Internet is an information network of silicon computer technology  that mimics the human brain, created by Advanced Research Project Agency (ARPA), a division of the US army industry which developed ARPANET in 1966. In contrast with mass media, aimed at manipulation of the masses, internet is designed for personal mind control.

Bob Taylor of NASA developed an intercomputer communication network between the Pentagon (MIT), University of California Berkeley and System Development in Santa Monica.

He led ARPNET from 1966 to 1969. ARPANET had 4 hosts: UCLA, Stanford Research Institute, University of Utah and University of California Santa Barbara. Bob Taylor worked with David Evans of the Mormon Church at the University of Utah. Marvin Minsky's student Ivan Sutherland also worked at the University of Utah. Paul Baran at RAND Corporation developed the packet switch method.

He also worked with Douglas Englebart of Stanford Research Institute in Menlo Park California (MK Ultra research with Ken Kesey), who demonstrated the use of the computer mouse at the so-called Mother of All Demo's with Stewart Brand (Ken Kesey's Merry Pranksters) in 1968. The computer mouse is based on Khepri symbolism.

From the early 70's Engelbart's Augmentation Research Center (ARC) collaborated with Werner Erhard (EST training). Engelbart was a member of the board of jesuit university St Clara. Bertram Raphael, a student of Marvin Minsky (Philips Academy) at MIT, also worked for ARC and sold ARC to Tymshare. Many ARC employees later worked for Xerox PARC.

In 1972 Jacques Vallée (ARC) succeeded Paul Baran at ARPANET.

Bob Kahn (CCNY) and Vin Cerf (ARPA) invented Internet Protocol at Stanford University. The first nodes of ARPANET were Harvard, MIT, University of Utah, Rutgers University, UCSB, UCLA, RAND corporation, MITRE corporation,..

In 1981 the National Science Foundation created Computer Science Network, in collaboration with Anthony Hearn of RAND and Princeton.

In 1989 Tim Berners-Lee (MIT, CERN) introduced Hypertext Transfer Protocol. Marketing of the Personal Computer with Bill Gates and Steve Jobs as PR agents (illusion of free market capitalism).

1998 founding of Google by Stanford alumni. Burst of the Dotcom bubble.

2001 the 911 Twin Towers ritual, rise of CIA controlled internet conspiracy culture on Youtube (distraction with the Illuminati hoax).

2004 founding of Facebook.

2010 founding of Instagram by Stanford alumni Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger.

2011 founding of Chatubate.

2020 the fascist Covid19-ritual with RNA vaccines of DARPA and massive internet censorship. AI technology Chat GTP.

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