Lots of Cables

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What if one goes out?


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    orchunter

    If one gets fucked up our fucked.

    HoChunk

    Please, let it be the one in the DEAD MIDDLE of that bundle.

    borandi

    Now that’s what I call redundancy.

    Marrock

    Cut the blue wire!

    aarpie

    *tries to cut the blue wire*

    *blinks*

    THEY’RE ALL BLUE WIRES!!

    Puulaahi

    Tubes to the internet!

    Sticky

    @aarpie:
    FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

    nyoki

    Holy shit! That’s alot of wires. I hope there a schematic somewhere.

    Kurtt

    I wonder if this is a mall for wires:

    “You are here. –>”

    the3g_ipwn

    That is a T1 stack. Most COs use a biue/white-orange/white crossconnect. Looks like a cross-isle stack.

    Dreth

    I don’t care what it is, it’s too fucking much is what it really is.

    nyoki

    @the3g_ipwn: It’s a whoosie-whats?

    Supervillain

    $20 to anyone who cant pin point where the fire starts.

    T.File

    @the3g_ipwn: T1 stack… Really? Are you just talking out of your ass? A T1 can run over 4 wires. 1.544Mbps really doesn’t require that much.

    Looks more like a PBX wire-guide/cable trough. Maybe a patch facility.

    zondron

    you need a computer just to calculate the coordinates of one wire

    loogaroo

    as soon as you walk under it all the em energy gives you a wicked case of multiple sclerosis.

    T.File

    @loogaroo: no, just no. Wiki-MS. and EM radiation tends to loop in on itself. Most of that is Twisted pair, which cancels it’s EM to a degree. You are more likely to get sick from rubbing your dick on a cellphone in a microwave.

    Phyreblade

    @the3g_ipwn: Telco cable tray, most likely. T1s specifically? It would be hard to say. I don’t think you can tell just by looking at it. They run a lot of different services on those same twisted pairs. And they all look the same…

    traptin85

    just the HEAT coming from that could power a city!

    HoChunk

    @T.File: Fuck you, I was told that was perfectly safe.

    RSIxidor

    @traptin85:

    Not a bad idea, call your local telco and talk to them about setting up some heat sinks or some shit to collect that heat.

    Phyreblade

    @RSIxidor: Heat sinks on telco wires? It’s more likely than you think…