Every so often we hear stories about very concerned adults freaking out
over the supposed "harm" that WiFi does. The latest, as pointed out by Broadband Reports
is that a bunch of folks up in Sebastopol (a ways north of San Francisco) have convinced the town to cancel plans
for an ISP to offer free WiFi in the downtown area. This wasn't "muni-WiFi." This was just an ISP that asked for, and was granted, permission to put up some free WiFi access points in the downtown area. There are just a few problems with this, with the first one being the simple fact that there's no evidence
that WiFi does any harm whatsoever or is even noticeable by those who claim "electrical sensitivity." Double-blind tests have showed that those who claimed they could sense the electricity cannot. The radiation from a year's worth of WiFi is equal to 20 minutes on a mobile phone, and even the health implications of mobile phone radiation is very much in dispute. However, the real killer point is that you can bet that there's already
probably plenty of WiFi "radiation" in the same downtown area from any local store that probably set up its own WiFi network.