Ted Nelson, a scientist who studied under Bush and Lilly, proposed to store large electronic libraries on satellites so that they could be accessible by anyone from anywhere on Earth. This concept later took the form of Hypertext. We know that the Earth itself emits a constant resonance called the Shuman Resonance. We also know that the number of humans on Earth is rapidly approaching that of the neurons in the brain. Taking these two things into account, Dr Douglas Rushkoff proposed that the consciousness of the Earth itself could be awakened if all creatures on earth became somehow connected and could be brought to resonate at the same frequency.
Robert Kemp Philp: Enquire Within Upon Everything
A how-to book for domestic life, first published in 1856 by Houlston and Sons of Paternoster Square in London. It was then continuously reprinted in many new and updated editions as additional information and articles were added. The book was created with the intention of providing encyclopedic information on topics as diverse as etiquette, parlour games, cake recipes, laundry tips, holiday preparation and first aid. Agatha Christie used Enquire Within Upon Everything as an important clue in the Hercule Poirot detective novel, Hallowe'en Party [zu Deutsch Schneewittchen-Party]. Via: Galileo, 16/02/2016: Die Erfindung des WWW.