🐱 Kitty Queen🐱
- Sep 20, 2018
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- October 2009
What I'm trying to say is that, in the US, about half the population lives in dense urban centers well served by broadband Internet both wired and wireless, and about half the population lives in sparsely-populated areas, either alone or in small towns, neither of which are well served by broadband Internet if at all. South Korea is almost entirely a dense population center, and is also compact - a small network of cell towers can adequately cover the entire nation.The known universe is billions of trillions of mega-lightyears across, so the population density of the universe is approximately zero.
Earth is part of the universe, South Korea is a country on Earth, meaning South Korea's population density must be approximately zero as well.
So why do they have fast internet?
The problem with the above statement is it's assuming that populations are equally spread out, as if a population density of 1.65 people per square kilometre means that there's exactly 2 people per square kilometre, and one of them is a double-amputee.