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primordial process

alwayasearching

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No  things, no time,

Just Process

Process, Process.

Continual becoming,

Such pressure ongoing!

Creation from  whence

The Big Bang  came.

But it’s happening

All the time,

All the time.

But I am here with a vertex

A point of view

A perspective

Anything can happen

Tho’ common things

Happen frequently.

Everything is everywhere

All the time.

Just wait and observe.

By the Law of Least Action

At random apparently

The universe is built.

Common events occur commonly

And I can choose

As I am conscious

And have free will..

The builder?

The Everything

And Anything

The Source

Of love and power.

Is Everywhere.

So something is observed

By me

But I did not create it.

And spacetime begins.

It is always beginning

And always ending.

gc

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primordial process

006

 

No  things, no time,

Just Process

Process, Process.

Continual becoming,

Such pressure ongoing!

Creation from  whence

The Big Bang  came.

But it’s happening

All the time,

All the time.

But I am here with a vertex

A point of view

A perspective

Anything can happen

Tho’ common things

Happen frequently.

Everything is everywhere

All the time.

Just wait and observe.

By the Law of Least Action

At random apparently

The universe is built.

Common events occur commonly

And I can choose

As I am conscious

And have free will..

The builder?

The Everything

And Anything

The Source

Of love and power.

Is Everywhere.

So something is observed

By me

But I did not create it.

And spacetime begins.

It is always beginning

And always ending.

gc

kon tiki expedition 1947

The visit of the whale shark
The visit of the whale shark
Running with the wind and currents of the Pacific Ocean
Running with the wind and currents of the Pacific Ocean
At rest in Oslo
At rest in Oslo

The Kon Tiki expedition was an epic voyage taking 101 days to cross 4300 miles (6900KM) of the Pacific in 1947. Built to a traditional design using freshly cut balsa logs the raft set off from Peru catching the Humboldt Current that propelled them westward, intending to prove Thor Heyerdahl’s theory that the islands of the Pacific could have been colonized from South America. Though using modern navigating equipment and carrying a radio, the techniques used for building and navigating the raft were traditional as recorded by the first Spanish conquistadors.

Te expedition was a success hitting the reef of Raroia one of the Tuamotu islands with all six crew surviving. The theory that there was significant colonization of the Pacific islands from South America remains unaccepted however. Nonetheless the expedition created huge interest. The raft going with the wind and current became part of the natural world and was in a superb position to observe the creatures living in their natural habitat, from flying fish to the huge whale shark. Though the raft could be directed, to an extent, by its oar used as a rudder (and also by the centreboards as they found out by trial and error), there was no going back. Once in the current and with the wind behind it the raft moved inexorably westward. Anyone who fell off and was not tied on would have been left behind.

The expedition was well documented, a best selling book, The Kon Tiki Expedition and a film called the Kon Tiki made from records of the expedition won an Academy Award in 1952 directed by Thor Heyerdahl and edited by Olle Nodemar.

The film has recently been remade: http://kontikifilm.com/home.html

http://www.trilulilu.ro/video-calatorii/kon-tiki

The Kon Tiki expedition played an important role in stimulating interest in the natural world at a crucial time when people were still recovering from the Second Wold War, and when filming wild life was in its infancy. The actual raft is on exhibition in Oslo.

Kon Tiki is an old name of the Inca Sun God Viracocha

Traditional Polynesian navigation skills have been preserved
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mau_Piailug

earth viewed from saturn by the cassini probe

saturn-earth-nasa

What a beautiful new picture of our planet Earth viewed from near Saturn by the Cassini probe. Taken during the few minutes the probe was in the shadow of Saturn and it rings on July 19 2013 protecting the sensitive instruments from radiation damage while looking towards the sun.

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Raw unprocessed picture of the Earth and its Moon taken with the narrow angle camera.

photos nasa

Carl Sagan and the Human Presence on Earth

What a magnficent contribution to our understanding of ourselves and our part in the Universe Carl Sagan made. Transformational!

each new day

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New day is dawning fresh with morning dew.

Each new day a gift to marvel at anew.

Each seems so perfect arising with the sun.

Yet our days are numbered, until we know not when.

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What will come to pass before this day is done?

We cannot know, each has their course to run.

Onward, always onward, one day from the next.

Yet our days are numbered, until we know not when.

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What would be if we could see a little bit ahead?

Our fear is such, we would clutch each minute filled with dread.

Time watched, time stilled, it suffocates the soul.

Yet our days are numbered, until we know not when.

photo and text geoff clements

reflections on a summer’s day: hold one’s breath in awe!

Some things are so perfect One holds one’s breath in awe! Not a ripple, not a breeze, One holds one’s breath in awe! There is nothing there that moves One holds one’s breath in awe! The surface of the lake is flat and calm, One holds one’s breath in awe! The reflections at the edge So perfect and so true. We hold our breath in awe! photography and text geoff clements