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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

This Is NOT NATURAL

This Is NOT NATURAL

By Micah Moen 100 Comments January 13, 2020

HOW TO BUILD ALL NATURAL POND WITHOUT LINER |LOW COST+MAINTENANCE |BIG BACK YARD WATER LAKE HABITAT

HOW TO BUILD ALL NATURAL POND WITHOUT LINER |LOW COST+MAINTENANCE |BIG BACK YARD WATER LAKE HABITAT

By Micah Moen 100 Comments January 11, 2020

hi there, I’m Carl the landscape guy and today I want to show you how I converted this back yard water pit into a 3000 square foot all natural pond. Now in a pond you want to try to keep the water level as constant as possible. The water level in this pit was fluctuating […]

River and swamp nature in 4K Ultra HD

River and swamp nature in 4K Ultra HD

By Micah Moen 2 Comments January 11, 2020

Naturum water kingdom The otter is 90-120cm in length and eats 1-1,5 kg fish a day. Few places have so rich and diverse nature like Kristianstad Water kingdom. Every year thousands of visitors come and visit Naturrum Water kingdom and the areas twenty visiting locations The area is appointed to a biosphere area by Unesco. […]

The Nature of Consciousness

The Nature of Consciousness

By Micah Moen 3 Comments January 11, 2020

Let’s suppose you were able, every night, to dream any dream you wanted to dream and that you could for example have the power within one night to dream 75 years of time Or any length of time you wanted to have. And you would, naturally, as you began on this adventure of dreams you […]

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 […]

Viktor Schauberger – Comprehend and Copy Nature (Documentary of 2008)

Viktor Schauberger – Comprehend and Copy Nature (Documentary of 2008)

By Micah Moen 100 Comments January 9, 2020

Few images convey nature’s wholesomeness so well as that of a babbling mountain stream. At each stone the water whirls and draws in air. The water breathes. In the spiralling of water the Austrian natural scientist Viktor Schauberger recognized a basic form of movement in nature. His aim was to imitate the spinning movement in […]