World’s first WWW page …

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… has been posted here in honor of the twentieth anniversary of the Web.

Thanks to David Young of Free Range Geeks for the tip.

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It’s a fascinating site, with lots of interesting early history of the development of the WWW. But, if this is the world’s first WWW page why does it have links?

Maybe this page was posted before the linked pages were? Or maybe the text was turned into active links as each secondary page was posted? Just guessing.

David Young notes that all the links seem to go to the CERN site. Presumably this was not the first web site but rather the first World-Wide Web site.

Was the world’s 2nd web site a creationist site?

Karen S. said:

Was the world’s 2nd web site a creationist site?

But was it intelligently designed?

I wonder if evolutionists think the worldwide web just happened by random explosions without intelligent design?

If not, why can’t the web of life include intelligent design as well?

Werewolf Dongle said:

I wonder if evolutionists think the worldwide web just happened by random explosions without intelligent design?

If not, why can’t the web of life include intelligent design as well?

It can, but there’s no evidence for it, and no evidence for any designer.

And—really?—“random explosions”? Let’s mix in some more crappy analogies, shall we? How about “tornado in a junkyard” and “cellular factories” and “pocketwatch in the sand”. Got some more?

Awww. I got Poe-trolled. Well done, Dongle!

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