A New House In Only 7 Hours … Could Help Flood Victims Worldwide!
Can you imagine starting with a slab … or less, and having a NEW home in just 7 hours?
Probably not, but it is true … just watch this.
In both Australia and Brazil there have been catastrophic loss of property and of lives.
Many questions are understandably being asked about how such losses could occur.
We live in an age almost 50 years after man walked on the moon, and yet we are still not designing houses that:
- Protect their occupants from all possible natural disaster such as fire, flood, earth-quake and hurricane, and
- Provide their owners with a fair return on the investment they have made.
In fact a very large percentage of many countries national indebtedness is due to the extended life of household mortgages bought about by increasing costs and therefore larger loans. Australia and the United States fall into this group. As relatively recent as 1920 the United States had no national debt … and yet today they are trillions of dollars in debt, with a shattered financial system and property market.
Here’s another view of a very energy efficient house, that is also designed to protect against extreme weather conditions. While you watch, try to imagine what it would feel like to own a house that paid you … every month (after say a short repayment period) from green energy generated and possibly attached rental accommodation, or indoor food production.
These sorts of initiates can be promoted on Your Healthy Planet.com’s ethical marketplace.
What else is possible?
Almost anything is possible today, watch this and read on.
Isn’t that an amazing house … green, energy efficient, hurricane and fire proof. What more could you want?
Whatever it is simply design it in and apply the “more with less, and more for more” principle. This is now possible because of something that is completely invisible to you and over 95% of the world’s population, and that is the “acceleration of change”, or acceleration of epheralization as Buckminster Fuller called it.
You may not be able to see it … it is the increasingly faster and faster change that is making things smaller, faster, stronger, greater capacity, and lower cost every day. When you understand the ‘acceleration’ effect you quickly see that means exponential rate of change … ultimately “creating something from nothing” which most spiritual students would acknowledge as possible.
So, with housing today … should we build or rebuild as our parents and grandparents did? Or should we put on our thinking caps, and boldly step into the future?