Results from an unlikely WiFi experiment conducted by a group of students in Denmark has now generated serious international debate within the scientific community. In fact it took 5 girls from a North Jutland school in Denmark to observe that they had difficulty concentrating after sleeping with their Mobile Phones next to their beds.
The girls driven by curiosity decided to find out why. Naturally their school did not possess the necessary equipment or technology to test human brain waves, so they took it upon themselves to be resourceful by executing a more rudimentary experiment.
- The girls placed 6 trays of garden cress seeds next to standard Wi-Fi routers that emitted roughly the same microwave radiation as a Mobile Phone.
- Then they placed 6 more trays of seeds in a separate room without routers.
- The girls managed a controlled environment in both rooms concerning room temperature, sunlight and water.
- After 12 days, the girls discovered that the Garden Cress seeds in the router-less room had exploded into bushy greenery
- However, the the seeds next to the standard Wi-Fi routers were brown, shriveled and some were even mutated.