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Peru is having a great issue with drinking water. Long spells of drought produce a severe water shortage. Sudden spells of excessive rain destroy productive agricultural grounds causing food shortages. How do we solve this? How can Peru adjust to this urgent and dramatic situation? Some people believe that the solution needs to be found in Sustainocratic cooperative thinking and handling. In Sustainocracy water is a core human condition for sustainable progress and shared responsibility, not an economic or political power game or means.
Crowdfunding is needed to independently research the current status in Peru as well as the measures taken by local governance. We need to educate the local stakeholders on the innovative value of sustainocratic engagement and establish the first local and international multidisciplinary team (government, innovative entrepreneurs, citizen’s engagement and scientific expertise) for accountability and cocreation of the higher purpose of integral water resilience and wellness. The group will the define together the priorities in steps to be taken. Once that is done projects can be defined that get access to regular and large funds but this first analytical step needs to funded seperately.
The money will be used for travel and lodging expenses in Peru, making local presentationd and effort needed to contact and gather all necessary information and stakeholders objectively to create the first Sustainocratic table for water resilience. Project leader in STIR City of Tomorrow is Peruvian PhD student Edwin Rodriguez. He is preprint his own letter to you on which he explains the situation and his motivation to you.
Can you contribute? Let us know…..
Matter is charged
We are looking for the origins of life in order to discover its mystery and secretes that may help humankind also in its quest of sustainable progress.
We know through common awareness that we (humans as a living species) consist of a combination of matter, energy and a something called “????”. We consider “matter” as a carrier of life. We ask ourselves if this unknown factor that makes life possible is somehow added to matter (external influence) or is it already part of it (inner influence) coming alive in a mysterious way?
We have started to observe matter in more detail and already found that it is not static. It vibrates, expands and contracts in an oscillating and divers manner. Matter moves continuously.
Matter is charged
We now take our imagination a step further and see that matter is charged with negative and positive polarity. To show this we again look at a few short YouTube animations. Our first animation shows water molecules, their composition and movements.
It is interesting to observe how the atoms (H2O) relate to each other in an angle (remember the angle, it will come back later) and how also the sides of the water molecules are charged. Heat (such as fire or sunlight) excites the molecules, making them vibrate faster in which case the attraction is much harder between the molecules. When it gets colder, the excitement is reduced and chances are that molecules bond together with the opposite polarity. That is how we get steam, liquid water and ice.
Even though this is very interesting and shows how elements can get into different states of appearance, the elements themselves do not change. Water remains water in ever state (gas, liquid and solid). So matter and energy together can alter the appearance but that is not yet “life”.
Interaction between other elements
Still this polarity issue remains of interest because the negative and positive charges can also interact with other elements. We already know through common awareness that water is a well known carrier of other substances that dissolve in it, float or are moved by the flow of water. This may be significant to explain life. One way or another different types of elements need to glue together with this mysterious “????” force . Maybe this next animation gives us yet another clue. It deals with the way water dissolves salt:
Interesting here is the ability of free floating molecules to interact with other substances and free them from a more fixed situation. This allows the smallest formats of matter to become part of a twirling, stirring water pool that moves around with gravity and other impulses. Many substances can “meet” each other in such a manner. Water has this property over many more substances than just salt. We may therefore consider water as a significant catalyst maybe of the appearance of life. We just have to look at the importance of water in our own human body for the transportation of all kinds of life supporting substances throughout our own system. Still we find rivers full of water, seas also, and may consider water as a significant element yet we have not yet found the “????”.
But we are close
In the next blog lecture we will go into something amazing that blows our mind and was already hinted 2500 years ago and maybe waiting for internet to become a common point of attention. It may be a break through in awareness but also away from old dogma’s that have ruled our existence for many thousands of years.
Are you ready for this?