Viktor Schauberger – Comprehend and Copy Nature

The first movie about the work and legacy of Viktor Schauberger. A comprehensive study of historical facts, current research, and various practical applications for both technology and the natural world.

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The Austrian forester Viktor Schauberger (1885 – 1958) is today considered to be one of the pioneers of modern water research and holistic nature observation. Already during the first half of the 20th century, he warned insistently against the consequences of unrestricted exploitation of the environment. As an alternative, he propagated a radical rethinking of our attitudes towards nature, and the development of completely new methods of energy production that are in harmony with nature. He formulated his so-called “C & C” Principle: to Comprehend and Copy Nature!

The applications of his ideas and his inventions include devices for qualitative water refinement (the creation of “living water”), spiral water pipes that reduce friction, river regulation in accordance with natural water flow, and the generation of energy from air and water using nature’s own principles of motion based on suction and inward spiral movement — the “Implosion” Principle.

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