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Comment Re:Illogical (Score 1) 207 207

>If you haven't done any experiments to prove how much damage WiFi can cause, then how do you know that your APs are safe?

Because they know that standard APs are safe..

>. But he said the company is appealing to consumers' beliefs, whether they are supported by science or not.

They know that they're marketing to delusional people. It'll probably improve their sales.

Comment Re:SubjectsInCommentsAreStupid (Score 1) 59 59

If nutrition varied, there's no way you could determine a child's height from measuring their parents. You couldn't do it from DNA for the same reason.
Very short people who grew up poor can have children that tower over them by their 12th birthday if the kids grow up in a better environment.

Comment Re:Don't worry, they'll try again (Score 4, Insightful) 229 229

Just like attention was drawn to the destruction of so much blue-collar work? Most Americans don't seem to care that the wealthy are looting the country until they lose their own jobs. Too many working-class people have an absurd belief that they'll be one of the wealthy exploiters, so support the destruction of the American dream of hard work bringing you a good life. It's insane.

Comment Re:data caps (Score 2) 39 39

Or people just won't be able to leave Internet TV on in the background all day. All the services I use ask me if I'm still watching at least every couple of hours, so it seems that they want to avoid unnecessary use.

Caps will have to go up, but ISPs and video services do not want people to use their bandwidth streaming 1080p video 24/7 to have something on in the background, so don't expect them to go away.

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