The grids are shifting like the oceans during a powerful storm - unpredictable and uncompromising. The future is much the same especially as we experience in a electromagnetic duality that is fighting for survival yet falling by the wayside.
The fractured Republican Party holds primaries today in Nebraska and West Virginia. Republican leaders are indecisive about what to do to save their sinking ship. We are not sure if and how Trump can fix things but what we do know is that the old ways are gone. Trump changes his mind frequently because as he "looks" at shifting futures - and their lack of connection to current methodologies - he knows the art of the deal has to go beyond survival to bring forth his vision not as yet set in place as reality continues to shift. What determines a final outcome? You know the answer ... the algorithm of the hologram. There is no free will ... there is only the illusion of time.
Any device used for travel can also be seen as a metaphor for one's life path. What means of transportation best personifies your life and the way you move through it? I have always liked things that move quickly - a portal or teleportation device seemingly the norm for me.
We are stuck in a time loop vicariously experiencing in recycled loops that act as portals or doorways between realities in the matrix of the hologram. We mentally travel through these grids via the consciousness of experience.
In 1963, my husband Ralph and I flew from New York to Miami in just over two hours. Why does the trip take the same amount of time today - or longer due to heightened security and restrictions at airports?
Along comes this potential solution ... the Hyperloop a conceptual high-speed transportation system originally put forward by entrepreneur Elon Musk, incorporating reduced-pressure tubes in which pressurized capsules ride on an air cushion driven by linear induction motors and air compressors.
Hyperloop company exclusively licensed passive magnetic levitation system ARS Technica - May 10, 2016
On Monday, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) announced that it had exclusively licensed a technology that could help it bring the transit system idea, popularized by SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, to fruition. The licensed technology, called passive magnetic levitation, departs significantly from the system that Musk theorized back in 2013. Musk's Hyperloop design involves a low-pressure tube through which the system's trains, floating an inch above the track on skis ejecting compressed air, are propelled with the help of a magnetic field created by electricity-fed magnets on the tube's internal surface.
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