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What if the unprecedented period of confinement that we have just experienced on a planetary scale had its share of positive contributions to our lives? This context spontaneously freed ideas and widened reflections while we were physically restricted to a limited imposed space; we have relearned to take the time, to come back to a more just measure of things perhaps.

Our beautiful surrounding nature that we have ignored, and which taking advantage of our absence to continue growing, is it welcoming for us?
Don’t you find at the bend of a path a tilted tree, maybe two or three almost aligned, seeming to suffer from the same illness or wanting to avoid something? Otherwise it will be a huge protuberance on a trunk like a gaping wound? The green expanse, this meadow so peaceful, why does it have horseshoe shapes of darker grass in places? Some questions… that we can ask ourselves.

Does nature have some surprises in store for us?

Are there any disturbed places? If natural tenants, trees or meadows are affected, for us as humans, what about? Is it our health?

Nature and Us

Geobiologist, retired business manager devoting his great energy to sharing and transmitting precious knowledge on the exchanges that occur between living elements and our environment, launched the initiative of a study to observe the energy impacts of these interactions.

Geobiologist, geobiology, what about? The word « geobiology » results from the association of three Greek words: Geo = Earth – bios = life – logos = science or study, knowledge. In the Larousse du XXème siècle, edition of 1930, geobiology is defined as « Science which studies the relations of the cosmic and geological evolution of the planet with the conditions of origin, of physico-chemical composition and of evolution of the planet, matter and living organisms”.