Dr. George Carlos, who made his stones linking cell phone radiation to brain damage, has now unleashed a study that claims WiFi signals cause autism. Naturally, he contends the increased use use "information-carrying" radio waves in schools accounts for the increase in diagnosed cases of autism.
Computer Weekly broke the story yesterday, and has been slashdotted to death since. Here's a link to the cached page. Here's Dr. Carlos speaking on the subject of radiogenic brain damage.
While he may be a voice crying in the wilderness, it seems likelier that Dr. C has stock in Reynolds aluminum, makers of fine thought screens since 1933.
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