1. Instead of taking 10 seconds, it could take you a whole month to send a letter
Did you know, about 294 billion emails are sent daily, that equates to 2.8 million emails sent every second and 90 trillion emails sent every year.
So imagine if one day there is no Internet, instead of clicking to send an email “in the blink of an eye”, you will have to go to the post office to send a handwritten letter and wait a few days, sometimes a few weeks for the letter to arrive. receiver.
2. Lose a large sum of money for handwritten letters
If only in the US, the cost of using postage stamps instead of email will be about 6.3 trillion USD (about 131 million billion VND) – a huge number.
3. Economic disaster will happen immediately
A series of businesses, companies, and banks all depend on the Internet… all will be in disarray. There will not be any international banking transactions, transactions must be done manually through postal and telecommunications services, express delivery.
4. Thousands of people lost their jobs
Facebook alone has created 450,000 jobs in the US, Google also “employs” up to 20,000 employees. Without the Internet, Google, Facebook …, thousands of companies cutting employees, even do not exist, will result in billions of people losing their jobs.
5. Update information according to the speed “crawling turtle”
The Internet is considered as a huge sea of information. Therefore, without the Internet, you will not be able to access or find information on the Internet. Instead of sitting at home clicking, you will have to go to the library or bookstore to find all the relevant books to find the information you are looking for.