The Value of the Concept
By Ariadne Gallardo Figueroa
Daiki received his team that morning to elaborate the first designs of the model that on the one hand would be virtual and of course, with his fine motor skills it would also be developed On a work table, for Daiki to touche every detail was important, so he received the technicians with a tiny origami gift, simulating the sonic network in its arrow-like state, that monumental structure that would travel through deep space, carrying hope to all mankind.
Then he addressed the working group in this way:
-Dear gentlemen, the effort we make on this site will give us the possibility of understanding the vulnerabilities of the design and at the same time knowing in depth the mechanisms that may surprise us and how to comply with them.
For many procedures we do not have clear answers, we are faced with something new and its dynamics may fail, the only thing we can understand is that without this prototype we will not be able to reach the next level and we will not be able to convince allies and investors of its exceptional and functional operational qualities to the challenge we have set ourselves.
The first step was to reach the asteroid barrier and virtually test the ductility of the network to balance and evade rocks that do not represent a danger and whose spinning dynamics remains linked to the gravitational force of its path.
This was like playing a video game, the team had designers of this type of artefact, using third-dimensional lenses to integrate into that incomprehensible world that is between Mars and Jupiter.
The predictive design gave a series of turns that allowed to avoid rocks, it was also necessary to modulate the path with the speed of the objects in that space called the asteroid belt.
Recall that between Mars and Jupiter (300 to 600 million km from the Sun), asteroids are mainly located in the main belt, between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. We found several hundred thousand catalogued objects there. All its objects could have formed a planet in this area, but Jupiter’s gravitational disturbances did not allow it. Jupiter played the role of protector of life on our planet. Without Jupiter, the bombardment of Earth would be 1000 times more frequent.
For example, Eros has a speed of 0.0103 km / s and the orbital speed of Itokawa is 25.37 km / s. (1)
Morati Agu took photographs of each design and of the space where the gamers moved in that game that went much further to score points, being part of a real strategy to defend the fabulous blue sphere that contains us.
Then he approached Daiki to ask enthusiastically:
-Professor Daiki, how important is the galactic centre to you?
Daiki looked at him seriously and somewhat confused by the question that in his mind he considered out of context, he removed his glasses and biting the tip of his frame, he argued:
-Young Agu, the heart of the galaxy will one day demand it from all of us. that he has given us, this gift that is life in the mind of every human being will recognize that his opportunity to flourish can only be given entirely in this unique opportunity in which we serve others, we love, we nurture the soul of a journey with our talents.
The centre of the galaxy is the constant reminder of our limited existence, when the centre calls us, everything will be different, nothing will make us recognizable and like stardust, we will be the light that will join the universe from another place, with another task for undertaking and new goals to value.
Morati Agu was perplexed, he did not expect an answer of such magnitudes and then he understood what it is to be an ascended master, an enlightened one capable of seeing what others do not see.
Daiki took him by the shoulder and perceived that the man shuddered at that answer and pointed:
-Perception is everything, dear Morati, forces that move within us goes beyond everything known, and do not stop alerting us, surprising us and being the greatest motivation to achieve a goal in the now and with full recognition that those who have left this world before us have prepared us for this.
Join me, let’s get on with our work.
(1) Data collected by http://www.astronoo.com/es/asteroides.html