When water appears … life follows
life for plants
life for animals
life for humans
life for the earth
When humans appear… death follows
death for plants
death for animals
death for other humans
death for the earth
Shouldn’t we be more like water?
THE ETERNAL PRESENT
Experiments in physics have proven that as we move (increase our velocity), toward the speed of light, our relative time slows down…
and at the speed of light (300,000 km/second), time would stop.
Since matter cannot exceed the speed of light, all conceivable velocities
for us are from zero velocity to the speed of light - 300,000 km/second
The earth is spinning at about .46 km/second. The earth is orbiting the sun
at approximately 29.9 km/second. Our solar system is revolving around the Milkyway Galaxy at approximately 250 km/second. We are, therefore, constantly moving at up to 280 km/second.
We cannot experience zero velocity which is where true time occurs. The slowest velocity we can experience is 280 km/second.
The vibration of the caesium atom is currently our most accurate time measuring device. Caesium atom clocks have been used to verify the speeding up and slowing down of time relative to velocity. We have no place to put a caesium atom clock that is stationary (not moving).
We have been able to place caesium atom clocks in space outside the spin of the earth thus decreasing slightly the velocity of the clock itself. This resulted in the speeding up of time (the vibration of the caesium atom speeding up).
Time speeds up as velocity decreases
TIME SLOWS DOWN AS VELOCITY INCREASES
True time is at zero velocity
TIME STANDS STILL AT THE SPEED OF LIGHT…
THIS IS THE ETERNAL PRESENT
Neither zero velocity nor the speed of light are possible for us as long as we are matter… in the material state. Physics has shown that matter can be transformed into energy. Energy is light. If we become energy, we become light and we experience the ETERNAL PRESENT.
Mind and thought and being are outside of the material world
You’ve got to learn to live by the instant…
because that’s the way paradise comes.
Building the Windship in the Philippines
She’s the one for me
Earthship in the Sky
Pitt Street - New York City
Yes - buildings will reach for the sun in the cities of tomorrow
- Focal Length
- iPhone 4
The permanent and tracking solar oven on the Earthship Biotecture Sustainable Living Campus near Taos, New Mexico. It will cook a Thanksgiving turkey with no fuel.