The death of an Irish teenager who fell ill during his final year exams is tragic

Ladies and Gentlemen, The death of an Irish teenager who fell ill during his final year exams is tragic. No reason for his death is mentioned in published reports and to attribute a cause would be speculative at best. //www.independent.ie/irish-news/talented-sportsman-luke-18-dies-during-leaving-cert-exams-35846993.html It is appropriate to point out that classrooms in the school he attended are wi-fi enabled. …

ViaSat-2: Satellite goliath goes into orbit

By Jonathan Amos, BBC Science Correspondent The most powerful commercial broadband satellite ever built has just gone into orbit on an Ariane rocket. ViaSat-2, which is to be stationed above the Americas, has a total throughput capacity of about 300 gigabits per second. The spacecraft was part of a dual payload on the Ariane flight. It …

Brain-computer interfaces are coming: ‘Consensual telepathy,’ anyone?

Ladies & Gentlemen, It is difficult to maintain a threshold of credibility when trying to establish the difference between scientific fact on one hand and conspiracy theory on the other. Context is further blurred by the activities of non-governmental bodies such as Smart Net or the United States ITU Association (USITUA) as noted by Virginia …

Bacteria, mobile phones & WiFi – a deadly combination?

Bacteria exposed to mobile phone and WiFi radiation turned resistant to antibiotics, science demonstrates. The implications of this are chilling and may easily explain the on-going huge and highly frightening development into more and more antibiotics-resistant microorganisms around the world. That claims Olle Johansson, associate professor at the Karolinska Institute, Department of Neuroscience, and head …