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Radioactive interference with satellites for cell phones?

 
Anonymous Coward
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03/21/2011 07:04 PM
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Radioactive interference with satellites for cell phones?
Just wondering if anybody else is having difficulties with their smart phones or other mobile devices? Maybe it's related to AT&T purchasing T-Mobile, or maybe it's something else?1dunno1
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03/21/2011 07:09 PM
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Re: Radioactive interference with satellites for cell phones?
It's Nibiru's gravitational field, as it's sun, our suns binary 'partner' swings by, later this year.

Then the sun expands outward, according to Patrick Geryl, and we have pole shift; sun rise in the WEST again, as the Egyptians recorded.

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Re: Radioactive interference with satellites for cell phones?
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Re: Radioactive interference with satellites for cell phones?
It's Nibiru's gravitational field, as it's sun, our suns binary 'partner' swings by, later this year.

Then the sun expands outward, according to Patrick Geryl, and we have pole shift; sun rise in the WEST again, as the Egyptians recorded.

Eagle
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Not was I was thinking, but a possibility... Thanks
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03/21/2011 08:03 PM
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Re: Radioactive interference with satellites for cell phones?
No, it's due to accelerated Earth Expansion under the influence of the Super Moon.

The newer G3 phones operate in the G3 group at up to 1,995 MHz, [link to en.wikipedia.org] thus having a physical wavelength of as little as 150 mm. [link to www.csgnetwork.com] Since the network satellites are in geostationary orbit, the upwards movement of the cell-phone subscriber produces a doppler effect. [link to en.wikipedia.org]

Normally that would fall within the range of the error-checking algorithms, however the Super Moon moves close enough to cut some of the field lines tying the Earth into the Solar Dynamo, [link to www.holoscience.com] positron-pair production within the Earth's core [link to www.physicsforums.com] has been temporarily accelerated. Although this motion is still in the nanometers a second, it is sufficient to cause phase error [link to searchnetworking.techtarget.com] between transmitter and receiver, leading to multiple breaks in connection followed by establishment of new connections.

That is the static you hear, which if there are enough subscribers experiencing similar difficulties simultaneously, is enough to swamp the hand-off properties of the network leading to packet corruption and loss of subscriber-station derivability; in short, a lost connection.
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03/30/2011 07:33 PM
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Re: Radioactive interference with satellites for cell phones?
Sniff. I thought that sounded very convincing.


Of course, if you KNEW anything....!

For instance; cell phones <i>don't contact satellites.</i> They contact the nearest cell tower, and the tower system uses satellites to relay long distance calls.

There are systems in which the individual subscriber contacts satellites directly -- such as the Iridium system, used by many in the far North -- but those are not geostationary satellites. The Iridium network is sixty-odd satellites traveling at various inclinations, crossing and re-crossing (the original plan was to have 77 satellites in the network...which those few familiar with the Periodic Table might have guessed from the name!)

And, no, the doppler effect suggested is magnitudes too low to influence any real communications system. Thermal drift is greater than that!
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Re: Radioactive interference with satellites for cell phones?
Sniff. I thought that sounded very convincing.
 Quoting: nomuse (not logged in) 1135643

Should have thrown in some spelling errors and non-sequiturs.
And of course loads of exclamation marks!!!!!!!, ALL CAPS, and bolding.

For bonus points use clashing colours.
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Re: Radioactive interference with satellites for cell phones?
I mentioned this earlier on another thread my phone has been slow and freezing up all day..T-mobile 3g my touch in Oregon.
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Re: Radioactive interference with satellites for cell phones?
Just wondering if anybody else is having difficulties with their smart phones or other mobile devices? Maybe it's related to AT&T purchasing T-Mobile, or maybe it's something else?1dunno1
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1307951

My service is suddenly terrible! It's been just fine up until a few weeks ago. wtf!

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