Aug 6, 2011

20 Years Ago Today 8/6/11

It was August 6, 1991, at a CERN facility in the Swiss Alps, when 36-year-old physicist Tim Berners-Lee published the first-ever website. It was, not surprisingly, a pretty basic one — according to CERN:

In 1994, Berners-Lee founded the World Wide Web Consortium (often referred to as “W3C”) at MIT in order to create standards for the web to ensure that different websites would all work the same way. Berners-Lee, now 56, is still the director of the W3C, in addition to several other positions he holds. While there are and surely always will be some deviations from the standards by many websites and browsers, it’s not a stretch to say that the web as we know it would probably not exist if not for the W3C’s guidance.

This was wonderful for communication and fast information.
But do you know who "CERN" is? or what they are up to now?

Look at what they have created since 1985. Please view this video and you decide if their doing good for us or the planet.

Do not let CERN decide the fate of the world, YOUR world.
DO NOT TRUST CERN EXPERTS, as you can see these experts behave the way the experts handled Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant.
Two facts are clear : a) accidents happen despite all the assurances they cannot happen or will be only minor; and

b) when the impossible happens the responsible people lie about it. For whatever reason people want to cover things up. Which is bad if you want to make rational plans for the future. Every one needs to confront the realities not run away.

CERN is purposefully operated internationally as to operate outside all jurisdictions. What has given these scientists the right to play with a machine that most people on this planet are unaware of, yet they have the power to play god and downplay the potential to destroy the world?

Please do your research and find out how we can band this program to save our planet.
more info coming soon!!

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