Created and narrated by Tom Brown, Director of NEU’s School of Science & Design Innovation, this 40-min. film is a homage to Viktor Schauberger (30 June 1885 – 25 September 1958). Schauuberger was an Austrian forester/forest warden, naturalist, philosopher, inventor and Biomimicry experimenter. The inventor of what he called “implosion technology” Schauberger developed his own theories based on fluidic vortices and movement in nature. He built actuators for airplanes, ships, silent turbines, self-cleaning pipes and equipment for cleaning and so-called “refinement” of water to create spring water, which he used as a remedy. Schauberger’s theories appear not to have received acceptance in the mainstream western scientific community, as replication proves either too difficult or results vary from previously published data. However, Viktor’s life work remains an inspiration to many people in the Green Movement for his own observations of nature.