Interconnections of Nature Videos

The connections between animals, humans, and nature continue to be explored by science. Here are videos on the interconnections of nature, from the micro (fungi), meso (trees), macro (global human consciousness), and possible planetary (world consciousness) levels.

 Paul Stamets on 6 ways mushrooms can save the world

Multi-dimensional transfer of nutrients by plants, “Mycelium is Earth’s natural internet”, and more.

Mother Trees Connect the Forest- Prof. Suzanne Simard

Don’t trees only talk to each other in the movies? Professor Suzanne Simard shares her latest research regarding forest ecosystems here. Amazingly, we find that in a forest, 1+1 equals more than 2, as all trees are interco nnected with the largest, oldest, “mother trees” serving as hubs. The underground exchange of nutrients increases the survival of younger trees linked into the network of old trees in this fascinating, real-life model of forest resilience and regeneration. (Description from KarmaTube.)

 

 

Interconnected Mind and the Global Consciousness Project   Roger Nelson

Over 12 years of research the behavior of a world-wide network of random sources instruments is correlated with interconnected human consciousness on a global scale.

 

The Sacred Balance – Gaia Hypothesis  James Lovelock

David Suzuki talks with James Lovelock about the origins of his “Gaia” hypothesis.  First formulated by Lovelock during the 1960s the Gaia hypothesis proposes that living and non-living parts of the Earth form a complex interacting system that can be thought of as a single organism.

 

 

 

 

 

About the Author

Retired from an environmental protection career in California, and letting her forested land in the Southeast heal itself, Dana is traveling in an RV with her husband throughout North America. As a Druid, she enjoys building connections - keeping seasonal festivals (the Wheel of the Year), honoring places and spirits, connecting with plants (using the Ogham), and visiting with other Druids.

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