It's an oasis in a tech-saturated world.
Pocahontas County lies deep within the National Radio Quiet Zone where cell phone service, Wi-Fi and radio signals are suppressed to protect the operations of the world's largest radio telescope nearby.
The residents seem to love it, as they shared in a video produced by National Geographic.
As TheBlaze has previously reported, the National Radio Quiet Zone has attracted people from around the country who claim to suffer from Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity, or "Wi-Fi sickness."
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