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i don't want wi-fi anymore.
Data centers hum day and night. More often than ever before we connect to these cloud environments through Wi-Fi networks.
According to PCWorld, now it looks like the radiation from Wi-Fi networks is making our trees sick, "causing significant variations in growth, as well as bleeding and fissures in the bark."
All deciduous trees in the Western hemisphere are affected by the radiation. The study was conducted by the Wageningen University. The research was ordered by officials from the city of Alphen aan den Rijn who began discovering trees that had a sickness that could not be identified as a virus or bacterial infection.
After further study, it was discovered that the disease occurred throughout the Western world.
» via ReadWriteWeb
THIS IS EXTREMELY UPSETTING.