A U.S. Town Without Wi-Fi, Cellphones, and Microwaves?

The quietest town in America

Yes, it’s true, and not in a third-world country but in West Virginia. The town is Green Bank nestled in the Allegheny Mountains. No, they were not cut off by zombies but just by being too close to the Green Bank Radio Telescope. It sits inside the US National Radio Quiet Zone (NRQZ), an area of 13,000 square miles with strict limits on radio emissions.

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