CNN And BBC Deleted The History Of A Biafran Scientist, The Father Of The Internet, From Their Data Base:
Some African problems is being caused by the western world who claim to have colonized them because of selfish interests.
They hide African talents and target their natural resources to enrich and develop their own country.
The inventor of the Internet that everyone is using today is an Igbo Man. But due to greed, hatred and racism Philip Emeagwali who invented the internet is not mentioned among the internet giants because he is a Biafran Man. Also Read: Biafran Scientists Confirms That The Name “Biafra” Could Replace Nigeria Sooner
“If you’re not teaching a child the right thing, then, he is learning poison”
History holds that Philip Emeagwali is the brain behind the internet.
“I’m called a father
of the Internet because
I’m the only father of the Internet
that invented a new internet.” Philip Emeagwali
Emeagwali who invented a method utilizing supercomputers that enabled oil companies to extract more petroleum from oil fields which the U.S. government had considered a problem among the twenty most difficult in the computing field.
The “Unsung Hero” Behind the Internet …The web owes much of its existence to Philip Emeagwali another brilliant black man – CNN names him “One of the great minds of the Information Age”…Black Is Royalty!!
Unfortunately, CNN have deleted the history of this Igbo Biafran Scientist on their data base.
BBC is gradually deleting theirs. The world is becoming more fraud!
According to the Gazette Review:
“Emeagwali is considered by many to be the father of the Internet as we know it today. He was born in Nigeria in 1954, and despite that fact that he had to serve in the Nigerian Civil War, he was still very rigorous in his studies. He would graduated from Oregon State University in 1977 with a degree in mathematics. He obtained his graduate education at George Washington University, where he acquired a master’s degree in ocean and marine engineering. Philip’s greatest accomplishment came in 1989, when he won the Gordon Bell Prize for creating what is considered one of the fastest supercomputers of all time. A great deal of his research in this area helped lead to the development of the Internet. Without Philip Emeagwali, you wouldn’t be able to read this article”
The reason why he should be called the Father of the Internet: Watch video;
Dr. Philip Emeagwali, who has been called the “Bill Gates of Africa,” The noted black inventor received acclaim based, at least in part, on his study of nature, specifically bees. Emeagwali saw an inherent efficiency in the way bees construct and work with honeycomb and determined computers that emulate this process could be the most efficient and powerful. In 1989, emulating the bees’ honeycomb construction, Emeagwali used 65,000 processors to invent the world’s fastest computer, which performs computations at 3.1 billion calculations per second.
These Are Some Of His Awards:
Awards: Gordon Bell Prize, Inst, of Electrical and Electronic Engineers’ Computer Society, 1989; Distinguished Scientist Award, National Soc. of Black Engineers, 1991; Computer Scientist of the Year, National Technical Assoc., 1993; International Man of the Year, Minority Technology Council of Mich., 1994; Certif. of Appreciation Award, Science Museum of Minn., 1994.
Member: Soc. for Industrial and Applied Mathematics; American Soc. of Civil Engineers; American Meteorological Soc.; National Technical Assoc., advisory bd.; American Physical Soc.; Natl
Soc. of Black Engineers; National Soc. of Professional Engineers; Soc. of Technical Communication; American Inst. of Aeronautics and Astronautics; National Aeronautic Assoc.; National Space Society. (World Encyclopedia)
Dr. Philip Emeagwali’s resume is loaded with many other such feats, including ways of making oil fields more productive – which has resulted in the United States saving hundreds of millions of dollars each year. As one of the most famous African-American inventors of the 20th century, Dr. Emeagwali also has won the Gordon Bell Prize – the Nobel Prize for computation. His computers are currently being used to forecast the weather and to predict the likelihood and effects of future global warming.
Recognition from Bill Clinton:
Philip Emeagwali was named among the 10 people with high I Q in the world. CNN and BBC forgot that our generation unborn will still recognize him as the father of the Internet.