“Some 400 years ago, the light of an ancient star touched Earth for the very first time. Changing what was believed to be a perfectly created, forever static universe. Watching from below, Galileo began to think unthinkable thoughts. Could everything society held as absolute truth, be wrong?
By asking the right questions, Galileo’s awareness, willingness to change, and technology converged – to shift the thinking of all of humanity – and he launched the scientific revolution that brought us to where we are today.
I believe that today we are standing at the edge of similar shift in thinking. A shift that will change us in unimaginable ways…”
Many millions in the world are talking about how we can, and should, change to alternative energy sources, alternative lifestyles. But alternative anything starts with alternative thinking. These alternative thinkers are the people who will form the links in the chain of my next grand adventure.
Searching for Galileo will officially start in April 2014 and it will investigate people who think of six impossible things before breakfast. People who are asking; could everything society holds as absolute truth, be wrong?
If all this gives you a queasy sense of unease, you are in good company, I feel the same . But I am keeping an open mind, as our history is littered with examples of new sciences being rejected by the status quo, for decades, if not centuries , only to eventually be proven correct.
There are ten times as many people on the planet today as in the time of Galileo. There should be at least ten Galileo’s. Join me, help me find them; I am as excited to meet you, or any of your friends, who are moving ‘off the grid’, or perhaps moving right ‘off the charts’.
Join the adventure, join the search trip, invite me to speak at your next function , or perhaps we can arrange a fundraising event that will benefit us both.
The adventure has begun, it is time to walk the talk. Come with me as I ‘Search for Galileo.’
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