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Halfords invents radio signals that don't travel at the speed of light

John Savard Silver badge

Perfectly Accurate in a Scientific Sense

They say that their broadcasts contain "more information" due to using a "super-fast short wavelength". It is true that higher-frequency radio signals tend to also have a wider bandwidth, so there's nothing here about the speed of light. Compare FM radio to AM radio (or MW, Medium Wave, as I believe you call it).

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