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Please enjoy this page, in recognition of all who contributed to the human energy that gave us the gift of spaceflight.
These youtube music videos are only a sampling of the extraordinary combination of efforts that were given freely by the general public to assist us in leaving this Earth to explore the Universe.
High Levels of social energy was and still is required in order for the impossible to become, not only possible, but an inspiration for future innovations, and accomplishments to better our society and all living things.
While reviewing Hubble/Mars/Earth images from space, it is clear, that we have found answers to some curiosities surrounding what exists beyond our atmosphere.
The Artists who took the time, during this era, to write the lyrics, play the music, choreograph new dances, and encourage audiences to join in the support of human spaceflight also deserve to be acknowledged for their dedication to these achievements.
We encourage all, to forever honor Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson, Dorothy Vaughn, the numerous hidden figures of NASA, and all who gave us the ability to see the wonder and beauty that exists beyond us.
"Its the policy of the United States that activities in space should be devoted to peaceful purposes for the benefit of all mankind"
SPACE ACT 1958 |Click Link for Info
"We set sail on this new sea because there is new knowledge to be gained"
John Fitzgerald Kennedy
"We can very well set a mood of peace out of which a system of peace can be built."
Martin Luther King Jr.
Welcome to the human energy page. High and low levels of positive social energy were combined with technology to reach space. Both factors were needed to achieve the goal of spaceflight and a lunar landing. Enjoy some of these historic examples of human energy that propelled us to explore the universe.
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BILL BAILEY = POSITIVE HUMAN ENERGY
A Preliminary Step to Solutions
Sitting by a bay can be a preliminary step in finding solutions. Decades ago, while problem solving beyond what is known
to save lives at hospital bedsides, some from space medicine discussed the benefits of breathing in fresh air from the sea, lakes, streams, woodlands, and mountains. Combinations of sunlight, with the breezes, and observations of creatures and nature can assist in revealing ideas that can solve problems, which can benefit society. Everything can remain the same or it can propel forward with the help of global friends. 15 countries are involved in International Space Station achievements including Canada, Japan, The European Space Agency and Russia. The music video below represents how one might feel when first arriving at a bay. Scroll up to see what can happen on the path to solutions.
That's Human Energy
Moonwalks are possible, and produce a human energy that is beyond measure. It's a positive energy that travels from the lunar surface to the earth and back.
A powerful energy that inspires future generations.
Scroll down for more: historic 50's, 60's, 70's music, more moonwalk videos and videos on space/moon.
The video of Mahalia Jackson under the peace sign is an example of low (slow speed) strong positive human energy. Watch this video till the end to see how her excellent and powerful sounds of peace reached populations.
Respect - Aretha Franklin Hey Mr. Tambourine Man - Bob Dylan Up Up and Away - The Fifth Dimension Aquarius (Let the Sunshine in) - The Fifth dimension California Dreamin - The Mamas and The Papas Lost in Space - Rodd Keith
Curious people worked hard to launch us to the Moon to test out BIll Bailey's Moonwalk Theory on ambulation. Many had been guessing about what would happen when astronauts step onto the lunar surface, for centuries.
What Does It Take To Be An Astronaut?
In his own words:
Bill Bailey's brilliant choreography depicts the exploration of a new surface, new confidence in balancing on that surface, with the progression to the highest level of human excitement and pride in the accomplishment of being there.
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