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However, all is not lost, thanks to the intriguing work of the Austrian forester Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958). He had ample opportunity to study the workings of nature in unspoiled Alpine forests. Being an extremely intuitive man, very much in tune with the natural world, he soon developed ideas and theories regarding nature, and particularly water, that were in conflict with conventional scientific understanding. Early on, he discovered that there was an underlying principle governing all natural processes. He called this “implosion.”
Schauberger became a prolific writer and inventor. His inventions were linked to water supply, natural river regulation, agriculture, propulsion, and energy generation, and were all based on implosion. He’s very important to us in that he pointed out a new way of looking at nature and exciting new possibilities if nature’s true workings could be really understood and copied in a technological sense.
Implosion is a suctional process that causes matter to move inward, not outward, as in the case of explosion. This inward (centripetal) motion doesn’t, however, follow a straight (radial) path to the center, but a spiraling, whirling path. This is called a vortex and is the secret of nature. Bathwater, when emptied, flows through the plug hole in this spiraling vortex fashion. Water will always try to follow the path of least resistance. This is what the vortex is enabling it to do. It’s reducing resistance by curving inward more and more, thereby avoiding the confrontational resistance of straight motion.
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The vortex motion, which also causes a drop in temperature and increase in density, is paramount for water to stay healthy and disease free. Natural water courses are naturally spiraling and meandering, and the water in them forms whirls and eddies, which are vortices. In nature there are virtually no straight forms; and whenever possible, vortices, spirals, and curves are produced to reduce resistance. Yet in conventional technology, explosion, combustion, and straight motion are employed, all of which increase resistance and temperature and are fundamentally against nature. Realization of this caused Schauberger to proclaim emphatically: “Our technologists are moving matter incorrectly. Their technologies and interference with nature are detrimental to us and our planet.”