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The birth of ARPANET — the predecessor of the Internet

On Mar Cheshvan 18, 5730 (10/29/1969), the ARPANET began, a small network of academic computers that became the predecessor of the Internet.

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The birth of ARPANET — the predecessor of the Internet
The birth of ARPANET — the predecessor of the Internet

The Book of Zohar says that in the 600th year of the 6th millennium (1840), “the upper gates of wisdom and the fountains of wisdom below will simultaneously open and thus the world will be ready to enter the 7th millennium.” The gates “above” are the amazing discoveries of Hasidism, and the wisdom “below” is new scientific theories and discoveries.

On Mar Cheshvan 18, 5730 (10/29/1969), the ARPANET began, a small network of academic computers that became the predecessor of the Internet. This happened after the events of 1957, when the Soviet satellite was launched on October 4 (the eve of Yom Kippur) and America experienced a real shock, which led to the space race. And it's no coincidence that the number 18 indicates the attraction and opening of life force also during everyday work, which begins from this month.

It should be added that the director of the project was Leonard Kleinrock from the University of California, a Jew whose parents came from Russia. Back in 1961, he wrote a book that outlined the basic principles of packet communication that formed the basis of modern Internet technology.

Translated by Sholem Lougov From Зарождение ARPANET — предшественницы интернета Comments: 0

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