How to break 40 years of resiliency.

So back in the late 60's, "The Internet" was in its infancy, several groups of technologists at various institutions were running a network called ARPANET.  ARPANET eventually evolved into what we call the internet today.  Systems connected to ARPANET, and todays Internet are each assigned an IP address, which is how other systems on the network communicate with it.  Your computer has one, your phone has one, your fridge might have one, the web server I run that you're reading this blog on has one.  Some have several.  The problem with IP