A fraction of the second after the information is put out in the World Wide Web the information can sit in the palm of your hand via phone applications, email, and text. But in another tiny fraction of a second it expands to others around the earth and moving faster than the speed the light it grows larger than our solar system and still is a ranging storm of information traveling in our social networking Universe. Social Networking information is more violent than anything you could experience in the Universe today. Even the interior of the Sun is more calm and serene than how social networking works. The raw energy of the explosion of the internet transforms information to sub atomic particles, which is the first matter of the Universe. This conversion of matter to energy was predicted by Albert Einstein. This is known even to children as E=MC2. This illustrates how the big impact of Albert Einstein is involved with how fast destruction can travel. A similar depiction is with the discovery of destruction traveling via an Atomic Bomb explosion. In just a fraction of a second after the big bang the building blocks of social networking the explanation begins to take shape. But this first matter of atoms or earlier stages of sub atomic particles must be sent via a stable rate. The extreme nature of society and communication energizes the information. This races the information to travel at incredible speeds. It’s pure chaos. Eventually things calms down and people cool down and read the facts of the information. All of this is happening in fractions of a second into people’s finger tips.
But this is when the big bang of social networking in the Universe is traveling into a critical stage of a titanic battle. The one thing that can destroy the information before it even gets started, Antimatter. From the smallest rock to the largest star in the Universe there is always Antimatter. This was created by the pure energy of the big bang. Einstein’s theory was that energy transforms into matter and matter can transform into energy. We do social networking with electronic tools similar to a Hadron Collider. For a split second we submit turbo charged communication and human movements to change the human thought process similar to how a Hadron Collider is functioning with antimatter. So the question arises, what communication and pure energy was sent to us from the beginning of time? Where do we come from?
If we look at how matter works we see matter has a positive charge and locks arms with its enemy antimatter that has a negative charge. The fate of communication lies in the balance to these two. This is fair and balanced. There would be nothing interesting if there was not opposition in communication. But there must always be a champion. So just like a social networking game of ‘risk’ the side with the most matter wins. That is where survival of the fittest relies upon. The side that has more information flowing causing people to take side with them and will win the hearts and minds in Nations, Communities, and Families.
Social Networking in the Universe with technology isn’t very old and is still a strange thing for some. Only a decade ago most people would knock on a neighbor’s door and share information face to face verses sending a text. Some don’t tweet or know what a tweet is. But now all this is beginning to change as we see how everyone is becoming more wired to the social networking universe with technology. More and more cell phones are being distributed in light years in size compared to home phones being the only source for phone fifteen years ago. Even home phones are being converted to use new technology such as VOIP; voice over the Internet. The day will come where households will no longer accept paper mail and the postal office will just regulate your email data servers and your home address will be your internet IP address. The young social networking universe is currently having to cool down to slow down enough to allow the older generations to catch up. This period may take about 20 years in my prediction. When this happens, the billions on planet earth will all be plugged in to the World Wide Web. To capture the critical of images of the temperature of our planet earth the United States launched a satellite back in 1989 called the Cosmic Background Explorer. These first images were called the “face of God”. If we do the same but check who has internet access across the planet, earth, would we still call these images the “face of God”? I say yes! These heat maps of the planet earth via internet access would show who and what is communicating more, and where, and how it isn’t. These are the fluctuations that created all of us humans to be alive today. So why not keep communicating? As with astronomy, Stars in the Universe allow galaxy’s to grow in majestic beautiful fashion. Planets circle the Stars and I would compare that to information. It’s a common wish of great minds that all information in Nations and Communities keep flowing so they may continue to grow in majestic beautiful fashion. Any Nations of Communities seeking to hide or stop free flowing information do so at their own self-destruction. So I ask what or who are the Stars that will keep spreading the messages of the “face of God” to you?
I say social networking in the Universe is infinite and will continue to only grow. New communication tools will eventually expand so large that we will change humanities communication in a run-away mode that will push all us. Figuring out how this might all change is a mystery as the Universe itself. If it self destructs it might trigger another big bang in communication. Maybe this has already happened and this is never ending. Some might say that this occurred with the death of copper telecommunication. But everything we enjoy in communication never really began by Mark Zuckerberg founding Facebook in his dorm room at Harvard University, but over fourteen billion years ago. Everything started with the big bang that contains the answers to our greatest questions about our past, future, and present with social networking in the Universe.