We Wuz Kangs: Meet Philip Emeagwali, the Creator of the Internet

Nigga inventor of Internet.
LOL. I’s invented da internet, yo!

 

How Philip Emeagwali Lied His Way To Fame

Debunking the many myths of Mr. Emeagwali’s “achievements” is one the easiest things to do on earth if you have a computer with Internet access. Let us start with his claim of possessing 41 (32 by some accounts on some hero-worshipping black websites) patents for various inventions. A simple search at the website of the US Patent and Trade Mark Office (here: http://tarr.uspto.gov/) reveals that Mr. Emeagwali has only one registered patent, for Emeagwali.com, his website. He has no other patent listed against his name. It is the same patent that most owners of independent websites apply for to legally protect their proprietary rights over the website and its contents. We can state conclusively then that Mr. Emeagwali has no patented invention of any kind, contrary to his and his supporters’ claim…

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7 comentarios en “We Wuz Kangs: Meet Philip Emeagwali, the Creator of the Internet”

    1. Don’t make me remember Al Gore! We had to watch his movie about global warming at school! I shit you not, even we Argie kids have to endure the jew propaganda…
      At least we didn’t have to do any assignment about it, I recall.

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        1. Yes!! Turn off your light bulbs and everything will be fine…
          We do it anyway. Electricity is expensive ‘round here. Believe it or not, you’ll find that houses at night don’t turn on their lights outside. Why? Because electricity has gotten expensive, thanks to Macri/Aranguren (the latter is an ex-CEO of Shell). I have to walk with a flashlight at night, believe me.

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  1. You guys don’t have any street lights there? Nothing wrong with saving on your utilities. I get a steep low income discount on mine but still am careful. Waste not want not, and all that. I do run my porch light all night for security reasons as I am a woman alone. Light bulb came from our electric company, 2 free, so I use one of them. Very bright, like a stage light, a warm white LED. Lasts for thousands of hours.

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    1. LOL yes… but they are covered by the trees. And we use those LED lights too. The problem is that the prices went up VERY steeply. It’s a long story, and one that you won’t be very much interested anyway… Anyway, this bill is cheaper than the last… we saved quite a bit of energy. We have streetlights, lady! We aren’t that backwards! LOL.

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