The First Text Message was a verse from the Bible! Could this lead to telepathy? .. Let's find out.
( at&t ) American Telephone and Telepathy.. no wait ..
at&t: The home of the black berry.. text messaging .. or ... is it?
WHAT's the Telegraph part of their name? America Telephone and Telegraph ....
What's a telegraph?
Inside the at&t corporate building, I wandered around for an hour or so and asked that very question of various people. The security guard did not know. A young IT engineer guy headed to the elevators did not know.. I asked An old sales-guy walkin' by.. "Sir, What's a telegraph? what's that word mean?" .. he didn't know. And.. I didn't really know.. I guessed..
a very old form.. perhaps (original form) of text messaging... Telegraph ...
Well the truth is: I finally found someone who thought they knew. A guy with a European accent in the coffee line. He suggested while waving his arms.. Telegraph. A form of hand signals. But that origin was in Europe. Not America. (referring to the company title) "American" Telephone and Telegraph.
Hmm. I replied. Sounds reasonable ... (NOT) I thought to myself. .. Better research it for myself ...
TELEGRAPH ORIGIN: Claude Chappe, (December 25, 1763 – January 23, 1805) was a French inventor who in 1792 demonstrated a practical semaphore system .. The non-electric telegraph (Optical Telegraphy) was invented by Claude Chappe in 1794.
so .. the guy in the coffee line was partially correct .. because:
This system (Optical Telegraphy) was visual and used semaphore, a flag-based alphabet, and depended on a line of sight for communication. The optical telegraph was replaced by the electric telegraph..
CONTINUED evolution of the telegraph:
In 1825, British inventor William Sturgeon (1783-1850) revealed an invention that laid the foundations for a large scale evolution in electronic communications: the electromagnet. Sturgeon displayed the power of the electromagnet by lifting nine pounds with a seven-ounce piece of iron wrapped with wires through which the current of a single cell battery was sent.
hmm .. so THIS is where speakers come from ... woa ..
In 1837, British physicists, William Cooke and Charles Wheatstone patented the Cooke and Wheatstone telegraph using the same principle of electromagnetism.
However, it was Samuel Morse (1791-1872) that successfully exploited the electromagnet and bettered Joseph Henry's invention. Morse made sketches of a "magnetized magnet" based on Henry's work. Morse invented a telegraph system that was a practical and commercial success.
While a professor of arts and design at New York University in 1835, Samuel Morse proved that signals could be transmitted by wire. He used pulses of current to deflect an electromagnet, which moved a marker to produce written codes on a strip of paper - the invention of Morse Code. The following year, the device was modified to emboss the paper with dots and dashes. He gave a public demonstration in 1838, but it was not until five years later that Congress (reflecting public apathy) funded $30,000 to construct an experimental telegraph line from Washington to Baltimore, a distance of 40 miles.
Six years later, members of Congress witnessed the sending and receiving of messages over part of the telegraph line. Before the line had reached Baltimore, the Whig party held its national convention there, and on May 1, 1844, nominated Henry Clay. This news was hand-carried to Annapolis Junction (between Washington and Baltimore) where Morse's partner, Alfred Vail, wired it to the Capitol. This was the first news dispatched by electric telegraph.
The First Text Message was a verse from the Bible!
... here's the weird part: "Six years later, members of Congress witnessed the sending and receiving of messages over part of the telegraph line" ...
NOTICE """the sending and receiving of messages """
WHAT WAS THAT FIRST MESSAGE? WHAT DID IT SAY!!!
Morse .. allowed her to send the first message from Washington to Baltimore over his new telegraph .. Morse asked Annie Ellsworth if she had her message ready.
Annie replied that she and her mother had been reading through the Bible, looking for the perfect message, and that they had found, in Numbers 23: 23, her message -- "What hath God wrought!"
On May 24, 1844, Morse, in the old Supreme Court chamber of the Capitol, sent her message to Alfred Vail at the Mount Clare depot in Baltimore, inaugurating a new era of communications. [footnote 2]
Although the new telegraph connection was between Washington and Baltimore and was openly demonstrated in both cities, the first newspaper account to appear in the National Intelligencer, the leading newspaper in Washington, was on May 27, and that was a copy of an account from a Baltimore paper. Only 16 people showed up in the old Supreme Court chamber to see the Washington end of the demonstration. The newspaper account did not mention Annie's message..
In 1924 the American Telephone & Telegraph Company (AT&T) introduced a printing telegraph system called the Teletype, which became widely used for business communication. The unit consisted of a typewriter keyboard and a simplex printer. Each keystroke generated a series of coded electric impulses that were then sent over the transmission line to the receiving system.
Our first real-life text messaging system?
Well even with the modern blackberry, iPhone, iPad, eBook, lBox and backPack, we're still a LONG WAY from telepathy.
TELEPATHY TECHNOLOGY American Telephone and Telepathy
2020 Initial prototype; magnetic channel interface with infared nodes like a wireless E.K.G. machine attached to a subject. Applications work. Receiver wears same hardware.
2025 Advanced mass-produced: Biomedical synthetic organism.
Origin Stem Cell research. Application Installed in forehead, functions as synthetic personal telepathy, global eCommerce, banking, directions, Gps, medical monitoring and pharmaceutical delivery systems, personal security and holographic entertainment; to name only a fraction of the applications. Virtually "every" commercial application will chime in with value-add to this synthetic organism's potential to reach the consumer; (you).
With all these benefits? Who could say no? Why ... it's a way-of-life! To not have one is to not experience life itself!
Even so.. this is not (NOT) not true telepathy; just an imitation.. a substitute; a weapon of war .. the war for your mind.
but wait ---->
Let's look at that original TEXT MESSAGE that was kind-of glossed-over way-back-when ...
Numbers 23: 23, that first telegraph message: "What hath God wrought!"
For a year, Annie Goodrich Ellsworth and her mother searched the Bible for the perfect message.
That was it... so now if you have the time to read Numbers 22, 23, 24 for the full story where they found that one verse? You will find: . . Numbers 24:4 (he) .. which heard the words of God, which saw the vision of the Almighty, falling into a trance, but having his eyes open ..
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