Saturday, January 19, 2013

In Your Dreams | Visions







Imagine.

Mankind sending massive solar panels to float in the sky. The size of a small town, the arrays are capable of harvesting sunlight enough to power a machine that creates clouds. Think of the solar arrays being positioned into orbit; into places across the planet that are in desperate need of water. With the rain maker high in the atmosphere, (carried there by balloons the size of jumbo jets) clouds begin to appear. Soon, wisps become Nimbus. Thunder and lightning follow. And then, just like nature does it, the ground flows the rivers of life. 

It is beyond my imagination how the apparatus can wipe out global famine, or stop bush fires from spreading. I do not know if it can ease the worse effects of heatwave or it can grow forests and jungles out of barren lands. It is beyond my thinking if it can resolve humanity's problems, especially its need for clean, drinking water. But who knows. We have eliminated Polio from the face of the earth and made correspondence faster with Internet. 

All I'm saying is that I had a vision, while looking at my seatmate's fancy Iphone as the vehicle we found ourselves crosses a dead river, in a city that is becoming less and less breathable with more lives it takes in.




4 comments:

Tim Smithson said...

If only buddy!

dario the jagged little egg said...

I love it : )

sin at work said...

that's a nice dream. who knows? that just might happen in the future.

red the mod said...

The photo is the "art installation" of Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde, create with a fog machine by controlling indoor humidity conditions. It was Time Magazine's Best Invention of the Year for 2012.