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  VeraJK  |  12

Yeah that was before I completely read the FML. Feel free to thumbs down my comment. Lol.

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Let me get this straight. So, Vera, you decided it would be wise to comment before... You know something, I think Kay has something going here. We shall certainly feel free to do so, thank you so awfully much for allowing us the oppurtunity. Farewell.

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  RrubiksCuber  |  6

Turning wifi off on your laptop only stops it from receiving wifi signals. The signals are still floating around the air from the router, she is just stopping the laptop from receiving them. Also, she is an idiot for thinking that wifi would damage her baby's brain.

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  jbaby7892  |  0

Thank you for explaining to the retards... The whole fml's point was she isn't stopping the wifi by making the laptops incapable of receiving the signal=}

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  HomeAl0ne  |  20

If fact, by switching off the laptop wifi she's actually *increasing* the amount of EM radiation in the air, as they are no longer absorbing the signals!

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  ooh_koo  |  2

While she may be an idiot, her plan isn't completely flawed. Although the router will occasionally send packets, it would be around 200x less than the number of data packets sent if the router and computer were exchanging information.

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  AndyAutopsy  |  11

162, Just because some people didn't quite understand it, that doesn't make them retarded. Perhaps they don't know much about computers? Please think before you speak, or type.

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  Sulphuric_Glue  |  16

WiFi (or at least, the WiFi signal, using the internet is a different matter) has literally no effect on the Human body, not even babies. Mobile phones are rumoured to cause cancer but this has neither been confirmed not denied and a lot more research is needed to come to a conclusion.

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  MrleClochard  |  4

This flawl took me long to see. But it hasn't though yet been proven that Wi-Fi has no effect on our health. So besides her mistake, she did make a point imo.

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  fml491  |  4

She's right you know, wifi is very powerful, think about it, x-rays cant get through concrete but wifi can. All these beams affects a child's growth, adults are most vulnerable in the groin area whereas children are affected in there nervous system. Maybe you guys should pick up a science magazine once in a while!

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  mwali02  |  32

Keep in mind that Wi-Fi only became common for use at home in the mid 2000s, so it is highly probable that she did not grow up with wireless access as a child... Just saying!

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  Sulphuric_Glue  |  16

242 You're the one that needs to read a science magazine. In fact, if you read a science magazine, that actually makes you even more of an idiot. Don't read a magazine. WiFi signals have no effect on the Human body whatsoever. I can prove it to you by saying that none of my friends, some of which spend a lot of time using the internet, including me, have ever had any issues directly related to WiFi signals.

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  wordnerd42  |  0

Hasn't the wife heard that being in the womb of an idiot is damaging to the infant brain? It's okay though, once the cord is cut, the two no longer have anything in common... -end attempt at weak parallel to the FML-

By  wooni0104  |  2

almost every place in the world has wifi, just not really accessible ones though heheee

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