The future is bigger than the past. – Weekly Quotes and more.

The Web as I envisaged it, we have not seen it yet. The future is still so much bigger than the past.”

Tim Berners-Lee, Inventor of the World Wide Web.

We can imagine, dream about and mould our future, to suit our desires, aspirations, wants and needs.
Our future is only limited by our fears.
Fear of failing, fear of trying, fear of what is to come.
The past is gone, left for history, the actual events can’t be changed for those that lived them.
The future of everything will always be bigger as it is still yet to come.
by Heidi M

“We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows anything about science and technology.”

Carl Sagan

Create a ripple in future time.

Doorway to the universe.gif
An animated open door with the moving universe coming rushing in, and ripples in time that emanate from us and from outer space.

As with life every ripple will be different in either a subtle way or a monumental way. Either way, each ripple adds to the continuum. A series of subtle ripples, create a flow on effect that are monumental over time.

Everything is to scale, in relation to everything else. As demonstrated with the gravitational waves, which were historically detected in 2017, and were the result of 2 black holes merging.

On 11 February 2016, the LIGO and Virgo Scientific Collaboration announced they had made the first direct observation of gravitational waves. The gravitational waves originated from a pair of merging black holes. After the initial announcement the LIGO instruments detected two more confirmed, and one potential, gravitational wave events. In August 2017, the LIGO and Virgo instruments observed a fourth gravitational wave from merging black holes, and a fifth gravitational wave from a binary neutron star merger.

Wikipedia

More recently in 2019 Gravitational waves hint at the detection of a black hole eating a star, 500 million light years away.

Inset below is an excerpt from an article which outlines the detection of these waves, and how these waves from so far away have a ripple effect on us.

Gravitational waves hint at detection of black hole eating star

Scientific simulation of a black hole consuming a neutron star.Credit: A. Tonita, L. Rezzolla, F. Pannarale

LIGO and Virgo observatories have spotted ripples from what could be the first-ever detection of this long-sought event.

A storm of activity swept the meeting, with astronomers who would normally compete with each other exchanging information as they sat with their laptops around coffee tables. “We’re losing our minds over here at #EMMA2019”, tweeted astronomer Andy Howell.

Read more at Nature.com

I am so curious as to what gravitational waves earth as a collective send out, the extinction event of the dinosaurs, while it was catastrophic for earth it was more subtle in the grand universe picture. Yet it was a ripple in time and affecting the evolution of future life on earth – humans. In turn we can make more ripples in time and the universe.

The short video below is about Hera: Our planetary defence mission. Earths real mission to avoid the same fate as the dinosaurs.

Read more about Hera at Support Hera

Extinction is the rule. Survival is the exception.”

Carl Sagan

Our universe is expanding and our future is as flexible as we make it.

Flexbox makes your internet experience flexible, particularly with CSS.

A connected World.gif
An animated connected world, with an animated background of code.

Ever wonder how, when you change fom mobile to, Ipad to laptop and desktop, the one image or web page fits the different screens. Well Flexbox and bootstrap achieve this. They automatically adjust them to either fit a pre determined coded size or the industries standard sizes.

My sample code is using Flexbox as it was coded with CSS and JQuery along with the Z index. Bootstrap3 has pre set margins in a library file that we attach to our code, and those parameters conflicted with my Z index code, which uses specific dynamic coordinates in relation to other objects in the same image, similar to the universe, so I used Flexbox, which allowed me to use my own code parameters.

I will be doing a longer coding blog post soon, I’ve been quite busy tackling other issues on other fronts.

Instructions

Click the button below to take a short visit to the SoloLearn code site,
Click Run at the bottom of the code
Follow the prompts.

Take me to a flexible future.

Keep striving for more, it’s out thereby Heidi M


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