There are infinite versions of the internet.
These are referred to as internetS.
George Bush commented about this here.
Some of these different versions of internetS are demonstrated in fictional media. Compared to ‘my version’ of the internet, which can only have IPv4 or IPv6 with IPv4 limited to 0-255, there’s versions of the internet ‘out there’ which contain values between 0-1000 for the IPv4 pairs.
Here’s an example from the just recently released Jessica Jones show on Netflix.
Note the “URL” in the header refers to an IP 45.221.847.15. Existing network equipment doesn’t support this, so even trying to apply this as a local reference to access a web page will not work.
These ‘high IP’ ranges can be seen throughout modern media.
Here’s another example someone else captured on the television show “Person Of Interest” produced by CBS in the IRC chat here:
Note the IP 4126.96.36.199? 452 is invalid. And while sure, this could be a fictitious screen created for a tv show….
Then why would there be so many invalid IP references?
Such as the movie Ironman? (934 and 554 are invalid)
And tv shows such as CSI (346, 545, 581, 431 all greater than 255!)
Mr Bush was speaking the truth for what he saw.
And Hollywood’s been cutting costs and clearly has technology which allows them to pull material from alternate realities where they forgot to cover up their tracks – the IP ranges.
Seems pretty obvious and straightforward to me.