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Or if that's still unreadable, exercise changes how much some genes are active in muscle cells.
Intel is working on a 60-mile version for use in rural parts of the 3rd world. Think WiMAX only a lot cheaper and no government license for the spectrum.
Assuming you can get 11Mbps, you can bring low-speed Internet plus several phone lines to rural communities that would otherwise be limited to radio. If you can get 54 or 108Mbps, the possibilities go way up. Of course, you still need electricity, something many small villages don't have.
One obvious downside: Indian programmers will now be expected to work all day in the office and all night at home, just like the American code-slaves they replaced."