An interesting experiment made by Danish students about an impact of Wi-Fi caused a stir among scientists and health enthusiasts. Five girls from the same class noticed a lack of concentration and assumed the reason for it was Wi-Fi radiation. They all found out that sleeping with the phones next to the beds might be a reason. It inspired them for an interesting research in biology.
They took 400 seeds of cress salad and placed them in 12 trays, then divided them and put 6 trays in one room and 6 into another. The conditions for seeds growing were absolutely the same – the temperature, amount of light and water. There was just one difference. 6 trays in one of the rooms were exposed to Wi-Fi radiation.
Young researched saw the result of the experiment in 12 days and it stunned them. Those seeds in the room with Wi-Fi could not grow, some mutated, some died. The seeds in another room grew just fine and looked green and healthy.
Some media commented this experiment as a wise and elegant one. Some find the results skeptical, as the cress salad appeared to be the most tolerant to Wi-Fi exposure. The heat from the routers might have enhanced the growth of one part of the trays.
While the reliability of the experiment is not proven to be 100 percent accurate, those girls definitely stopped using Wi-Fi so often, and now they try to avoid Wi-Fi radiation exposure as much as possible.