Breaking the limitations of the physical world
There was once a time when the fastest way to send a message was via ship or horse. No message could be sent faster than a physical object. These were interesting times … until enterprising people in France invented the telegraph. But it wasn’t until Samuel Morse developed a “universal language” for telegraph messages that the technology really took off. Soon, there were cables stretched across continents and under the sea, allowing news that once took up to a year to travel now to take merely a day.