Man… these guys are having a good time…
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There’s an ‘opposite’ of hibernation called ‘aestivation’. (source)
What a world when you can’t feel safe at school or at uni
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A Balclutha parent has resigned from her school’s board of trustees because she believes it is not taking her concerns about Wi-Fi in classrooms seriously.
St Joseph’s School (Balclutha) board endorsed the use of wireless connectivity in its administration block and a senior classroom after assurances from the Ministry of Education there were no health implications for pupils.
Many New Zealand schools operate Wi-Fi in classrooms, but former board member Julia Hunter said she had serious concerns the Government was not paying attention to the growing evidence of biological damage being caused by Wi-Fi, and instead continued to reassure boards everything was safe.
”Sadly, our New Zealand standard is 15 years old and was set on the thermal heating of a 90kg man after only six minutes of exposure.
”Our children . . . are being exposed to this equipment for six hours a day, five days a week.” Read more »
Well. Â Isn’t that going to set the cat among the pigeons?
A former Malaysian military attache charged with sexually attacking a Wellington woman has pleaded not guilty and elected trial by jury.
Muhammad Rizalman bin Ismail, 38, appeared before a Wellington District Court registrar today and was remanded until February.
Rizalman is on bail with strict conditions including a curfew and restrictions on going to the suburbs of Newtown and Berhampore, and Cuba St in central Wellington.
Rizalman was arrested on May 10 following the alleged attack in the victim’s home in the Wellington suburb of Brooklyn.
He left New Zealand without facing trial after Malaysia invoked diplomatic immunity – apparently in the belief that it did so with the blessing of the New Zealand Government. Read more »