1% for the Planet
It's time to rock the Santa Barbara Bowl again! This year, in conjunction with some of the 1% FTP network, LoaTree, Jack Johnson's All At Once community and Klean Kanteen launches a first-of-its-kind plastic reduction effort!
The #MyCupandMe campaign reduces the use of single-use plastic cups. Each SB Bowl Pint helps reduce 3 plastic cups per concert - that's almost 90,000 a year! See your favorite band, use your favorite cup, and make a difference. Help green the Bowl!
Einstein (Hilbert) field equations are limited to the speed of light and are not applicable to our galaxy (100,000 light years in diameter).
It is like when you press the brakes your car will stop after couple years.
Hilbert, Einstein and your professors did not understand this thing.
Einstein's (field) equations: are limited to c-speed of light because on the right hand of the equations it is the proportionality constant k = 8πG/c^4, and Tμν the energy–momentum tensor contains the speed of light.
Einstein was wrong, because my quantum theory demonstrates that the gravitons with high speed Va = 1.0017620 ×10^17 m/s are the gravitational force carriers!
Einstein's (field) equations are not applicable to our galaxy and to the quantum level.
My quantum theoey is applicable to our galaxy and to the quantum level!
We can't get enough of giving back to good causes, & so we've happily joined the 1% for the Planet family. We'll be donating at least 1% of our sales going forward to #nonprofit societies that are also part of the 1% family! #1percentFTP connects businesses, consumers & nonprofits, empowering all of us to drive big, positive change. #loveblue #domore http://sharpsix.com/about/
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1% for the Planet
1% for the Planet ambassador Majka Burhardt works with non-profit partner, Lost Mountain, to get young people active, inspire them to give back and use the power of sport and adventure to do so.
The Lost Mountain Film is a project about discovery, adventure, and ultimately survival in one of the world’s least-explored and most-threatened habitats.
For ways to support this project, contact Majka Burhardt at firstname.lastname@example.org. More about Lost Mountain here: www.thelostmountainfilm.com