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Energizing Water

Author : Jochen Schwuchow
ISBN : 9781855842403
Genre : Science
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The poor quality of water, as well as its restricted supply and availability, is one of the biggest challenges of our time, with presently two-fifth's of the world's population unable to find adequate fresh water for essential usage. Over 40 years' research has been carried out on the positive effects that rhythms and specific water flow has on water's capacity to support life. Energizing Water presents research to the general and professional reader at a time when interest in finding solutions to water's huge worldwide problems is growing rapidly. Three aspects determine water quality: its chemical constituents (including its oxygen levels); its organic aspects (with the danger of contamination by effluent, pathogens and algae); and its 'energetic' nature. The latter facet has been recognized from time immemorial by traditional societies, who have developed their own sciences in relation to water quality, using terms such as prana and chi for energy. Now, through the introduction of quantum physics into the life sciences, modern science is beginning to accept this concept, measuring energy as light emission. Research into energetic water quality - and particularly into the creation of molded surfaces that support biological purification of the chemical and organic elements, as well as enlivening the energetic attributes - goes back to George Adams' and John Wilkes' pioneering work in the 1960's. The invention of Flowform technology in 1970 carried this research further, providing the world with one of the first modern-day, biomimicry eco-technologies. This creative technology applies nature's best methods to produce extraordinary results, and this book outlines the background story on research and application of the Flowform method today.

Home Enlightenment

Author : Annie B. Bond
ISBN : 1579548113
Genre : House & Home
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A guide to creating an environmentally balanced home shares practical steps on how to promote family health while making informed consumer choices, covering such topics as non-toxic pest controls, purchasing a water-filtration system, and adjusting home energy using crystals and aromatherapy.

Arts Based And Contemplative Practices In Research And Teaching

Author : Susan Walsh
ISBN : 9781317801382
Genre : Education
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This volume presents a scholarly investigation of the ways educators engage in artistic and contemplative practices – and why this matters in education. Arts-based learning and inquiry can function as a powerful catalyst for change by allowing spiritual practices to be present within educational settings, but too often the relationship between art, education and spirituality is ignored. Exploring artistic disciplines such as dance, drama, visual art, music, and writing, and forms such as writing-witnessing, freestyle rap, queer performative autoethnograph, and poetic imagination, this book develops a transformational educational paradigm. Its unique integration of spirituality in and through the arts addresses the contemplative needs of learners and educators in diverse educational and community settings.


Author : A. John Wilkes
ISBN : 0863153925
Genre : Science
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Working with his remarkable invention, the Flowform, Wilkes has uncovered many hidden secrets of water, and also created an artform of great beauty.

L Eau Un Tre Sensible

Author : Milène Souvignet
ISBN : 9782322038794
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Il est dit dans les sociétés traditionnelles que l’Univers ne fait qu’Un. Si l’on s’en tient à cette proposition, chaque discipline propose une vision du monde selon un concept et un cadre de référence qui lui est propre. Au final, tout est lié et étroitement interconnecté. C’est dans cet état d’esprit que l’eau sera abordée, sous l’aspect méconnu et peu documenté qu’est sa « sensibilité » ou encore sa « dynamisation ». L’objet principal de la réflexion est d’effectuer une synthèse de l’ensemble des recherches faites à ce sujet, sans en faire un catalogue, mais plutôt en retraçant le fil d’Ariane entre les différents résultats, afin de les replacer chacun dans un champ de cohérence et de compréhension plus grand. Chacune des avancées de la réflexion est étayée par les résultats et pensées de nombreux chercheurs, chacun apportant une pièce du puzzle selon sa propre spécialité ou approche (physico-chimie, biologie, mécanique quantique, relativité générale, dynamique, mouvement...). Est impliquée près d’une quarantaine de chercheurs de tous les pays, des années 1900 à nos jours, tels que Jeanne Rousseau, Goethe, Theodor Schwenck, Marc Henry, Pier Rubesa, Nassim Haramein,... C’est en analysant les travaux de chacun d’entre eux que l’on parvient petit à petit à construire l’image d’un tableau de plus en plus précis, vaste et cohérent. Le point de départ s’appuie sur les connaissances connues et communément admises par la communauté scientifique. Peu à peu l’étude progresse sur un terrain de moins en moins connu et/ou peu développé à l’heure actuelle, hormis dans quelques milieux de recherche privés ou de pointe. Trois voies d'approche sont explorées : la voie expérimentale, la voie de l'observation (anthroposophes et artistes) et la voie théorique des mathématiques avec les trois grandes sciences actuelles : la mécanique classique de Newton (échelle macroscopique), la mécanique quantique (échelle de l'infiniment petit) et la relativité générale d'Einstein (échelle de l'infiniment grand).

Hidden Nature

Author : Alick Bartholomew
ISBN : 9781782500889
Genre : Science
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Austrian naturalist Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958) was far ahead of his time. From his unusually detailed observations of the natural world, he pioneered a completely new understanding of how nature works. He also foresaw, and tried to warn against, the global waste and ecological destruction of our age. This book describes and explains Schauberger's insights in contemporary, accessible language. His remarkable discoveries -- which address issues such as sick water, ailing forests, climate change and, above all, renewable energy -- have dramatic implications for how we should work with nature and its resources.

Sensitive Chaos

Author : Theodor Schwenk
ISBN : 9781855843943
Genre : Movement, Aesthetics of
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Why does water always take a winding course in streams and rivers? Do common principles and rhythms underlie its movement - whether it be in the sea, in a plant, or even in the blood of a human being? In this seminal and thought-provoking work, the laws apparent in the subtle patterns of water in movement are shown to be the same as those perceptible in the shaping of bones, muscles and a myriad of other forms in nature. Fully illustrated, Sensitive Chaos reveals the unifying forces that underlie all living things. The author observes and explains such phenomena as the flight of birds, the formation of internal organs such as the heart, eye and ear, as well as mountain ranges and river deltas, weather and space patterns, and even the formation of the human embryo.

John Muir My Life With Nature

Author : Joseph Cornell
ISBN : 9781584694656
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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This is THE BEST John Muir biography for children, says Jill Harcke, co-producer of the John Muir Tribute CD. Written mostly in the words of Muir, it brims with his spirit and adventures. The text was selected and retold by naturalist Joseph Cornell, author of Sharing Nature with Children, who is well known for his inspiring nature games. The result is a book with an aliveness, a presence of goodness, adventure, enthusiasm, and sensitive love of each animal and plant that will give young adults an experience of a true champion of nature. It is a book that expands your sense of hope, adventure, and awareness. Adults will be just as fond of this book as young readers. Cornell includes numerous explore more activities that help the reader to understand and appreciate the many wonderful qualities of Muir.

Zooplankton Of The Great Lakes

Author : Mary D. Balcer
ISBN : 0299098206
Genre : Science
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Researchers, instructors, and students will appreciate this compilation of detailed information on the crustacean zooplankton of the Great Lakes. The authors have gathered data from more than three hundred sources and organized into a useful laboratory manual. The taxonomic keys are easy to use, suitable for both classroom and laboratory identifications. Detailed line drawings are provided to help confirm the identification of the major species. Zoologists, limnologists, hydrobiologists, fish ecologists, and those who study or monitor water quality will welcome this dependable new identification tool. A concise summary of pertinent information on the ecology of these zooplankton is provided in the main body of the text. A check-list of all species reported from each of the Great Lakes and notes on the distribution and abundance of more than a hundred species were compiled from an extensive search of existing literature. In addition, the authors collected samples from several locations on Lake Superior, in order to provide information on the abundance and life histories of the major crustacean species.

Rethinking The Internet Of Things

Author : Francis daCosta
ISBN : 9781430257417
Genre : Computers
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Apress is proud to announce that Rethinking the Internet of Things was a 2014 Jolt Award Finalist, the highest honor for a programming book. And the amazing part is that there is no code in the book. Over the next decade, most devices connected to the Internet will not be used by people in the familiar way that personal computers, tablets and smart phones are. Billions of interconnected devices will be monitoring the environment, transportation systems, factories, farms, forests, utilities, soil and weather conditions, oceans and resources. Many of these sensors and actuators will be networked into autonomous sets, with much of the information being exchanged machine-to-machine directly and without human involvement. Machine-to-machine communications are typically terse. Most sensors and actuators will report or act upon small pieces of information - "chirps". Burdening these devices with current network protocol stacks is inefficient, unnecessary and unduly increases their cost of ownership. This must change. The architecture of the Internet of Things must evolve now by incorporating simpler protocols toward at the edges of the network, or remain forever inefficient. Rethinking the Internet of Things describes reasons why we must rethink current approaches to the Internet of Things. Appropriate architectures that will coexist with existing networking protocols are described in detail. An architecture comprised of integrator functions, propagator nodes, and end devices, along with their interactions, is explored.

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