I see that the "morons against WiFi" coalition has managed to get the UK government to look into it:
Ian Gibson, former chairman of the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee, last week called for the Health Department to set up an inquiry into the potential dangers of Wi-Fi communications. He said the threat should be seriously examined and that another inquiry should be carried out like the Stewart report into mobile-phone radiation.
Are the also out to ban radio transmissions, over the air TV signals, mobile phones, and cordless phones? Or are they limiting their cluelessness to WiFi?