Say Good Bye to the Internet

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TheUnborn

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Amazing Idea but sounds too good to be true,time will tell
 

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First off. For non UK people. The Daily Mail is a bullshit rag that makes up facts to get headlines and wouldnt let the truth get in the way of the story.

I can see nothing about this company to suggest they are going to beaming Wi-Fi to the world. It looks like they will be a broadcast channel that will have stuff like Khan acadeny and Wikipedia available to access.

Long term they may be of benefit to exceptionlly rural places(like deserts) that can get absolutely no Internet currently but a satelite signal broadcast from space would have little effect in urban areas that are already wired for wi-fi.
 

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First off. For non UK people. The Daily Mail is a bullshit rag that makes up facts to get headlines and wouldnt let the truth get in the way of the story.

I can see nothing about this company to suggest they are going to beaming Wi-Fi to the world. It looks like they will be a broadcast channel that will have stuff like Khan acadeny and Wikipedia available to access.

Long term they may be of benefit to exceptionlly rural places(like deserts) that can get absolutely no Internet currently but a satelite signal broadcast from space would have little effect in urban areas that are already wired for wi-fi.

It will be "one-way Internet" at the initial stage, indeed. However, even one-way traffic can be put into a good use. For example, if they will broadcast maps for GPS navigators, many people will be fast to drop their paid mobile Internet plans.
 

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Never going to happen, period. No credible sources whatsoever to say this is ever going to materialise. Dailymail? Lol, yeah right.
 

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I don't know if it is really possible and I don't know if it's gonna be safe for our health, but imagine, the same IP to everyone!!!
Internet Marketers are going to make big money!!!
 

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Wait for the internet lobbies to ruin this great project. For me it's almost impossible they allow such thing to happen, they've been investing billions to develop their coverage and technology.
 

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Exactly this - and noone can get out of this insane shit.



Don't worry, there's always your trusty tin-foil hat. You'll be ok. Just get a baseball cap and line it with tin-foil so that when you're out you don't look silly. On the cold days do the same with a warm hat.


For in your house so you don't have to wear your tin-foil hat just line your walls with tin-foil. Your friends will think you're insane, but we really know it's everyone else that's insane!

Stay safe tin-foil brother.


Wait for the internet lobbies to ruin this great project. For me it's almost impossible they allow such thing to happen, they've been investing billions to develop their coverage and technology.


Shurrup :p "Internet lobbies" ruining projects. Lawl. The billions invested have created a platform that allows people like you to make millions of dollars online while sitting at home in your pajamas. Try doing that 30 years ago, or even worse, 50 years ago. The further you go back the harder life is, yet people like you like to moan about how we're all slaves to our dark overlords. If this is slavery, then bring on the slavery! :)
 
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It is still internet, what ever you call it it still will be big network controlled by DNS servers.

Satellite internet isn't anything and is used for many years.

Only issue is cost, bandwidth, ping...



Free version of internet like this already exists and there is plenty of free transponders transmitting websites (more advanced users can learn how to receive .rar/.zip/.iso/.avi etc.)


Their idea is just a huge free marketing to promote their business. Only new thing is to do it globally as at this moment you can use different providers for different parts of the world.#


All you need is appropriate PCI card and of course satellite dish (download via sat, upload via phone/normal broadband, if you want to spend more you can buy sat-link which will send/download via satellite).


I've been playing with this back in 2003 or 2004.
 

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I wonder who the first to hack the outernet's WIFI will be? Imagine that data..
 

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Sure these guys aren't blackhatters? This has all the makings of a donation scam. Let me go next. I promise to give everyone on earth a nutritional supplement that will allow you to go the rest of your life without eating, and it's free! I just need to raise $30 million first, which I will accomplish by accepting donations. Please PM me for paypal details if you're interested in contributing to this revolutionary new advancement in modern healthcare.
 

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Sure these guys aren't blackhatters? This has all the makings of a donation scam.

What are you trying to say? First you talk about blackhat, then you talk about scamming: so which is it?
 

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Well it surely is going to be slow... I remember satellite internet - it was just too slow because of the long distance the waves had to travel back and forth.
 
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