How to Protect Yourself from WiFi Radiation


Mon, Dec 6th, 2010 12:00 by capnasty NEWS

As some of you may have heard by now, there are people who claim that WiFi, those mysterious and invisible radio waves that let your laptop connect without wires to teh internets are making trees sick and harming school children. Honest!

But have no fear: Larry Moran, Biochemistry professor at University of Toronto, comes to the rescue with his carefully researched anti-wifi-radiation hat, conveniently shaped to protect your brains. Sure, you look like a complete dork wearing it, but as Professor Moran states, wearing this hat "will also serve as a reminder to others that you are an intelligent person who cares about the environment". Or something.



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