Measuring

source: scienceandnonduality.com   Beyond space and time, not when you are judgement; drawing upon the field, breathing that centre.   Field around centre becomes 9 metres wide, Non-local phenomenon interaction knows; un-memorise states, they are born again, in the same life. source: in5d.com   Having done meditation to do 3 years, To heal their condition; They wanted that healing wanting more than that sleep, More than their morning coffee- more than anything else.   Not wanting breakfast, Internet; But connection – nothing matters more than that, Everyday they overcome a little bit of themselves. Certain days, they did not want … Continue reading Measuring

Collaboration

source: pbctoday.com   Imagine being a builder of sustainable builders, until 2008 when everything is lost; what if we tried to recreate what we know, but people do not want that.   Imagine waking up in the middle of the mind and asking a question, asking – what do people need? What does my family need? source: mymodernmet.com   In the old world of separation, competition – we ask, What can I get from this choice? Makes perfect sense in a world of separation- the new question, What can I give? How can I contribute? Building, innovative, self watering, self … Continue reading Collaboration

Reflecting UNISPACE50+ and 20 years of Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC)

The sun had just about arisen, and the room was packed. Smells of fresh coffee, voices and porcelain cups. As all walks of life – doctors, astrophysicists, engineers, designers, academics, students, entrepreneurs and space enthusiastic gather together – we come with a sense of mission. This week is very special for the UN, specifically the United Nations Office of Outer Space Affairs as it is the 50th anniversary of celebrating space exploration and space. From Sputnik to landing on the Moon, from Apollo to Elon Musk’s Tesla to Space, humanity has progressed so much since then. As a number Space … Continue reading Reflecting UNISPACE50+ and 20 years of Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC)

The journey

It was another morning, Hearing the owls hoot; There is barely a soul in sight, A black cab drives up the slim sliproad. One by one, one piece of luggage is lifted and placed onto the van, Each passenger taking their place; Some resting, some checking in their flights, some chatting away… Within what seemed like minutes they arrive at the airport obscured by the dark Dawn, the sun had yet to rise. Passengers orderly go through the process of security, It was quieter than usual; Perhaps it was the hour, perhaps it was that moment Leaving, leaving behind the … Continue reading The journey

Global Cluster Messier 79

Source: http://hubblesite.org/image/4092/news   This is life, the oldest place where bees live, They have a trained eye, understanding tropics, rocks, flowers and enhanced activities; They understand the billions of patterns, pollen networks debating time scales, Understanding their neighbours and how life manifested.   Going into unchartered regions, they understand life is everywhere, from bacteria to molecules, from hot springs to Greek rivers; degrading colours do not deter them, genetic materials change according to their climate.   In searching life, they never assume or sacrifice themselves unwittingly, they proliferate and leave their mark; to understand how life can adapt to any … Continue reading Global Cluster Messier 79

Cross Innovation

source: AIAche.org For years people have been telling to stick to one thing – that was until I realised it was never going to happen.  Today I listened to Omar Hatamleh and his talk reasonated with me. He described there are two types of personalities: farmers and hunters. Farmers are people who like routines, get on with their work and plough the fields continously.  Hunters like explore, experiment and do different things pushing the boundaries and going further out. From 3D printing in space to cross pollution of ideas of new products, Omar challenges the status quo of what happens … Continue reading Cross Innovation

Space Missions

Source: Sci-news   We are going to return to the moon.  He says, with a firm voice and then a flurry of flashes and activity from the audience arises, journalists starts raising their microphones before surging forward.  He waves his hand and explains, about how the human lunar mission design is going to take place in the next few years. Describing the moon as a place that is frozen, dusty and with interesting signs of water that is available in space.  He highlights how water is like gold, how it has been a main motivation for going back to the … Continue reading Space Missions