At that moment, lightning struck my brain.
At least metaphorically. Or rather, metaphorically in relation to the lightning, not the brain. Let's try that again.
At that moment, metaphoric lightning struck my real brain. (true, it lacks the panache of the first attempt, but this is clearer, and clarity does not obscure the truth).
Wireless internet connections are ghost powered. It makes so much sense.
Facts About Ghosts:
- Ghosts can walk through walls.
- Ghosts emit an electro-magnetic frequency.
- Ghosts are bound to the items, people, or locations they haunt and cannot go beyond a certain radius of that item, person, or location.
- Ghosts, specificaly Oliver Cromwell, are against technology, specifically my technology.
- Wireless signals can go through walls.
- Electronics, including wireless devices such as routers, emit electro-magnetic frequencies.
- Wireless signals are bound to the item that generates them, and thus you cannot get a signal beyond a certain radius of the router.
- My wireless signal fails all the time, suggesting it's against being a properly working piece of technology, specifically my technology.
It makes so much sense that I'm shocked I didn't discover this sooner. After all, we even have an expression about there being a "ghost in the machine." Why didn't it occur to me that it could be--and in fact is--a literal ghost?
You have been informed.