Here are 2 videos about the Amazon and apparent efforts to destroy and protect it. I say apparent since reality is often not as clean cut as the videos project. In both cases the videos involve people who are somehow related, in the first case I know well a person who works at the Repsol […]
I have just recently returned from missions this summer in Peru. I will be able to post until the rest of this month, until the next mission in Brazil in August. There were 2 missions this summer: 1. CU Boulder Environmental Solidarity Trip. This trip consisted of 18 students from CU Boulder who worked in […]
Here’s some more animal curiosity, which unfortunately ended in some tragedy. Last week at CU Boulder, my Alma Mater where I got my Master’s of Science degree, students found a bear resting in a tree outside their dorm. Eventually the bear was tranquilized and fell on a safety mat. The picture by a student became […]
I recently posted on an extreme case of biocentric belief, where a Swiss woman tried to live off sunlight alone and tragically died. Here is a more comical approach, bottom up rather than top down, of animals following the Inception theme, giving some pretty creepy stares. For a more detailed development:
We all have probably heard at some point or another of dolphins helping human beings, rescuing them from dangerous situations, etc. There are some links to these stories here and here. But to those who think human beings are a cancer on this earth, a problem best dealt with extermination, there has been a beautiful […]
Ricardo Simmonds, the director of Creatio, was interviewed this summer for EWTN Catholic television network on Catholic faith and environment. Now the second interview is on you tube as well and you can watch it below. This time the theme is more spiritual, and speaks of the experience of finding God in nature (in Spanish). Enjoy.
This was produced by some friends in Peru. Enjoy. [youtube=http://youtu.be/bhwLfBV1Gqk]