Tablets should be used instead of actual textbooks
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second round- arguments
third round- rebuttals
fourth round- Conclusion
As society becomes more technological, the demand for wifi usage grows, but also grows the threat of cyber type attacks. If books were to become obsolete, what then will you use to do homework etc. if your schools network gets hacked?
http://dmlcentral.net.... This website debunks the claim that technology is making us stupider.
All of your claims have no real scientific evidence, (or at least none that you cited). You cited a website, "http://www.globalhealingcenter.com...; that basically forced you to assume that all the data was correct by saying things like "If you think your heart races when surrounded by wireless networks or 3G or LTE cell phones, it may not be in your head." Theres no scientific background, nor is there any actual survey information attached. This website is owned by whoever is willing to pay for it, which is why it ends in .com.
Ramos-7 forfeited this round.
To support my earlier argument about negative health effects of installing multiple wifi ports in schools, this video shows the dishonesty companies display about the problem with wifi and/or phone radiation & shows how parents feel about wifi as a possible health hazard. https://www.youtube.com... The link below mentions how this is a growing problem with the growing demand of electronics & wireless services used in schools.
Books should not become obsolete only because of a growing want for technology, if they were to completely be ridden of, what will schools do when their wifi stops working due to a blackout or a power outage? Textbooks should be kept as a backup plan, not ridden of. Newer does not mean better. No reason to get rid of textbooks.
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