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Re: Wave-theory?

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Posted by Wondering? on October 1, 1998 08:22:57 UTC

Is space vacuum, or what is vacuum? Sun send light at earth, then space is not vacuum.

Everything, which move, need some you mention medium through, need some thing to travell. Wave is some form of something, which travell.

Back to my question. A=handphone antenna B=station antenna C=radio-wave-signal.

A ------- C -------- B.

If A is sound-source, then sound C need matter, which can 'vibrate', like water, air, steel, etc., to travell, and then B can hear A.

If A is electromagnetic signal, like radiowaves, it need also something matter between A---B, to travell.

So, something matter thing is that, which travell between A ---B, or radio-wave-signal is same kind of vibration, than sound, and then matter vibrate. Hmm. Matter vibrate. Yes. It heards right. But. Because radio-wave-signal can goes through my body, then my body cells vibrate also. My brain-nervous vibrate same frequence, than radio-wave-signal. This has some kind of effect to my brain, and to my behave. Question is, what it effect, and how, and when, and what amount?

Hmm. I think, that Humans, and earth nature, has a problem coming, and growing, at future. Cone is coming bigger, and it has influence of this nature.

Hmm. Comments.

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