ne meant logging onto an electronic bulletin board. Now imagine being able to smell it all coming—not the details but the impact of a networked world on culture, business, politics, daily life. These were the preconditions that spawned Wired.
In 1988, Louis Rossetto, a 39-year-old adventurer, onetime novelist, and avid libertarian, sensed that the encoding of information in 1s and 0s was going to change everything. Living in Amsterdam at the time, he and Jane Metcalfe, his partner in business and life, had parlayed his job at an obscure language-translation service into a magazine, Electric Word. Produced on a Mac, it evoked a digital universe that was not about gadgetry but a force for global transformation.
Over the following year, the couple hammered out a business plan for a new magazine, tentatively called Millennium, that would take this revolution to the US mainstream. Technology, Rossetto predicted, would be the rock and roll of the ’90s, and the pair aimed to make Millennium its standard-bearer.…
false beliefs that have been handed down from generation to generation.
This is a TIME of great and wonderful change in what was once a mystery and is now being
understood. When you honour your magnificence, when you stretch the imagined boundaries
of you are and recognize what you can create or call forth, you truly begin to realise that you are
powerful beyond measure.
Label it a Miracle by Peggy Black and the ‘team’
trical motion. Let us imagine a cube
composed of 27 small cubes, and let us imagine this cube as
expanding and contracting. During the process of expansion
all the 26 cubes lying around the central cube will retreat
from it and on contraction will approach it again. For the sake
of convenience in reasoning and in order to increase the
likeness of the cube to a body consisting of molecules, let us
suppose that the cubes have no dimension, that they are nothing but points. In other words, let us
take only the centres of the 27 cubes and imagine them connected by lines both with the centre
and with each other. Visualising the expansion of this cube, composed of 27 cubes, we may say
that in order to avoid colliding with another cube and hindering its motion, each of these cubes
must move away from the centre, that is to say, along the line which connects its centre with the
centre of the central cube. This is the first rule: In the course of expansion and contraction
molecules move along the lines which connect them with the centre.
P D Ouspensky
NASSIM HARAMEIN comes to MIND ... and his explanation of the DENSITY / DESTINY of EVERYTHING
now surround you. Filter every thought, question, and answer from there. Let your focus shift
and be born again - because dwelling from, not upon, the space you want to inherit is the
fastest way to change absolutely everything.It is our Vision that we are all Being There!The Intenders of the Highest Good; Vision Alignment Project by Ivan Silovic
virtually forever is because music doesn't exist.
Music is numbers that everyone can reproduce. So when we listen to a Mozart sonata
we don't think that this is a fake or a copy, we actually listen to the music written
and imagined by Mozart."