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Im having an existential crysis
Well, i'm not going to yell at my internet service operator next time my internet goes out. It's amazing how much we take for granted today.
so the earth is flat
97% of all telecommunications travel via cable. Today, it's all about fibre optics, but there is so much data moving back and forth that even fibre optic cables are running out of capacity.
very insightful.thank you.
So no need for satellites then? LOL
Hell Ya! Always wondered about this.
What’s inside brought me here as well and I’ve subscribed! Some of the best and educational videos on here! Keep them coming!
Please sub to me
Hoppenworth! I see you managed to get into the video twice. Is that Mike at 4:50 lifting the repeater rack too? Glad to see some people I know still working there. Trying to get back on but NMS is giving me a major hassle for some reason so am with Maersk for now.
I love your videos, great and I use them for teaching.
Thanks for the video. I knew there was no satellite beaming connection down. The Earth is flat.
"It's what's inside that counts" – There we go, fellow male friends! That's what she said!
antel = Uruguay = Vamoooooo arribaaaa!!!!!!!
This is so cool
great video ! it's an eye opener.
That's not the tank building, that's the pan building. 😊
Imagine every online data travel via under sea it's stunned……
im cool 🙂see more
Navy sub are under the sea all the time. I wondered do they have the cable maps so as they could avoid it.
So two questions. Is the cables magnetic field affecting the marine life? And do the cables rise the ocean's temperature in the area?
Except for that super cringy kid at the end, this video is perfect!
So why Tf these scientists keep going to outer space but they keep fucking up our atmosphere but the internet coming from the ocean
I just wanted WHAT'S INSIDE video about cutting it .But this video was made about 2 years ago . What took sooo long for them
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