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This is an introduction to an unreadable blog post. If you want to keep reading, please send me $2 million.Please note that this article was written for an assignment and, as such, I actually wrote it...hopefully. Otherwise somebody is playing a very elaborate prank on us which would be both hilarious and horrifying at the same time so don't mention it to anybody who might not know about it because they'll probably think we're all nuts or something. Have you ever had something on your mind that you wanted to share with people? Perhaps your observations, feelings, experiences, desires, etc. Perhaps you were sitting at a computer staring blankly or riding a bicycle or sitting on a bus or maybe even coming out of school. Or maybe sitting in an empty classroom staring at the teacher who is doing the same thing you are doing...staring at nothing. Mayhaps while bored in a History class. This is a good place to begin an analysis of electromagnetic waves, specifically radio frequency waves.Electromagnetic waves are used for communication purposes and have been since Tesla invented them almost 9 years ago now. I would like to begin this article with an analysis of the structure of a radio frequency wave...We'll start with Hertz who discovered radio waves were produced by...I don't know...a radio. The radio was a German invention and the concept of radio waves came from Hertz, who was actually a German scientist. Anyway, he invented the radio and then said, "Let's see if we can get these waves from it." And there were two ways to get them from it: either turn it on or get really close to the antenna. Since that may cause cancer or something faintly similar to that worst thing ever you should never get too close to a TV antenna while trying to pick up a station. So that's how radio waves were discovered. The first thing we're going to do is analyze these waves and try to figure out what they're made of and the characteristics of the wave...like...the wavelength for example. The wavelength basically determines the frequency...or does it? I hear a lot about wavelength and frequency but really don't know anything about it. Would a longer wavelength produce a higher or lower frequency? I don't know how this works, but if you can help me with this, that would be fine. Also, we're going to use the mathematical symbol λ here...not the whole thing though. The wavelength determines the frequency and, therefore, determines the energy of these waves. The length of the wave determines its energy and affects what we can and cannot see as it passes through different media such as glass or water. Certain frequencies penetrate certain materials better than others and those frequencies can be used for communication purposes. The frequency that radiates most efficiently through a material is called its resonant frequency or fundamental frequency (or fundamental number...) and is roughly equal to 1/wavelength...so...for example...

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