Ever listen to the natural sounds in the air. The ones that are alive? Like the birds and the bugs and the critters and the wind? The sound of rain falling from a distant cloud? The muffle of a cloud as it passes through a sonic boom?
Have we forgotten?
Natural sounds are uploaded and downloaded all the time.
They transmit messages of all sorts.
My, how far we have come. Man made natural sounds have always been a mode of long distance texting.
Natural sounds and light are still being used to transmit over long distances.
How about a bell? Does that ring in the mind of transparency? Its summons signifies simple transmissions . Drums do too. They give a complex structure in communicating over long distances. Lighthouses and beacon fires still give us old school visual signs from afar. Flags and flying feathers are also used as messaging services.
Speaking of birds...
Animals add their own messages and warnings when one knows what to listen for. Even their movements and behaviors will signify times of plenty and times of danger. So do the rains and the rivers, the lakes and streams, along with the seas and oceans. They all communicate their moods. Noticing the lights in the sky gives us a natural reference of to the layers of time within our entire natural system.
Never mind the time...which one?
Long count, short count, middle count more.
So many clocks spinning the seasons of our lives forward.
Save the daylight and mimic the night with the science of technical communication.
Technology can destroy or enhance our perceptions towards the natural environment we all walk on.
The dirt, the fire, the air, and the water.
The Earth is speaking...
Are we listening?