Schauberger Viktor - Nature as teacher


Author : Schauberger Viktor
Title : Nature as teacher New principles in the working of nature
Year : 1999

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Introduction. At the time of writing the world is being engulfed by increasingly cataclysmic manifestations of the disturbance and disruption of Nature's otherwise orderly processes. From reports received almost daily, both nationally and from around the world, we are increasingly forced to become aware of certain life-threatening irregularities in the functioning of Nature's household. Record catastrophes of increasing violence and extent are being reported in almost every country; tornadoes, deluges, widespread flooding, searing drought, earthquakes, unseasonable snowfalls and extremes of temperature, all of which are associated with huge loss and suffering. Strife and starvation are on the increase, coupled with a seemingly endless emergence of hitherto unheard of diseases. The majority of these existence-threatening events, these so-called 'natural disasters', are not of Nature's making. On the contrary, they are directly attributable to the misdemeanours of humanity, the result of its arrogant repudiation or even total ignorance of Nature's sublime laws and the subtle interactions between the all-permeating interdependencies upon which all life is founded. To this catalogue of climatic irregularity must be added the more directly apparent man-made factors. The world's river systems and oceans are gradually collapsing through pollution with chemicals. Fish and other aquatic life are dying. Other creatures are being threatened with extinction or have already become extinct. The environmental overload is being increased at a precipitous rate through excessive land clearing, uncontrollable forest fires, the reduction in the quality of light reaching the Earth's surface due to atmospheric pollution, and the saturation of all living things, down to the smallest cellular organisms, by the cocktail of electromagnetic emissions known as electrosmog. This undoubtedly has a disturbing effect on the bioelectric and biomagnetic information that controls the proper functioning of the cells' delicate metabolism, which in aggregate leads to physical disorder and abnormality. Not only does this affect our physical well-being, but also our behaviour and mental abilities, thus inaugurating a decline in morals and the capacity to think creatively. ...

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