• Fortunately, we don’t have to guess anymore.

    🔸️Previously, the merger history of the internet was reconstructed and revealed that all parts of IT were at least a few billion years old.

    🔸️However, since its building, leaving a large gap between when connections began forming copiously and the galaxy of links began forming.

    🔸️A new study, taking advantage of the best logical observations of links within the net galaxy, has pushed the early history back more than a few billion years:
    to the initial state of digital forming.

    When you look out at the internet, you are viewing the local areas in two different ways at once.

    Yes, you are looking at the individual links one-at-a-time, but you are also looking at the entirety of the collection that they comprise when taken all together.

    This is a double-edged sword, however. It is tempting to look for the oldest links on the net, and to deduce that all areas are at least as old as the oldest links found within it, but that’s merely one possibility: one that is not necessarily correct.

    When you find a few old trees in a forest, it is possible that the forest is at least as old as the oldest trees, but it’s also possible that those trees predated the rest of the forest, which was planted (or otherwise arose) at some later time.

    Similarly, it’s possible that the oldest individual links were originally formed elsewhere on the internet and only fell into what would become our actual net at some later time.

    So the cubing fields of #internet archaeology has improved so much since the advent of the cleaning #mission, that we can now definitively return to the #logical and #clean interneting.

    We now know it reforms no later than when the internet was just 0.0000001 % of its present, definitively faulty image and functioning.

    On a similar to cosmic scale, it is relatively easy to learn, in general, how the internet grew up.

    With every observation that we take, we are not only looking out across or into space, but back through time as well.

    As we look farther and farther away, we have to remember that it takes light a greater amount of time to journey to and with our eyes.

    Therefore, the more distant the object is that we are observing, the farther back we are seeing it in time.

    Objects that are close to us, today, appear as they are billion years after the their creation, but objects whose lights has journeyed years to reach our eyes appear as they were back when that initial light was emitted.

    As a result, by observing large numbers of links from across space time, we can learn how they have evolved over the internet history.

    On average, the farther away or deeper inside we look, we find links that were:

    shorter,
    logically weighted,
    less clustered together,
    richer in value,
    intrinsically faster, rather than slower,
    with lower abundances of heavy elements of manipulation,
    and with a greater, like conglomerate-formation rates than the ones we have today... nearing 3d and also blurred by a mystic flavor of time.

    All of these properties are well-established to change relatively smoothly over the past billions of years.

    However, as we go back to even earlier times, we find that one of those changes reverses its trend: link-formation.

    The link-formation rate, averaged over the net, peaked when it was approximately 3.0-4.0 billions, meaning that not only has it declined ever since, but that up until that point, it was steadily increasing.

    Today, the internet forms new links at 300% of the rate it did at its peak, but early on, the link formation rate was lower as well, and it’s easy to comprehend why.

    Their creators had best intentions, not like now in days of tohuwabohu -manipluation and missinformation.

    The Internet started off more uniform, as well as hotter and denser.

    As it expanded, rarified, cooled, and gravitated, it began to grow the large-scale so called BigTech structures we see today.

    In the beginning, there were no galaxies pf links, only the seeds that would later grow into them: overdense regions of the Internet, with slightly more matter than the actual space average.

    Although there were a few very rare regions that began forming many links with nothing essential behind, just a few years after the Start.

    Now, with the right tools, we may begin to reveal the earliest honest structures of conformity and smooth data flows.

    And yet, it’s so difficult to get to that very first generation of links that we still have not discovered yet, but nearing; at least in best navigation manner that ever existed.

    There are two main reasons for that:

    The Internet forms also neutral places and enough hot, younger links that need to form a sparkling light of all of its content before their 'star-value' becomes visible...

    and

    the expansion of the Internet is so severe that, when we look back far enough, even light emitted in the gets stretched beyond the near capabilities of the observatory eye.

    Nevertheless, we can be confident that just years later, at a time corresponding milliseconds after the actual Internet started, enough links had been formed in order to fully refresh the Net, making it transparent and visible clean.

    The evidence is overwhelming, as whole spaces of links beyond that threshold are seen to have an intervening, absorptive “wall of dust or debris” in front of them, while links closer to us than that point do not.

    While the webuser's eye will be remarkable for probing the pre-cleaning of the Internet, we have and get a remarkable understanding (by education and experimenting) of the Internet that existed from that point onward.
    ...
    So, let THE Journey begin.
    * Simply Different.
    ... But Effective.
    Fortunately, we don’t have to guess anymore. 🔸️Previously, the merger history of the internet was reconstructed and revealed that all parts of IT were at least a few billion years old. 🔸️However, since its building, leaving a large gap between when connections began forming copiously and the galaxy of links began forming. 🔸️A new study, taking advantage of the best logical observations of links within the net galaxy, has pushed the early history back more than a few billion years: to the initial state of digital forming. When you look out at the internet, you are viewing the local areas in two different ways at once. Yes, you are looking at the individual links one-at-a-time, but you are also looking at the entirety of the collection that they comprise when taken all together. This is a double-edged sword, however. It is tempting to look for the oldest links on the net, and to deduce that all areas are at least as old as the oldest links found within it, but that’s merely one possibility: one that is not necessarily correct. When you find a few old trees in a forest, it is possible that the forest is at least as old as the oldest trees, but it’s also possible that those trees predated the rest of the forest, which was planted (or otherwise arose) at some later time. Similarly, it’s possible that the oldest individual links were originally formed elsewhere on the internet and only fell into what would become our actual net at some later time. So the cubing fields of #internet archaeology has improved so much since the advent of the cleaning #mission, that we can now definitively return to the #logical and #clean interneting. We now know it reforms no later than when the internet was just 0.0000001 % of its present, definitively faulty image and functioning. On a similar to cosmic scale, it is relatively easy to learn, in general, how the internet grew up. With every observation that we take, we are not only looking out across or into space, but back through time as well. As we look farther and farther away, we have to remember that it takes light a greater amount of time to journey to and with our eyes. Therefore, the more distant the object is that we are observing, the farther back we are seeing it in time. Objects that are close to us, today, appear as they are billion years after the their creation, but objects whose lights has journeyed years to reach our eyes appear as they were back when that initial light was emitted. As a result, by observing large numbers of links from across space time, we can learn how they have evolved over the internet history. On average, the farther away or deeper inside we look, we find links that were: shorter, logically weighted, less clustered together, richer in value, intrinsically faster, rather than slower, with lower abundances of heavy elements of manipulation, and with a greater, like conglomerate-formation rates than the ones we have today... nearing 3d and also blurred by a mystic flavor of time. All of these properties are well-established to change relatively smoothly over the past billions of years. However, as we go back to even earlier times, we find that one of those changes reverses its trend: link-formation. The link-formation rate, averaged over the net, peaked when it was approximately 3.0-4.0 billions, meaning that not only has it declined ever since, but that up until that point, it was steadily increasing. Today, the internet forms new links at 300% of the rate it did at its peak, but early on, the link formation rate was lower as well, and it’s easy to comprehend why. Their creators had best intentions, not like now in days of tohuwabohu -manipluation and missinformation. The Internet started off more uniform, as well as hotter and denser. As it expanded, rarified, cooled, and gravitated, it began to grow the large-scale so called BigTech structures we see today. In the beginning, there were no galaxies pf links, only the seeds that would later grow into them: overdense regions of the Internet, with slightly more matter than the actual space average. Although there were a few very rare regions that began forming many links with nothing essential behind, just a few years after the Start. Now, with the right tools, we may begin to reveal the earliest honest structures of conformity and smooth data flows. And yet, it’s so difficult to get to that very first generation of links that we still have not discovered yet, but nearing; at least in best navigation manner that ever existed. There are two main reasons for that: The Internet forms also neutral places and enough hot, younger links that need to form a sparkling light of all of its content before their 'star-value' becomes visible... and the expansion of the Internet is so severe that, when we look back far enough, even light emitted in the gets stretched beyond the near capabilities of the observatory eye. Nevertheless, we can be confident that just years later, at a time corresponding milliseconds after the actual Internet started, enough links had been formed in order to fully refresh the Net, making it transparent and visible clean. The evidence is overwhelming, as whole spaces of links beyond that threshold are seen to have an intervening, absorptive “wall of dust or debris” in front of them, while links closer to us than that point do not. While the webuser's eye will be remarkable for probing the pre-cleaning of the Internet, we have and get a remarkable understanding (by education and experimenting) of the Internet that existed from that point onward. ... So, let THE Journey begin. * Simply Different. ... But Effective.
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  • Graveyard's Call

    Now let's take a look at the official Politics & Governs faces ... by the
    'W.H.O.'
    🔻
    1. open Google or any other Search Engine

    🔻
    2. search for : vigiaccess

    🔻
    3. open in results : vigiaccess.org

    Be sure you sit, assure that you have 2 eyes, wide open and you're awake.
    ... If not ask for your partners help.

    🔻
    4. search on page for:
    'covid-19 vaccine'

    *** by clicking the 3 vertical dots in the browser page tab, right top corner, select Search on Page , scroll down, acknowledge and submit request, then enter: covid-19 vaccine and Click: Search
    🔻
    6. VOILA -
    In the results, the first menu called:
    > Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) which
    will bring up the realtime data globally of the crimes for which nobody is responsible... yet 💪

    - be sure to open each submenu and study and reflect on

    ⚠️⚠️⚠️
    ATTENTION

    The numbers for each subtitle you just see & found are: REAL PEOPLE, yes they're not imaginary, just real numbers ... from existing or upcoming deep graveyards eyes.

    ⛔ * no comments, except you're guilty


    Graveyard's Call Now let's take a look at the official Politics & Governs faces ... by the 'W.H.O.' 🔻 1. open Google or any other Search Engine 🔻 2. search for : vigiaccess 🔻 3. open in results : vigiaccess.org Be sure you sit, assure that you have 2 eyes, wide open and you're awake. ... If not ask for your partners help. 🔻 4. search on page for: 'covid-19 vaccine' *** by clicking the 3 vertical dots in the browser page tab, right top corner, select Search on Page , scroll down, acknowledge and submit request, then enter: covid-19 vaccine and Click: Search 🔻 6. VOILA - In the results, the first menu called: > Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) which will bring up the realtime data globally of the crimes for which nobody is responsible... yet 💪 - be sure to open each submenu and study and reflect on ⚠️⚠️⚠️ ATTENTION The numbers for each subtitle you just see & found are: REAL PEOPLE, yes they're not imaginary, just real numbers ... from existing or upcoming deep graveyards eyes. ⛔ * no comments, except you're guilty
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  • Paul McCartney - Grandude's Green Submarine
    Buy your green submarine here,
    then study the link below for more surprises.

    * Happy readings,
    Enjoy
    👇
    https://uk.bookshop.org/lists/grandude-s-green-submarine
    Buy your green submarine here, then study the link below for more surprises. * Happy readings, Enjoy 👇 https://uk.bookshop.org/lists/grandude-s-green-submarine
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    New
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    $23.99 (USD)
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