Photo: Charles Pfeil
Every now and then I get REALLY excited about a new invention. Why? Because I've already envisioned something similar, and when I read that this invention has become a 3-D reality, I'm totally jazzed that it has finally arrived!
Such is the case with the Interstellar Light Collector, an amazing 50-foot-tall-moonlight collector invented by Richard Chapin for healing purposes.
"Situated in the Southern Arizona desert in a secure location 15 miles west of Tucson and 22 miles east of Kitt Peak National Observatory, the ILA collector is a parabolic, non-imaging optical collector composed of 84 mirrored collection panels. At 52 feet high, 60 feet across and weighing 25 tons, this breathtaking device is colossal, yet has the maneuvering capability and precision of a Swiss watch."
Read more about this at the company website.
Mahalo Nui Loa Genvieve for alerting me to this remarkable invention!I've always believed in the power of starlight/moonlight to heal!
"Be the change you wish to see in the world." Gandhi