Elias Marat, The Mind Unleashed
Stunning video from India has emerged that shows the “magical” moment when massive amounts of rare baby sea turtles crawled out to sea for the very first time after about 20 million eggs hatched.
In a spectacular clip showing the event, masses of olive ridley sea turtles hatchlings can be seen making their way across a deserted beach along the coast of the eastern state of Odisha.
The video was shared to Twitter by an Indian Forest Officer, Susanta Nanda, who wrote: →
Read more via Stunning Video Shows When TWENTY MILLION Rare Baby Turtles Crawl To Sea for First Time — Waking Times
Source: Michael Moore
Michael Moore presents Planet of the Humans, a documentary that dares to say what no one else will this Earth Day — that we are losing the battle to stop climate change on planet earth because we are following leaders who have taken us down the wrong road — selling out the green movement to wealthy interests and corporate America. This film is the wake-up call to the reality we are afraid to face: that in the midst of a human-caused extinction event, the environmental movement’s answer is to push for techno-fixes and band-aids. It’s too little, too late. →
Highly Recommended. Read more & video: “Michael Moore Presents: Planet of the Humans | Full Documentary | Directed by Jeff Gibbs” (1:40:01)
Website: Planet Of The Humans
Julian Rose, Contributor
One of the most famous paradoxes of this blessed experience called Life, is known as ‘the law of unintended consequences’; and we are at this very moment of time, in the midst of a manifestation of cosmic Lila which exactly fits this paradox.
Under the unprecedented blanket regulatory lock-down imposed by governments all over the planet, a highly unlikely opportunity has arisen to fundamentally redress our life circumstances. An opportunity which will positively equip those who need to become aware, to face the uncertainties that lie ahead with courage and fortitude. →
Read more via Turn Self Isolation Into Self Liberation — Waking Times
This is a huge victory for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe of North Dakota. Their relentless energy towards having a full environmental impact statement (EIS) done with regards to the Dakota Access Pipeline that would run through their land and potentially impact their water supply, has finally paid off. This will bring the future of the Dakota Access pipeline into question entirely.
A Washington DC court ruled that the US army corps of engineers must conduct a full EIS given that their existing permits violated the National Environmental Policy Act (Nepa). →
Read more & CETV: “Regenerate: Beyond The C02 Narrative” (25:10) via — Collective Evolution
(Humans Are Free)
These large stone spheres in the Franz Josef archipelago leave scientists flummoxed.
Visitors to this cosmic landscape named the round rocks ‘footballs of the Gods’. The huge stone balls up to two metres in height are found on appropriately-named Champ island above the polar circle.
Perfectly spherical they are scattered all over this northern uninhabited outpost. →
Read more, images & video: “Russian island where the Gods are football Champs” (1:24) via — Humans Are Free
By Nikki Harper
Staff Writer for Wake Up World
How many times have you noticed that your mood improves when you’re outdoors, surrounded by nature? How often have you wrestled with a difficult issue, only to find that the pieces seem to fall into place while you’re taking a walk or sitting on a beach? Many of us instinctively know, and can back up from experience, that being out in nature is good for our mental health. As awareness grows of the need for holistic health solutions, it seems that the medical and scientific establishments are also catching up with what we’ve known all of our lives: interaction with the natural world is good for you. →
Read more via Ecotherapy and Social Prescribing for Better Mental Health — Wake Up World
Jade Small, The Mind Unleashed
Some twenty years ago, photographer Aditya Singh resigned from his job in civil services in Delhi and moved to the city of Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan with his wife and artist Poonam so they could be closer to nature. It was there that they started a tourist resort to earn a living.
Over the years, the couple bought about 35 acres bordering the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve on one side. Farmers were selling their land because of predators, including tigers, in the area. →
Read more & video: “Photographer buys land and lets it grow wild, attracts tigers and other animals” (4:06) via — Waking Times