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Comment: But you don't have any proof though, right? (Score 0) 358

by Steneub (#35817628) Attached to: New Houses Killing Wi-Fi
"could... unpredictable... potentially"

Call me when there's an actual demonstrated problem. Maybe the new materials will act as an amplifier? The situation would be different from floorplan to floorplan and from one wifi antenna placement to the next. You can hem and haw all you want, but you don't know for sure until you field test.

Comment: Re:Replacement for electrical power xmission lines (Score 0) 241

by Steneub (#35243746) Attached to: Scientists Invent World's First Anti-Laser
Fiber maybe? You would have the same physical eyesore problem, but the EM radiation would be non-existent. Is that even a real issue though? This would be cool for small scale applications though, or very large things like beaming power from a solar collector in a Lagrange point to the moon.

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