Good old wires

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I think it’s widely accepted that wires or fibre optic cabling actually transmit data. , since they don’t exist, can’t. I suppose the dishes can receive signals bounced off the ionosphere via tha HAARP or some other land based transmitter.

This story shows that an old fashioned cable is required for any serious internet connectivity. Tying it in with the satellite hoax is to either reinforce the hoax of satellites or to create confusion as to what technology is doing what.

Fibre optic line to link Inuvik’s satellite network to the world

via Fibre optic line to link Inuvik’s satellite network to the world – The Globe and Mail.

2 thoughts on “Good old wires

  1. Tom DalpraTom

    Yeh, that’s funny. They’re getting broadband because the satellite connection was rubbish. We’ve all done it.

    Welcome to the 21st century. ‘Satellites gone… up to the stars…’

    1. A RArmunnRigh

      «In Russia, about 50 years ago, the first satellite was launched and humanity was seriously ripped off… and in Fakeologist, they’re all going mental!» 😉 😀

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