posted on Jun, 12 2011 @ 06:00 PM
reply to post by WhiteHat
Nice post. Much to ponder. I think we're at a point in history that has never-before communication capabilities - instant knowledge accessible
anyone, anywhere in the world (within reason). This allows us to transmit news and info instantaneously to others, who can also respond. This
changes how we view and understand news.
Other threads exist on this whole living earth concept - I believe there are threads from 2003 from Peter Russel, the 'Global Brain'. I believe he
postulated that once a certain number of people or 'things' are reached, new levels of consciousness occur.
Well, the Internet might well be that number of 'things'. Once we have enough connected computers, or resources, things have a paradigm shift. New
forms of communication or thought occur. People are doing multiple things at the same time, where in the past it was a matter of receiving info, and
then responding using mediums that were slow to reach others. That has ended. The next step is for people to start being connected at the speed of
thought - imagine being connected to the net and able to respond instantaneously to everyone at once. That reality isn't far off, and it will change
Local events become global knowledge, regardless of attempts to suppress.
The key question - are we seeing more changes in the earth now, or is it just that our methods of communication are faster/better/more inclusive?