By nesara.news contributor James Gandy (5-19-2017).
As a research journalist, I often get asked, "where do you come up with this stuff?"
Today I went directly to the root of the source (reference). Did you know, the Birth of the World Wide Web, the infamous WWW.com, was created by CERN Scientist?
1989, British Scientist Tim Berners-Lee created an automated library, in laymen's terms, and with that and several years of tweaking the newfound science, technology paved its way and the interweb was born.
On April 30th, 1993 the first public domain went live and history has never looked back, its been that fast! The WWW, the World Wide Web reads like an extinct dinosaur to those of us that have seen its creation, like life before time.
A reasonable amount of fear of the unknown is expected. But combine fear with solid evidence, and in this case all of our dumb-phones that are smarter then some of us, that would be me, and the facts remain...CERN gave us AWESOME TECHNOLOGY!
What Does our Future with CERN Science Hold? Are flying antigravity vehicles in the realms of practical science, or giant telescopes to build space maps for future geographers to map the galaxies; my luck now that I mention it, space roads, right? Yeah, I'll probably get a speeding ticket there too, great! Space cameras, yeah.
AND that's it... There's no secret to how this Author finds his stuff.
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