Sunday, 22 December 2013
The Central Devir of the Web
Whilst the daily altercations between Madam Cosima’s ladies and Sister Veracitude’s nuns continue, Rabbi Oud Ramonides presses on with his mediation. Their intransigence however finally defeats him and in frustration he flings his sonic monkey wrench into the air. It hits his iPad and activates the Arucharian program he has been working on. This generates a password that worms its way into the central devir of the Web. Suddenly the inner workings of the Internet are revealed, and show beyond doubt that it is not a distributed system, but centrally controlled by the very Urim and Thummim that Ramonides is seeking.