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Everything is a matter of perception. And it is true that the perception of the “fast Internet we cannot live without” is part of our modern culture. However it takes a small pigeon to see more clearly what your blind eyes cannot.

It is true. In many occasions have pigeons won the locan Broadband Internet connection in data transfer rate. [1, 2, 3] The pigeons carried a USB stick with the data to send and was let loose to fly, while at the same time the same data was sent via the Internet to the same destination. When the pigeon arrived, the data being sent through the broadband was not even halfway there…

Comparisons based on an average Internet connection of 2.85 Mbps. If now [11/2012] California has a speed of 5 Mbps, just send a bigger 64 GB USB stick with your pigeon…

The comparisons in the schemas above [4] are revealing. Modern axioms are too easy to challenge. All you have to do is just ask the question and the answer will just pop right in front of you. Lies, myths, “implied truths”. This is what our world is all about in almost every aspect of it.

Surely the data transfer rates are much higher now.

But so is the data capacity of the USB sticks pigeons carry…

Get rid of your wrong axioms. Stop believing dogmatically in technology.

See clearly in the sky. And you might see a USB flying…

As a wise man once said, “never underestimate the bandwidth of a truck loaded with thousands of DVDs”…

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