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What's your thoughts on this new 5G?

  1. #41
    Ghost Black Hole
    Originally posted by Japan-Is-Eternal My thoughts are that humans need to step away from technology and go back to being human

    http://editions-hache.com/essais/pdf/kaczynski2.pdf
  2. #42
    Japan-Is-Eternal African Astronaut
    Yeahp
    Kazinsky was right etc
    This is the only way humanity will survive, is to find a balance between technology and human living.
    Merging humanity with technology is unnecessary.
  3. #43
    Ghost Black Hole
    Social media is evil
  4. #44
    Japan-Is-Eternal African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Ghost Social media is evil

    It's not evil, but it is being used for such.
    Think back to the Myspace days, lots of people used it, lots didn't, it wasn't taking over the whole world.
    Facebook is a communist trojan horse conditioning humanity into becoming a hivemind that will be controlled by technocratic overlords.
    This system has to collapse, humanity must be set free.
  5. #45
    Ghost Black Hole
    I dunno man it was evil back then too, I never used it because I saw the demons it brought out in people

  6. #46
    Japan-Is-Eternal African Astronaut
    Fuck yeah the good olde days before built in spell correction!
    Goddamn I miss those days
  7. #47
    Common De-mominator African Astronaut
    Originally posted by iam_asiam68 whatever term you need to float your boat..

    I Engineer some parts that eventually are manufactured for spying technology. you know, the kind that can be orbiting possible new explorations and then can zoom focus to where it can read the face of a dime back on home planet Earth. the kind we are competing with our biggest foes against..

    ... And?
  8. #48
    NARCassist gollums fat coach
    Originally posted by iam_asiam68 this looks like the response of a child to his parents, because he finally understands he is worthless in everyone's eyes, especially his own…

    that was a space nigga response on niggasin.space


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  9. #49
    whoami Tuskegee Airman
    The fact that it uses much higher frequencies and therefore needs lots of closely spaced towers compared to 4G in order to achieve good coverage means that anyone living outside a large city is probably going to be SOL for years, maybe decades before it becomes ubiquitous even in developed countries. Plus, most of the cell plans up here are currently capped at 10-15 GB even if you pay out the nose, so unless telecom providers dramatically raise those limits and decrease the cost per byte by an order of magnitude, the extra bandwidth will hardly matter.
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  10. #50
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    I can't wait for Starlink to come fully online in the next decade or so.
  11. #51
    Netflxchillr Yung Blood
    Originally posted by Speedy Parker Reading your posts is a cancer risk


    Originally posted by HTS Good, I hope you get cancer from them and fucking die. Crazy old shit.

    Heheheh
  12. #52
    Japan-Is-Eternal African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Sophie I can't wait for Starlink to come fully online in the next decade or so.

    What's that?
  13. #53
    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    Originally posted by whoami The fact that it uses much higher frequencies and therefore needs lots of closely spaced towers compared to 4G in order to achieve good coverage means that anyone living outside a large city is probably going to be SOL for years, maybe decades before it becomes ubiquitous even in developed countries. Plus, most of the cell plans up here are currently capped at 10-15 GB even if you pay out the nose, so unless telecom providers dramatically raise those limits and decrease the cost per byte by an order of magnitude, the extra bandwidth will hardly matter.

    Range is alright but yeah, wall penetration is shit. 5ghz+ offers significantly more channels meaning interference becomes less of an issue though.

    where are you that plans top out at 10gb/mo? here in australia I'm on like 90 and even using it as my primary internet connection I rarely use a quarter
  14. #54
    Speedy Parker Space Nigga [my absentmindedly lachrymatory gazania]
    Originally posted by Sophie I can't wait for Starlink to come fully online in the next decade or so.

    12,000 internet satellites in orbit. If they launched 1 per day it would take almost 33 years to complete.
  15. #55
    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    Originally posted by Speedy Parker 12,000 internet satellites in orbit. If they launched 1 per day it would take almost 33 years to complete.

    they can probably pack a good deal of them in one launch, like a MIRV straight up

    that's a lot of debris to put in orbit though
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  16. #56
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Originally posted by Speedy Parker 12,000 internet satellites in orbit. If they launched 1 per day it would take almost 33 years to complete.

    They launch 60 at a time fam.
  17. #57
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Originally posted by aldra they can probably pack a good deal of them in one launch, like a MIRV straight up

    that's a lot of debris to put in orbit though

    SpaceX is using a special orbital height so that it doesn't interfere with other space missions. The satellite array communicates with LAZ0RZ. And they use their re-entry launch vehicles to cut down cost and make sure they're not putting junk in orbit.
  18. #58
    Originally posted by aldra I'm on like 90 and even using it as my primary internet connection I rarely use a quarter

    how could you live like that ?

    if i were you i'd download things and to delete them later just to use up the quotas. which i do.
  19. #59
    Common De-mominator African Astronaut
    I'm just glad we're finally pioneering practical solutions for spectrum crunch.
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