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UW Certificate in Natural Science Illustration

UW Certificate in Natural Science Illustration

By Micah Moen 1 Comment January 17, 2020

Natural science illustration really focuses on the natural world. It can be ranging from an entire scene all the way down to views of the interior of an animal or a plant, dissecting it down especially for scientific purposes. So a lot of natural science illustration ends up going into text books or for teaching […]

Meet Mel, she studied a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Marine Biology and Ecology at UQ.

Meet Mel, she studied a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Marine Biology and Ecology at UQ.

By Micah Moen 0 Comment January 17, 2020

Hi, I’m Dr. Mel Cowlishaw and I studied a Bachelor of Science with majors in Marine Biology and Ecology at The University of Queensland. So growing up in Brisbane, I wanted to study at a university that had a great reputation and one that I was familiar with, and I was impressed by the world […]

5 Days Of Natural Remedies | Try Living With Lucie | Refinery29

5 Days Of Natural Remedies | Try Living With Lucie | Refinery29

By Micah Moen 100 Comments January 17, 2020

I’m Lucie Fink and this is 5 Days of Natural Remedies. Hey guys! What’s up? Welcome back to Try Living With Lucie. This week I’m really excited because we’re going all natural. This topic is particularly interesting to me because this entire YouTube series has given me a new holistic approach to life that I […]

A veteran’s journey into nature reduced his PTSD

A veteran’s journey into nature reduced his PTSD

By Micah Moen 1 Comment January 17, 2020

(haunting music) – [Voiceover] War changes you by making you only follow orders and question nothing. – [Voiceover] Experiencing awe changes us by making us wonder and question everything. – [Voiceover] War makes you turn off your emotions. – [Voiceover] Awe turns us on to new feelings. – [Voiceover] War changes you by closing you […]

亞馬遜雨林曾考古發現古代神秘的結構

亞馬遜雨林曾考古發現古代神秘的結構

By Micah Moen 0 Comment January 17, 2020

The Amazon rainforest is often referred to as the human exclusion zone. There are many mysterious mysteries that cannot be explained here. Researchers in Brazil and the United Kingdom have discovered this Nearly 450 large geological structures The area is estimated to have a history of more than 2,000 years. Researchers believe that these structures […]

How Chaos Theory Unravels the Mysteries of Nature

How Chaos Theory Unravels the Mysteries of Nature

By Micah Moen 100 Comments January 17, 2020

If someone showed you a swinging pendulum—like this and asked you to calculate the pendulum’s position at some point in the future, you might think it’d be relatively simple. We should be able to predict that with the known laws of motion, right? But this calculation is actually so complicated that it requires a relatively […]

RICHARD FEYNMAN – Nature of Nature

RICHARD FEYNMAN – Nature of Nature

By Micah Moen 54 Comments January 17, 2020

If I’m sitting next to a swimming pool and somebody dives in and she’s not too pretty, so I can think of something else, I think of the waves and things that have formed in the water, and when there’s lot’s of people that have dived in the pool, there’s a very great choppiness of […]

The nature of matter

The nature of matter

By Micah Moen 100 Comments January 17, 2020

One of the coolest things about science is how it can completely blow your mind and teach you that something that you thought you understood very well is completely and totally wrong. Take ordinary matter- the kind that makes up you and me and, well, everything around you. You probably think you have a pretty […]

How This Living Art Can Make Our Air Better to Breathe

How This Living Art Can Make Our Air Better to Breathe

By Micah Moen 2 Comments January 16, 2020

do you ever feel sluggish or brain fogged at your desk find yourself struggling to stay awake through a conference call well a study out of Harvard says that could be because of more than just a caffeine or sugar crash it could literally be the air we breathe let’s go over some quick basics […]

Harnessing nature’s power for water security

Harnessing nature’s power for water security

By Micah Moen 2 Comments January 16, 2020

Water security is fundamental to everything we’re trying to achieve. We, the Nature Conservancy, are trying to get the world to invest in nature for nature and people. What we are doing in the context of water security is to help stakeholders, cities, governments, communities understand which investments in nature they can make to achieve […]