|05-14-2019, 01:30 AM||#1|
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Did Hitler's Scientists Invent The Internet?
"To the untrained eye, it may not have looked like much", except to computer scientist Roger Ganfort. The National Socialists had built an operational broadband hub, to get occupied Europe online as early as 1946. "They almost got there" said Ganfort. Not convinced? Here are some other inventions of the National Socialist era.
The Nazis invented the internet. We have the emails to prove it.
- Alex Tuttshauble, Lead investigator
Advanced programmable computers
Night vision optics
Enriched uranium and the world's first nuclear test
An animal preservation Act
An anti-smoking campaign
An anti-alcoholism campaign
Established links between asbestos, smoking and lung cancer
Breast self-examinations to detect tumors
Methadone to replace morphine supplies
|05-16-2019, 04:25 PM||#2|
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Re: Did Hitler's Scientists Invent The Internet?
There was a lot of amazing stuff happening in Germany during the National Socialist Era, so it wouldn't surprise me if they had started work on a type of Internet. However, one thing in the article is suspicious.
The format for e-mail addresses, <username>@<host> was invented by Ray Tomlinson in 1971. It was expanded to <username>@<host domain>.<top level domain> with the creation of the World Wide Web in 1989. For the Germans to come up with the same format is highly suspicious, especially since the @ sign is short for the English word "at." I checked Google Translate for how the word "at" is translated into German, and it came up with seven possible translations: bei, an, auf, in, zu, um, mit, only two of which begin with the letter 'a'. Here are a couple of sentences with the word "at" translated into German:
I am at home.
Ich bin zu Hause.
My e-mail is at Yahoo.
Meine E-Mail ist bei Yahoo.
Neither of these use a word for "at" beginning with the letter 'a', so I find it highly unlikely that the Germans would use the sign '@' to separate a username from its host. Furthermore, the Fuehrer was not part of the SS, so why would his e-mail be hosted on an SS domain? And why would the domain "reich" be subordinate to the top-level domain ".ss" when the SS was subordinate to the Reich and not the other way around?
Regardless, the Internet can trace its origins to Victorian times. See The Victorian Internet.
All these ideas, which have nothing to do with cold logic as such, but represent only pure expressions of feeling, ethical conceptions, etc., are chained to the existence of men, to whose intellectual imagination and creative power they owe their existence. Precisely in this case the preservation of these definite races and men is the precondition for the existence of these ideas. --Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, Chapter XI: Nation and Race
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