Daniël 12:4 "But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, [even] to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased. " "

Knowledge has certainly increased within this generation almost beyond imagination ! In fact according to research studies, the total store of human knowledge is now doubling every eight years. 80 percent of all scientists have have ever lived are alive today. Every minute they add 2000 pages to man's scientific knowledge, and the scientific material they produce every 24 hours would take one person 5 years to read. About half a million new books are published every year.

But even since 1970 computertechnology has developed so much that if the autoindustry had developed at the same rate you would today be able to buy a Rolls Royce for three dollars and you could fit eight of them on the head of a pin. The most basic building block of computertechnology, the transistor , was invented at Bell Labs in 1948. In 1994 a computerchip could hold 3.1 million transistors, more than twice as many as the previous year's models. By the end of the decade, a chip will contain more than a billion transistors. Machines today have become so complicated, only the most highly trained technicians can even understand them !

Besides an increase of knowledge, the Bible also says that "many shall run to and fro" and this has also become greatly possible with the invention of the car, train, plane etc.

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010423: INTEL RELEASESS PENTIUM 4 -- DEBUT OF FASTEST MICROPROCESSOR COULD SPARK PRICE WAR WITH RIVALS -- NEW YORK (CNNfn) - Intel Corp., the world's largest chipmaker, introduced its much-awaited Pentium 4 processor Monday, at 1.7 GHz the company's highest-performance microprocessor for desktops, in a move that could ignite a price war with its competitors. More on CNN
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