"We can't allow things that are inaccurate to stand." — The Word of Our Dan, February 19, 2008.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Popular science

Meaford, Ontario, develops a case of the Middle Ages:
Parents are asking an elementary school in Meaford, Ont., to shut down Wi-Fi internet access over health concerns despite authorities saying there is no scientific evidence that the technology is harmful.

"After learning the whole story about how risky Wi-Fi is, parents voted to protect their children's health and plug the computers back in with hardwires," said Andrew Couper, a member of Saint Vincent Euphrasia Parent Council, in a statement issued Monday.
There is no word yet on whether the Saint Vincent Euphrasia Parent Council will be putting other so-called "science", like the Periodic Table, the Copernican Model, or the sphericity of the Earth, to a vote.


At 11:30 AM, October 19, 2010 , Blogger Peter said...

Wait'll they hear about the toxicity of chalk.

At 11:50 AM, October 19, 2010 , Blogger WJM said...

Or the off-label recreational use of whiteboard markers.

At 2:12 PM, October 20, 2010 , Blogger Joel said...

Or hearing that evolution "is only a theory."


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