The American doctor and author Deepak Chopra puts it this way: ‘Time is dependent on our perceptions. No experiment has ever proven the existence of the continual movement of linear time and the concept has never been expressed in a mathematical formula. The experience of the continual movement of linear time is a phenomenon that was created by our nervous system. In fact, the past, present and future exist simultaneously, side by side, in a field of endless possibilities. The experience of linear time is the way in which nature protects us from experiencing everything at the same time. But that is what actually happens.’ Einstein put it more concisely: ‘Space and time are modes in which we think, not conditions in which we live.’

via The amazing promises of the Zero Point Field | OdeWire.


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Intended as a respite for displaced populations, these lightweight, collapsable shelters may be the new gypsy chic;

The movement of people across the earth led to the discovery of new territories as well as the creation of new communities among strangers forming towns, cities, and nations,” writes designer, Abeer Seikaly in her  brief”Navigating this duality between exploration and settlement, movement and stillness is a fundamental essence of what it means to be human.”


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