Viktor Schauberger

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Viktor Schauberger (30 June 1885 in Holzschlag, Upper Austria[1] – 25 September 1958 in Linz, Austria[1]) was an Austrian forest caretaker, naturalist, parascientist[2], philosopher, inventor and biomimicry experimenter.

Schauberger developed his own ideas based on what he observed in nature. In Implosion magazine, a magazine released by Schauberger's family, he said that aeronautical and marine engineers had incorrectly designed the propeller. He stated:

As best demonstrated by Nature in the case of the aerofoil maple-seed, today’s propeller is a pressure-screw and therefore a braking screw, whose purpose is to allow the heavy maple-seed to fall parachute-like slowly towards the ground and to be carried away sideways by the wind in the process. No bird has such a whirling thing on its head, nor a fish on its tail. Only man made use of this natural brake-screw for forward propulsion. As the propeller rotates, so does the resistance rise by the square of the rotational velocity. This is also a sign that this supposed propulsive device is unnaturally constructed and therefore out of place.[3]

Films[edit]

In 1930, "Tragendes Wasser" was filmed, showing the functioning of the log flumes.

Nature Was My Teacher, narrated by Tom Brown (1993, Borderland Science Research Foundation) ISBN 0-945685-94-7

Sacred Living Geometry: The Enlightened Environmental Theories of Viktor Schauberger, narrated by Callum Coats (1995, Talkstudio)

Extraordinary Nature of Water, narrated by Callum Coats (2000, Filmstream)

Viktor Schauberger: Comprehend and Copy Nature, directed by Franz Fitzke (2007, Schauberger Verlag) ISBN 978-3-902262-01-1

Books[edit]

Schauberger, Viktor: Unsere sinnlose Arbeit - Die Quelle der Weltkrise, Der Aufbau durch Atomverwandlung, nicht Atomzertrümmerung (1933, Krystall-Verlag GmbH, 2001, Jörg Schauberger, ISBN 978-3902262004) (Released in English as "Our Senseless Toil - The Cause of the World Crisis - Progress Through Transformation of the Atom - Not its destruction!")

Andersson, Olof: Living Water: Viktor Schauberger and the Secrets of Natural Energy (2002, Gateway Books, ISBN 9780717133901)

Schauberger, Viktor & Coats, Callum: Eco-Technology 1: The Water Wizard - The Extraordinary Properties of Natural Water (1998, Gateway Books, ISBN 9781858600482)

Schauberger, Viktor & Coats, Callum: Eco-Technology 2: Nature as Teacher - New Principles in the Working of Nature (1999, Gateway Books, ISBN 9781858600567)

Schauberger, Viktor & Coats, Callum: Eco-Technology 3: The Fertile Earth - Nature's Energies in Agriculture, Soil Fertilisation and Forestry (1999, Gateway Books, ISBN 9781858600604)

Schauberger, Viktor & Coats, Callum: Eco-Technology 4: Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature (2000, Gateway Books, ISBN 9781858600611)

Coats, Callum: Living Energies: An Exposition of Concepts Related to the Theories of Viktor Schauberger (1996, 2001, Gateway Books, ISBN 9780946551972, ISBN 9780717133079)

Cobbald, Jane: Viktor Schauberger: A Life of Learning from Nature (2006, Floris Books, ISBN 9780863155697)

Bartholomew, Alick: Hidden Nature: The Startling Insights of Viktor Schauberger (2004, Floris Books, ISBN 978-0863154324) [4]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Coats, Callum (April–May 1996). "Who was Viktor Schauberger?". No. 11. Nexus. Retrieved 18 September 2015.
  2. ^ Ronald Engert: Die Forellenturbine als Prinzip der kostenlosen Energiegewinnung. Freie Energie durch Implosion.
  3. ^ Viktor Schauberger, Implosion Magazine, No. 112, p. 52
  4. ^ Bartholomew, Alick (2004). Hidden Nature: The Startling Insights of Viktor Schauberger. Edinburgh, Scotland: Floris Books. ISBN 978-0863154324.

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