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I wasn't talking about out in the open in wilderness in touch with nature. I was saying about being more like in a type of, huge parking lot, in the middle of a town/city, late at night with only a few parked cars there.
originally posted by: luciddream
I here thought being out in the open with nature equates to being healthy is a common sense.
Things you learn everyday.
originally posted by: MystikMushroom
a reply to: LightningStrikesHere
We have WiFi and 4G LTE up here. In fact Alaskans have more computers per house hold than just about any place in the USA.
What your feeling is just the complete and total awesomeness of my state.
originally posted by: digital01anarchy
sorry sooo many people dont believe you. Actually i wrote an article on how wifi signals are just below the power of your microwave "except for the fact that your microwave has a case which protects you from its waves. where as wifi roams free pentrating through walls and you. 2.4 GHz UHF and 5 GHz SHF radio waves are wifi. Microwaves used for cooking, on the other hand, are electromagnetic waves possessing frequencies around the 2.45 GHz range lol
edit on 23-5-2014 by digital01anarchy because: (no reason given)
a side note is global warming might be caused by wifi radiation which isnt talked about just think of all the frequencies being broadcast on earth in homes, tv providers, gps, radio stations ectedit on 23-5-2014 by digital01anarchy because: (no reason given)
originally posted by: Nochzwei
Has anyone noticed that when you are out in the open where there is no wifi, you have a general sense of well being and feel lighter and better. Then for being in this open space for couple of hours, you drive to a place heavily infested with wifi, you start feeling heavy, lethargic, bloated and get flatulence.
What do you think of the wifi and maybe something else mixed with the wifi?
Actually i wrote an article on how wifi signals are just below the power of your microwave
The power of the radiation emitted by the microwave oven is on the order of 500-2000 Watts, and that radiation is focussed within a 1-2 cubic foot space inside the oven. WiFi routers emit less than 1 Watt of energy (and regulations in Canada prohibit any router to emit more than 4 Watts), and that energy is dissipated in all directions.
originally posted by: DecoyTroy
Green Bank, WV. This small mountain town bans all electromagnetic signals ...