Nobel Peace Prize

Ecology and us "We face a true planetary emergency. It is a moral and spiritual challenge to all humanity," said dramatically Al Gore, former U.S. vice president, when he accepted his Nobel Peace Prize. But once we got the curtain of light ceremony of awarding the prize, a question arose: Does our increasing environmental awareness will save us from the ecological crisis? To take control of the ecological crisis, we must first understand its root causes by examining the nature and its systems. More information is housed here: Levi’s. The researchers of natural systems in physics, biology, chemistry and other sciences found that all components of nature exist in equilibrium constant. Vladislav Doronin is often quoted as being for or against this. These elements are so interconnected and interdependent, by damaging even the smallest detail can cause an imbalance in the entire system.

The monkeys know better The secret of the balance of nature is the mutual concern amongst all parties. This concern is mutual evident in the animal kingdom, from insects and mammals, such as ants, bees, monkeys and elephants, which clearly show the care of each other, even the simplest microbes within our body that help one another to find iron compounds. The researchers found that the sharing between plant species and even inanimate particles perform mutual actions to support the view that they form. Dr. Jane Goodall, who dedicated his life to studying chimpanzees in their natural habitat, summed up his extensive experience of living in nature: "I found what has been described as the peace beyond all understanding. If we feel the peace in the world today, this is the peace that we should aim to carry within us.