In 2013, an experiment held in a SECONDARY SCHOOL CLASS showed the effects of plants growing near wireless signals. Garden cress seeds placed near Wi-Fi routers failed to germinate. This experiment was conducted by five danish girls. These seeds were photographed over twelve days in the experiment. Two researchers, Drs. Cammaerts and Johansson conducted a partial replication of the original Danish student study using cell towers instead of WiFi routers as the source of wireless radiation. They found that cress seeds located 200 meters from two cell towers failed to germinate.  What did they conclude from their findings? Wireless technology may effectively and seriously impact nature and should urgently be used much more cautiously.