October 24, 2013
Article: Pangaea – A United Nation Blueprint
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This is NAME News, I am your reporter, Matthew Johnson
Happy United Nations Day!!
When I hear the words, ‘United Nations’, I instantly think of the world, our physical world and all of the countries that make up this UNITED front of Nations.
Now, after sitting at my office desk for 7.5 hours, I realized that United Nations is set up on the foundation of our land that is Earth, the soil and dirt under every nations toes. The soil and land was once connected at the hip, and made its way formally known as Pangaea. Our long lost, but NOT forgotten original entity of our Mother Earth.
Our land was once connected physically from all levels, before our (humans) stamping of each region of the planet as we know of today. But, adapting and functioning to operate and innovate as humans, we have slowly started to connect our planet BACK together again to this reality of Pangaea through our creative ideas and inventions of the cable and the cloud.
Our way of communicating may be distant from our brothers and sisters of Australia, Japan, India, Germany, Ireland, Egypt, or China, but our ways of the cable and cloud are NO match for the concept of distance.
Yep, we Earthlings of Earth have made it possible to become a global family once again, every land from corner to corner now has the capacity to embrace other members from other lands via communication. All through the power of the cable and cloud. Hopefully, as we advance as a planet, we become more enlightened to the fact that we need each other in order to make this planet even better as a whole physically and mentally.
Our Father and Mother are cosmic geniuses, so what else do you expect from their children?
Happy United Nations Day, Earthlings.