in Schools at U of T Lecture

TORONTO, Aug. 22 /CNW/ - British physicist Barrie Trower will lecture on the health effects of WiFi systems at the University of Toronto Tuesday.

Trower has 40 years experience as a physicist and advised the British Secret Service on Soviet use of microwave weapons during the Cold War.

"If you put a microwave WiFi system into a school," Trower warns, "you are definitely going to see children getting sick."

Trower has addressed Cabinet Ministers in Australia and France. He addressed the Legislative Assembly of Wales, and briefed politicians and high level public administrators in three dozen countries. This is his first lecture in North America.

    
    Lecture:     "The History of Microwaves: From Weapons to WiFi"

    Location:    Health Sciences Building - Auditorium, rm 610
                 University of Toronto
                 155 College St., Toronto

    Time:        7:30 pm, Tuesday Aug 24
    

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