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at around 2kW per square meter, around 40 trillion times bigger (4e13 times bigger).
Quote from: SeanB on 30/06/2010 20:55:45at around 2kW per square meter, around 40 trillion times bigger (4e13 times bigger). Erm, I think I detect a slight problem 2,000 W is only about 40,000 times greater than 0.05 WMind you, it's still a very big difference.
A square kilometre is a bit bigger than a square metre.
I've had this idea for a while and am wondering if it makes sense to anyone else. It is not just limited to radio stations, but to any transmitting device. Cell phones, radar towers TV stations, VHF/UHF radios, micro wave transmitters, WIFI and many other devices all send out huge amounts of power. My theory is that all of these waves must interact with water molecules in the air. Just like in a microwave oven, these water molecules must heat up when these waves pass through them.