By Raphael Treza | Nov 8, 2018
An adventure in Borneo with a tribe of blowpipe hunters, the Penan.
By Dansk Yacht Import | October 15, 2020
The Dalsland canal consists of a string of large and small lakes, coves, fjords and bi-links that are bound together by about 12 km of dug / exploded canal. The total length of the lake system is about 250 km and extends from the western side of Lake Vänern, passing up through the Dalsland landscape, further into the Värmland landscape, up to the Norwegian border and into Norway. In the lake system there are 31 locks distributed at 17 lock stations. The fall height is a total of 66 meters. The canal is considered one of the most beautiful waterways in Europe!
Read more & video(1:13:55): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwpShoDmwtA
The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual meeting at the end of January in Davos, Switzerland, brings together international business and political leaders, economists and other high-profile individuals to discuss global issues.
Driven by the vision of its influential CEO Klaus Schwab, the WEF is the main driving force for the dystopian ‘great reset’, a tectonic shift that intends to change how we live, work and interact with each other.
Read more & video(1:29): “WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM: “You’ll own nothing. And you’ll be happy.”: “Own Nothing And Be Happy” – The World Economic Forum’s Vision Of Your Future — Waking Times
Our body is bombarded with toxins relentlessly both externally and internally. The more toxic we are, the more weakened our immune system becomes. So detoxification is vital!
But a natural body detox doesn’t have to be complicated. Did you know that you can help your body detoxify on a daily basis in simple ways?
If you want to discover 31 easy-to-do actions that will help you detox and guide you towards a healthier lifestyle, then you should watch the video below.
Read more & video(7:32): “31 Ways to Naturally Detox (Part 1) | The Truth About Cancer Present Health Nuggets”: 31 Simple Ways to Detoxify Every Day — Wake Up World
Languishing in the soft, silty mud, the living fossil looked as if it didn’t have a care in the world as it feasted on the fish left stranded in the tidal mangrove pools of the Sungei Buloh wetlands. However, the saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) might have been a little less at ease if it knew nearly 90% of its mangrove habitat in Singapore has been lost over the past century.
How great it is to be able to write and tell good and happy news. For those whose families have been apart it seems that travel to and from certain countries, under careful conditions, may soon be possible.
I am attaching this video, as it shows some of the most staggeringly wonderful photographs I ever seen of the natural world. →
Read more,video and photographs via Happy Days — Crop Circle Photographs and Tours ~ Lucy Pringle
(Prepare For Change) Was man given Free Will when he took his place on the surface of our home planet Earth? Teachings and educational accounts say “Yes” and this Prime Directive comes into play everyday in the decisions of our Society’s Co-Creative Consciousness. However, many questions arise as to the veracity of this claim. For example: Does our Earth surface Humanity allow unfettered good to happen to its inhabitants naturally? Or are our lives controlled and subjugated by fear? Do we manifest our Creator’s intended spirituality and evolution? Or, are our Birth Rights under heavy attack in attempts to control us by Dark Forces? Does all of Humanity approve of the wars we’re involved in? Or do Humanity’s wars benefit the few self-appointed “elites?” Are our elections run freely and do the masses votes count? Or, are we under the illusion of Democracy where voting is second to actual vote counting. Who then, do our politicians and government serve if not the people? →
A new report released Tuesday draws attention to the worldwide decline in insects and calls for global policies to boost the conservation of both agriculture and the six-footed creatures.
The publication, entitled Insect Atlas, comes from two progressive networks: Brussels-based Friends of the Earth and Berlin-based Heinrich Böll Foundation. →
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: →