Could you live in a place where products that transmit wireless signals are not allowed?
In other words, in a place where there are no microwave ovens, no cell phones, and no Wi-Fi.
If Green Bank, West Virginia was the place you called home, you wouldn’t have a choice. Green Bank sits in what’s called the “national radio quiet zone.”
I’ve written at length about the power of conversations and the importance of building community. For that reason, I absolutely love the comment made by Heather Niday, a resident of Green Bank, in the video below:
People in larger cities sometimes forget it’s important to make a human connection. It’s not just about getting the best job or making the most money. I never felt such a strong sense of community, until I moved here.
Could you do it? Could you live in the “national radio quiet zone?”