Tag: ocean

Wildlife cameraman rescuing a beached orca

Wildlife cameraman rescuing a beached orca

By Micah Moen 8 Comments January 17, 2020

Others never seem to restore. There’s always a chance a fat seal may be napping close to the edge. A large male orca with its typical six foot triangular dorsal fin, is followed by two females with their smaller curved fins. Orcas live in a matriarchal society. The dominant female leads a group comprised of […]

Planet Flat Earth | 2020 Documentary II

Planet Flat Earth | 2020 Documentary II

By Micah Moen 100 Comments January 17, 2020

Just our common sense everyday perception of the earth it is flat as far as we can tell it is motionless as far as we can tell and everything in the sky is revolving around us as far as we can tell if Nobody told us otherwise we’d logically assume that the earth was flat […]

The Memory of Water – h2o Remembers Everything | Love Nature

The Memory of Water – h2o Remembers Everything | Love Nature

By Micah Moen 100 Comments January 14, 2020

To what extent is water capable of picking up information? what does it perceive? and how does it remember it overtime? The Aerospace institute has discovered a relatively simple way of making a structure of a drop of water visible. the researchers have had their efforts rewarded by insights into a very beautiful world each […]

People, Place & Nature

People, Place & Nature

By Micah Moen 0 Comment January 11, 2020

Coming back to people and people’s relationships with nature. So, many indigenous peoples have a kind of intensity of interaction with nature. So it goes far beyond just simply being and walking around in nature. It’s much deeper than that, as I’m sure you all realise. So for example, the Inuit hunter who’s there, he […]

reconnecting to nature – inspiring messages from Ha Long Bay

reconnecting to nature – inspiring messages from Ha Long Bay

By Micah Moen 0 Comment January 9, 2020

Hi everyone, namasté. This is Conny. I’m happy that you’re here with me. I’m in Ha Long Bay in Vietnam at the moment and I wanted to share this moment with you because I received the most beautiful messages here. And yesterday we were at the Heavenly Cave, which is a beautiful cave. It was […]

Rainforest Drive in San Juan, Puerto Rico | Carnival Cruise Line

Rainforest Drive in San Juan, Puerto Rico | Carnival Cruise Line

By Micah Moen 1 Comment January 9, 2020

The Carnival logo: A red, white, and blue Y-shaped ship horn.Rainforest Drive; San Juan, Puerto Rico.A sign reads, “El Yunque National Forest;US Department of Agriculture.”A path winds through a dense and shady tropical forest.Thick vines hang like ropes among the trees.A vine curls around a tree branch.A snail’s spiral shell rests beside it.Shafts of sunlight […]

Bioluminescence: Nature’s Fireworks!

Bioluminescence: Nature’s Fireworks!

By Micah Moen 100 Comments January 5, 2020

This episode is supported by Curiosity Stream. For centuries, humans have been harnessing chemistry to create explosive awe inspiring light shows. But our celebrations aren’t Earth’s only dazzling light displays. Nature’s got fireworks of its own… [OPEN] Nearly all life on Earth is ultimately powered by light. But some special species have figured out how […]

The World’s Largest Animal Ever – Nature’s Biggest Beasts – BBC Two

The World’s Largest Animal Ever – Nature’s Biggest Beasts – BBC Two

By Micah Moen 28 Comments January 4, 2020

So how do big beasts fare… …beneath the waves. Down here, water’s buoyancy helped support nature’s heavy weights which is why this is the domain of the most enormous animal ever to have existed. The 150 tonne blue whale outdoes even the biggest dinosaurs for size. its tongue alone weighs as much as its largest […]

Rainforest Drive in San Juan, Puerto Rico | Carnival Shore Excursions | Carnival Cruise Line

Rainforest Drive in San Juan, Puerto Rico | Carnival Shore Excursions | Carnival Cruise Line

By Micah Moen 0 Comment January 2, 2020

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Mysterious Microbes –  Trailer

Mysterious Microbes – Trailer

By Micah Moen 0 Comment January 1, 2020

They are some of the ocean’s smallest inhabitants and on coral reefs, microorganisms are copious creatures. Microbes are very prolific on the surface of corals, both in healthy and diseased corals. But in a world that’s invisible to the naked eye, drastic changes are taking place. Whether it’s Australia or the Bahamas or the Florida […]