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On February 17, 2009 all the analog TV signals transmitted in the US are scheduled to go dark. After that time, its digital or nothing. Just consider for a second, how few of us have ever lived in a place where we were not under constant full time exposure to transmissions measured in thousands or even tens of thousands of watts from the analog TV stations at VHF radio frequencies.
Just consider this for a second. What if they shut all the stations down, and a whole bunch of stuff that we had no idea was connected to this ambient transmission all around us suddenly stopped working -- or started working better. What if all of a sudden millions of people with sleep disorders were suddenly symptom free? Worse, what if all of us that sleep just fine, suddenly couldn't because we'd become attuned like to a noise we can't really hear?
Think of the possibilities? What if it turns out that for decades the extra RF noise in the background has been making us smarter? Dumber? Taller? What if there was a virus that spread globally years ago, and the only thing holding it back is the RF noise? Maybe, on February 18, 2009 we'll all become zombies.
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