...most modern routers let you disable wifi easily.
AFAIK the research stil has not proven any conclusive links to wifi radiation being harmful unless you are living inches from the device 24/7.
It’s curious to me also how many similar sites (that often still have the unsubstantiated slant to the silly immunization/autism link) fail to acknowledge the radiation we all receive outside that is not completely filtered by the atmosphere.
Wondering if anybody has had any experience streaming TV (Hulu, Netflix, etc.) by way of an ethernet connection vs. WiFi? If so, is the experience and quality the same, similar, better, worse?
I am trying to “cut the cord” from traditional cable TV services, but would prefer not to stream over WiFi, as I’m trying to minimize the EMF waves / signals that are being transmitted throughout the house.
I do realize that doing this does not eliminate the “problem” that I’m trying to solve for since, as I understand it, the router is always “working” in the background. I’m just trying to find a way to minimize the amount of EMF exposure to my newborn and toddler. Yes, I know there’s a lot of debate around this topic, but when it comes to the health of my children, I’m going to err on the side of trying to create a “safer” environment for them where and when I can... if I can.
Thank you in advance for any help / suggestions!