When the internet breaks down and we need to start talking about it

When you start to think about things you can’t explain, it can be difficult to find the right words.

When that happens you’ll have to use some of the language that people are already using to describe it.

One of those is the phrase “internet break down”.

That phrase was coined by David Gandy, a physicist who spent some time studying the internet.

The term is a bit of a misnomer, but it’s certainly the one that has come up the most.

Gandy’s idea came about after a study was done that looked at the amount of data being shared online and how much that information was being processed.

He wanted to find out what was happening in the real world, and it turns out that the internet is very good at breaking down things into pieces.

As Gandy told The Verge, you could think of a “break down” as “a series of individual items that are put together in a coherent way to make a larger, more complex object”.

For instance, when someone makes a video of you on a bus, it may have many individual parts.

But the bus itself has very little of that information, and instead it’s made up of the individual pieces that make up a video.

The bus might be broken down into a series of smaller pieces and these parts will be processed separately.

This is known as a “data stream”.

When we watch a movie, the individual parts of the movie are broken down and processed separately, but the whole movie is made up.

The same is true for videos on YouTube, Facebook, or Twitter.

In the end, this means that, as we watch videos, we are only viewing the part of the video that is being watched.

This means that you can make a “video break down” of that video, but you won’t be able to make it into a whole video, or make it appear to be a complete thing.

What’s more, it’s easy to miss something because we’re so used to seeing everything in a single image or clip.

For example, the “internet breaks down” image shows the internet in a black box, but there are no individual pieces of data within the image itself.

Instead, the internet appears to be split up into small pieces.

The term has become a way of describing the speed with which things are breaking down, which is why it’s been used to describe an entire system of computers or networks that all appear to have a singular purpose.

Gerry and his colleagues were trying to find a way to quantify this phenomenon.

They needed to use the kind of data that is very difficult to analyze, such as how much data was being shared, and how that data was processed.

So, they created a computer program called a “supercomputer” that could crunch the data and generate a “computer break down map”.

The idea behind this map is that it represents the complexity of an entire network of computers, and shows that the speed at which they are breaking apart.

It turns out the supercomputer program did a pretty good job of breaking down the internet’s “data streams” and creating a map of what’s happening in a particular part of that data stream.

The result is a graph called “the internet break down diagram”.

This diagram is pretty clear: data is being processed more quickly than it can possibly be.

For instance, the data stream is being split into individual pieces and processing time is slowing down as the data gets processed.

But the data is still being broken down, and the speed of the process is slowing.

What’s happening is that individual data is getting processed more slowly, and that means the data isn’t being processed at the same rate as it can.

As a result, the information is getting fragmented, and you get more and more information that’s not being processed and you’re missing pieces.

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