“And God said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the [plasmas], and let it divide the [plasmas] from the [plasmas]. And God made the firmament, and divided the [plasmas] which were under the firmament from the [plasmas] which were above the firmament: and it was so.
The Boundaries of Our Reality: Part 4 Missing Matter Discovered! – Chuck Missler – Koinonia House
The fowl of the air, and the fish of the sea, and whatsoever passeth through the paths of the seas [plasmas].
The sea in the air is traversed by fowl.
To see fish fly look to the sea.
Fish and fowl plasma glide.
Man’s dream to plasm ride.
Many Mysteries of Flight Remain
Even experts admit there is a lot we don’t know about flight, including why animals do it so much better than our best aircraft.
Tradeoffs for locomotion in air and water – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Mirror’s Story | Becoming A Giant
Posted on May 18, 2012 by Cole Lemme
The mirror’s fine line is difficult to discern
The border that switches is taxing to learn
It flops over and changes at some point in space
And one turns to the other and takes the ones place
While we all sit on that line looking up and next down
A smile we can see and switched over a frown
The objects and matter we see in a face
Can look like our world and our lot in space
Like the birds in the sky making fish in the sea
Flying and swimming for the looker to see
And reflecting their ways with the others small moves
Reflecting their moods and their life and their grooves
The fish are the birds that swim in the ocean
Creating small waves in the air with their motion
The fish of the sky are swimming through air
Flying and swimming always heading somewhere
The flying birds of the water are soaring on waves
Making slicing and ripples, the ocean it paves
The birds are the fish and the fish are the birds
Thus they tell the mirrors story without any words.
Concept: Kaitlyn Walker
Mirror, mirror, blinding all?
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