Nature • Earth • Animals

This page lists all articles published in Facts are Facts concerning the topic Nature • Earth • Animals.

George Washington Carver: The Man Who Loved Plants

...and cultivated a rich harvest to leave behind for humanity. Nicht online verfügbar   Ausgabe bestellen

Imagami: Blooms of Dreams for Human Souls

"Flowers are the beautiful hieroglyphics of nature, with which she indicates how much she loves us," Johann Wolfgang von Goethe once wrote. Experience pictures by a man who strives to depict the souls of flowers and trees for the good of our own. Read more...

The Bees Are Dying

Bees keep dying—wherever mobiles have become indispensible. And it’s not just the industrial countries; even developing countries are now affected. Read here about the most recent vital results that reveal how increasing electrosmog is threatening the survival of people, birds and bees and what we can do about it! Read more...

Electromagnetic Pollution: The Sparrow - No Longer In Fine Feather

Now birds, too, are no longer able to withstand cell phone radiation. Nicht online verfügbar   Ausgabe bestellen

Penguins: Discovering the Man Within the Bird

One of the sweetest beings on this planet is the tux-wearing, walking bird of the South Pole. Here follows some information about their lives and existence, which may surprise you. Read more...

Antenna Towers Make It a Dog's Life...

Animals don’t know anything about electromagnetic pollution. It just makes them sick. The effects of cellular and wireless phones on the health of dogs, cats, horses and cows. Read more...

Energy saving bulbs – no thank you!

“Don’t believe any statistics that you haven’t falsified yourself!” You don’t have to smuggle in false data these days to draw false conclusions – just don’t bother considering all the aspects. Official figures and arguments regarding energy saving light bulbs and the light bulb ban are no exception here. Read more...

Have You Kissed a Snail yet Today?

Yuck, you say. Well, you don't have to go straight to kissing snails. But how about showing them a little affection? Eike Braunroth is a man who has learned to make friends with what we disdainfully refer to as "creepy crawlies". It has turned his garden into a paradise! Read more...

The Message of Water

Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto has succeeded in making the quality of water visible: he freezes it and then photographs the water crystals. His discoveries should set us thinking: water reacts immediately and sensitively to every message that it receives-manifesting ugliness or heavenly beauty depending on what man impresses upon it. Nicht online verfügbar   Ausgabe bestellen