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History of the Internet-The first message was sent over the ARPANET from computer science Professor Leonard Kleinrock's

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The Internet has become a major part of people inner-net life line.

How much should we know about the Internet? Should we be operators only and not know what all goes on behind the Internet scene?

if we drive cars...and the likes of, we should know, and be familiar with the mechanism/functions, of that car.

Do pilots know the mechanics/mechanism of a plane?

Do pilots go through a mechanics/mechanism familiarization training?

Do pilots need to know all the mechanics/mechanism of a plane?

Do Train Conductors know the mechanics/mechanism of the train?

Do Train Conductors need to know and be familiarized, with all the mechanics/mechanism of a train?

Do Train Conductors go through a mechanics/mechanism familiarization training?

Do Bus Drivers know the mechanics/mechanism of a Bus?

Do Bus drivers go through a mechanics/mechanism familiarization training?

Do Bus drivers need to know the mechanics/mechanism of a Bus?

Do people know the mechanics/mechanism of Cell Phones?

Do people need to know all the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) mechanics/mechanism when it comes to Computers, learning how to fix Computers.

If people do not know the mechanics/mechanism of that which they operate, then we do not know the whole of what we operate. Familiarization is vital and essential, and can be a life savior.

Do people know the mechanics/mechanism of how the Brain Mind works? If not, then how can we KNOW our whole SELF?

Do people know the mechanics/mechanism of the Body, Mind, Soul, Spirit?

Are people totally familiar with all that goes on in their physical homes? If so, that is an example of knowing what goes on in our mental home.

The first message was sent over the ARPANET from computer science Professor Leonard Kleinrock's

The above would be a great for the t.v. game show Jeopardy.

Alex Trebeck game show host ask contestants.

CATEGORY: COMMUNICATION THE INTERNET.

WHO WAS THE FIRST PERSON TO SEND A MESSAGE OVER THE INTERNET.

CONTESTANT QUESTION: Who is, Professor Leonard Kleinrock's?

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