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The net is home to over one billion people, that\'s nearly 1/4th of the world\'s population. At any given moment, there is an intangible amount of data flowing through out the networks, routers, nodes, gateways, switches, & servers we live among today. We\'ve just begun to charge beyond the brink of a technological revolution. An age of information, an age in which connectivity is a life style. At any given moment at any point on the globe, another can see, feel, hear, or speak to any other individual at any given moment, at any point on the globe. With a constant bombardment of data bring transferred through the net, human individuals are actually becoming mentally connected to one another. It\'s become a sphere of intelligent conversation, emotional chaos, and countless other haman attributes, which could never be comprehended by even a million people. People even feel more connected here than they do in the real world.

The net has grown into a world of it\'s own. The term cyberspace is defined by the space between the networks, or computer systems, or whatever. I\'ve come to define this term by the realities which systems create. Essentially a world definable by the same characteristics you\'d use to define the real world. These worlds are defined by the engineers that create them, what users seem to underestimate, is the intericacy they implement everyday, that they are the ones who create this world, the engineers just define boundaries, these boundaries have astronomical rates at which they expand each day. People on the net don\'t suffer limitations because of physical boundaries. Your mind is who are online,unless you want more. You can alter your self to be whom ever you want, or create a whole new persona, with an alais of your choice, if you can dream it, it\'s possible.

I\'ve come to see an astonishingly large association between the human brain, neurological networks, mechanical network anotomy, and electrical computer interface. The human brain, and neruological networks are similar, and in some cases synonymous with these attributes. A quote by Vannavar Bush in As We May Think : \"With one item in its grasp, it snaps instantly to the next that is suggested by the association of thoughts, in accordance with some intricate web of trails carried by the cells of the brain. \" This illistrates beauitfully, the image I\'m trying to create. Neurons associate with one another, in the same logical fashion of computer systems, and network interface does too. In some cases, neurons act like computer systems, in terms of binary messages, a neuron either fires, or doesn\'t , just as a computer system either palses a positive charge, or negative. When neruons act this way, they collectively create an operation, or function, just as binary numbers do in computer systems.

Ours is a world of information, with a group of intelligent, creative, ambitious people, anything is within the realm of reality. With the use of the net, other technology, and as a hacker, we have access to any information, and information is the key to basically any nessecity or desire. As hackers, as liberators of information, we have the responsibility for humanity, to uncover the information people deserve. We has a people must come together, to abolish these ternaries of evil, of oppressing blood thirsty corporations, and personally motiviated politicians, who with hold information from us. We may have lost between the knowledge opressing fools, on earth, but here, in cyberspace, we have not. Information should be free for the world to see, we stand to protect this freedom, as individuals, and as a people.


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Navi00on April 23 2005 - 18:10:56
Thank you! I see a few spelling mistakes ... I wrote it in Friday class... heh heh. Join my fourms! I'm waiting for people to start posting, and than I want the whole website to take off!
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