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Not today... :haha: :haha: :haha:

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This web site will most definitely get 10% of my winnings on tonights powerball tickets.

my odds are very low....life winnings to date $250

This web site will most definitely get 10% of my winnings on tonights powerball tickets.

my odds are very low....life winnings to date $250

Your odds are just about as good as anybody else's, except mine!  :)

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Just in theory........

If, let's say you had a question and you googled it and your connection was faster than the speed of light, then in theory you would get the answer before you thought of the question, Right ?.......

So it would almost be like playing Jeopardy........LOL!

um  no.. cause cable speed is travels at speed of light...(fiber optics) it sends laser LIGHT through glass fiber... which is traveling speed of light.. if we figure out hoow to make it faster we can b oost our connection by thousands...and i know im only 15... dont believe me...w/e cause i know it's true

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um no.. cause cable speed is travels at speed of light...(fiber optics) it sends laser LIGHT through glass fiber... which is traveling speed of light.. if we figure out hoow to make it faster we can b oost our connection by thousands...and i know im only 15... dont believe me...w/e cause i know it's true

Umm..No.....  speed of electricity............Cable, not fios.......... sorry.......  Still pretty darn fast.  Although, my cable connection goes to fiber at the pole, but I will never get fios speed.......

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Not today... :haha: :haha: :haha:

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Upload Speed is:: 2 kB/s

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Test Time:: Fri May 20 2005 20:38:22 GMT-0400 (Eastern Daylight Time)

Bottom Line:: 0X faster than 56K 1MB upload in 512 sec

Diagnosis: May need help : running at only 34.15 % of your hosts average (direcpc.com)

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LOL :haha:

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Here are a couple of links on the speed of electricity.& partly on the speed of light.

http://amasci.com/miscon/speed.html

http://www.upi.com/view.cfm?StoryID=21012002-050849-5927r

Pretty interesting cholla.  That first site sounded kinda

like Bill Clinton.  It depends on what your definition of electricity is is is.

Oh well you get the idea I'm sure.    :lol:

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Here are a couple of links on the speed of electricity.& partly on the speed of light.

http://amasci.com/miscon/speed.html

http://www.upi.com/view.cfm?StoryID=21012002-050849-5927r

Here's another about  'lectricity for those scientifically minded (of which I am not....)  :)

http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/vol_2/chpt_13/3.html

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The signal travels at approximately 85-88% the speed of light in standard coaxial cable.

This is called the Velocity of Propagation; which is basically the speed of the signal relative to the speed of light.

--slapping myself--

OK - out of scientific mode-

fikester; That $155 million is mine, all mine!!!!!!

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hey guys the military has been using satellite communication for years and there up and down speeds are classified so we can only guess what they acheive......but you could probably cook a hotdog in record time if you were within 20 feet of their transmitters..So the technology is out there but it is expensive and regulated ....

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