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Windows 7: Proof of early wireless

12 Jan 2012   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit, Linux Mint Julia, in dual boot mode
Proof of early wireless

Last year British archeologists found traces of copper wire when digging holes of 10 ft
around London and concluded that GB had a telephone network operating 150 years ago.
Some months later American archeologists who dug holes around Boston found traces of copper wire at a depth of 20 ft and concluded that the US already had a telephone network operating 50 years before GB.
Shortly after that the Canadian Dept. of Mines and Resources released a report to the press that an amateur archeologist had dug several holes as deep as 30 ft around the Hudson Bay without finding any traces of copper wires; proof that Canada had already gone wireless 250 years ago.
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