Tag Archives: Inexaustible power

Energy, regulation, money, life and time

Solar power

What would you do if you were immortal? Would try to benefit from eternity or would you try to save the balance of the system you inhabit? If there is only one tree on your planet would you try to cut it to warm yourself or would you plant another? If there is only one cornfield would you eat all the seeds to satisfy your hunger or would you plant part of them to harvest again? It is doubtful that in such situations you’ll act in the way some of us still act today.

Time and energy – dust in the wind

Time – a dimension, measuring past, present and future, a dimension that determines our existence, firmly connected with all of our countable wealth and heart of all our emotions as it separates them, is something that is not so often put as an argument in energy disputes. Analysts, manufacturers, decision makers, governments are talking mostly about money and funds but not time. There is a lovely quote from Kansas’ song that comes to mind when thinking about this:

New Year, New Life, New Energy, New Era

A new era of renewable energy

The Gregorian calendar shows that a new year has begun. The Mayan calendar shows a new era. The mankind relies on a new era of renewable energy. All calendars are systems of counting periods of time and these periods are usually synchronized with the cycle of the sun or the moon. Now we’re not just looking at our star as a power source for counting days or growing crops but as an ultimate source for satisfying our increasing electricity needs. Our knowledge improves every day and our technology gets better and better.

The God of Sun – energy for renewable life

Sun is our life

Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and other religions are systems of beliefs and values that determine the behavior of human beings on the planet but although almost all of the religions are based on eternity, none of them have ever been a reason for avoiding death. We are supposed to deal with life while Gods will take care after death.