In Today's Article we hear of Native Chiefs in Manitoba want payment from Manitoba Telecom Services for "every cellphone signal that passes through First Nations land, saying the airspace should be considered a resource like land and water."
Now, I'm not a scientician, but it seems to be that cell phone calls don't use up air, the way drinking takes up water. In fact, it seems to me that cell phone signals don't actually use air. They can pass through space where there is no air. I thought they used the electromagnetic field that's, sort of, everywhere! I didn't think it could be said that it belongs to anyone.
But, then, I'm not a scientician.