X-rays from outer space cannot penetrate the earth's atmosphere to the earth's surface because of the thickness of the atmosphere.
Which of the following statements about X-rays and radio waves is not true?
A) Neither X-rays nor radio waves can penetrate Earth's atmosphere.
B) X-rays have shorter wavelengths than radio waves.
C) X-rays and radio waves are both forms of light, or electromagnetic radiation.
D) X-rays have higher frequency than radio waves.
E) x-rays have higher energy than radio waves
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