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Il Mondo sta cambiando; anche il mondo delle Radiocomunicazioni e relative Informazioni che questa tecnologia diffonde, subiscono una rivoluzione di distribuzione e metodologia che devono adeguarsi ai nuovi scenari tecnici. Questo cambiamento è positivo e sarà sempre il benvenuto in un mondo che non si ferma e che si evolve. Ciò che mi intristisce molto nel vedere la distruzione e la cancellazione repentina delle tecnologie, ormai superate o obsolescenti, è la insensibilità e mancanza di rispetto nell’attuare questa tecno-distruzione e anche la mancanza di visione dei proprietari e gestori degli impianti che antepongono convenienze economiche ad ogni altra considerazione quali, ad esempio, il ricordo e la conservazione che possono essere mantenuti trasformando le infrastrutture da distruggere in musei o centri di conoscenza.

Senza menzionare il fatto che tali strutture di Radiocomunicazione possono essere conservati in perfetta efficienza e mantenerli nel caso di Emergenza Globale o crollo delle Telecom Satellitari dovuti a Disastri Globali, naturali o meno; e gli esempi sono facilmente immaginabili.

I Militari degli Stati Uniti e pochi altri Stati hanno queste sensibilità e non distruggono indiscriminatamente gli impianti obsoleti ma li preservano e li valorizzano. Anche i sistemi, apparentemente inadeguati ai tempi moderni, come le comunicazioni in telegrafia, vengono conservati e mantenuti come sistemi di riserva o backup.

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VATICAN RADIO - Visiting the Radio Center of S. Maria di Galeria

The world is changing; even the world of Radiocommunications and related information that this technology spreads, undergo a distribution and methodology revolution that must adapt to the new technical scenarios. This change is positive and will always be welcome in a world that does not stop and evolves. What saddens me in seeing the sudden destruction and destruction of technologies, now outdated or obsolete, is the insensitivity and lack of respect in implementing this techno-destruction and also the lack of vision of the owners and operators of the plants that put convenience before them economic to any other consideration such as, for example, the memory and the preservation that can be maintained by transforming the infrastructures to be destroyed into museums or knowledge centers.
Not to mention the fact that these Radiocommunication facilities can be kept in perfect working order and maintain them in the event of a Global Emergency or a collapse of the Satellite Telecom due to Global Disasters, natural or otherwise; and the examples are easily imaginable.
The Military of the United States and a few other States have these sensitivities and do not indiscriminately destroy obsolete plants but preserve them and enhance them. Even systems, apparently inadequate to modern times, such as telegraphy communications, are preserved and maintained as backup or backup systems.

RADIO VATICANA | Visita al Centro Radio di S. Maria di Galeria

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