B O X  C I T Y

Polarized keychein lenses allows the user to see the time convention he's currently in



ALL THAT's LEFT to do is TO BE.

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E D U A R D O  H O M E
quantum theory industrial design concept calendar


numbers and lettering stacked dont always present a pleasent composition, therefore a grid was created

truth is you are always being born

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"The more we delve into quantum mechanics the stranger the world becomes; appreciating this strangeness of the world, whilst still operating in that which you now consider reality, will be the foundation for shifting the current trajectory of your life from ordinary to extraordinary. It is the Tao of mixing this cosmic weirdness with the practical and physical, which will allow you to move, moment by moment, through parallel worlds to achieve your dreams"

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 Kevin Michel, Moving Through Parallel Worlds To Achieve Your Dreams
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QUANTUM theory

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“As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain; and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality."

Albert einstein

The several layers of time become overlapped in the calendar's face, creating the resemblance to parallel worlds.

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According to several confirmed theories time itself is not linear as perceived by our existence, rather an all-together moment that we experience moment by moment. If you were to ask when you were born: You are always being born. Dying? always dying. It is always right now, too.

"When two things occur successively we call them cause and effect if we believe one event made the other one happen. If we think one event is the response to the other, we call it a reaction. If we feel that the two incidents are not related, we call it a mere coincidence. If we think someone deserved what happened, we call it retribution or reward, depending on whether the event was negative or positive for the recipient. If we cannot find a reason for the two events' occurring simultaneously or in close proximity, we call it an accident. Therefore, how we explain coincidences depends on how we see the world. Is everything connected, so that events create resonances like ripples across a net? Or do things merely co-occur and we give meaning to these co-occurrences based on our belief system? Lieh-tzu's answer: It's all in how you think."



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the composition of the formula consists: the day we call today + yesterday + the day after tomorrow + 11 days from now

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"In modern physics, there is no such thing as "nothing." Even in a perfect vacuum, pairs of virtual particles are constantly being created and destroyed. The existence of these particles is no mathematical fiction. Though they cannot be directly observed, the effects they create are quite real. The assumption that they exist leads to predictions that have been confirmed by experiment to a high degree of accuracy."